A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Al Bollington, the popular cinema organist
Popular artists and bands fall in for Your entertainment on gramophone records
to records of Viennese waltzes
A programme of gramophone records
at the theatre organ
Selection: Chu Chin ChowNorton Torch tunes of the times
A programme showing what goes on behind the scenes in a seaside pavilion when a concert party is finishing its summer season
Devised by Marjorie Wynn-Williams and produced by Sam Jones
Mrs. Wilkes and her brother Ernest at home in their bar-parlour to Howard Marshall and their other friends
at the theatre organ
Midnight in Mayfair
Selection of current successes
with Monti Ryan and Fred Latham This band of eleven players had its radio debut last June. Although it is a rhvthm combination, it has none of the regular features of a dance band, such as sax or brass sections. Other omissions are piano, drums, and accordion.
Percival Mackey has been musical director for some of the most successful musical comedies on the West-End stage, among them No ! No ! Nanette and Gay Divorce. In recent weeks he has conducted the orchestra for Saturday-night ' Music-Halls'.
played by Don Felipe and the Cuban Caballeros
A tea-time entertainment on gramophone records
from a restaurant in the South with George Melachrino , Tiny Powell , Peter Valerio , and Leonard and his
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
sung by Enid Cruickshank (contralto)
Dick Spencer and Ethel Williams
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Reginald Burston
A programme in Dutch under the auspices of the Dutch Government.
Jack Penn , Alfie Noakes , and the Maple Leaf Orchestra, with Lyle Evans
Written and produced by David Miller
Un programme Francais, pour les Francais, par des Francais
Lady Brewery-Smythe is holding a musical evening
Apart from yourselves,
The guests will include Claude Dampier, Phyllis Clare, Bobby Duke and Jack London, Three in Harmony
Her ladyship - Vera Lennox
Her ladyship's butler - Dick Francis
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Dialogue by Aubrey Danvers-WaIker
Produced by Eric Spear
Many things are likely to go wrong at this musical evening of Lady
Brewery-Smythe's. Probably, for instance, the artists she invites will not be as highbrow as she imagines. There should be no disappointment for the listener, nevertheless, whatever the effect on Lady Brewery-Smythe.
One of the guests will be Phyllis Clare, for example, a revue and cabaret star who has not been on the air in this country now for some time. London theatre-goers may remember her in the West-End productions of Here's How, Give Me a Ring, and Ballyhoo, and on the screen she has appeared in many big film productions such as Clive of India, Four Men and a Prayer, While Parents Sleep, and The Last of Mrs. Cheyney.
In the early days of the war she twice went out to France to entertain the troops, on one occasion with Leslie Henson to deputise for Binnie Hale, who had had a motoring accident.
and the St. Anne's Pier Orchestra
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