Cheerful gramophone records
Records of Louis Kentner (piano)
seven years ago
Popular records of June 1935
Gramophone mixture of film music
at the organ of the New Victoria Cinema, Edinburgh
and his Orchestra, with Cherry Lind
Presenting Edward 0. Pogson, playing some of the weird and wonderful things he blows
Eric Winstone and his Band
Gramophone programme of tunes which began life as rejected Cinderellas, and ultimately triumphed as world's best-sellers. Written and arranged by Aubrey Danvers-Walker
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers from a factory somewhere in Britain
sung by George Parker (baritone)
Martita Hunt in scenes from
'Ghosts' by Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). Translated from the Norwegian by Norman Ginsbury. Arranged for broadcasting by Robert Speaight and produced by John Burrell. (Special BBC recording)
Scene : Mrs. Alving's house in Norway
Troise and his Banjoliers
A sentimental story by Charles Hatton. Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Scene : The Majestic Cinema, Walford
First of a series of gramophone programmes presented by Dorothy Darlington
4.0 Association Football
Challenge Match: League War Cup Winners v. London War Cup Winners. Commentary on the second half by Raymond Glendenning, from Stamford Bridge.
4.40 Rugby League Challenge Cup Final
Commentary during the second half by Captain Lance Todd.
Arranged and directed by Phil Green , featuring Dorothe Morrow , with the Three in Harmony, and Victor Lyndon. Presented by Norah Neale
Recorded review of this week's events. Produced by the BBC Recorded Programmes Department
Merchant seamen are welcomed at their own West-End Club by Doris Hare , Roberta Huby , and Debroy Somers and his Orchestra. Special features for men at sea : ' Ship's newspaper ' — ' Port Reporter ' (George Ralston)—' Professor Jack, the Sea Lawyer '—Stars and showgirls of ' Good Old London '—' Musical Ports of Call '.
Script by Maurice Watts. Produced by Howard Thomas.
National and Regional announcements
Variety programme recorded in Iceland by members of the British and United States Forces, with the co-operation of the Iceland State Broadcasting Service. Compere, Pascoe Thornton
sung by the Sale and District Music Society : conductor, Alfred Higson
The fighting spirit of Britain
Excerpts from a revue, 'Mixed Grill', written and composed by R.A.F. personnel, under the direction of Arthur Leslie , ENSA producer
Story with music, written and told by Spike Hughes. Gramophone programme
' High Yellow' was produced at the Savoy Theatre .during the Camargo Society's season exactly ten years ago today. The choreography was by Frederick Ashton and the Negro dancer. Buddy Bradley. The orchestra originally consisted of the London Symphony Orchestra with Spike Hughes 's own Dance Band, this unusual combination being conducted by the composer himself.
Conducted by Gideon Fagan , with Anne Wood (contralto)