Cheerful gramophone records
' Men in the Kitchen' : introduced by Freddy Grisewood
from a selection of records
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Geoffrey Dams (tenor)
at the organ of the Regal, Kingston
in ' A Song to Sing '. At the piano, Maurice Arnold. Produced by Richard North '
Band of the South Wales Borderers, (24th Regiment), conducted by Mr. S. V. Hays
Mr. S. V.
Music for all moods, on records
Piano Concerto in C (K.467) played by Artur Schnabel and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent. (Gramophone records)
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Gordon Whelan introduces records from his collection
' The Wooin' o't ', by Muriel Fyfe. Singers, Kathleen Moore (soprano) and Ian Smith (tenor). At the piano, Andrew Bryson. Howard M. Lockhart. introduces the songs
and his Orchestra, with Stanley Lewis. Guest artist, Betty Kent
and his Mazurka Orchestra
(All arrangements by Mischa Michaeloff )
(by permission of the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief) : conductor, Mr. W. J. Bangay
Mr. W. J.
recording of Monday's broadcast
and the Twentieth-Century Sereliaders
Entertainment of all kinds blended to suit the taste of the Royal Navy. This week's ' Record Request Time ' includes' Top of the List ', the most popular requests of the week ; Charles Maxwell introduces ' Hollywood Spotlight '-music and scenes from ' Something to Shout About ', with Don Ameche , Janet Blair , and Jack Oakie (by permission of Twentieth-Century Fox) ; 'Lucky Dip '— the week's personal record requests ; Guest artist, Roberta Huby. Programme introduced by Joy Sheltori . Written by Peter Welbeck. Produced by Peter Eton
National and Regional announcements
presents ' Jazz in Chicago '. Gramophone survey of the Windy City's contribution to jazz. Introducing Roy Plomley , Benny Lee , and MacDonald Parke. Wr'ttcn by Charles r'--;i. • •
including Tessie O'Shea and Ronald Frankau. The Empire Orchestra, conducted by Fred Glover. From the Wood Green Empire
Michael Howard (by permission of the Windmill Theatre), in 'The Stuff We Give the Troops', with Billy Milton and guest artists and the ENSA Variety Orchestra, conducted by Geraldo. Produced by Jonah Barrington. Presented by the Department of National Service Entertainment (NAAFI)
Twenty minutes of soothing music, played by Reginald King with his Quintet
Twenty-ninth in the series produced by the Special Service Division of the War Department of the United States of America for the entertainment' of the Armed Forces of the United Nations. Recorded in Hollywood »
The past week's Canadian news and sports high lights cabled by the C.B.C. National News Service, especially for Canadian Forces in Britain
•Al Jolson poses for a ten-minute exposure on gramophone records
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra : conductor, William Pethers. From the New Hippodrome, Coventry.