Directed by Jack Hardy
(Little orchestrations by Jack Hardy )
Morning physical exercises for women
A few cheerful tunes on gramophone records
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
at the organ of the Gaumont Theatre, Manchester
Conducted by Maurice Johnstone
W. H. Ricardo
from page 29 of ' New Every Morning'
Holiday Talks: 'A Great Czech Composer'
Half an hour with the music of Antonin Dvorak
The BBC Theatre Orchestra, conductor, Stanford Robinson
Eric Greene (tenor)
The programme introduced and compered by Thomas Armstrong , D.Mus.
(By permission of Brigadier H. L. Evans , M.C., and Officers of the Royal Tank Regimmt)
Conducted by Mr. D. J. Plater from the Grand Parade Bandstand, Eastbourne
Mr. D. J.
with Helen Hill
(All the above items arranged by Kenneth Sydney Baynes )
The SBC Singers (A)—Margaret GodSey ; Margaret Rees ; Joyce Sutton ;
Doris Owens ; Bradbridge White ; Martin Boddey ; Stanley Riley
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
At the piano, John Wills
Eight Nursery Rhymes (Op. 19a) .. „
J and 2 Lullaby and Willie Winkie. 3 Valentine 4 Hunting of the Snail. 5 T'other little tune. 6 Thomas and Anms 7 If all the seas were one sea. 8 The White Paternoster
Eight New Nursery Rhymes (Op. 23)
The Apology. 2 Old Woman. 3 A Tragedy. 4 A Little Old Man.
5 The Fly and the Humble Bee. 6 Bless you. 7 An Old Cradle Song. o O my little sixpence
Bad Sir Brian Botany (Poem by A. A. Milne )
A reading and commentary by Basil de Selincourt
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting, London
Christmas Favourites Old and New
Alec Rowley and Edgar Moy
A musical presentation by Peter Yorke and the Orchestra with Evelyn Dove , Sam Browne
Presented by Douglas Lawrence
Holiday Talks: ' The Christmas Goose' A children's play written for broadcasting by John R. Allan
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conducted by Richard Austin
The Rev. Dorothy Wilson
A melodic miscellany, presented by Roy Speer with Adelaide Hall, accompanied by Fela Sowande at the organ; the Cavendish Three; Dick Bentley; Robert Ashley; Charlie Kunz; Jacques Brown; and Jack Hylton and his Band
The programme compered by James Dyrenforth
' Red Riding-Hood'
Blackpool children's annual pantomime
Written and produced by H. Flockton Foster, who has arranged a special version of the pantomime for the Children's Hour
Cast: Red Riding-Hood-Patsy Grady ; Boy Blue-Myra Thompson ;
Marjorie-Hilda Fisher ; The Baron-junior Macfarlane Moore ; Simple
Simon-Maurice Kelly ; Thimble Bob-Joyce Lord ; Pinch-me-Tightâ
Bettme Moor; The Wolf-Geoffrey Blackhurst ; Fairy-Doreen McMartin ; Rodger-Jaqueline Sykes ; Mary Contrary-Joan Cunliffe with the Grand Theatre Orchestra from the Grand Theatre, Blackpool
Written by Graham Robertson. Music by Fredric Norton. The programme arranged and produced by Gordon McConnel and Gwen Williams
The commere, Mary O'Farrell
Billie Baker , Linda Parker , the Three Radio Graces
The BBC Theatre Chorus (trained by Charles Groves ), the BBC Theatre
Orchestra (leader, Tate Gilder ), conducted by Harold Lowe
A time reserved for talks that cannot be announced in advance
A programme of his songs and transcriptions by Jan van der Gucht (tenor) and the Whinyates String Quartet-Seymour Whinyates (violin) ; Dorothy Everitt (violin) ; Veronica Gotch
(viola) ; Helen Just (violoncello)
Two Four-Part Fantasias of Purcell trans. Warlock (and edited by Andre Mangeot )
1 No. 1, in G minor. 2 No. 8, in E minor
Jan van der Gucht
Sweet and twenty Sleep
The Jolly Shepherdess Balulalow
Six Italian Dances (Sixteenth century)
1 Zorzi. 2 La Gamba. 3 Paduna del Re. 4 La Man Frolina. 5 Le Forze d'Hercole. 6 El Saltarello
The story of the Nazi Party
Episode 5—'The Nazification of Germany'by A. L. Lloyd and Igor Vinogradoff. Music composed by George Walter. Orchestra under the direction of the composer. Production by Laurence Gilliam
A Torchlight Revue with Ivy St. Helier, the Cavendish Three, Maurice Denham ,
Dick Francis , Ronnie Hill , Diana Morrison , Meg Titheradge
The Dance Orchestra, directed by Billy Ternent
Produced by David Porter
MajorrGeneral Sir Ernest Swinton , K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O.
(Section C) Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Leighton Lucas
Address by the Rev. Father C. C. Martindale , S.J.
Rev. Father C. C.
at the theatre organ
Among those expected to drop in are: Reginald Dixon , H. Robinson Cleaver, Dudley Beaven , Reginald Porter-Brown , and Douglas Moodie
by Jack Jones
Carols will be sung by the Welsh Singers, conducted by John Hughes
Production by T. Rowland Hughes
In this programme Jack Jones 's Welsh radio characters, Dai, lanto and Jane, return to the microphone in a half-hour full of the spirit of Christmas. ' For it's not Christmas, see lanto, till our Dai is home', says Jane. Dai is now in the Army, and lanto, unemployed for so long, has found work again as a collier.
A selection of tranquil tunes played to you by The Chalumeau Ensemble with the Cecilian Trio-Eileen Tunbridge (soprano) ; Winifred Gould (mezzo-soprano) ; Muriel Boardman