Romance by John Stewart. Produced by Martyn C. Webster. (BBC recording)
The Young Man:
The Young Girl:
Twenty-four camera-men of the Army Film and Photographic Unit were in the forefront of the Eighth Army's advance, recording its 1,600-mile pursuit of Rommel. Behind the film, Desert Victory, lie many stories that the camera could not record - stories of what happened to the camera-men, now to be told in this radio reconstruction.
(British Branch). First of twelve weekly programmes taken from a series that has long been a popular feature of broadcasting in America.
( Artists include Helen Clare ,
Ike Hatch , and Lew (' Styx ') Freeman. Phil Green and his Basin Street Band, and his Rhythm on Reeds Orchestra. The discussions are under the mis-guidance of ' Professor' Joe Linnane , and the meeting is sponsored by Jimmy Dyrenforth
' Hurrah for Hollywood' : new mammoth million-dollar epic from the Drearitone Studios entitled
' Punch-Sluggers '. Radio burlesque written by Roy Plomley , and produced by Frederick Piffard. Those taking part are
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