The fighting spirit of. the United Nations. Dramatic presentation of the free peoples of the world at war. 'The Rebirth of the " Minerve"' : a Fighting French submarine, condemned to be broken up, is put into commission again and starts a new career in the war against German shipping. Written by David Yates -Mason. Arranged and produced by Brigid Maas
(British Branch). Second 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 misguidance of 'Professor' Joe Linnane , and the meeting is sponsored by Jimmy Dyrenforth
The Gramophone Department enter- tains with ' Near Misses' compiled by Roy Plornley ; 'French Cabaret' by Lilian Duff ; The Red Army Sings \ written by Denis Preston. Programme introduced by Robert Shafto , and produced by Frederick Piffard
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