The fighting spirit of the United Nations. Dramatic presentation of the free peoples of the world at war. ' Bomber Girl ' : radio picture of the work of the W.A.A.F. at a bomber station somewhere in England. Written by Roy Burnham. Arranged and produced by Brigid Maas
(British Branch). Fourth of twelve weekly programmes taken from a series that has long been a popular feature of broadcasting in America. Artists include Helen Clare , Ike Hatch , Phil Green and his Basin Street Band *and his Rhythm on Reeds. Orchestra. The discussions are under the misguidance of ' Professor ' Joe Linnane , and the meeting is sponsored by Jimmy Dyrenforth
The Gramophone Department entertains this week with 'Near Misses', compiled by Roy Plomley; 'French Cabaret', by Lilian Duff; 'Great Composers and their Melodies', presented by Joseph Lewis. Programme introduced by Robert Shafto, and produced by Frederick Piffard
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