Cheerful gramophone records
Shirley Ross with the songs you want to hear
' How to use coke and wood '
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is Arnold Dolmetsch's arrangement of ' So sweet is she ' (Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow ?), sung by Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano)
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Llandudno
Conductor, Charles Shadwell , with Maria Perilli
Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
(by permission of the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief) : conductor, Mr. Frederick A. Gale
Mr. Frederick A.
played by Olive Bloom
Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra, Lecuona Cuban Boys, and Victor Young and his Orchestra, on records
ENSA concert for war-workers, from a factory canteen. 'Carroll Gibbons and his Band. Guest artist, Tessie O'Shea
at the organ of the Ritz, New Southgate
Pipe band music by the Pipes and Drums of the 2nd Dundee Battalion, Home Guard, Pipe-Major Alexander Chalmers. R.J.B. Sellar has compiled the programme notes.
R. J. B.
Directed by Jack Hardy
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra
Directed by Albert Sandler, with Yvette Darnac and Michel Morel, in a programme of Continental music, gay and sentimental. Items introduced by Michel Mord
Today's Variety, on records
Conducted by Gideon Fagan
Directed by James Moody
For, and largely by, men and women of Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Barrage Commands and Coast Artillery. Another programme of Forces music —a Royal Air Force orchestra (by permission of the Air Council), conducted by Sergeant John Hollings worth. Duets by Sergeant Kathleen Ellis and Gunner Leslie Fyson. Guest artist, Raymond Newell. Pilot Officer James Urquhart acts as Master of Ceremonies. Programme produced by Alfred Dunning
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 Gerry Wilmot , in co-operation with the London office of the CBC
Excerpt from an entertainment given by a Signals Unit somewhere in Scotland
Seventy-fifth 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. Recorde'd in Holly-wood
Conductor, Fred Mortimer
(' The Skyrockets '), directed by Corporal Paul Fenoulhet (by permission of the Air Officer Commanding)
Talk by Major Lionel Marson
Macdonald Hastings introduces men of the Forces and others with first-hand accounts of what is going on in the war
(Recording will be broadcast on Thursday at 4.0 p.m. in the Forces programme)
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. Tennent Ltd.), Jane Baxter (by permission of Linnit and Dunfee Ltd.), Harry Parry , Raymond Glendenning , 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 youf entries is Thursday, October 21, and the address is :
£250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London,
The result 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. The twelve correct answers to problems in the Red Cross Radio contest broadcast on September 18 and September 20 were :
The £ 250 in prize-money has been shared by 175 listeners and each of them receives £ 8s. 7d. for a correct set of answers. A list of these winners may be obtained by postcard application (2d. stamp) to. Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
van Der Gucht.
played and sung by McNamara's Ceilidh Band and Francis McCall , tenor. Introduced by John F. Tyrone
The New Organolians, with Jimmy Leach