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: NEWS

Programme Parade

: 'THE DAILY DOZEN'

Exercises for men and women

: This Week's Composer

ELGAR
Gramophone records of his overtures

: - LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS I

Rev. J. C. Bacon

: NEWS

Programme Parade followed by THE KITCHEN FRONT
* Bottling Pears,' by Hilda Whitlow

Contributors

Unknown: Hilda Whitlow

: SONG AND DANCE'

Popular songs and dance music on gramophone records

: THE LITTLE ORCHESTRA

Directed by Jack Hardy , with Violet Carson (soprano)

Contributors

Directed By: Jack Hardy
Soprano: Violet Carson

: KREISLER and McCORMACK

on gramophone records
Serenade (Schubert) : McCormack and Kreisler
-Mazurka in A minor (Chopin-
Kreisler) ; Andantino (Lemare) ; Tango (Albeniz-Kreisler): Kreisler
Who is Sylvia? (Schubert) ; Now sleeps the crimson petal (Quilter) ; To the Child (Rachmaninoff) : Mc Cormack
Caprice viennois ; Love's Joy ; Love's
Sorrow (Kreisler) : Kreisler
Ave Maria (Schubert) : McCormack and Kreisler

Contributors

Unknown: Mc CormacK

: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page 8b of ' New Every Morning ' and page 10 of ' Each Returning Day.' Thy kingdom come. 0 God ; Psalm 2, 1-11 ; St. John 11. w. 17-27 :
Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round.

: SANDY MACPHERSON

at the theatre organ

: ' HEALTH MAGAZINE'

Short topical talks by experts on subjects affecting the health of the family

: MUSIC FOR TWO PIANOS

played by Cyril Smith and Phyllis Sellick

Contributors

Played By: Cyril Smith
Played By: Phyllis Sellick

: 'TWO'S COMPANY'

Famous double acts, on records

: JACK LEON

and his Orchestra

: BREAK FOR MUSIC

ENSA show for war-workers, introduced by Bryan Michie. Arthur Salisbury and his Orchestra, with Renee Barr. Guest artists, Edward Cooper and Lorna Martin

Contributors

Introduced By: Bryan Michie.
Introduced By: Arthur Salisbury
Unknown: Renee Barr.
Artists: Edward Cooper
Artists: Lorna Martin

: NEWS

: Geraldo and his Orchestra

with Sally Douglas, Len Camber, Johnny Green, and Three Boys and a Girl

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Douglas
Unknown: Len Camber
Unknown: Johnny Green

: BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Clarence Raybould

Contributors

Conducted By: Clarence Raybould

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

Eric Winstone and his Accordion
Band

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Winstone

: ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICE

from St. Mary of the Angels, Levenshulme, Manchester, with an address by the Rt. \\Rev. Mgr. Joseph Masterson D.D., V.G. ,

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Mgr. Joseph Masterson D.D., V.G.

: BBC CHORUS

Conducted by John Clements \

Contributors

Conducted By: John Clements

: 'BREAK FOR FICTION'

' The Triumph of Daniel Dansy ' : a Marshland story, written and read by S. L. Bensusan

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Dansy
Read By: S. L. Bensusan

: ' DUFFY'S TAVERN'

Recorded in America by arrangement with the U.S. Armed Forces Radio Service

: Y RHACLEN GYMRAEG

(News and topical talks in Welsh)
5.0 Newyddion y Dydd
5.5 ' Yr Wythnos yng Nghymru.' gan Meuryn
5.10 Sgwrs amserol

: CHILDREN'S HOUR

'The Incredible Adventure of Miss Moon ' : new mystery serial by Tudur Watkins , produced by John Keir Cross. Episode1—'A Rabbit Rolled Over '

Contributors

Unknown: Tudur Watkins
Produced By: John Keir Cross.

: NEWS

National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary

: TONIGHT'S TALK

: DVORAK

Terzetto in C, Op. 74, for two violins and viola played by Frederick Grinke (violin), David Martin (violin), and Watson Forbes (viola)

Contributors

Played By: Frederick Grinke
Violin: David Martin
Violin: Watson Forbes

: £ 250 RED CROSS RADIO CONTEST

with two star problems provided by Adelaide Hall and Kenway and Young ; four sound problems ; two musical problems played by Jack Payne 's Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Andrews. Introduced by Ronald Waldman , and produced by Audrey Cameron in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund.
In the £ 250 Red Cross Radio Contest broadcast on Friday, August 4, the correct answers were :
BBBB-CBCB
The following twenty-seven listeners submitted correct entries and share the £ 250 prize : P. J. Alderson , Darlington ; J. Ashworth , Rochdale ; Mrs. T. Bain, Dunfermline ; Mrs. G. Barrett, Leeds ; Mrs. E. Browne. Mylor, Cornwall ; Miss Caines, Oxford ; Mrs. Curtis. Exeter ; Mrs. F. Dodd. Liverpool ; E. R. Drabble , Matlock ; Miss M. Elliot , Torquay ; Mrs. E. G. Forbes. Ealing ; Miss A. E. Francis , Rickmansworth ; Mrs. Gray, Lassnade; A. Keir. Glasgow ; G. Longden. Sheffield ; Mrs. E. M. Lyn-Carlisle, Bowness-on-Solway ; Miss M. Mackie , Milngavie ; Mrs. G. M. Millican, Glasgow ; Mrs. R. Mosely, Birchington-on-Sea ; B. F. J. Moxon. Leeds ; Mrs. M. Richardson, Brighton ; Mrs. E. F. Ronaasen, Sutton ; Miss 1. M. Smith , Don-caster ; Mrs. Thornton, Ashton-in-Makerfleld ; Mrs. N. Tinker. Holmflrth ; Miss E.'Todd, Dundee ; D. J. Toye, Worcester.

Contributors

Played By: Jack Payne
Unknown: Stanley Andrews.
Introduced By: Ronald Waldman
Produced By: Audrey Cameron
Unknown: J. Alderson
Unknown: J. Ashworth
Unknown: E. R. Drabble
Unknown: Miss M. Elliot
Unknown: Miss A. E. Francis
Unknown: Miss M. MacKie
Unknown: M. Smith

: JAMES MOODY

and his Sextet

: 'GIVE 'EM AIR I

From author to ether on a kilocycle, by Pat Dixon and Max Kester , with acknowledgments to Max Kester and Pat Dixon.

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Dixon
Unknown: Max Kester
Unknown: Max Kester
Unknown: Pat Dixon.

: ' REPORTING SICK, SIR '

A dramatised impression of life in an R.A.F. Hospital overseas. Written and produced by Leonard Cottrell

Contributors

Produced By: Leonard Cottrell

: NEWS

: MARGARET EAVES

sings with the BBC Midland Light Orchestra : conductor, Rae Jenkins \

Contributors

Conductor: Rae Jenkins

: AMERICAN COMMENTARY

Raymond Gram Swing

: News in Gaelic

and postscript

: BILLY TERNENT

and his Orchestra

: HARRY LEADER

and his Band. From the Astoria Dance Salon, London

: : NEWS









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