Exercises for men and women
SULLIVAN and GERMAN
Records of German's light operas
Rev. G. S. Horner
Rev. G. S.
by Lance-Cpl. Elizabeth Dunse of the A.T.S.
Speaker (Make-Do and Men):
Bongs, scenes, and personalities from the films, with the recorded voices of many stars. Introduced by Leslie Mitchell . Written by Harry Alan Towers: produced by Pat Osborne
played by G. D. Cunningham From the Town Hall, Birmingham
and his Band. with Harry Davis , featuring Terry Devon and Alan Dean
from page 97 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 36 of ' Each Returning Day.' Come, thou Holy Spirit, come; Psalm 15: Acts 9. w. 1-9; Our blest Redeemer
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
Gramophone records of Richard Strauss 's ' Thus Spake Zarathustra,' Auerbach's Cellar scene from Berlioz's ' The Damnation of Faust,' and music by Bax and Sibelius
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Talk for goat-keepers, by Mrs. Arthur Abbey
with his Orchestra and artists
Conducted by Captain J. A. Thomburrow, Director of Music, Royal Horse Guards
Captain J. A.
Written for broadcasting by Modwena Sedgwick and C. Gordon Glover. Produced by Peter Creswell
(The Cloak). Opera by Puccini. A performance by the Sadler's Wells Opera Company: conductor, Lawrence Collingwood. Produced by Powell Lloyd and Scene: A barge moored by the quay-side on the River Seine
From the King's Theatre, Edinburgh
II Tinea (The Tench):
II Talpa (The Mole):
La Frugola (The Ragpicker):
Eric Wlnstone and his Accordion Band
Margaret Tann Williams (contralto), Billy Williams (violin), a ChOr Merched Eryri dan arweiniad Dilys
- Wynne Jones. Y cyfarwyddo gan
Mai Jones. (Welsh light programme)
' They lived in County Down.' 2-'A Stocking Full ef Gold': story from the book by Kathleen Fitz patrick, read by Margaret D'Arcy
'Ulster Magazine': music and features from Northern Ireland
National and Regional announcements, followed by Northern Ireland News
F. H. Grisewood brings to the microphone people with out-of-the-way news and views of passing events
-when dancing really was dancing!
' (New series, No.11). ' Reminisce ' or dance, while Harry Davidson and his Orchestra play old-time dance music, and John Rorke entertains with old-time ballads. At the piano, Cicely Hoye. Master of Ceremonies. Patrie Curwen. Producer, Douglas Lawrence.
Megan Lloyd George , M.P., gives her impressions of what she heard and saw in Parliament
with King and Gibson, Kenneth and George Western, Archie Glen , Judy Shirley and Sam Browne , and Cyril Fletcher. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Announcer, Norman Wooland. Producer, John Shar man.
When the News is followed by a War Report and this involves programme alterations, these will be announced at the microphone
by Paul Vulplus , translated by Hubert Griffith , and adapted for broadcasting by Mary Hope Allen. Produced by Peter Creswell
An Old Gentleman:
Chairman of the London and Metropolitan Bank.:
Ponsonby.(now appearing at Wyndham's:
Yvonne, the chairman's daughter:
' ' To keep vigil with our men '
Jimmy Bain and his Band. From Black's New Rink Ballroom, Sunder-land
11.30 Carl Barriteau and his Orchestra. From Neale's Ballroom, Coventry