4-' In the Trades.' Stanley Slade , who has been at sea all his life and knows blue water, square-rigged ships, their ways and their men, talks about the forebitters they sang in the Trades, when the watch could take their ease on deck and sing for their own pleasure. Henry Cum mings and the BBC Men's Chorus, conducted by Trevor Harvey , sing the songs, and Reg Manus accompanies them on his accordion. Programme arranged by Dr. Thomas Wood and Trevor Harvey
Fifty officers and men of the Merchant Navy, newly arrived from the sea, are the BBC's guests today at its Merchant Navy Club in London. Girls from a West-End show welcome them with the hostess, Chief Stewardess Doris Hare , Debroy Somers and his Band, Uriel Porter singing sea songs. Eric Cole , and a star or two from ' Gangway' at the London Palladium are there to entertain them. Special features for club members at sea : ' Ship's newspaper ' and ' Hello, shipmates'. If you belong to the Merchant Service, this is your club, your programme. ' When you're at sea-tune in ; when you're in port — call in'. Contributions by Maurice Watts. Presented by Howard Thomas. (Specially recorded)
Radio jollificasion Henry Hall and his Orchestra. Evelyn Dove. Chapter 4 of ' Jazz Novelette', serial story in song, with Helen Clare and Bernard Hunter. Devised, produced, and compered by Philip Brown
' Campus Cutie ' : another mammoth million-dollar epic from the Drearitone Studios. Hollywood burlesque, devised and written by Roy Plomley. Produced by Frederick Piffard. Cast includes Cecile Chev reau, Clive Baxter , Roy Plomley , and Gerry Wilmot
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