Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
by Gershom Parkington
Recent recordings of popular hits
(News and announcements in Welsh)
A talk to foster-parents by a woman doctor
from page 61 of ' New Every Morning'
Directed by Jack Hardy
11.0 Music and Movement for Infants (Ages 5-7)
11.25 Senior English (Ages 13-15):
' Rhyme and Reason': more poems about people
L. A. G. Strong
Conductor, Ian Whyte
by Eric Greene (tenor)
2.0 Travel Talks (Ages 9-11)
Peoples of the Empire: The French-Canadian'
2.20 Topical Talks and Feature Programmes (Ages 11-15)
' Getting your Timber in Wartime '
2.45 Junior English (Ages 9-11)
Games with Words
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Overture, The Dragoons of Villars Maillart Scene and dance of the two pigeons I (The Two Pigeons).....Messager Theme and Variations )
Canzonetta (Concerto romantjque) Godard, arr. Hubans Pot-Pourri, Waldteufeleien arr. Kling
Talks for Sixth Forms (Ages 16 and over)
' Clear Thinking in Time of War '
R. W. Jepson
A Melodic Miscellany
Presented by Roy Speer with Adelaide Hall accompanied by Fela Sowande at the organ
The Cavendish Three and the Dance Orchestra conducted by Billy Ternent
Occasional interruptions by Dick Bentley
Out with Romany
Adventures among birds and animals
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
A. G. Street
A. G. Street , farmer, writer, West-Countryman, and broadcaster, describes how the Western countryside has been affected during the first few weeks of the war.
An international exchange of music and songs with Betty Huntley-Wright , C. Denier Warren , Wynne Ajello , Sidney Burchall
The BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
Presented by C. F. Meehan
(String Quartet in F, Op. 96)
1 Allegro ma non troppo. 2 Lento. 3 Molto vivace. 4 Finale: Vivace ma non troppo played by the Stratton String Quartet-George Stratton (violin) ;
Carl Taylor (violin) ; Watson Forbes (viola) ; John Moore (violoncello)
The radiobiography of GEORGE GRAVES
The life story of one of the leading comedians of the English musical-comedy stage with George Graves in person and John Watt as compere
The BBC Revue Chorus and the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Script by Leslie Baily and Howard Thomas. Production by Ronald Waldman
In this, the tenth ' Star-Gazing ' programme, listeners are to have a telcscopic view, with voice and music, of the long, varied, and amazingly successful career of a great English comedian. George Graves made his first big hit as General Marchmont in The School Girl in 1903. But it was as Baron Poport in The Merry Widow that he became known for all time. The ridiculous appearance he assumed, with that bibulous bulbous nose, his ridiculous voice and quips, always brought down the house with laughter.
Listeners are to hear George Graves in excerpts from songs he sang in The Geisha, l'éronique, The Little Michus , The Merry Widow, The Belle of Brittany, Watch Your Step, The Blue Mazurka, Me and My Girl, and many pantomimes. From The Geisha, which he played in in Russia, to Me and My Girl, still running—who has trodden a longer path more successfully in the history of the theatre ?
In Praise of Chivalry-in Praise of the Countryside-in Praise of Liberty
Arranged and produced by Laurence Gilliam from the works of William Shakespeare , John Milton , William Cobbett , John Masefield ,
G. K. Chesterton , and others
A dashing revue with Kenway and Young, Stainless Stephen , Compton Evans and Ray Monelle , Eileen Vaughan , the Revue Chorus, and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Harold Williams (baritone)
from the Cafe Anglais, London