Cheerful gramophone records
Popular artists and bands on records
' Cookery Without Fat' (i) : Mrs. Ingillson
Clive Richardson and Tony Lowry
Conductor, Charles Shadwell : with Fred Yule
Debroy Somers and his Band
and his Apache Band, with Amalia Magri and Jacques Vallez
Conducted by Mr. B. H. Brown
Mr. B. H.
Devised and presented by Jeanne Cooper-Foster , and sung by Elsie McCullough (soprano) and James Johnston (tenor)
Overture : Rosamunde (Schubert) : Halle.
Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty
Symphonic Poem : Orpheus (Liszt) :
Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Howard Barlow
Fantasia for piano and orchestra (Wanderer) (Schubert-Liszt) : Clifford Curzon (piano) and the Queen's Hall Orchestra, conducted by Sir Henry Wood
Harold- Collins and his Orchestra
BBC Theatre Chorus, conducted by John Clements , sing a pot-pourri of Irish melody arranged by Donald Edge
Entertainment from North of the Tweed. Willie McCulloch , Scots entertainer. Scottish Variety Orchestra, conductor Ronnie Munro , with Ann Rich. Presented by Archie Campbell
Pipe band music by the Pipes and Drums of the 63rd Surrey (Richmond) Battalion, Home Guard : Pipe-Major David Ross. Written by Hugh Macphee and presented by R. Douglas Robin.
Presented by James Moody.
Weekly entertainment programme for the men and women cf Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Commands. Artists in uniform, ' Quiz Time', and, as guest artist, Tessie O'Shea. Royal Artillery Theatre Orchestra, under the direction of the Officers, Royal Artillery. Programme presented by Alfred Dunning and the editor, Bill MacLurg
National and Regional announcements, followed by 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 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation v
Forty-eighth in the series organised by the Special Service Division of the War Department of-the United States of America. Recorded in the United States, and edited for reproduction in this country by Norah Neale
with a camp concert from a garrison theatre somewhere in the South
Light music, sung by the BBC Theatre Chorus and played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra .
Macdonald Hastings introduces men of the Services and others with first-hand accounts of what is going on in the war
The 'Mer' of Foaming-at-the-Mouth takes his place as a regular contributor to this specially recorded contest in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund. He presents the first of his monthly problems tonight, and with him are Lord Woolton, Richard Tauber, Gordon Richards, Dr. C.E.M. Joad, and Rawicz and Landauer. The entire entry fees are devoted to the Fund. Programme arranged and presented by Ronald Waldman and Audrey Cameron.
The last day for posting your entries is Thursday, April 8, and the address is: [address removed].
The results will oe announced after the 6 p.m. news bulletin on Sunday, April 25, and also' in the Radio Times published April 30.
The twelve correct answers to problems broadcast in the Red Cross Radio Contest on March 6 and March 8 were: BCAC-ACBA-BACB
The BBC's Â£250 prize is shared between the following twenty listeners, who submitted correct entries, and will each receive a cheque for ÃÂ£ 12 10s. ÃÂÃÂ»
Mrs. G. Andrew, Eagle, Lincoln. Mrs. J. Ashfield, Reading. Mrs. E. Bowers, Waddon, Croydon. P. Braynion, Polmont, Stirlingshire. Mrs. G. M. Clarke, Birmingham, 20. Mrs. S. Gardner, Pool-in-Wharfedale. Private B. Goldie, Melksham, Wilts. S.F. Graham, Bath. R.W. Haselup, Tilehurst, Berks. Mrs. A.M.G. Hill, Aylesbury. Mrs. H. Irvine, Brechin, Angus. F. Kelly, Felling-on-Tyne. Mrs. McPhail. Ipswich. C.W. Parr, Clapton, E.5. E. Rooke. E. Dulwich, S.E.22. Miss E. Smith, Edinburgh, 7. G.W.E. Stark, Farnborough, Hants. Mrs. J. Telfer, Hexham, Northumberland. Mrs. B.M. Wakeman, Hinckley. Miss M. Wilson, Upperthorpe, Sheffield.
Harry Leader and his Band