Exercises for men and women
Today's entries include gramophone records of compositions by Max Bruch , and of Scriabin and Pachmann at the piano
James W. Welch. Director of Religious Broadcasting
' A Stitch in Time,' by Elizabeth Dennis
Motion-picture parade introducing songs, scenes, and personalities from films of the past, present, and future,
.with the recorded voices of many famous stars. Introduced by Leslie Mitchell
. . Written by Harry Alan Towers : produced by Pat Osborne
sung by. the Choir of St. Andrew's. Nottingham. Organist, L. J. Henniker.
Rejoice and be merry: A little child there is born; Dark the night; Shepherds in the field abiding; Personent hodie; Whom of old the shepherds praised; Out of the orient. crystal skies; Three kings from Persian lands
with his Orchestra, and artists
from page 89 of ' Nsw Every Morning ' and page 40 of Each Returning Day.' The first Noel; Psalm 96; St. Matthew 2. w. 1-12; As with gladness
BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor, Alan Crooks
Conductor, Mr. J. B. H. Thorpe
Mr. J. B. H.
First Overture on Greek Themes (Glazunov); Song of the Drunkard
(Much Ado about Nothing: Khrennikov): Concertino de printemps. (Milhaud); Simple Symphony (Brit-ten). (Gramophone records)
A unit of the American Band of the A.E.F. led by Sgt. Mel Powell at the piano.
with all the old Log Cabin favourites. including Peggy Bailey , Buck Douglas. Little Jakie Connelly. and the Home Town Mountain Band
' Midland Smallholding': H. R. C. Kennedy , of the Staffordshire Farm Institute, introduces A. T. Jenks. an ex-Serviceman smallholder from Penkridge
A. T. Jenks has been working on a smallholding for 18 years. He is an ex-Serviceman from the last war whose disablement prevented him
-carrying on his normal occupation as blacksmith. He first took a seven-acre holding and worked it part-time, and then decided to take on a County Council 27-acre holding. He now works 47 acres. Mr. Jenks had no previous experience, when he started
H. R. C.
played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins
Special New Year's edition of this A.E.F. Programme feature, with Capt. Robert Farnon and the Canadian Band of the A.E.F., the Canada Show Chorus, and the songs of Ptes. Joanne Dallas and Gerry Travers.
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Play for broadcasting, written by Ewen Macgregor. ' and produced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
Mantovani and his Dance Orchestra
Rhaglen ddifyr gyda chan a stori i godi r galon. Y rhaglen o dan ofal Mai Jones.
Variety: Peter Brough , the Ventriloquist, with ' Archie Andrews. Ernest Butcher (baritone); Ernest Regon (impressions) ; Alf Edwards (concertina) : Ivor Dennis at the piano.
Lionel Gamlin introduces the artists
National and Regional announcements and 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! ' Reminisce ' or dance, while Harry Davidson and his Orchestra play old-time dance music and Frank Titterton entertains with old-time ballads. At the piano, Berkeley Mason. Master of Ceremonies. Patric Curwen. Producer. Douglas Lawrence.
' Westminster Hall: its pageants and its tragedies.' Sir Henry Badeley , K.C.B., Clerk of the Parliament.
with Bennett and Williams, Billy ' Uke ' Scott, Wilfred Pickles ,
Nosmo King, Josie Fearon and Charles Gillespie. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Announcer, Norman Wooland. Producer, John Sharman .
Comedy by Tom Taylor , adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe. Produced by Howard Rose
This play was first performed at the Royal Olympic Theatre on Monday, May 14, 1885
Jessop a servant:
Mr Gimlet, a detective:
' The Gaybirds ' directed by William McGregor. From Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
directed by Bobby Thompson . From the Berkeley Ballroom, Glasgow