A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Winnie Melville, the famous musical-comedy soprano
Before making her name in musical shows, the late Winnie Melville was a concert singer. At the Comedy Theatre in 1916 and 1917 she was In See-Saw and Bubbly-revues that men serving in the last war flocked to see. At the Winter Garden in 1927 she played Katherine de Vaucelles in The Vagabond King, which ran for over a year. At the Coliseum in the following year she appeared with a repertory of songs, and in 1929 joined the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, appearing with them at the Savoy in 1929-1930.
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
played by Henry Croudson at the theatre organ
followed by THE LITTLE ORCHESTRA
Directed by Jack Hardy with Doris Gambell (soprano)
Recollections of the seaside shows with Elsie Eaves , Mai Jones , Lyn Joshua , Frank Davison , Arthur Holland , and John Morgan
Produced by Glyn Jones
an ENSA concert for munition workers with George Morris , Thorpe Bates , and Geraldo Saxes and Sevens (leader,
George Evans )
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Helen Creerar (soprano)
Donald Edge (piano)
HELEN CREERAR AND ORCHESTRA
DONALD EDGE AND ORCHESTRA
HELEN CREERAR AND ORCHESTRA
Drums in the night
McHugh, orch. Reginald Burston
to some records of Sweet Rhythm for your siesta
sung by Jean Campbell
played by Reginald Pursglove and his Orchestra
A Variety bill on records
Presented by Frederick Piffard
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
Compton Evans and Ray Monelle in original songs at the piano and ' Al Durrant 's Swing Quintet
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
A twice-weekly magazine programme for men in Anti-Aircraft, Balloon
Barrage, and Searchlight units
Compere, Lionel Gamlin
The programme edited by Bill Maclurg
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.
He has played everywhere: he went to the Continent over a do/en times with the band, and on one European tour he and the boys covered nearly three thousand miles in three months-a pretty good record.
and so James Dyrenforth, Helen Clare, Sid Buckman, and Billy Ternent and the Dance Orchestra are going to take you back through the years to 1923, just to see why.
Billy Ternent and the Dance
A programme in Dutch under the auspices of the Dutch Government.
Conductor, Ian Whyte
An episode in two scenes by Frank
Produced by John Cheatle
Folk song, and music for viola and piano
Kathleen Moore (soprano)
Alexander. Carmichael (baritone)
John Linn (viola)
A weekly summary by the Canadian Press of Canadian news, specially presented for Canadians in this country and read by Gerry Wihnot
(In collaboration with the CBC and the Canadian Press)
with Tony Morris and Norma Clarke