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: Time from and summary of today's programmes followed by DOROTHY LAMOUR

Queen of the Sarong with Harry Horlick and his Orchestra on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Horlick

: 'MEN SINGING OGETHER'

A programme of popular part songs for men's voices, sung by The BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate

Contributors

Conductor: Leslie Woodgate

: DUDLEY BEAVEN

at the BBC Theatre Organ

: RHYTHM ON RECORDS

A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records

: The Three of Us

Dorothy Carless, Ronnie Hill, and John Burnaby

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Carless
Unknown: Ronnie Hill
Unknown: John Burnaby

: HARRY MILLEN

at the organ of the Majestic Cinema,
Darlington

: 'SCOTCH BROTH'

Another ' record ' collection of Scots
Variety turns
Concocted and served by Howard M. Lockhart

Contributors

Unknown: Howard M. Lockhart

: ' THE THINGS I HAVE ONE FOR RADIO'

Fifteen minutes of reminiscences by C. Denier Warren

Contributors

Unknown: C. Denier Warren

: ORCHESTRAL HALF-HOUR

Favourite pieces from the repertoire of the BBC Orchestra (Section B)
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
The programme will include items requested by Service listeners

Contributors

Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult

: 'AS YOU LIKE IT'

Take your choice in this programme of popular dance music played by Al Collins and his Band
(by permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.) with Fred Latham and Anne Lenner

Contributors

Played By: Al Collins
Unknown: Fred Latham
Unknown: Anne Lenner

: 'CLOSE - UP'

Leslie Mitchell interviews your favourite stars of stage, screen, and cabaret-
Margaret Lockwood and Stanley Holloway
Margaret Lockwood made her first stage appearance in 1928, and for many years worked on the West-End stage. She entered films in 1934, and has since appeared in a great many which have included Dr. Syn, The Lady Vanishes, and Owd Bob. Stanley Holloway , creator of the immortal ' Sam ', has been making audiences laugh since 1919 in all types nf

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Mitchell
Unknown: Margaret Lockwood
Unknown: Stanley Holloway
Unknown: Margaret Lockwood
Unknown: Stanley Holloway

: RECORD TIME

Sailors ! Soldiers ! Airmen !
Send your orders and the BBC will do its best to deliver the goods ... in record time.
Send a postcard, saying what records you'd like to hear, and as many as can be got into half an hour will be played to you each week by John Glyn-Jones .
Mark your postcards ' Record
Time ' in the top left-hand corner, and address them to the BBC, Broadcasting House, London, W.I.

Contributors

Unknown: John Glyn-Jones

: ' DO YOU REMEMBER THESE ?'-9

A reminder of things seen and read

: ' MAKING THE BEST OF IT '

with Lambert Flack (flute) and Jack Mackintosh (trumpet) assisted by Peter Fettes

Contributors

Flute: Lambert Flack
Flute: Jack MacKintosh
Assisted By: Peter Fettes

: VARIETY

Nor Kiddie, Nat Mills and Bobbie, the Three Brilliants, Morris and Cowley, and Carl Carlisle in an excerpt from
' Bonjour Paris '
From the Lewisham Hippodrome
(by permission of Harry Joseph and Idris Lewis)
On 877 kc/s 342.1 m.

: SANDY MACPHERSON

at the BBC Theatre Organ

: THE DUDLEY HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA

Conductor, Harry Pell from the Hippodrome Theatre, Dudley

Contributors

Conductor: Harry Pell








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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