A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Millicent Phillips, Britain's girl soprano.
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records.
played by the BBC Variety Orchestra
Leader, Frank Cantell
Conductor, Charles Shadwell with Helen Clare
'Known tunes are the sweetest'
on gramophone records
Nancy Evans (contralto)
Dick Spencer and Ethel Williams
An ENSA concert for war workers with a guest artist and Arthur Salisbury and the Savoy Hotel Orchestra
Arthur Salisbury and the Savoy Hotel
Singing heroine of the screen on gramophone records
Raymond Glendenning introduces songs, scenes, and stories of the show business in wartime with Peter Yorke and his Concert Orchestra.
Peter Yorke and his Concert
Played by George Melachrino and his Music
George Melachrino and his
A hill-billy programme featuring Hamilton Kennedy and the Westerners.
Hamilton Kennedy and the
with Jack Plant
Mantovani and his
Some records of good jazz.
with Jock Elrick and his Music-Makers
Jock Elrick and his
Conductor, Ernest Slack
March: Fortune's smile - Greenwood
Selection: The talisman - Balfe
Maid of the mist - de Vere
Excerpts from H.M.S. Pinafore - Sullivan
Ollerton Colliery Silver
at the theatre organ
Selection: Rio Rita - Tierrey
So deep is the night - Melfi
Clown with a tambourin - Ewing
Smilin' thru' - Penn
Buffoon - Confrey
from a theatre in the West
(by permission of Concatinen Films, Ltd.) in a new adventure series adapted for broadcasting by James Parish from the well-known stories by Leslie Charteris
[Starring] Terence de Marney
Adapted for broadcasting by:
With the same amazing cast, including:
Haver and Lee, Jacques Brown, Doris Nichols, and the BBC Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
Devised by Max Kester
The BBC Dance
Presented by James Moody with the Three in Harmony
Variety from a Northern theatre
sung by Laurence Holmes (baritone)
Laurence Holmes was born in Western Canada. He lived out there in the wilds until he was five years of age and then came to live in Northern Ontario. He came to England for his education, returned to Canada, and studied with Dr. Albert Ham at the Toronto Conservatoire, and then in England with Plunket Greene before going abroad to finish his musical education in Paris. He made his radio debut at Savoy Hill.
Records of armchair music
and his Music with Julie Dawn and Cherry Simmonds
Van Straten and his
playing light, quiet music.