A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Danny Malone , the popular Irish tenor
Popular artists -and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
A weekly review in English of Indian news and affairs, presented in collaboration with All India Radio
Varied items specially designed for the Indian troops
Played by Alan Paul and Ivor Dennis on two pianos
A programme of intimate music in and out of rhythm
Presented by David Miller
with Tommy Moss the popular North-Country comedian
The Vagabond Lover
The Prime Minister of Mirth and other star artists
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Presented by John Sharman
(A recording of last night's broadcast)
2—'The mystery of God ' .
The Rev. Father John Murray , S.J.
played by Van Straten and his Music
A gramophone panorama of the tunes and shows of yesterday
They cheered us on our way
Written and presented by Charles Brewer
given by Joan Hammond (soprano)
Leslie England (piano) and Jack Mackintosh (comet) with BBC Symphony Orchestra
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
Introduced by Lionel Gamlin
From a West-Country concert hall
interviews well-known personalities
An entertainment presented by an I.T.C. Concert Party on the occasion of one of the weekly Sunday afternoon tea parties organised by a Lord Mayor for members of H.M.
Forces and their families
Host, the Lord Mayor
J. E. Barton
Commander A. B. Campbell
J. B. S. Haldane
Julian Huxley and C. E. M. Joad
An impromptu programme of answers to listeners' questions
With Donald McCullough as the question-master
Presented by Howard Thomas and Douglas Cleverdon
J. B. S.
C. E. M.
followed by Interlude: records
with Pat Kirkwood
Mantovani and his Orchestra
' Services Spotlight'
Compere, Gerry Wilmot
From a dance hall
Surveying some of the week's news as it is seen from London, and including reviews of new films by Lilian Duff
Community hymn-singing from an R.A.F. station in the Midlands
Conducted by Dr. W. K. Stanton ,.
Padre Orpwood, and Padre Blow
Sing we triumphant hymns of praise ; Be thou my guardian ; The head that once was crown'd with thorns ; Holy Father, in thy mercy; Light's abode, celestial Salem ; All hail th& power of Jesu's name ; Rejoice ! The Lord is King
Dr. W. K.
Clifford and Marion, Gwen Catley , Hetty King , Hal Swain and his Swing Sisters, Murray and Mooney and Harry Korris as Mr. Lovejoy, assisted by Cecil Frederick and Robbie Vincent
The Happidrome Orchestra and Chorus
Produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
with a postscript by Vernon Bartlett
Vernon Bartlett , M.P. for the Bridgwater Division of Somerset, since 1938, was cut out to write and talk about foreign affairs. He knew the Continent at first hand from his youth, travelled over a large area of it, lived with families in four different countries, was wounded at Hill 60 in the last war, and was one of Reuter's representatives at the Peace Conference. From that day he took an interest in foreign affairs. From 1922 to 1932 he was London representative of the League of Nations Secretariat, and so came into broadcasting and fame. For two years he gave regular talks on foreign affairs, and then joined the News Chronicle as diplomatic correspondent-a position he still holds.
with The Scottish Variety Orchestra
Directed by Ronnie Munro
From a concert hall in the West of Scotland
' King of kings'
Psalm xcvii ; St. Luke xxiv, 44-53 ;
The head that once was crown'd with thorns (A. and M. 301); Psalm xxiv, 9 and 10