Exercises for men and women
Gramophone records of excerpts from ' Oberon' and Overture to ' Abu Hassan '
' For the Children's Party,' by Helen Mary Stevens
of these gramophone records
Music of the Sunny South, played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold , with Jack Cooper , and the Albert Sandier Trio.
from page 5 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 22 of ' Each Returning Day.' Christ, whose glory fills the skies; Psalm 65; Acts 19, vv. 1-10: 0 for a thousand tongues
sung by Carys Davies (mezzo-soprano)
' Indigestion,' by a family doctor
Conductor, Mr. A. Brunsden
Gramophone records of some well-known musical plays
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas , Len Camber , Johnny Green , Alan Grant , Archie Lewis , and Three Boys and a Girl
ENSA show from a R.A.F. Station somewhere in the North, introduced by Bryan Michie. Henry Hall and his Orchestra. Guest artists, Harry Lester and his Hayseeds
Andy Iona and his Islanders. Edmundo Ros and his Rumba Band, and Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra, on gramophone records
Light music, arranged and played by Jack Byfield and his Players, with James Bell at the organ
When the leading artist of a show cannot appear, the understudy takes over. But in this programme, London understudies appear as themselves. They include Tony Dalton , Anne Jay (by permission of Jack Hylton ), Max Kirby (by permission of H. M. Tennent , Ltd.), Myrette Morven (by permission of Lee Ephraim. Raymond Newell sings in a special rdle. BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Alan Crooks. Devised by David Arram ; written and produced by Alfred DuRning.
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
Kate Winter (soprano); William Pleetli (cello); Margaret Good (piano)
'Sprig of Mistletoe,' a Christmas story written by John Brophy. and read by the author. (Previously broadcast on December 22, 1943)
' Comedy Caravan,' with Gary Moore , Georgia Gibbs, and Roy Bargy and his Orchestra.
(News and topical talks in Welsh)
5.0 Newyddion y Dydd
5.5 ' Newyddion o'r Senedd.' gan W. J. Gruffyd
5.10 ' Yr Wythnos yng Nghymru,' gan R. J Rowlands (Meuryn)
5.15 ' Meddyginiaeth yn y Rhyfel': sgwrs gan feddyg
' The Magic Bed-Knob' by Mary Morton , adapted by Peter Watts ; produced by Josephine Plummer , Conclusion— 'The Island '
Cannibals played by Foster Carlin , Frank Cochrane , and Ernest Sefton
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Alice Hooper Beck talks about Christmases of the past; Geoffrey Hoyland gives the last in his series of talks on ' The Family Gang'; Marian Cutler deals with more problems sent by Servicemen's wives
Special Christmas attractions include Dorothy Summers ('Mrs. Mopp') Richard ('Stinker') Murdoch with Kenneth Home , and Anne Shelton. Also Christmas sound problems, and the R.A.F. ('Skyrockets') Dance Orchestra, directed by Corporal Paul Fenoulhet (by permission of the Air Officer Commanding). Introduced by Ronald Waldman and produced by Audrey Cameron , in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund.
'In Tune with You.' Melodies for all moods, on two pianos
The parents reply to the experts by reading the letters they wrote after listening to the. last broadcast on the falling birth-rate
Conductor, Sir Hugh S. Roberton
Sir Hugh S.
A ghost story by Richard Hearne , produced by Barbara Burnham
Sq Ldr Robertson:
Wing Cdr Peters:
(and their fellow travellers). Trip No. 8. on which they meet Dora Labbette. and Richard Murdoch and Kenneth Home. BBC Revue Orchestra. conducted by Alan Crooks. Produced by Michael North
by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter. Including How not to; also How, and How not, to be a guest. Illustrated by Joyce Grenfell , Betty Hardy , Norman Shelley , Gladys Young , Carleton Hobbs , and Jonathan Field. Produced by Stephen Potter. (Recording of the broadcast on December 23, 1943)
and his Orchestra, with Gwen Jonea and Leslie Douglas
and his Ballroom Orchestra