Commentary on the mile-and-a-quarter flat race by Raymond Glendenning, with Wilfrid Taylor as race-reader at the grandstand, and J. Lawson Topham at a point down the course. From the July Course, Newmarket
Message from the people of the greatest city in the United States to the people of the capital city of Britain, arranged and produced by Olive Shapley. Broadcast to this country from the New York offices of the BBC
Weekly news-reel for Canadian Forces in Britain and for all friends of the senior Dominion. The Royal Canadian Air Force, in action, presented by Jack Peach; Canada's Army and Navy at work in Britain; the weekly 'calendar' of life in Canada; Gerry Wilmot in English, and Eddy Baudry in French, present the weekly news bulletin. Produced by H. Rooney Pelletier, and presented in co-operation with the London office of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Magazine programme to, for, and about the Royal Navy, devised, presented, and produced by Peter Cres well. Anne Lenner with songs for sailors-Band of H.M.S. ' Incredible' -Interlude by Richard Fisher-The Briny Trust answers back-' Make and Mend' Male Chorus. Music editor, Harry Bidgood. General editor, David Yates Mason
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