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: Reveille!

A cheerful selection of gramophone records

: NEWS

Programme summary

: Morning Star

Records of the Two Leslies

: ' TO MEET THE MOOD'

A morning miscellany of gramophone records

: Music While You Work

An orchestral concert conducted by Guy Warrack

Contributors

Conducted By: Guy Warrack

: and programme summary followed by FAMOUS ORCHESTRAS

playing light music, on records
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Thomas Beecham

: SONG AND DANCE

Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records

: H. ROBINSON CLEAVER

at the theatre organ

: 'QUICK! WE HAVE BUT A SECOND'

BBC Singers, conducted by Trevor Harvey

Contributors

Conducted By: Trevor Harvey

: BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA

Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe

Contributors

Leader: Tate Gilder
Conducted By: Harold Lowe

: ' PIANISTS ON PARADE'

Studies in their own individual style by Alan Paul and Ivor Dennis ,
Jack Clarke , James Moody
Presented by Eric Fawcett

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Paul
Unknown: Ivor Dennis
Unknown: Jack Clarke
Presented By: Eric Fawcett

: Music While You Work

played by Geiger and his Orchestra

: GAELIC SONGS

sung by John MacSween

Contributors

Sung By: John MacSween

: ECHOES OF THE STARS

Let's listen again to some records of Julian Rose , our Hebrew friend, who died in 1935, and George Gershwin , pianist, who died in 1937 Presented by Charles Maxwell

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Rose
Pianist: George Gershwin
Presented By: Charles Maxwell

: MUSICAL VARIETY FROM CANADA

A programme of light musical entertainment recorded by, and presented by courtesy of, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

: ' ACK-ACK, BEER-BEER

A twice-weekly programme for Anti-
Aircraft and Balloon Barrage personnel
Today's programme includes the first instalment of ' Up to the bell a boxing serial written by Jack Jones ; records presented by Doris Arnold ; and a general-knowledge test

Contributors

Written By: Jack Jones
Presented By: Doris Arnold

: JOHNNIE ROSEN and his Band

with Taylor Frame and Alf Sharkey

Contributors

Unknown: Alf Sharkey

: ' PARISH MAG '

from a market town in the Midlands featuring: our tallest story—our tastiest dish-how the gardens are doing-an old soldier speaks-the view down our main street and presenting local talent, including our champion dartsman
Assembled by John Pudney. Introduced by C. H. Middleton
From the Parish Room
Listeners who have been enjoying the homely humours of the ' Parish Mag' broadcasts will be glad to know that they are to be continued. If you think your town should be included, write and tell John Pudney about it-so long as its population is between 2,000 and 6,000.

Contributors

Unknown: John Pudney.
Unknown: John Pudney

: SANDY MACPHERSON

at the theatre organ

: ' ICI LA FRANCE

Un programme Français, pour les Francais, par des Francais

: HENRY HALL'S GUEST NIGHT

from a theatre in Wales

: ACCORDION-PLAYING

All-London individual championship
The final heat
From an Assembly Hall

: ' IN SENTIMENTAL MOOD'

A programme of quiet and restful music on gramophone records








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