Twenty-six films produced by the National Broadcasting Company of America and the United States Navy, with the assistance of the Admiralty and using film obtained from both allied and enemy sources.
The opening episode in this story of naval conflict in World War II covers the anti-U Boat campaign from 1939-41.
Musical score by Richard Rodgers played by the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robert Russell Bennett.
The film introduced by Michael Lewis, Professor of History at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
(Previously televised on October 27)
Film introduced by:
(Previously televised on Monday and Tuesday)
Adapted from Hans Andersen by Barbara Euphan Todd.
The action of the play takes place In a far-off country, long, long ago.
Second performance next Sunday
Songs set by:
The Goose Girl:
Personalities who make the news face questions from the men who write the news.
An extravagant light comedy by Gwenyth Jones.
[Starring] Cecil Trouncer
The action of the play happens to take place one morning In the Mayor's house in a small Polish town about sixty years ago.
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Stanislaus Tokolyi, the Mayor:
Anna Zagyva, his housekeeper:
Zuczka Szabadka, a newly-wed:
Alexander Szabadka, her husband:
Madam Sloboda, a landlady:
Miss Svidnik, the dressmaker:
Mr. Poprad, the grocer:
Mr. Somogy, the clockmaker:
Madam Baranya, a newcomer:
A fortnightly review of films.
Introduced by John Fitzgerald.
The programme includes scenes from:
'Because you're Mine' (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer); 'The Lawless Breed' (Universal-International); 'Bloodhounds of Broadway' (Twentieth Century-Fox); 'The Narrow Margin' (R.K.O. Radio); 'The Road to Bali' (Paramount) with specially filmed interviews with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope.
Television Newsreel's review of the past year.
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Richard Dimbleby introduces A New Year's Eve Party at St. Thomas' Hospital, London, where Donald Peers, Janet Brown, and others entertain the doctors and nurses.
(Donald Peers is appearing at the Chelsea Palace, London)
followed at 11.40 by
A Watch-Night Service
from Wellington Church, Glasgow.
Conducted by the Minister, the Rev. E. D. Jarvis
Call to worship
O God, our help in ages past (C.H. 601; S.P. 598: Tune. St. Anne)
Scripture Lesson: Isaiah 55, vv. 6-13, and 40. w. 25-31
Metrical Psalm 23: The Lord's my shepherd
Presenter (A New Year's Eve Party):
Singer (A New Year's Eve Party):
Comedienne (A New Year's Eve Party):
Programme presented for television by (A New Year's Eve Party):
Conductor (A Watch-Night Service):
The Rev. E. D.
Organist (A Watch-Night Service):