A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Patricia Rossborough , the English jazz pianist
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
played by Jack Frere and his London Coliseum Orchestra
Today's anniversaries recalled by Christopher Stone
Records of music from the London theatre, past and present
at the theatre organ
Five minutes of Army requests
No. 26-Bunny Doyle
The interviewer-Wilfred Pickles
Produced by Richard North
A programme of carefree entertainment, dedicated to the Forces and workers of Great Britain, devised and compered by Carroll Levis Produced by Tom Ronald
Another in the series of programmes designed for Canadian Forces in Great Britain, and featuring personal messages from Canadian families to their relations in the Canadian Active
Arranged in collaboration with the Canadian Legion War Services and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
sung by Freda Townson (contralto)
The woodpigeon The owl
Lovers in the lane
If no one ever marries me If I built a world for you Thoughts have wings
Everybody who is fond of singing knows the song ' 0 tell me, nightingale ' and the song-cycle ' In a Persian Garden ', but few remember the composer of these as one of the leading sopranos of the closing years of the last century.
Born in London in 1862 of an artistic and intellectual family, Liza Lehmann studied singing with many masters, and during her public career of ten years she rose to the top of her profession. In 1894 she married Herbert Bedford , the composer, abandoned the concert platform, and devoted herself to composition. At the end of two years' study she amazed her friends by producing her first and most famous song-cycle, ' In a Persian Garden '.
with Dorothy Carless , Len Camber ,
Jackie Hunter , and George Evans
Conducted by Mr. Meredith Roberts
Selection : The New Moon Romberg Slow March of the Royal Regiment of Artillery
played by Wynford Reynolds and his Orchestra
at the theatre organ
Wing time-waltz time-swing time
and his Orchestra
A recording of a broadcast made at the Roseland Ballroom, New York City, on July 19, 1939
The ninth set of questions of general knowledge and general interest, sent in by members of the Forces, and answered impromptu by a panel of celebrities, including
Professor Harold Laski
Commander A. B. Campbell
Dr. Julian S. Huxley
Professor C. E. M. Joad
Professor E. N. Da C.Andrade
The question master, Donald McCullough
Presented by Howard Thomas and Douglas Cleverdon
The ' Brains Trust ' is putting a very strong team in the field this afternoon. The three regular experts will be strongly reinforced by two distinguished professors, Harold Laski, expert on political science, and C. N. da C. Andrade, the physicist, who says that one of his hobbies is the collection of useless knowledge ! Some of it should prove useful today.
Commander A. B.
Dr. Julian S.
Professor C. E. M.
Professor E. N.
with Anona Winn , Tommy Brandon , Nan Coton , a composer in uniform, Victor Parker , and Geraldo and his
'The harp that once through Tara's halls'
The story of the harp in Ireland
Arranged by Sam Henry
A weekly summary by the Canadian Press, specially prepared for Canadians overseas, and read by Gerry Wilmot (in collaboration with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the Canadian Press)
played by the Pioneers' Dance Band
in ' The Laugh Trail'
A new series by Con West
Music by Hero de Ranee
No. 3-' Seeing stars at the film studio'
Follow the adventures of Detectives Cuthbert and Pussyfoot, the human bloodhounds, on the scent from week to week
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Produced by Harry S. Pepper
with BBC Revue Orchestra
Conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen , of ' Crazy Gang' and ' Oi ' fame, first met as soldiers in the last war. Years later they met again in a touring show. Then they became a Variety act, and made a book at the races during weeks out. A Variety agent booked the bookies for a week at the Argyle, Birkenhead. George Black in particular saw that they never looked back.
They have been heard already this week, on Sunday in the recorded broadcast of Music-Hall.