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- page 70 - The Romance of the "Old Vic" by Lilian Baylis
- page 71 - Do We Inherit Our Habits? by Prof. E. W. MacBride, F.R.S., LL.D., D.Sc.
- page 84 - Why Do We? by Arthur Burrows
- page 84 - The Chief Engineer by 'One who knows him'
- page 105 - Broadcasting Symphonies by Percy Scholes
- page 105 - Insects and the World's Cotton by Harold Maxwell-Lefroy
- page 119 - My Assault on Mount Everest by Charles Granville Bruce
- page 139 - The World's Most Primitive People by Frank Finn
- page 141 - A Stroll that Led to Fame (Anon)
- page 309 - Should Parliament be Broadcast? by The Pressman
- page 331 - Burma: The Land of Thrills by William Henry Jackson
- page 348 & 359 - A Plea for World Peace by Thomas Henry Hall Caine
- page 348 - Cardiff Calling! by Arthur Corbett-Smith
- page 370 - My Microphonic Debut by John Henry
- page 373 - Comets and Their Story by Andrew Claude de la Cherois Crommelin
- page 410 - Broadcasting the "Old Vic" (Anon)
- pages 411, 439 - Why Does a Cat Purr? by E.K. Robinson
- pages 429 - How Plays Will be Broadcast by Nigel Playfair
- Issue 13 was the first 'Christmas Number'
- page 451 - Modern Witchcraft by Lord Riddell
- page 464 - My Ideal Wireless Set by Ashley Sterne
- page 467 - Christmas is Coming! by John Henry
- page 476 - Wireless In Every Home by Rt. Hon. Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Bart., M.P.
- page 43 - "Why Opera Should be Broadcast" by Percy Pitt
- page 60 - "Animals in Disguise" by E.K. Robinson
- page 121 - "Looking Back—In 1965!" by Anon.