The following miscellaneous items are available for loan through the Foundation Library in the USA:
CENTENNIAL AUDIO TAPES.
These are tapes made of the presentations and panel discussions conducted during the Nevil Shute Centennial held in Albuquerque, NM, in january 1999.
SET SQUARE AUDIO TAPE
This is a tape of a BBC radio program on the life and work of Nevil Shute.
This is the story of the aircraft company that Nevil Shute started in England during the depression, and that grew to be a major producer of RAF aircraft during W. W. II.
FLIGHT OF FANCY
This is James Riddell's account of Nevil Shute's trip from England to Australia and back in Item Willie, Nevil's Percival Proctor. James Riddell, who is a well known author in his on right, accompanied Nevil Shute on the trip. The book closely parallels Nevil's 'Flight Log', but it does so with considerably more philosophy, humor, and a few well chosen photographs.
THE SECRET WAR
This book is about the Department of Miscellaneous Weapons Development, in which then Commander Nevil Shute Norway served during W. W. II. It is illustrated with photographs of many of the gadgetry they developed, and has numerous references to Nevil Shute and to his contributions.
THE MILLIONTH CHANCE
This book details the design, construction and ultimate disastrous end of the R-101, built by the British government in competition with the R-100, the airship that Barnes Wallace, Nevil Shute, and their team designed, built, and successfully flew.
THE AIRMEN WHO WOULD NOT DIE
This is a rather interesting foray into reported paranormal experiences surrounding the crash of R-101, the deaths of the crew, and the deaths of other airmen of that period involved in fatal crashes. There are numerous references to the R-101 controversy and several references to Nevil Shute and other luminaries of the period.