Cheerful gramophone records
Richard Dix introduces Kal Schrumm and his Rhythm Rangers, with songs of the Golden West (recording)
Kal Schrumm and his Rhythm
Some points about Gas and Electricity
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is 'The Ride to the Abyss', from Berlioz's 'The Damnation of Faust', sung by Treni, Panzera, and Chorus
at the organ of the Trocadero, Elephant and Castle
Conductor, Charles Shadwell, with Bettie Bucknelle
Jack Simpson and his Sextet
Jack Simpson and his
Cuban Love Song...McHugh
By the Lake...Lange
Serenade to a Dream...Fuertes
Tea for Two...Youmans
You and the night and the music...Schwartz
Monia Liter and the Twentieth-Century
on gramophone records
O ye steeds of steel; The Gay Girl Friends; U.S.S.R. Red Banner Ensemble of Red Army Songs and Dances
Folk Songs: Like a nightingale of passage: Sergei Lenieshev (tenor)
Ukrainian Folk Song: A girl stood in the entry: Zoya Gaidai and Platonov
Cossack Song (Opera, Virgin Soil Upturned: Dzerzhinsky): Kirpichek and Bellinik, with Choir and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, conducted by Samosud
Tachanka; Kalnika: U.S.S.R. Red Banner Ensemble of Red Army Songs and Dances
Through the moonlit meadow; Song of the Heroic Airmen: U.S.S.R. Red Banner Ensemble of Red Army Songs and Dances
ENSA concert for war-workers, from a factory canteen. Jack Leon and his Orchestra. Guest artist, Otto Lampel.
Jack Leon and his
sung by Donald Munro
The Vagabond; The Roadside Fire...Vaughan Williams
O mistress mine...Quilter
Young Dietrich...George Henschel
'A Change of Air' : well-known Scots songs with two traditional tunes. Introduced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
with Amalia Magri and Jacques Vallez
Love's last word is spoken...Bixio
Let us live for tonight...Bernard
Silver threads among the gold...Banks
If it's only a dream...Gray
Berce par la houle...Himmel
Falkman and his Apache
Richard Crean and his Orchestra
Richard Crean and his
Conducted by Captain S. Rhodes, Director of Music, Scots Guards
(See Home Service)
Band of H.M. Scots
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Llandudno
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Overture: The Ruler of the Spirits...Weber
Ballet Music: Ritter Pasman...Johann Strauss
Tarantelle (from Op. 82)...Raff
The Accursed Huntsman...Franck
Pat Taylor sings to you, with orchestrations 'made to measure' by Nat Allen and his Sextet. Introduced by Charles Maxwell, and produced by Alick Hayes.
(Recording will be broadcast on Wednesday at 10.15 a.m. in the Forces programme)
Nat Allen and his
Programme for men and women of Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Commands and Coast Artillery, with the Dance Band of the Royal Air Force (by permission of the Air Council), leader, Sergeant Jimmy Miller. Artists from the Forces. Actors and actresses from the Services, in drama. Guest artist, Beatrice Lillie. Programme produced by Alfred Dunning
Dance Band of the Royal Air
National and Regional announcements, followed by Scottish News summary
Weekly news-reel for Canadain 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
All-American concert by members of the U.S. Army. From the American Red Cross Club in Northampton
British men and women producing weapons for Russia, at work and at play
"On the Job": Gilbert Harding talks to workers at a Hurricane factory making aircraft for Russia
"At Play": All-star Variety show for factory-workers, with Old Mother Riley and her daughter Kitty (Lucan and McShane), Malcolm McEachern ('Mr. Jetsam'), and Bertha Willmott. Master of Ceremonies, Leonard Henry.
BBC Revue Chorus and Orchestra, under the direction of Jack Payne.
"Back On The Job": Michael Standing watches a tank produced by British workers leave the assembly line en route for Russia.
Master of Ceremonies:
Folk songs and music from the Ballet and Opera House.
Gladys Ripley (contralto), Dennis Noble (baritone).
BBC Theatre Chorus; BBC Theatre Orchestra: conductor, Stanford Robinson. Commentary by Rollo Meyers.
Music selected and arranged by George Walter and Mark H. Lubbock
Arranger Mark H.
Major Lionel Marson
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
(Recording of the broadcast on October 17)
Harold Collins and his