Syncopated pianoforte solos
Conductor, Ian Whyte
(News and announcements in Welsh)
A selection of melodies that were very popular during the '80's and '90's and the beginning of the present century
Remembered by Charles D. Kinnis , with Madeleine Christie , Ian Sadler , Charles Lovat
Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Kemlo Stephen
Compere, James McKechnie. Presented by Robin Russell
This was a favourite series with Scottish listeners-and also with many
People in Northern Ireland who tuned in across the water-in pre-war days. The programmes are compiled from the memories and faded song copies of Charles D. Kinnis , who was century Most of these music-halls of Glasgow at the beginning of this century. Most of these favourites of the old Glasgow music-halls have a Scottish flavour, but they will not be unintelligible to English ears.
from page 17 of ' New Every Morning'
' Cooking in Wartime '—Ann Hardy
Leslie Hutchinson (' Hutch ')
Presented by Max Kester
11.0 Physical Training (Ages 9-12) (for use in a hall)
Edith Dowling !
11.20 Interlude 3
11.25 Junior English (Ages 9-11)
Branwen (The second part of the Mabinogion Story) ]
11.40 Talks for Fifth Forms (Ages 15 and over)
Science and the Community (A series planned by J. A. Lauwerys)
' The Longitude Found and Not Found '—A. Spencer Jones
Conductor, Fred Mortimer
Ivan Mellodew (baritone)
by Antonia Butler (violoncello) and Kathleen Markwell (pianoforte)
A programme of novelty numbers and solo pieces by the BBC Variety Orchestra (leader, Frank Cantell ), conductor,
Charles Shadwell with Ronnie Hill
Compere, Bryan Michie
2.0 Living in the Country (Ages 9-15)
'Hallow-e'en' '-Edith E. Macqueen
2.20 Preparatory Concert Lessons (Ages 9-15)
' The Fiddle Family 2-J. W. Horton
2.40 Senior English (Ages 11-15)
Drama Talk, 1-L. du Garde Peach
An E.N.S.A. camp concert party in rehearsal at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
A customer and a trader thrash it out
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
' The Wind in the Willows ' by Kenneth Grahame arranged as a dialogue story
Part 8 — 'The Return of Ulysses ' in which we say goodbye to Toad, Mole, Rat, and Badger
Another Canadian Village Episode
Devised and written by the authors of ' Horner's Corners '
Al and Bob Harvey with David Miller , the Three Musketeers, and the Village Buskers, production by Roy Speer
by G. D. Cunningham from the Town Hall, Birmingham
A Dashing Revue with Kenway and Young, compton Evans and Ray Monelle ,
Eileen Vaughan , the Revue Chorus, and the BBC Variety by Charles Shadwell
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
5 â 'Farming'
Harvest, 1939, and after by Francis Dillon the land requires as much consideration
In this war the proper use of the land requires programme consideration as the disposition of the Armed Forces. This programme will the of September on the farm, and of how the additional responsibilities of wartime.
Tommy Handley, I.T.M.A., presides once more at the Ministry of Fun assisted by Jack Train, Maurice Denham, Vera Lennox, Vernon Harris, Sam Costa, the Cavendish Three, and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
The show written by Ted Kavanagh and presented by Francis Worsley
with Ida Shepley
Elizabeth Welch and the BBC Theatre Orchestra
(leader, Tate Gilder ), conducted by Mark H. Lubbock revival of popular Mark Lubbock series planned to contrast songs and singing old and new. In this first programme listeners will hear two coloured artists-Ida Shepley singing the old plantation songs and Elizabeth Welch singing their modern counterparts, accompanied by a rhythm combination of clarinet, trumpet, tenor sax, guitar, and bass. Among the songs »-«»±;«&<'Shanty
Town ', her big number from Ivor Novello 's Glamorous Night.
Conducted by Eric Fogg
Stephen Wearing (pianoforte)
by W. Graeme-Holder
Produced by Howard Rose
Directed by Sydney Lipton with Ivor Davis and Celia from Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London