Announcer, Ken Carpenter introduces Francis Langford, who then sings, More Than You Know.
The show is for the benefit of convelescing troops, and those in training to go overseas to release prisoners of war, and bring them home. Ken, Francis, and Spike talk about the new miracle technologies, especially television. A technology that has taken the past 20 years to perfect. Spike Jones and the City Sllickers perform, No No Nora.
After Ken Carpenter delivers the commercial for the sponsor, Chase and Sandbourne, the show continues. Tony Romano along with Francis and Spike sing a medley of Frank Newman tunes including: Happy When I’m With You, Great Day, and . Time on My Hands.
NBC News breaks in with news from Japan, a report made by Guthrie Jensen, and broadcast from a bomber after completing it’s mission. We then return to a radio play, already in progress where Ken, Francis, and Spike are doing a Hillbilly act. Spike Jones, with vocalist Carl Grayson perform, Laura. Ken and Francis tease Spike about his style of music before Ken has another commercial ready.
Francis dedicates this to the soldiers who will be soon returning home, and as a farewell of her leaving the show at the end of the Summer season. She sings, I’ll Be Seeing You. .