with Harry Corbett.
(From the National Radio Show)
The Pelicans and the Pirates: 4: The Pirate Ship
Written and produced by Desmond O'Donovan.
Writer/Producer (The Pelicans and the Pirates):
"Pillage and Plunder" and "Caribbean Moon" composed by (The Pelicans and the Pirates):
Designer (The Pelicans and the Pirates):
James de la
Airborne with the Royal Air Force
The first of several visits to R.A.F. Station, Watton, where live outside broadcast cameras for the first time join the crew of a Varsity aircraft from take-off to touch-down during a routine R.A.F. training flight.
(With the co-operation of the Air Ministry and the Royal Air Force Station, Watton)
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Youth shows its skill.
Young people taking part are from:
Boy Scouts Association Girl Guides Association, National Association of Boys' Clubs, Girls Training Corps Dockland Settlement, Boys' Brigade, Sea Cadet Corps,
Army Cadet Force Association, Air Training Corps, Pony Club (Woodland Branch)
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