Cheerful gramophone records
Conducted by Lt. G. W. Geary. (Gramophone records)
Lt. G. W.
seven years ago
Popular records of September 1935
Record programme of tunes and songs from the stage. Written and arranged by Roy Plomley
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
Conducted bv Rae Jenkins , with Ethel Williams (contralto)
No. 9-September : with Mae Barnber and Norman Whiteley. Produced by Richard North
Jack Simpson and his Sextet
Conducted by Julius Harrison
plays old favourites. Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
sung by Betty St. Leger (mezzosoprano)
Now sleeps the crimson petal ; Over the Mountains ; Music when soft voices die.
To Daisies; The Time of Roses ; Love's Philosophy ; Fair house of joy
Review of the latest records by Leslie Perowne and his gramophone
Programme of sea music, played by the BBC Revue Orchestra, with the Revue Chorus and Michael O'Higgins (baritone)
Edith Evans in scenes from 'The Old Ladies'
Play by Rodney Ackland, based on the novel by Hugh Walpole. Arranged for broadcasting by Peggy Wells. Produced by John Burrell (by permission of H.M. Tennent Ltd.)
Based on the novel by:
Arranged for broadcasting by:
Debroy Somers and his Band
Kav Stammers v. Simone Mathieu
Commentary by Raymond Glenden ning on the Red Cross Exhibition
Match from the Newport Athletic Club
Army v. R.A.F.
Commentary by Michael Standing from the pavilion at Lord's
Baseball Commentary by an Officer of the U.S. Army on the game between two U.S. Army teams, in aid of the Royal National Life Boat Institution. The Mid-West Giants v. The Texas Terrors. From Northern Ireland
in Red Army songs and dances, on gramophone records
Arranged and directed by Phil Green , featuring Dorothe Morrow with the Three in Harmony
Recorded review of this week's events. Produced by the BBC Recorded Programmes Department
'Bos'n Stan' (Stanley Holloway) welcomes officers and men of the Merchant Navy to their new club in London's West End. Dancing to Debroy Somers and his Orchestra. Songs by Pat Taylor. Special features include ' Building a Ship', a fortnightly running commentary from a Tyneside shipyard ; ' Ship's Newspaper', dockside news by George Ralston ; ' Musical Port of Call '. Script by Maurice Watts. Produced by Howard Thomas. (Special recording)
' Fuel Flash ' for housewives, and National and Regional announcements
with his Orchestra and artists
Amy v. R.A.F. Commentary on the closing overs and a summary of the day's play, by Michael Standing. From Lord's
Excerpt from Firth Shephard 's latest musical show, with music by Jerome Kern. Book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and Clifford Grey , revised by Frank Eyton and Richard Hearne. Devised and staged by Robert Nesbitt. Cast includes Jessie Matthews , Richard Hearne , Andre Randall , Frank Leighton , Linda Gray , Elsie Percival , and Jack Morrison. Orchestra (leader, Tate Gilder ) conducted by Reginald Burston. From the Princes Theatre
Dramatic presentation of the British people at war-past and present.
' Sgt. Hinton, V.C '—New Zealand soldier in Greece. Written by Robert Cannell. Arranged and produced by Brigid Maas
Conducted by Julius Harrison. Alan Soulsby (piano)
Short story, written for broadcasting by Gilbert Hackforth-Jones , and read by the author
Primo Scala 's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood. (Special