Cheerful gramophone records
at the organ of the Gaumont State, Kilburn
' Try Something New from South Africa ', by Sylvia Schweppes
Nina Bell (contralto), William Dixon (oboe). At the piano, Andrew Bry son. Harry Willsher provides the introduction'
at the organ of the Odeon, Leicester Square
played by Robert Collett
Sidney Davey and his Players
at the organ of the Granada, Clap-ham Junction
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Recording of last night's broadcast
and his Band, with Marjorie Kingsley
Russell Palmer introduces gramophone records of incidental music
Conductor, H. Mileman
Novelty numbers and solo pieces played by the BBC Variety Orchestra (conductor, Charles Shadwell ), with Stephen Manton
Conducted by Julius Harrison
Gramophone record revue of prize-winning songs from the talkies, introduced by Georgie Henschel , and edited by George Inns
The story of how a typical young American becomes a soldier. Recorded programme produced for the BBC in New York by Roy Lockwood.
National and Regional .announcements, followed by Scottish News summary
Valentine Britten , BBC Gramophone Librarian, introduces some records seldom played
Fourth episode in a revival of this series, specially written for the Forces by J. Jefferson Farjeon , featuring Leon M. Lion as ' Ben ' of the Merchant Service. Produced by Fred O'Donovan. Episode 4—' Me and my 'Oss'
Two hundred voices, with the R.A.F. Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Technical Sergeant Hugo Weisgall. From St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Leeds
Second of a new series of gramophone programmes of well-loved music, selected and introduced by Doris Arnold
or ' Friday at Mulligans '
BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Script by Harry O'Donovan. Produced by Eric Fawcett
' Patsy Johnson:
Tenth of these programmes, featuring Edgar Bergen , the ventriloquist, and his world-famous dummy Charlie McCarthy , Dale Evans , and Ray Noble and his Orchestra. Recorded in America by arrangement with the Special Service Division of the War Department of the United States of America
Professor T. E. Jessop , M.C., discusses some of the religious and moral questions most frequently asked by members of the Forces
Professor T. E.
Listeners hear their questions about the U.S.A. answered direct from New York
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra.