A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Dorothy Lamour , the glamorous film star
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
played by Geraldo and his Dance Orchestra
A gramophone programme presented by Maurice Elwin
(by permission of Brigadier R. C. A. Gltinicke, A.D.C., Commanding Royal
Conductor, Major F. J. Ricketts
Major F. J.
played by Tom Jenkins
Tom Jenkins was born at Leeds and migrated with his family when he was three months old to West Ardsley, Yorkshire. As a child, his favourite toy was a toy fiddle, and at the age of nine he used to walk three miles to an adjacent village to have violin lessons. When he was sixteen he got a job in. a cinema at Thirsk ; then he played in various cinemas, and at last joined the Quartet at the Royal Baths, Harrogate. Next he became a member of the Hastings Municipal Orchestra and left it as sub-leader. For nearly two years he was with J. H. Squire's Celeste Octet. He was also principal second violin of the London 'Philharmonic Orchestra. In March, 1938, he was appointed musical director of the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, in succession to Leslie Jeffries, and won international fame.
A parlour game in which all the players get identical questions
Devised by R. S. Falconer and presented by Elwyn Evans
and his Band with Celia and Eddie Bryant
A cycle of well-loved traditional songs arranged by Frederic Austin sung by the BBC Theatre Chorus conducted by Charles Groves
At the piano, Donald Edge
The programme introduced by Fred Yule
Jack Frere and his Orchestra
A gramophone programme with a Victorian flavour
Presented by Eric Gillett
Leader, Jean Pougnet
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
Recent recordings of popular hits
A twice-weekly programme for Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Barrage personnel
' News of the Week '
A five-minute commentary on current affairs by F. Buckley Hargreaves
' Listeners' Corner'
Presented by Bill MacLurg and made up of songs and verses sent in by members of Anti-Aircraft and Balloon
Final instalment of the Welsh boxing serial by Jack Jones , 'Up to the Bell'
Compere, Lionel Gamlin
Johnny Rosen and his Band are one of the North's star turns in light entertainment broadcasts. Johnny has gone rapidly ahead and, while remaining in the North, has found for himself a radio position among the best dance bands in England.
For fourteen years he was
Jack Hylton 's first violinist. He has played everywhere ; he went to the Continent over a dozen times with the band ; and on one European tour he and the boys covered nearly 3,000 miles in three months-a pretty good record.
A programme in Dutch under the auspices of the Dutch Government
from a 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
with some of the troops in England in a sing-song conducted by Leslie Woodgate
At the piano, Ernest Lush
Un programme Français, pour les Francais, par des Francais
by Peter Cheyney
No. 8—'Try again, Klaat'
Scenes : Alonzo's apartment, Riverside Drive, New York-Outside the Clarence Arms-Loftv Joe's all-night cafeteria on Lower Broadway-Alonzo's apartment
Produced by Howard Rose
Dr Theodor Klaat:
with Naughton and Gold
Caryll and Mundy Anona Winn and Jack Frere and his Orchestra
From a music-hall
Records of famous bands playing popular dance tunes
At 11 p.m. News in English is broadcast on 373 m. for listeners abroad