to the Imperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by 'REVEILLE !'
Cheerful gramophone records
Records of Al and Bob Harvey , Canadian entertainers
Popular records of December 1938
Programme of gramophone records
Darnau difyr at y bore, sef pennill ac englyn a chan, gydag ambell stori ddigrif. Y rhaglen dan ofal John Griffiths. (Welsh light programme)
London Studio Players, directed by Albert Sandier
Presented by Christopher Stone and S. P. B. Mais
11—Gramophone records of the music of Bizet
Ornithological exhibition by the BBC Men's Chorus, conducted by Trevor Harvey. Soloist, Victor Utting. At the piano, John Wills
The Three Crows Cock Robin L'alouette
The Three Ravens
My dame hath a lame, tame crane The Nightingale The Turtle-dove
Old Macdougal had a farm
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, relayed from a factory somewhere in Britain
No. 70-Harry Gordon. The interviewer, Richard North
Programme of fretted instrument records, written and arranged by A. P. Sharpe
Popular old Welsh songs, sung by Ethel Gomer Lewis (soprano), Sal Thomas (contralto), and Ivor John (tenor). Welsh Light Orchestra, conducted by Idris Lewis. Programme produced by Sam Jones and Idris Lewis
Florence de Jong at the theatre organ
Florence de Jong, the first woman organist to broadcast, record and play at Command Performances, is just back from the Rhondda Valley where she has been giving a series of concerts for the Distressed Area Fund. She will shortly be doing a season at Walton-on-Thames before going on tour. Today is her mother's birthday and she hopes to play one or two of her favourite melodies. Florence's signature tune is ' Passing Thoughts
Noveltv numbers and solo pieces, played' by the BBC Variety
Orchestra, conductor, Charles Shad well, with Mervyn Saunders
Recording of last Thursday's broadcast
Directed by Jack Colhngs
Doris Arnold brings you some more gramophone records of ' classic' songs and melodies that you know and love
National and Regional announcements
Golf, simplified by Henry Cotton , with Raymond Glendenning as the ' Average Player '. Lesson 3-' On to the green'
Jack McGuire presents the week's news from home for New Zealanders in this country
.Weekly summary of Australian news, specially presented for Australians in this country and read by George Ivan Smith
Devised by Peter Cresswell , and presented by him to, for, about (and largely by the personnel of), the Royal Navy. Produced by Peter Creswell and Peter Watts
Items include: 'We joined the Navy, by Sub-Lieutenant Gerald Pawle , R.N.V.R. : Part 2—' Things are not what they seem '
' What's the buzz ? ' Questions of Naval interest answered by the Briny Trust, organised by Cadet-Rating J. B. G. Thomas and (misre-)presented by his shipmates
' The ship's concert' : a survey of talent on board H.M.S. ' Incredible '
' Ordinary Seaman " Tug " Wilson writes home', by Sub-Lieutenant Eric D. Todd , R.N.V.R.
Sports summary ; The ' Squeegee'
Band ; Singing Wrens ; The ' Line-Shooter ', etc. Original numbers by Ordinary Signalman Geoffrey Wright. Other contributors : Leading Writer Roland Blackburn , Leading Writer Nelson Linklatcr , Assistant Instructor W. G. Hutchison , Ordinary Seaman A. F. Dakin
Sub-Lieutenant Eric D.
with Roy Rich
in ' Odes and Ends'. First of a new weekly series with Betty Astell , Frederick Burtwell , and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent. Produced by Ronald Waldman
Harry Parry has invited to the studio two teams to be quizzed on their jazz knowledge
to the Imperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by FRED HARTLEY and his music