Maurice Edelman MP: 1946 and 1947 tours to France, lecturing on the British Parliamentary system.
T S Eliot: 1947 tour to Italy, lecturing on poetry in the theatre and the influence of Poe on European literature.
Professor Ifor Evans: proposed 1946 tour to Hungary.
Sir Alexander Fleming: 1947 tour to Austria and proposed tour to Spain, lecturing on penicillin.
Colonel Peter Fleming: 1947 tour to Sweden, lecturing on British exploration in central Asia.
Sir Howard Florey: 1946 tour to Latin America, lecturing on penicillin.
E M Forster and Herman Ould: 1945 tour to India, attending the Jaipur All-India Writers' Conference and lecturing on various subjects.
Professor H Munro Fox: 1947 tour to Belgium, lecturing on invertebrate biology.
Chrisitina Foyle: 1948 tour to Sweden, lecturing on British literature and the book trade.
Hugh Gaitskell MP: 1946 tour to Denmark, lecturing on the post-war British economy.
Sir Harold Gillies: 1948 tour to Yugoslavia, lecturing on plastic surgery.
Dr Scott Goddard: 1947 tour to Finland, lecturing on developments in British music; visit to Sibelius.
Sir Gordon Gordon-Taylor: 1948 tour to Greece, lecturing on recent advances in British surgery.
Lynda Grier and Dr Mary Clarke: 1947 tour to China and Hong Kong, lecturing on education.
Professor E A Guggenheim: 1947/8 tour to Belgium, lecturing on thermodynamics.
Dr Alfred Guillaume: 1948/9 tour to Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, lecturing on Arabic poetry, Arabian studies in the UK and making Arab thought known to the West.
Professor Earl J King: 1948 tour to Norway, lecturing on liver function and physiology.
Lord Hailey: 1945 tour to Portugal, lecturing on colonial administration; 1948 tour to Norway, lecturing on colonial development.
Caroline Haslett: 1945 tour to Finland and Sweden, lecturing and broadcasting on the mobilisation of women in wartime.
Professor G D Henderson: proposed 1946 tour to Czechoslovakia.
Robert Hening: 1948 tour to Yugoslavia to accompany the 'Replanning Britain' touring exhibition.
Basil Henriques: 1948 tours to Australia, New Zealand and Sweden lecturing on the treatment of juvenile delinquency.
Mrs Basil Henriques: 1948 tour to Australia and New Zealand, lecturing on the treatment of juvenile delinquency.
Georgie Henschel: 1946 tour to Sweden, 1947 tour to Finland, lecturing on English theatre and performance.
Sir Alan Herbert MP: 1945 tour to Denmark, lecturing on parliamentary democracy.
Professor H P Himsworth: 1948 tour to France, lecturing on diseases of the liver.
Professor F Holdsworth: 1947 tour to France, attending the Royaumont education conference.
Professor W G Holdsworth: 1948 tour to Italy, lecturing on architecture and town planning.
Christopher Hollis MP: 1948 tour to Denmark and Finland, lecturing on G K Chesterton, and the Western Tradition.
Dr Barbara Holmes: 1948 tour to Hungary, lecturing on biological research.
C J Hope-Johnstone: proposed 1948 tour to the Middle and Far East.
Greville Howard: 1948 tour to Finland, lecturing on local government.
G Wren Howard: 1946 tour of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, lecturing on the British book trade and book design.
Martita Hunt: 1948 tour to France, performing readings from Shakespeare and English lyric poetry.
Dr Julian Huxley: 1945 tour of France and Switzerland, lecturing on ethics and evolution.
Harry Hynd MP: 1948 tour to France, lecturing on French art and on education in industrial Britain.
Robin Ironside: 1946 and 1947 tour to France, lecturing on British art and on the paintings of William Blake.
Dr Alan Ivimey: 1946 tour to Sweden and Denmark, 1947 tour to Norway and 1948 tour to Denmark, lecturing on London past and present and English society.