A radio roadhouse
An informal lunch-time visit to this gay rendezvous, where it is hoped that certain well-known visitors will come to the microphone
The manager is Jacques Brown
The Dance Orchestra, directed by Billy Ternent
Devised and produced by Leslie Bridgmont
'In tune with you'
Melodies for all moods on two pianos
The producer of this Variety programme is Eric Fawcett , who, although a newcomer to the BBC's sound broadcasting staff, had considerable experience with television. He was a producer at Alexandra. Palace, and also appeared as an artist in a great many television shows, particularly those of Moultrie Kelsall, whose sound version of King of the Kongo is being produced on Tuesday of this week.
Since the war Fawcett has been back on the musical-comedy stage where he was a well-known figure in pre-television days-playing the juvenile comedy part in Runaway Love at the Saville Theatre, London.
and his Orchestra with Sylvia Cecil
Kenneth Sydney Baynes-son of the late Sydney Baynes , composer of the famous Destiny Waltz-broadcast on sax and clarinet in his father's orchestra at the age of eighteen from Savoy Hill. His ambition with his broadcasting orchestra is to play the same type of light-hearted music that his father played. before him.
From 11.15 p.m. to 12.15 a.m.
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