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 on gramophone records
followed by Programme Parade
Details of some of today's broadcasts
Damau difyr at y bore
Sef, pennill ac englyn a chan, gydag ambell stori ddigrif
Y rhaglcn dan ofal John Griffiths
(A Welsh light programme)
played by Gilbert Stacey and his Sextet
Gilbert Stacey began his musical career as solo chorister at Lichfield Cathedral, and played the organ for services there at the age of thirteen. Later he studied in Paris under d'Indy. After the last war he became musical director to John Tiller, Max Darewski, Ernest Rolls, Albert de Courville, and other leading managers, and conducted at two Royal Command performances before King George V. His sextet has broadcast regularly since its formation over four years ago.
Gilbert Stacey and his
Today's anniversaries presented by Christopher Stone and S. P. B. Mais
S. P. B.
A lunch-time concert presented to their fellow-workers by members of the staff of a large munition works
' somewhere in England '
Arranged and presented by Victor Smythe
(A recording of last night's broadcast)
Tenor-horn solos played by Sam Rushworth
with Dorothe Morrow
played by H. Robinson Cleaver at the theatre organ
Talks for the armed Forces on current events and current affairs.
4.40 West Midlands by Godfrey Baseley.
4.50 South Wales by J. C. Griffith Jones
J. C. Griffith
with Dorothy Carless , Len Camber ,
Jackie Hunter , and George Evans
followed by National and Regional announcements
with Ronnie Munro his girl friends and the Scottish Variety Orchestra
Presented by Tom Dawson
Expert advice on popular games
I-Snooker, simplified by Joe Davis , World Champion
Lesson 4-' Stun and sere* shots '
A weekly summary of Australian news, specially presented for Australians in this country and read by Colin Wills
with Roy Rich
Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen-
What's your favourite melody ?
Tell Roy Rich the title on a post-. card addressed to.: ' Record Time ', Broadcasting House, London, W.I.
I-Scott and Whaley
The first of a new series in which well-know+n artists of the stage, music-hall, and films will entertain you and tell the story behind their successful partnerships
Presented by'C. F. Meehan
The partnership to open this series -surely one of Mike Meehan 's happiest ideas-is one of the longest and one of the happiest on the stage: a partnership that has lasted for well over thirty years. Today they have little sons much of an age, these two famous coloured comedians who make you laugh and once had to hobo because they hadn't a penny in the world.
The story of no partnership to be featured in this series can be more human than that of Harry Scott and Eddie Whaley , for it is a story of courage, pathos, comedy, and tears.
played by Harry Roy and his Band
Conductor, Harry Mortimer
Famous bands playing popular dance tunes on gramophone records