Sir Patrick Abercrombie: 1948 tour to Australia, lecturing on town planning.
Lady Allen of Hurtwood: 1946 tour to Norway lecturing on nursery schools in England during the Second World War.
Sir Edward Appleton: 1946 tour to Belgium and the Netherlands, lecturing on government and science, radio in Britain during the Second World War and the development of radar.
Professor William C Atkinson: 1946 tour to Mexico, lecturing on English social history, universities in the post-war world and on the social functions of literature.
Lady Baden-Powell: 1946 tour to the West Indies, lecturing on the scouts and guides movement and attending various scout and guide rallies.
Professor Sir Ernest Barker: 1947 tour to Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, lecturing on the character of England, 16th century education and Greece in English life.
Phyllis Bedells: 1948 tour to Belgium, lecturing on English ballet in the 20th century.
Montgomery Belgion: 1946 tour to France, lecturing on reconstruction in post-war Britain; 1947 tour to Belgium, lecturing on the English novel.
Sir William Beveridge: 1946 tour to Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland, lecturing on employment and social planning.
Robert Birley: 1946 tour to Czechoslovakia, lecturing on education in Britain, and Grey's Elegy.
Professor P M S Blackett: 1948 tour to Italy, lecturing on cosmic ray and fundamental particle research.
Elizabeth Bowen: 1948 tour to Hungary, Austria and Czechoslovakia, lecturing on the English novel and on James Joyce.
Professor Cecil Bowra: 1946 tour to Greece, lecturing on English literature and poetry.
Dr G L Brown: 1947 tour to Brazil and 1948 tour to Sweden, lecturing on neuro-muscular transmission.
Arthur Bryant: proposed 1946 tour to Spain.
Sir Alan Bullock: 1947 tour to the Netherlands, lecturing on English history, the BBC, British universities and the great English novelists; 1948 tour to Czechoslovakia lecturing on British social and economic history.