After Fred and Arthur Godfrey poke fun with each other, the news of the week features a restriction on telegrams. A city ordinance on dogs, and some wartime humor gets mixed in as well. Falstaff Openshore visits with his weekly poetic contribution. Mothers Day Won’t be the same.
Al Goodman’s band transition with, A Grand Old Flag. Portland Hoffa joins Fred to lead in a cheer, as she’s in a football spirit. Gracie Fields, International comedienne and singer, joins Fred to tell about her stay in New York, and her shows for the troops. The Brittish entertainer has fun with American slang. Gracie sings, I Never Cried So Much in All My Life.
A radio variety show is presented in the style that it might be done, if the BBC were producing it. In the quiz show competition, Gracie has to answer Fred’s questions. There’s even a Brittish styled commercial jingle, and a spin on the radio program, Gangbusters. .