Geoffrey Edwards: 1949 tour to Yugoslavia to liaise with medical authorities on the use and supply of microfilm in medicine.
Sir Alfred Egerton: 1949 tour to Finland, lecturing on chemical engineering.
T S Eliot: 1949 tour to Germany, lecturing on the aims of poetic drama; planned tour to Austria.
Professor Una Ellis-Fermor: 1949 tour to Germany, lecturing on Elizabethan drama.
H L Elvin: 1949 tour to Norway, lecturing on Shakespeare in England and on planning and freedom in contemporary Britain.
Reverend W L S Fleming: planned 1949 tour to Canada.
Sir Howard W Florey: 1949 tour to Greece, lecturing on antibiotics.
Professor H J Fleure: 1949 tour to Austria, lecturing on geography.
H Munro Fox: planned tour to Poland.
Munro Fraser: 1949 tour to Belgium, lecturing on industrial psychology.
John Garrett: planned 1948 tour and 1949 tour to Portugal, lecturing on British education systems, contemporary drama and Shakespeare.
Ayrton Gould MP: 1949 tour to Italy, lecturing on social services in Britain.
Cecil Gould: 1949 tour to Holland, lecturing on British architecture and on research into the painting of da Vinci and Correggio.
Milner Gray: 1949 tour to Australia and New Zealand, lecturing on industrial design.
Graham Greene: planned 1949 tour to Portugal.
Geoffrey Grigson: 1949 tour to Belgium and Holland, lecturing on Henry Moore.
Professor Alexander Haddow: 1949 tour to Italy lecturing on cancer research.
Professor Vincent Harlow: 1949 tour to Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago, lecturing on British colonial history.
Jacquetta Hawkes: 1949 tour to Portugal, lecturing on visual aids in education and prehistoric links between Britain and Portugal.
C J Hay Shaw: 1948-1949 appointment as lecturer in fine arts at Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Robert Helpmann: proposed 1949 tour to Czechoslovakia.
Georgie Henschel: 1950 tour to Switzerland lecturing on the BBC, women in contemporary English life and the country way of life.
Sir Alan Herbert MP: 1949 tours to Luxembourg, Denmark and Holland, lecturing on British humour and the British parliament.
G V B Herford: 1949 tour to Egypt, lecturing on food storage and pest infestation control (report includes photographs of Egyptian grain storage facilities and infestation problems).
Dr. L C Hill: 1949 tour to the Gambia, the Gold Coast and Nigeria, lecturing on local government.
H V Hodson: 1949 tour to Norway, lecturing on the British Commonwealth.
E J Holt: 1949 tour Egypt, Iraq, the Lebanon and Turkey, lecturing on sport in Britain and the 1948 London Olympics.
Philip Hope-Wallace: 1949 tour to Sweden, lecturing on British theatre.
Gerard Hopkins: 1949 tour to France, lecturing on contemporary English and French literature.
Professor C K Ingold: 1949 tour to Italy, lecturing on chemistry.
Professor T E Jessop: 1949 tour to Greece, lecturing on Platonism in English philosophy and literature.
T Mervyn Jones: proposed 1950 tours to Italy and Greece.
Maisie P Jukes: proposed 1949 tour to Czechoslovakia.
Professor Alexander Kennedy: 1949 tour to Australia, lecturing on psychological medicine.
Professor T Pomfret Kilner: 1949 tour to Turkey, lecturing on plastic surgery.