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Cheerful gramophone records
Records of Myra Hess (piano)
Popular records of January 1935
Record programme of tunes and songs of /the stage, written and arranged by Roy Plomley
at the theatre organ
Two Victor Herbert Melodies :
I'm falling in love with someone Kiss me again
Conductor, Richard Crean
The lovable North-Country family in a new weekly series, with Wylie Watson as Mr. Plum, Beatrice Varley as Mrs. Plum, Clifford Bean as Uncle Ed, and Gabrielle Daye as Ruby, the maid. Written and produced by Max Kester , from the original idea by Sonny Miller.
Band of the Border Regiment. Conducted by Mr. J. L. Wallace
Mr. J. L.
Presented by Christopher Stone and S. P. B. Mais
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
and his Orchestra, with Dorothy Carless , Len -Camber, Jackie Hunter and George Evans
Lunch-hour entertainment for factory-workers, relayed from a factory somewhere in Britain
Prepared by Neil Munro in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund, with Ronnie Waldman as Master of Ceremonies. Entire entry fees devoted to the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund.
Twelve simple and amusing problems : Get a load of ' Black music', with Vic Oliver and Celia Lipton. Whip crack v. Wisecrack. Tauber or not Tauber. Look out in the black-out ! With a hundred pipers ? Splitting a comedian in two ! E250 in notes or waste paper ? Penny tin whistle. Locate that loco ! Topsy-turvy singer. Surprise item. Tintack teaser. (Specially recorded programme)
Last day for posting your entries is Thursday, January 15, and the address is £250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
at the theatre organ at 2.0
1—Devised by Jack Simpson and Sutherland Scott , with Jack Simpson , his Sextet, Betty Kent , and guest artists. Presented by David Miller
Percival Mackey and his Orchestra
Serenades on gramophone records
Tottenham Hotspur v. Reading. Commentary during the second half of the London League match, by Raymond Glendenning
Presented by Prince Littler with
Orchestra under the direction of Alfred Van Dam. From a theatre in the South
Devised by Dorothe Morrow with Three in Harmony, and the Rancheros. Musical arrangements by Don Felipe
Recorded review of this week's events at home and abroad. Produced by the BBC Recorded Programmes Department
The BBC opens a new club in the heart of London for men of the Merchant Service. When they reach London, they will find a welcome for them here. If they are at the other side of the world, they can tune in and join this fellowship of cheerful music and reminiscence. Once a week they will meet some of their shipmates, familiar characters, and new friends. Presented by Howard Thomas
National and Regional announcements
Devised by Jack Payne , with music selected by famous personalities, whose favourite melodies are played by Jack Payne with his Orchestra and artists
Programme for British Forces in Iceland
From an R.A.F. Station in the Midlands
with John McCormack
Programme for Irish men and women in the Forces, with L.A.G. Strong as compere, Gerald Moore at the piano, the BBC Men's Chorus, and the BBC Orchestra, conducted by Leslie Woodgate. Written by L.A.G. Strong, and presented by Ronald Waldman and Leslie Baily
L. A. G.
L. A. G.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
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