NBBS tells its listeners: "Do not be deceived by the present period of relative calm. The attack is not abandoned, it is only postponed."
Within a few hours of operation Abwurf Action and before it had been mentioned in the media NBSS reports that parachutists "in civilian clothes or British uniform" had landed near Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester.
The Times reports a Ministry of information communiqué/ describing it as a "propaganda move" and that it had already been mentioned on German wireless.
NBSS claims that the previous day's British scepticism suited Germany's purposes. The parachutists were being sheltered by Fifth Columnists. They also had with them detailed pictures of the Manchester Ship Canal, the Birmingham waterworks and others. These photos seem to have been taken from English illustrated papers before the war.
They stress the accuracy of the maps, plans and lists of names they have brought with them. They claim three policemen have been shot dead in the search for them and cypher messages are being broadcast on the main German transmissions from Hamburg and elsewhere conveying instructions to the parachutists and their collaborators. Britain's "defences are being undermined from within".
NBBS says London will be destroyed by "aerial torpedo carrying many tons of high explosive and guided by radio". Also talks about high speed landing craft powered by aircraft engines.
NBBS says sustained Luftwaffe bombing of railway infrastructure in "the London - Ramsgate - Folkstone area" is confirmation this is the area of the main German invasion objective.