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A cook from the N.A.A.F.I.
Conductor, Charles Shadweli , with Bettie Bucknelle
with Helen Hill
Conductor, P. S. G. O'DonneU
P. S. G.
The Lord Mayor's Procession passes the Saluting Base. Commentary by Wynford Vaughan Thomas
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canteen. ' The Sky Rockets' (No. 1 Balloon Centre Dance Orchestra, under the direction of Corporal Paul Fenhoulet ). Guest artist, Elinore Farrell
Alec Rowley and Edgar Moy
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
at the organ of the Gaumont, Holloway
The right song finds the eight singer. Gramophone programme written and arranged by K. Chester Sherburne
Sidney Davey and his Players
and his Orchestra, with Doreen Stephens , . Helen Ward , Stanley Fraser , and Kenny Noble
This group of seven singers was formed on, board ship during their journey to Britain. The programme includes old favourites, and ' Mosquitoes a a new song of their own composed in a tropical port during the trip
Presented by James Moody. (BBC recording)
Weekly entertainment programme for the men and women of Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Commands. Artists in uniform, ' Quiz Time ', and as guest artist ' Monsewer ' Eddie Gray. The Royal Artillery Theatre Orchestra, under the direction of Captain Owen Geary , R.A. (by permission of the Officers, Royal Artillery). Programme presented by Alfred Dunning and the editor, Bill MacLurg
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Weekly news-reel for Canadian Forces in Britain and for all friends of the Senior Dominion, depicting Canada's Army and Navy at work in Britain, the Royal Canadian Air Force in action, and reporting news and views from Canada. Produced by John Kannawin , and presented in co-operation with the London office of the C.B.C.
Forty-fourth in the series organised by the Radio Branch of the Bureau of Public Relations 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 Norah Neale
by Nan Shaw (mezzo-soprano), Wesley McCoy (bass), and Joe and Eric Morrison (harmonica duets). St. Patrick's Church Accordion Band
Something new in organ entertainment with Reginald Foort ,
Sandy Macpherson , the theatre organ, and two pianos. Presented 'by Sandy Macpherson
News and commentaries on the world at war and first-hand accounts of the fighting, introduced by Macdonald Hastings
Tommy Trinder, Sybil Thorndike, Beatrice Lillie, Lord Horder, Carroll Gibbons, Hubert and Michael Moore are some of the famous people who provide specially recorded problems for this contest, arranged and presented by Ronnie 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, March 11, and the address is: ÃÂ£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, March 28, and also in the Radio TIMES published April 2.
The 12 correct answers to the sound problems in the BBC's Red Cross Radio Contest, broadcast on February 6 and February 9 were: ACCC-BACB-BAAC
Details regarding the number of winners and prize shares were broadcast after the 6 p.m. News on Sunday, February 28.
List of winners may be obtained by applying on 2d. stamped postcard to Result Department. Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
Messages from members of the Forces in India to their relatives and friends in this country. Specially recorded in India, and edited for reproduction by the Recorded Programmes Department
Band of R.A.F. Bomber Command, conducted by Mr. G. J. Malcolm.
Mr. G. J.