A night impression of the Royal Air
Force Aerodrome at Aldergrove in County Antrim
Tonight's programme is one of the most ambitious outside broadcasts undertaken in Northern Ireland; The two principal commentators who will describe the work of the station will be Squadron-Leader H. J. SAKER and Squadron-Leader R. L. RAGG , A.F.C. The title is taken from the Royal Air Force motto. In the event of the weather being unsuitable for night flying, the programme will be postponed. An announcement will be made in the Regional News at 7.20 p.m.
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