Cheerful gramophone records
(baritone), on gramophone records
Margnat M. Duncan (soprano), Gilbert MacPhail (tenor), and Pipe-Major Nicol MacCallum
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
played by Estelle Vine
and his Orchestra, with Beryl Davis , Len Camber , Georgina, Derek Roy , Doreen Villiers , the Singing Sweethearts, and Three Boys and a Girl
with Charles Smart and Albert Sandler
Dudley Hippodrome Orchestra : conductor, Harry Pell
Dance of the Gnomes . Berceuse
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9 (Le Carnaval de Pesth) played by Louis Kentner (piano). (Gramophone records)
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
Recording of last night's broadcast by Major Lewis Hastings , M.C.
Lunch-time entertainment, including: 'Melody and Rhythm ', with Marjorie Westbury , accompanied by Jack Wilson and Dorothy Parsons at two pianos. ' Peter Church Intervenes ' : thriller by George Manley. ' The Knave ' : a personal tale by Francis Durbridge. Produced by Martyn C. Webster
and his Mazurka Orchestra
(All arrangements by Mischa Michaeloff)
Recording of yesterday's broadcast
BBC Midland Light Orchestra (conductor, Rae Jenkins ), with Jack Wilson and Jimmy Donovan MELODY AND. RHYTHM with Jack Wilson and Jimmy Donovan
Stephen Williams presents gramophone records of Bizet's other operas
Three Army musicians play to the Club. They are Private H. Geiger , Pioneer Corps (violin), Driver L. A. Lickfold , R.A.S.C. (piano), Signal-man W. Pleeth (cello). They are introduced by Alec Robertson
Driver L. A.
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
make a statement on the special Army programmes to be broadcast this evening. (BBC recording)
with the Bachelor *k Girls, Peter Akister , and George Elliott. Presented by James Moody. (BBC recording)
Play by J. J. Bell , adapted for broadcasting by Jean Taylor Smith.
Adapted for broadcasting by:
Twelfth of these recorded programmes, featuring Mary Livingstone , Don Wilson , Dennis Day , ' Rochester', Phil Harris with his
Orchestra, and Jack Benny
and his Music, with Jack Coopet
Troise and his Banjoliers. (Recording of the broadcast on February 11)