to the Irrperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by ' REVEILLE! '
Cheerful gramophone records
Records of Grace Moore, screen soprano
Popular records of January 1935
Records of tunes from the talkies past, present, and future. News and gossip' from the film studios. Arranged and presented by Charles Maxwell
Conductor, Richard Crean
Recording of last Thursday's broadcast
Blackball Colliery Band. Conductor, Wilfred Dawson
Presented by Christopher Stone and S. P. B. Mais
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
from a ballroom in the West
Lunch-time entertainment for factory workers, relayed from a factory somewhere in Britain
Mixed grill of artists from Lancashire and Yorkshire on records, arranged and presented by Wilfred Pickles and Sam Hartley
and the scene it might suggest. Pictured by Ernest Dudley
The first Saturday after the New Year finds the Silver Sporran crowded with amusing people. Dancing is in progress to the Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ronnie Munro. Master of Ceremonies, Tom Dawson
Jack White 's Band under the direction of Jack Lennox
Commentary during the second half of one of the important games of the day
Tour of the gen-u-ine Wild West, conducted by Roy Plomley. Record programme written and arranged by G. F. Gray Clarke
Devised by Dorothe Morrow , with the Three in Harmony and the Rancheros. Musical arrangements by Don Felipe. Presented by Norah Neale
Recorded review of this week's events at home and abroad. Produced by the BBC Recorded Programmes Department
First of a new weekly series for the Merchant Navy. Specially built for world-wide broadcast to link together the Merchant Navy men wherever they may be. Cheerful music, with Merchant Navy news and personalities. Presented by Howard Thomas
National and Regional announcements
Radio ' jollificasion '. Billy Cotton and his Band, with Alan Breeze and Dolly Elsie. The Green Sisters. Chapter I of ' Jazz Novelette ': serial story in song featuring Helen Clare and Bernard Hunter. Devised, produced, and compered by Philip Brown
This evening the Whoopee Club opens its doors for the first time to members. All yor have to do to become one is to own a radio receiver and pay your licence. And the Club, it is rumoured, has a magical detector to find out if you have not paid your licence !
Each week Philip Brown will feature a different band at the Club, complete with vocalists and visiting artists. A regular attraction will be ' Jazz Novelette ', a serial story told in song, which will include dance tunes old and new. Philip Brown has written ' Jazz Novelette ', and has arranged to stop each week at some enthralling moment. Bernard Hunter and Helen Clare are to be hero and heroine of thrs romantic tale.
Eddie Lisbona has written the Club's new and very special signature tune.
post that mentions
Favourite pieces from the repertoire of the BBC Scottish Orchestra. Conductor, Ian Whyte
with Jimmy O'Dea and Barbara Mullen
Programme specially recorded for Irish men and women in the Forces. Compere, Joe Linnane. Singer, John Lynskey. Writer, Harry O'Donovan. BBC Revue Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum.
By this time many listeners have made a point of tuning in to "Irish Half-Hour" every week, and Jimmy O'Dea and Barbara Mullen, who are in the show every other week, are becoming old microphone friends to thousands.
Jimmy O'Dea is Ireland's No. 1 comedian. He has been broadcasting for years. Harry Donovan, who writes all his scripts, has been his partner for fifteen years, 'with no contract other than a handshake'. In the right mood Jimmy, with his attractive brogue, will talk for hours about his early days on the stage. He has the gift, possessed by only, a few, of changing laughter to a lump in the throat with the slightest gesture or grimace
Barbara Mullen was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and although her parents were natives of the Isle of Aran, she first saw the island when she was sixteen. She stayed there for two years and came to London at eighteen to study as an actress. The name part in "Jeannie" at Wyndham's in 1940 won for her the recognition she deserves.
BBC Revue Orchestra and
Programme of gramophone records
Another episode in the thrilling adventures of a London taxi-driver, by Cyril Campion , with Jerry Verno as Shorty, the driver Produced by Jacques Brown
to the Imperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by ' DANCING TIME 1
Famous bands playing popular dance music on gramophone records