A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Charlie Kunz and his smooth piano rhythm
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
followed by Programme Parade
Details of some of today's broadcasts
with Helen Hill
Accompanied by the Dance Orchestra conducted by Billy Ternent Presented by Michael North
A programme of his music
BBC Singers I
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Part song: The Western lands Spiritual: Nobody knows Part song: Fair and true
Scottish traditional song: Wha'll be
King but Charlie ?
Irish traditional song: The green bushes
Folk songs: The brisk young widow; and Low down in the broom
Traditional song: Ten green bottles
of pre-talkie days
A programme of gramophone records devised by Ronald Hilbome
A luncheon appetiser with Scottish Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Ronnie Munro
Presented by Tom Dawson
This week's anniversaries presented by Christopher Stone and S. P. B.
Mais including a dramatisation of a historical event in the week
Produced by C. F. Meehan
with readings and interludes
Robert Burnett (baritone)
James Gibson (reader)
Arthur Hedges (piccolo)
played by Charles Smart at the theatre organ
The twenty-fourth of a series of concerts given by regiments of the Canadian Active Service Force in Great Britain
The Winter Garden Orchestra under the direction of Tom Jenkins with Anne Ziegler in a tea-time programme
Welshmen on parade in film and theatre successes with Mary Maddock
Strings in Harmony and The Torch Singers with Mai Jones and Frank Davison at the pianos
A programme of gramophone records
Previous broadcasts in this series have dealt in turn with the work of each section at an orchestra. This final broadcast will illustrate the work of the orchestra as a whole.
A radio magazine with sports, news, interest, and entertainment for meh in Anti-Aircraft, Balloon Barrage, and Searchlight units
Today's edition includes both old favourites and new features, with stop press items, guest stars, and contributions by men in Ack-Ack, Beer-Beer units
Editors, Bill MacLurg and Howard Thomas
followed by National and Regional announcements
E250 Red Cross Radio Contest
Twelve more amusing sound problems set by Neil Munro in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund, with Ronald Waldman as master of ceremonies
The 9100 prize for the April Red Cross radio contest was won by Miss Leonie Thompson , Teneriffe Villas , Hawarden, near Chester. This is the first time in the story of ' Prize Puzzle Corner ' that a woman has swept the board.
The twelve'correct answers were:
This sixth contest is a special edition celebrating the raising of the prize to 2250.
with ' Slipstream'
A camp concert performed and presented by members of the R.A.F. from ' somewhere in England '
Harry Parry 's Radio Rhythm Club
In Charles Chilton 's absence as an aircraftman in the Royal Air Force the Radio Rhythm Club is being run by the club's Sextet leader, clarinettist Harry Parry. Quite recently it was announced on the air that he is reserving a night for amateur and semi-professional swingsters to show before the microphone what they can do. As a result he has received close on one thousand applications. Even more recently he has held an audition to select the best six for the actual broadcast some time in June.
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)
and his Band, with Harry Davis featuring Beryl Davis , Diane, Ken Beaumont , Jan Zalski , and Eddie Palmer with his novachord
at the theatre organ
G. T. Pattman , who broadcast over thirty times on the BBC theatre organ, must be one of the very few theatre organists who was previously organist at a cathedral. He was for twelve years at St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow, up to 1915. Pattman wa3 one of the first to tour the halis with an organ specially built for the purpose. He has held appointments at most of the West-End cinemas.