to the Imperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by 'REVEILLE!'
Cheerful gramophone records
Records of Ella Fitzgerald , American singing star
six years ago
Popular records of February 1936
Helen T. MacMillan (soprano); Allan MacRitchie (tenor) ; and Florence MacBride (violin)
Recording of last Saturday's broadcast
Casino Players, with Esther Coleman
Reg. Pursglove and his Band
Rousing choruses on gramophone records
ENSA concert for war-workers, with Ted Andrews and Barbara, and Charles Brnesco and his Sextet
Recording of last night's broadcast by John Hilton
The art of public speaking in six record lessons. Devised and written (not very seriously) by Ronald Hil home
(By permission of the Officer Commanding). Conducted by Captain J. Causley Windram , Director of Music, Coldstream Guards
Harry Leader and his Band
Happy, informal, half-hour of songs and music by Canadian soldiers, sailors, and airmen from a famous Canadian Forces Club in the South. Master of Ceremonies, Gerry Wilmot
Six talks on the hobby, by Keith Macdonald. 3—'The stamp collector's outfit and the care and arrangement of stamps '
presented with gramophone records by Dennis Noble
3-Further selection of poetry written by men serving with the fighting forces in the war
5-' Haul, boys, haul ! ' The Devon fishing fleet, the tales they told and the songs they sang, this is the theme of today's programme in the series arranged by Dr. Thomas Wood and Trevor Harvey. You hear Walter Bames, of Brixham, who knows deep-water fishing as well as any man ever did, Henry Cummings and the West of England Folk-Song Singers, conducted by Trevor Harvey , and Phil Green accompanies on his accordion
National and Regional announcements
Requests designed to unite members of the Forces with their relatives and friends at home
25—Cricket : George Herbert Hirst recalls some of the high lights of a record-breaking career.
from "The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder', by Edgar Wallace. Adapted for broadcasting by Hugh Stewart. Produced by Fred O'Donovan
Ras Lal Punjabi:
Mr J G Reeder:
Programme of listeners' requests, presented by Tom Dawson , and played by the BBC Military Band. Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
Variety from a Northern theatre
in ' It's That Man Again'
Series of gramophone programmes. Chosen and presented by members of H.M. Forces
and his Orchestra, with Dorothy Carless , Len Camber , George Evans , Three Boys and a Girl, and the Singing Troubadour
to the Imperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by FELTON RAPLEY at the theatre organ