at the theatre organ in a programme for the Forces-by the Forces
Eight minutes with Lt. Vivian Ellis ,
Crinoline capers by Aircraftman John Madin
Suite: High Street by Major
March: The devil ma' cares by Bandmaster P. Beechfield-Carver of the R.A.F. Central Band
Bombardier Jimmy Kennedy 's popular melodies on parade
Music in ebony from Harlem to
Evelyn Dove , Elisabeth Welch , Jack London , the Georgia Crackers, BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Devised and produced by James Dyrenforth
This time Shakespeare W. Acker miraculous (Jacques Brown ) and his Secretary (Gladys Merredew ) interview Betty Huntley-Wright , Hugh Morton , and the Three in Harmcny, with the BBC Chorus and Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles
Script by Dick Pepper
Produced by Tom Ronald
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