A cheerful selection of gramophone records
A weekly ration of records made by America's Crooner Number One
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment en gramophone records
played by Arthur Dulay and his Cameo
Dance music and songs for the housewife on gramophone records
Fifteen minutes' Variety with Helen Hill , Frederick Gregory ,
Emmie Joyce , Jack Clarke
Presented by Reginald Smith
The fall of the blues
Contrived by Bob Johnson and Charles Dunn , with Barton and Breach, Winnie Collins , Jim Sherry , Violet Carson , Wilfred Pickles , and Alan Holmes and his
Produced by Richard North
Played by Edith Gunthorpe and Cecil Baumer
Leader, Jean Pougnet
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
Compered by Martyn C. Webster
The Norris Stanley Sextet
The programme arranged and conducted by Reginald Burston
played by Sidney Torch at the theatre organ
An entertainment from ' somewhere in England '
to the music of Irving Berlin
Eileen Ralph was born in Perth, Western Australia. She began her musical studies at an early age and gained an Associated Board Scholar-. ship at sixteen. At the Royal Academy of Music she won distinctions for piano, singing, and composition, including the Macfarren Gold Medal.
Miss Ralph gave her first recital at the Wigmore Hall in 1934. She has since broadcast many times, and has appeared at orchestral and other important concerts in the provinces. She specialises in the performance of contemporary music.
Variations on a favourite theme sung by Norman Walker (bass) and the Wilton Singers
The Fleet Air Arm by an officer who has. been recently serving in an aircraft carrier
. v with Harry Farmer (organ)
Jack Moss (drums)
Jimmy Leach (piano) and Bettie Bucknelle
Compere, David Miller
A weekly summary of Australian news, specially presented for Australians in ihis country and read by Colin Wills
Geraldo and his Orchestra
From Piccadilly to Dixie and back again, all in the space of half-an-hour
Jimmy Dyrenforth will conduct the tour with Gerry Fitzgerald and George James as passengers
The Georgia Crackers and BBC Revue Orchestra will be conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Commere, Adelaide Hall
Variety from a Northern theatre
A programme of listeners' requests presented by R. E. Kingsley and played by the BBC Military Band
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
singing Irish songs
James McCafferty has been regularly on the air since. August, 1922, and was the first artist to broadcast from Belfast in 1924. On the advice of the late
H. Plunket Greene , with whom he studied for six years, he devoted himself to the study of Irish songs. McCafferty has broadcast in the U.S.A. and Canada and is at present working on the script of an Irish film. He has earned for himself the reputation of being one of the foremost interpreters of Irish songs.