Cheerful gramophone records
Records of Alexander Kipnis (bass)
five years ago
Popular records of June 1937
Records taken at random from the rack
and his Versatile Five, with Mary Pollock (soprano)
at the organ of the Regal, Beekenham
Special recordmg of last Tuesday's broadcast of sentimental songs, sung and played by Aircraftman Harry Evans. Produced by Leslie Bridg mcnt
played by the BBC Military Band, conducted by William J. Matthews
The story of the American jazz singer, Mildred Bailey. Written and presented by James Holloway
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain. (Recorded)
Chorus songs on .gramophone records
Primo Scala 's Accordion Band, under the direction of Harry Bidgood
and his Orchestra, from Claridge's Hotel, London
Second of a series of gramophone programmes devised by Graham WaUins
and her Ladies Dance Orchestra
at the theatre organ-' A musical tour of London '
Twice-weekly radio magazine for and by men and girls in Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Barrage units. Entertainment, interest, and news features, service gossip and guest stars. Editor, Bill MacLurg
National and Regional announcements
by Cyril Campion. Fifth episode in a new series of specially recorded adventures of two newspaper boys, with Harry Fowler and Leslie Adams as the boys. Devised and produced by Jacques Brown
5—' The Fishermen '. Written by Walter Barnes. Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
presents John Kirby. The famous coloured band-leader discusses jazz in an interview with William Newton , illustrated by records of John Kirby 's '
Orchestra. (Special , made in New York)
New series, planned for the special entertainment of civilians and men of the Army and Royal Air Force who are listening together. Elizabeth Cowell introduces the items, which vary from week to week
This evening ' Rhapsody in Black ' : Jimmy Dyrenforth , with the help of Evelyn Dove , Ike Hatch , Worthy and Jarrett, the Revue Chorus and the augmented Dance Orchestra, directed by Billy Ternent , brings you a pattern of the music and comedy that the Negroes have given to the world
Conductor, Harry Mortimer
' Life is a boundless privilege' : the Optimists. 'Life is a waste of wearisome hours ' : the. Pessimists. Presented by Arthur Spencer
General editor. Robert Barr. Produced by John Glyn-Jones
Every week the news brings from a worldwide battle-front fresh stories of courage, endurance, humour, and heroism. These topical feature programmes re-tell them in radio form, dramatising the forward march of the peoples of the United Nations.
with Dorothy Carless, Len Camber, George Evans, Derek Roy, and Three Boys and a Girl
First of a series of gramophone programmes presented by Sidney Harrison.