Filmed at HMV studios, London.
Titles read: "VOICE GRAFTING - the latest miracle of 'sound' science ('Pagliacci' excerpt reproduced by courtesy of Ascherburg, Hopwood and Crew).
M/S of man standing next to gramophone player. He says the most wonderful voice the world has ever known...
Miss E. W. Cain wins the Post Office's Golden Voice competition and becomes the voice of the first talking clock.
The Glasgow Philharmonic Male Voice Choir sing 'Loch Lomond'.
The Kettering Madrigal Male Voice Choir sing 'The Sailor's Chorus' in the studio.
Great footage of Tylorstown Male Voice Choir singing 'Men of Harlech' in their home town.
Short song called "Heav'n" performed in the Pathe studio - shots of the sky illustrate the song.
RSM Brittain, loudest voice in the army, receives award for long service and good conduct.
Gillian Webb mimes to three different voices and we are asked to guess which one is hers.
America prepares for its first radio broadcast to Russia.