Twenty-five minutes in the band room with Billy Tement , the Dance Orchestra, and a few friends, including
Frederick Gregory , Luanne Shaw ,
Guy Verney , and Graham Payn
Commere, Diana Morrison
Devised and written by Harry Alan
Produced by Tom Ronald
Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen-what's your favourite melody ? Tell us the title and as many as can be got into half-an-hour will be plaved to you by Roy Rich
Address your postcards, marked ' Record Time ' in the top left-hand corner, to the BBC, Broadcasting House, W.I.
I bring to you a love song ...
Trying to tell you all that it knows All that a heart dare not speak Songs may sing
A romantic half-hour of records with Your Radio Romeo
It may well be said that the boys of the Forces more than deserve the plethora of programmes that are devoted to them. But what about the girls, who see in their sailor or soldier or airman something ideal and romantic which they would like to hear expressed in music ? Here is a programme for them. And if they only knew who their Radio Romeo really is, 'what a mail he would get!
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