A cheerful selection of records
Records of Ralph Reader and his
Popular artists and bands 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
When God of old (A. and M. 154
Lesson: Isaiah xi, 1-5
Anthem: Come, Holy Ghost (Atttvood)
Address by the Dean of Bristol
Holy Spirit, make us strong (S.P.
and his Orchestra with Dorothy Carless , Len Camber ,
Jackie Hunter , and George Evans
Devised by Dorothe Morrow with the Three in Harmony and the Hula Players
Compère, David Miller
Presented by Douglas Lawrence
Songs at the piano
A gramophone panorama of the tunes and shows of yesterday. Written and arranged by Dudley Scholte
with Issy Bonn
Harold Ramsay and his Lovely
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Compere, Philip Slessor
Presented by John Sharman
(A recording of last night's broadcast)
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
A nautical programme
3—'The mystery of the world '
The Rev. Father John Murray , S.J.
played by Al Collins and his Dance Band
Another of the popular request programmes for the Services, this time arranged to unite the Canadian Forces with their friends and faariilies at home in the Dominion
from a theatre in the North
interviews well-known personalities
Conducted by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Paul de Labilliere, D.D., Dean of Westminster
0 God, our help in ages past (A. and M.165 ; S.P. 598)
Anthem by the choir of Westminster
All people that on earth do dwell (A. and M. 166 ; S.P. 443)
The placing of the Legion's wreath The Last Post Reveille
Resident experts: Julian S. Huxley Cyril E. M. Joad
Commander A. B. Campbell
Presented by Howard Thomas and Douglas Cleverdon
Cyril E. M.
Commander A. B.
followed by Interlude: records
with Polly Ward
Jack Leon 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 and an Epilogue conducted by J. N. Eva and the Rev. Douglas Gibson , from a Methodist church in the South-
Campbell and Wise, Billy Mayerl , Dorothy Ward , George Doonan , Norman Allin , 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 F. C. Hooper
with Adelaide Hall
The Three Chimes
The Georgia Crackers
Augmented BBC Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Tement
Presented by James Dyrenforth
I [ere is an old favourite back again-the series that took its name from a flying-boat which hopped from Piccadilly to Dixie to get good song3, found Adelaide Hall on the second trip. and brought her back. See the article about her on page 8. That supreme lord of idiocy, Oliver Wake field, who first made his radio name with Henry Hall , is back again on the Piccadixie, too.
Listeners should be glad that this famous flying-boat, which was lent to the Government, had to be returned because a flying-boat without an engine is rather useless. Jimmy Dyrenforth and his troupe are busy repairing it and re-fitting it.
Come, Holy Ghost (A. and M. 157) Galatians v, 13-25
Come down, 0 Love divine (S.P.
Romans viii, 14
Some sentimental songs on gramoi phone records
Paul Robeson (bass)
Leader, Jean Pougnet
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater