followed by LESLIE SIMPSON at the organ of the Granada, Tooting,
A programme of gramophone records
Nan Kenway and Douglas Young
The Three in Harmony
Billy Tement and his Orchestra
Presented by Reginald Smith
with Beryl Davis , Diane, Garry Gowan , and Eddie Palmer with his
Compere, Harry Davis
' Bill and Bob somewhere in France' with John Glyn-Jones and Rollo Gamble
Devised by Evelyn Gibbs
Written by Spike Hughes and Maurice Thiery
A record programme of sad stories
Compiled by Ronald J. Hayman
A layman's choice
A programme of gramophone records chosen and presented by Robert MacDermot
(Light Welsh ballads)
Gwladys Williams (contralto)
from the Paramount Theatre,
with Percy Manchester
A magazine programme of sports, sports gossip, prospects, and reminiscences
Introduced by R. F. Dunnett
Today's issue of 'At Home to Sportsmen' has an all-Scottish i flavour. R. F. Dunnett , who comperes it, is well known to listeners for his commentaries on boxing and; football, as well as for his wartime accounts of the Canadians arriving' and other exciting events north of the Border.
Andrew Wemyss , who will also be at the microphone, is a favourite broadcaster who is now in the Army.
Although blinded in one eye in the last war, Wemyss recovered sufficiently to win International caps at Rugby and become an outstanding sports figure in Scotland.
On Wednesday Scotland played the Army, and it is hoped that some outstanding player in this match will come to the microphone, and also, if possible, a member of the Scottish Cup Final teams.
With some of the troops in England in a sing song
Conducted by Leslie Woodgate
in An ENSA concert for the B.E.F. with Arthur Askey
Richard Murdoch and Jack Hylton and his Band
The concert organised by NAAFI
From ' somewhere in France '
Once again Gracie is going to sing to you and talk to you in a way no other can. Who can raise a laugh with more certainty, or with more certainty touch a deeper chord ? The round of dutv. the thought of those at home and of the next leave, the need for laughter-these are things she understands because she can put herself in your place.
James Moody and Diana Clare
Diana Clare has sung for Carroll Gibbons , Henry Hall , Eugene Pini 's Tango Orchestra, and in the popular series, ' Soft Lights and Sweet Music', in which she was singing announcer. Under her own name of Esther Coleman she studied at the Guildhall School of Music and has given over three hundred broadcasts, her repertoire ranging from Bach to ballads. Diana Clare made her debut in a cabaret, and made her name in a night.
from Finsbury Park Empire, London
From 10 p.m. on 877 kc/s 342.1 m.
Some gay dance music on gramophone records
'From 11.0 p.m. to 12.15 a.m.
342.1 m. will radiate the Home