Cheerful gramophone records
Popular artists and bands parade for your entertainment
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is 'Cycling', by John Tilley
Conductor, Kneale Kelley
at the organ of the Opera House, Blackpool
and the Dance Orchestra, with Anne Lenner , Ken Beaumont , and Sid Buckman
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra
Roland Powell and his Astoria
at the theatre organ in a programme of popular hits of the moment
ENSA concert from a Naval Barracks somewhere in England, with Lyle Evans and the Swingaroos. Guest artist, Lieut. Vivian Ellis
My Home ; The Trout ; Serenade ; The
Brook ; A Son of the Muses sung by Freda Townson (contralto)
with his Orchestra and artists
Conducted by Mr. J. Thorpe
Gramophone programme arranged by A. Barrett Brandreth
Victor Silvester and his Ballroom
played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra : conductor, Guy Warrack
BBC Revue Orchestra (conductor, Mansel Thomas ), with Victor Harding (baritone)
Presented by James Moody
Broadcast twice weekly for men and girls in Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Barrage units. Entertainment, gossip, news-features, and guest artists. Today's edition includes' Rise and Shine' , presented by Richard North : revue in miniature, performed by artists from the Northern Balloon Barrage. Produced by Alfred Dunning. Editor, Bill MacLurg
National and Regional announcements, followed by Scottish News summary
for Australians in this country, read by Colin Wills
for New Zealanders in this country, read by Arthur Heighway
for South Africans in this country, read by Cyril Watling
Twentieth of the series, organised by the Radio Section of the War Department in Washington for the entertainment of members of the United States Forces serving -overseas. Recorded in the United States and edited for reproduction in this country by Basil Adams
Something new in organ entejtainment : ' Ladies' Night', with, Ena Baga , Molly Forbes , and Esther Coleman
' Light Cavalry ' : programme by Major J. T. Gorman , with the BBC Military Band. Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell. Narrator, Tom Dawson
Major J. T.
P. S. G.
Camp concert from an A.T.S. Training Centre in Wales
The fighting spirit of Britain. Dramatic presentation of the British people at war, past and present. ' Battle of Britain ', by J. C. Grene. Arranged and produced by Brigid Maas
Constance Cummings, Vera Lynn, Owen Nares, Lionel Gamlin, Howard Marshall, and Billy Ternent are some of the famous people who provide specially recorded problems for this contest, devised by Neil Munro, and arranged and presented by Ronald Waldman and Audrey Cameron in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund
The entire entry fees are devoted to the fund. The last day for posting your entries is Thursday, September 24, and the address is £250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
The results, of this Contest will be announced after the 6.0 News Bulletin on Sunday, October 11, and also in the Radio TIMES, published on October 16.
The twelve correct answers to problems broadcast in the Red Cross Radio Contest broadcast on August 22 and August 24 were : CACA-CBBC-BCBC
The £250 in prize-money has been shared between the following 15 listeners, each of whom receives £16 13s. 4d. for a correct set of answers: F. Bartlett, 114, Jubilee Drive South, Foley Park, Kidderminster; C. Broughton, 164, Studland Road, Hanwell, W.7; G. Day, 64, Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton 6; Mrs. D. Ellis, Ardsley, Mossley, Congleton, Ches.; Miss A. Gould, 10, Providence Place, Becdes, Suffolk ; K. E. Grant, 59, Rusholme Road, Putney Hill, London, S.W.15; Miss J. Hammond, 65, Wellshouse Road, Willesden Junction, N.W.10 ; Miss E. Mullen, 71, Frank Webb Avenue, Crewe; Mrs. W. Nicol, 29, Parkhead Drive, Edinburgh; Miss M. Popplewell, 135, Halifax Road, Heckmondwike; Mrs. G. Robinson, 2 Edward Street, New Silksworth, Nr. Sunderland; Miss D. Stevenson, 63, Moor Lane, Gomersal, Nr. Leeds; W. J. Strongman, Orchard Cottage, 22, Old Park Ridings, London, N.21; W. Thomas, 22, Parkfield Avenue, Hillingdon; Mrs. N. Thorp, 195, Station Road, Hayes.
Conductor, George Walter
Primo Scala 's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood. (Recording of the broadcast on September 2)