Cheerful gramophone records
Red Allan and his Orchestra, and J. C. Higginbotham
Dan Donovan, on records
'Putting Away Summer Clothes', by Ruth Drew
Record programme of tunes from shows on Broadway, written ty Roy Plomley
Conductor, Mr. J. A. Carrick
Mr. J. A.
at the organ of the Gaumont Theatre, Manchester
and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (piano)
Band of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment : conductor, Mr. J. B. H. Thorpe
Mr. J. B. H.
at the piano, with his Quintet
Music for all moods, on records
Conducted by Julius Harrison
Gramophone records of ... Overture in D minor (Handel—Stokowski) : Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski
Symphony No. 8, in F (Beethoven) :
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Felix Weingartner
plays popular hits of the moment, at the theatre organ
Music of the sunny South, played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg Leopold. Programme produced by Fred Hartley ,
Conductor, Jack Atherton
Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra
Commentary during the second half of the International match, by Raymond Glendenning. From Maine Road, Manchester
Tunes from the Great White Way, on records
Welsh traditional music, arranged for male voices, sung, by the Eryri Male Singers : conductor, Mansel Thomas
and his Mazurka Orchestra
in New York and London
From now onwards this Merchant Navy programme will be broadcast in America as well as the British Empire from two M.N. Clubs, one in London, the .other in New York. From London : Hostess Doris Hare, Debroy Somers and his Orchestra, and an American, seaman. From New York : another well-known English star, an American band, and a British seaman ; in both clubs : music, dancing, and entertainment for Allied Merchant Seamen. Produced by Reita Hendry and Howard Thomas
followed by National and Regional announcements
Tommy Handley presents his monthly problem, this time with Dorothy Summers. Also providing specially recorded problems for this contest are John Clements (by permission of H. M. Tennerit Ltd.), Jane Baxter
(by permission of Linnit and Dun-fee), Harry Parry , Raymond Glendenning, and Jan van der Gucht
Programme introduced by Lionel Gamlin, and produced by 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, October 21, and the address is : Â£ 250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
The results of this contest will be announced after the 6 o'clock news bulletin on Sunday, November 7, and also in the RADIO TIMES published on November 12.
(A recorded repeat of this programme will be broadcast next Monday in the Forces programme at 9.45 p.m.).
Broadcast version of the Warner Bros. picture, with incidental music composed and arranged by Hal Evans. Radio script and production by Vemon Harris
The Wardour Singers, and the Aug1 mented BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Richard Blaine (' Rick '):
Capt Renault, Prefect of:
Major Strasser, of the Third Reich:
Lilting music, melody, and song for everybody, with Norman Allin (bass), Marguerite Natalia (soprano), and Monia Liter (piano). BBC Revue Chorus and the Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Programme introduced by, Lionel Gamlin. Produced by Henry Reed
The fighting spirit of the United Nations. Dramatic presentation of - the free peoples of the world at war.
"Advance on Tokyo' : a story of the reoccupation of the Aleutian Islands. Written by Richard Row -land. Produced by Peter Watts
Thirty minutes of well-known melodies from screen successes, including tunes from 'You Were Never Lovelier' and 'Springtime in the Rockies', played by Chappell's Queen's Hall Light Orchestra: conductor, Charles Williams
Shortened .form of Evensong
V. S. Pritchett again speaks about new and recent books
Harold Collins and his Orchestra.