(Army edition). A Home Forces entertainment for aU in khaki and ' two shades of blue' serving in the Medi- i terranean Area. The Concert Orchestra of the Royal Army Medical Corps, ' under the direction of Bandmaster H.Johnson. Service artists and guest stars. including Will Hay who returns to conduct the ' Double or Quits ' quiz. Programme introduced by Corporal Sally Rogers, A.T.S., and produced by David Manderson.
The Male Voice Choir of the R.A.F. Station. Takoradi, by permission of the Air Officer Commanding, West Africa. Programme recorded In West Africa by the R.A.F. Recording Unit followed at 9.58 by News Headlines
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