Cheerful gramophone records
Conducted by Lt.-Col. G. Miller. (Gramophone records)
Popular artists and bands parade for your entertainment on records
Details of some of today's programmes
Record programme of tunes and songs from the stage. Written and arranged by Roy Plomley
Conducted by Lieut. G. H. Willcocks
Lieut. G. H.
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
Directed by Albert Sandler
Recording of yesterday's broadcast
Reg. PursgJove and his Orchestra
on gramophone records
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Overture to a Picaresque Comedy (Bax)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult : Sospiri (Elgar)
Hastings Municipal Orchestra, conducted by Basil Cameron : Pavane (Romeo and Juliet : Edward German)
Halle Orchestra, conducted by Constant
Lambert : Intermezzo and Serenade (Hassan) ; La Calinda (Koanga) (Delius)
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Muir Mathieson : March (Things to Come : Bliss)
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
(by permission of the Chief Commander, London Fire Force). Directed by Eddie Franklyn *
Taking you to a West-of-England factory, where war-workers are entertaining their colleagues during the lunch-hour.
at the piano, with his Quartet
Farce by the Melluish Brothers. Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
Commentary by Raymond Glendenning during the second half of the League South match. From Elm Park, Reading
Dinah Shore , on gramophone records
and his Orchestra, with Roy Marsh , Alan .Kane, and Julie Dawn
Half-an-hour of news, music; and cheerful entertainment for officers and men of the Merchant Service. Hostess, Doris Hare. Music by Debroy Somers and his Orchestra. Gossip by the Ship's Reporter, George Ralston. In the clubroom,
D. S. Tennant chats about ' Pensions '. Programme directed by Howard Thomas. (Specially recorded at the Merchant Navy' Club)
Fuel Flash,. and National and Regional announcements
Tommy Handley and Jack Train, Lilian Braithwaite, Michael Redgrave, Leslie Banks, Bruce Belfrage, and W. W. Jacobs are some of the famous people who provide specially recorded problems for this contest, 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, January 14, and the address is Â£250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
The results of this contest will be announced after the six o'clock news bulletin on Sunday, January 31, and also in the RADIO TIMES published February 5. Note: Recording of this programme will be broadcast on Monday, January 11, at 9.30 p.m. in the Forces programme.
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
from a garrison theatre somewhere in England. (By arrangement with ENSA and the Theatre War Service Council)
with Bennett Raquelle and Williams ; Raquelle Dome- Page ; and Marion Page ; Suzette Tarri ; Les Allen ; Jack Warner. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Announcer,
Norman Wooland. Presented by John Sharman
' Air Raid' : radio story of the courage and determination under fire of Britain's railway-workers. Written by G. Francis Robinson. Arranged and produced by Brigid Maas
and his Band, with Harry Davis ; featuring Diane, Bobby Young , Alan Dean , Terry Devon , and Eddie Palmer with his novachord
Fortnightly news and views about books, pictures, science, and films, presented by Joseph Macleod
Primo Scala 's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood.