An early-morning miscellany of gramophone records
Led by Laurence Turner
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
(Summary of official announcements in Welsh)
Talks by experts to help the housewife
' Enemies in the Clothes Cupboard'
Conducted by Ian Whyte
by Esther Coleman (contralto)
A. P. Thompson
A. P. Thompson is well known as a broadcaster on small-holding problems, and today he will come to the microphone with practical advice to that ' farmer of the town', the backyard produce-grower and poultry-keeper. He is editor of The Feathered World and an expert on the problems, aims, and difficulties of the small poultry-keeper.
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Foden's Motor Works Band
Conducted by F. Mortimer
Foden's Motor Works BandConducted by F. Mortimer
A short story written for broadcasting by T. Thompson and read by the author
' Children in Billets'
A. L. Lloyd and Stephen Potter
In this programme, largely recorded, will be heard for the first time the voices of the town children speaking from their new homes in the country Their new homes may seem to them unexpectedly large or curiously small: but all are agreed that the playground is the biggest they have ever seen.
with Jack Hulbert
The Two Leslies and the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Where are the Giants ?
' British Sportsmen Join Up'
Captain W. R. G. Smith
How can the sportsman help in the war? It has been quickly realised that co-operation between various branches of sport and the Army is extremely desirable, and that in physical training in particular the sportsman can give enormous help to the soldier. The organisation behind the idea is proceeding apace, and all over the country prominent cricketers, boxers, golfers, footballers, tennis-players, and others are playing their part in National Service.
Captain W. R. G. Smith is a well-known journalist, and has given a great many broadcasts on sporting topics. He has always been closely interested in sport, and he is coming to the microphone this evening to give some idea of what is going on between the Army camps and the sports organisations, and to describe what various famous sporting personalities are doing, and what they have joined.
Captain W. R. G.
Captain W. R. G.
Licensee, Ernest Longstaffe
The management has much pleasure in announcing the following stupendous galaxy of star talent
Nosmo King (Iceland's antidote for the deep depression) and Hubert
Norman Long (a song, a smile, and a piano)
Caryll and Mundy (at it again)
John Rorke (the raucous racketeer of rousing rhythm)
Elsie and Doris Waters (radio's ' Gert and Daisy')
Chairman, Vernon Watson
The Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
You will always hear something good at the Palace of Varieties
with Arthur Askey
Richard Murdoch your old chum
Syd Walker in a new feature, ' Syd Sees It Through'
' What Might Have Happened'
Jack Hylton and his Band
Produced by Harry S. Pepper and Gordon Crier
Adapted by Laurence Gilliam from the story by H. G. Wells
Cast Other parts played by Bryan Powley , Barbara Couper , Charles Mason
Raymond Gram Swing
(from America) '
A Microphone Menu for Men
Written and produced by Max Kester
Chairman, Davy Burnaby
Songs will be sung by the Male Voice Quartet
Drinks will be served by C. Denier Warren
Alan Paul and Ivor Dennis at the pianos
A programme of melody presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult