A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Dick Powell , the American screen star and singer
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
played by Fred Hartley and his Music
Today's anniversaries recalled by Christopher Stone
Favourite double acts on gramophone records
with Esther Coleman (soprano)
Esther Coleman studied at the Guildhall School of Music and has given over three hundred broadcasts, her repertoire ranging from Bach to ballads.
She is frequently heard on the air under her other name of Diana Clare , having sung for Carroll Gibbons , Henry Hall , and Eugene Pini 's Tango Orchestra, and in the popular series ' Soft Lights and Sweet Music ', in which she was singing announcer. In June last year she showed her versatility by starring in The Backward Glance, a radio play telling the life-story of a woman.
No. 22-Tessie O'Shea
The interviewer, Wilfred Pickles
Produced by Richard North
with Gerry Fitzgerald , BBC Revue Chorus, and A. H. Morgan 's Rhythmic
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
A programme of listeners' requests presented by R. E. Kingsley and played by BBC Military Band
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
played by Stanley Miller at the theatre organ
The tenth of a series of concerts given by regiments of the Canadian Active Service Force in Great Britain
and the Cuban Caballeros with Helen Clare (soprano)
sung by Norman Stone (tenor)
As I walked through the meadows ;
The briary bush ; and I'm seventeen come Sunday arr. Cecil Sharp
The cheerful hom arr. Lucie Broadwood
A radio magazine with sports, news, interest, and entertainment for men in Anti-Aircraft, Balloon Barrage, and Searchlight units
Today's edition includes
' Running your own magazine '
Hints for amateur journalists by the well-known columnist,
Captain Cuttle's ' Sports quiz '
,, What shall I be ?-a guide to postwar careers
Murray and Mooney-üur guest stars (Even their relations think they're funny) with Stop press items, musical features, and contributions by men in Ack-Ack and Beer-Beer units
Editors, Bill MacLurg and Howard Thomas
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
at the theatre organ
Selection: Jerome Kern melodies
Jack Dowle was sub-organist at St. Peter's Church, Cranley Gardens , at the age of eleven. Four years ago he was appointed assistant to Harold Ramsay at the Granada, Tooting. He was a member of the original ' Eight-Piano Symphony ' and a member for some time of the famous Rhythm Symphony
Orchestra, of which he was part-founder.
Between 1937 and 1939 he toured
Union Cinemas in a team of all-star theatre organists. In the latter year he was appointed to the Kingstonon-Thames Regal and has given many broadcasts from there.
(Chairman of the Nether Backwash Rural District Council, etc., etc.) returns to the Bench
Robb Wilton as Mr. Muddlecombe, with Ernest Sefton as Mr. (E-what-a-to-do !) Battersbum
Produced by Max Kester
Dorothy Dickson in the songs and the story of the famous
Winter Garden success
(A recording of the programme broadcast on August 19, 1940)
Book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and Clifford Grey. Music by Jerome Kern. Ballet music by Victor Herbert with Charles Heslop , Dick Francis , Reginald Purdell , Doris Nichols , Vera Lennox , Dudley Rolph , Clarence Wright , and Sylvia Marriott
BBC Chorus and augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Compere, John Watt. Script and production by Gordon Crier
with The Blue Pencils
An A.A. Brigade concert party front
' somewhere in the South '
Produced by Captain T. Y. Benyon ,
Captain T. Y.
A weekly summary by the Canadian Press of Canadian news, specially presented for the Canadians in this country and read by Gerry Wilmot
(In collaboration with the CBC and the Canadian Press)