and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Conducted by Harry Mortimer , on gramophone records
five years ago
Popular records of August 1937
' Variations on the Dish', by Helen Burke
Records taken at random from the rack
with Helena Cook (soprano)
at the organ of the Plaza Cinema, Swansea
News commentary and interlude
from p. 21 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 48 of ' Each Returning Day'
Fairey Aviation Works Band : conductor, Harry Mortimer
The N.F.S. Dance Band of No. 9 Region, directed by Vernon Adcock , with Mary Morton and Philip Garston-Jones
Violin Sonata-No. 10
Sonata in G, Op. 96 played by Arthur Catterall (violin) and R. J. Forbes (piano)
Conductor, Frederic Curzon
From the Pier Pavilion, Llandudno
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Talk by Dorothy Crisp
The Merry Macs. Records of the American close-harmony quartet
and his Sextet, with Alfred Hepworth
Conductor, Charles Shadwell , with Tom Lynch (tenor)
(Leader,. Camille J. Bogaert ), conductor, 'Ernest W. Goss , with Eda Kersey (solo violin) From the Pavilion, Torquay
1—' London to Cape Town by Motor-Cycle ': the story of a strange adverrfbre by Sergeant Wallach, A.T.S.
2—' The Romance of Land Work ' : how a nursery-governess went to work on the land, by Sybil Pilon
Gramophone programme, written by Ronald Hilbome to remind you of those glorious days when you had dirty knees or pigtails, and read ' The Exploits of Deadwood Dick' and ' The Feud of St. Michael's'. presented by Peter Eton
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r Uyfr ' Bob Bore o Newydd '
'5.20 ' Sampson's Circus ', by Howard
Spring, adapted by Muriel Levy , and produced by Nan Macdonald. Part 3 -' Danger for Jack '
5.50 'Scottish Nature Notes', collected by Mortimer Batten , and read by Tom Smith
' Fuel Flash' for housewives and National and Regional announcements
1—' Warsaw '. Written by Michael Murray. Produced by Walter Rilla. (Recording will be broadcast in the Forces programme on Saturday at
String Quartet in C, Op. 54, No. 2 played by the Virtuoso String Quartet
Eleventh of a series of gramophone programmes presented by Compton Mackenzie
Microphone tour of entertainments, in which you hear how West Country people are enjoying holidays in their home towns
Play by Russell Medcraft , with music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith , and lyrics by Max Kester and Lady Angela Guests , waiters, police, etc.
BBC Revue Chorus and augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent. Produced by Ronald Waldman
Address by the Rev. G. Knight
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Play written for broadcasting by Norman Edwards. Produced by John Richmond
Sir George Carter:
Miss Gladys Carter:
Electrician and Usher:
Jones and Chauffeur:
Famous. band playing popular dance tunes on gramophone records