A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Ethel Waters, coloured vocalist
Popular artists and bands on gramophone records
Michaeloff and his Mazurka Orchestra
John Rorke with Ivor Dennis , as usual, at the piano
played by Patrick Piggott
Waltzes and marches on records
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati
Waltz from The Swan Lake
Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Koussevitzky
March from the Sixth Symphony
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert Waltz from the Fifth Symphony
Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert Waltz from The Sleeping Princess
with Len Berman , Joan Blackmore , Constance Carrodus , Mollie Wilkin son, Arthur Cox
Johnny Rosen and his Band Produced by Richard North
An ENSA concert for war-workers
Orchestra of the Welsh Guards
Conducted by Lieut. A. Chandler
This week's anniversaries presented by Christopher Stone and S. P. B. Mais, including a dramatisation of a historical event of the week
Produced by C. F. Meehan
John Linn (violin)
Angus MacQuarrie (piper)
and his Crosvenor House
Harry Roy and his Band
The fortieth of a series of concerts given by regiments of the Canadian Active Service Force in Great Britain
Edna Hatzfeld and Mark Strong on two pianos
Devised and arranged by Mark Strong
Conducted by Mr. Denis Plater
presented by 15-Lupino Lane
The last of a series of gramophone record programmes devised by Anna Instone
The twice-weekly radio magazine for men and women in Anti-Ai.rcraft and Balloon Barrage units
' Regimental round-up'
Bands, singers, comedians and people of interest from a Heavy Ack-Ack Regiment in the West of England visit the studio to show what they can do
Guest artists and novelty and interest features
Editors, Bill MacLurg and Howard Thomas
followed by National and Regional announcements
The Library at St. Michael's,
Canon E. H. Fellowes of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, is the librarian of St. Michael's and will tell you about this unique collection of music,
Performances of some of the music will be given by a group of singers and string players conducted by W. K. Stanton. The production is by Basil Douglas.
prepared by Neil Munro in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week fund and compered by Ronnie Waldman
Twelve further simple and entertaining problems including :
Hidden Nurse in Red Cross Convalescent Home
Community singing at the Cup Final
Spot the voice known to millions
Together with problems introduced by favourite radio artists-
Madge Elliott in ' The Tragedy of Black Bottom Valley'
Betty Ann Davies , Joan Swinstead , Ernest Thesiger , and Charles Hawtrey in excerpts from the new
Arthur Prince sets an ' our dummy friend's ' problem
Richard Greene and Valerie Hobson set ' Two lovely black lies '
Joan Crawford in a 3,500 mile proposal '
(A recording of last Saturday's broadcast)
The twelve correct answers in the Red Cross Radio Contest broadcast on July 26 and 28 were :
The £250 prize-money has been shared by the following listeners, all of whom submitted a correct entry : -
Mrs. W. Anderton, [address removed]
Knaresborough ; Mrs. Balleine, [address removed] Farnham ; D. S. Baugh , [address removed] Wolverhampton ; H. G. Boothby , [address removed] Highbury, N.1 ; Miss H. Colwell , [address removed] Hampstead, N.W.3; Mrs. W. J. Elward, [address removed] Bridgend ; Miss T. D. Fryer , [address removed]Bushey; L.A.C. Godfrey, 39, M.U.M.T. Section, R.A.F., Somewhere-in-Britain ; Miss L. Gray , [address removed] Shefford ; Mrs. A. D. Haine, [address removed] Blandford ; Miss J. Haines ,[address removed]; Mrs. Hammersley, [address removed] Wolverhampton ; Mrs. J. Inglis, [address removed] Cambridge ; Mrs. E. Lee, [address removed] Maidstone; R. Lister. [address removed]Hounslow ; J. T. R. Lockwood. [address removed] North Hykeham ; Mrs. McConnell, [address removed] Nottingham ; Mrs. C. Martin, [address removed]Sanderstead ; Miss P. Morrow , [address removed] Belfast ; Mrs. Moyes, [address removed]Palmers Green, N.13 ; A. Richards , [address removed] Bristol 4 ; Mrs. V. E. Taylor, [address removed] Oxford; S. A. Telfer , [address removed]Slough ; Mrs. E. Tucker, [address removed] Bristol ; E. Wharmby. [address removed] Mansfield ; Mrs. K. Willshaw, [address removed] Tun-stall ; Miss A. L. Yardley , [address removed] Birmingham ; Mrs. J. Chambers, [address removed]Frome.
The last day for posting your entry for this evening's E250 Radio Contest is Thursday, August 28. Address it to : 9250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
Miss T. D.
Miss A. L.
Harry Roy and his Band.
Johnny Claes and his Orchestra
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