Cheerful gramophone records
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
by Helen Mary Stevens
Mae Johnston (soprano) and Ian Smith (tenor). At the piano, Andrew Bryson. Harry M. Willsher provides the introduction
at the organ of the Empire, Leicester Square
played by Ingeborg Petersen
Prelude No. 1 (Songs of Spain) - Albeniz
Andaluza (Spanish Dances) - Granados
Little Dark Girl (The Baby's Lullaby) - Villa-Lobos
Study in F sharp - Arensky
Staccato Study in C - Rubinstein
and his Orchestra, with Elizabeth Batey, Pat Macormac, and Harry Kaye
Joe Loss and his
Directed by Jack Hardy
Swedish Folk Song...arr. Svendten
Passing by...E.C. Purcell
Songs about Mary...arr. Hardy
Jack Jackson and his Band
Jack Jackson and his
Records to suit every mood
'Cenwch gerddi Cymru'. Mildred Lewis (soprano), Haydn Adams (tenor), and the Aberdare Singers, conducted by Idris Lewis
Conductor, George Thompson
Selection of Beethoven's Music...arr. Rimmer
Waltz: The Choristers...Phelps
March: The President...German
Recording of last night's broadcast
Gramophone records to remind you of some of the musical productions produced there between 1916 and 1938
I am Chu Chin Chow (Chu Chin Chow: Norton): Malcolm McEachern (bass)
Hast thou been to Mecca ? (Cairo: Fletcher): Gwyn Ellis
Deep in my heart (The Student Prince: Romberg): Maggie Teyte (soprano)
Serenade (The Student Prince: Romberg): Charles Kullman (tenor)
All day long (Song of the Sea: Kunneke): Lilian Davies (soprano)
Song of the Sea (Song of the Sea: Kunneke): Stanley Holloway
If love were all (Bitter Sweet: Coward): Ivy St. Helier
I give my heart (The Dubarry: Millocker): Anny Ahlers (soprano)
The song is you (Music in the Air: Kern): Mary Ellis (soprano) and Chorus
Nevermore (Conversation Piece: Coward): Yvonne Printemps (soprano) and Louis Hayward (tenor)
Countess Mitzi (Operette: Coward): Fritzi Massary with Chorus
Petite rapsodie roumaine...Jean Neage
There are angels outside heaven...Tauber
Danse russe: Katuscha...Michaeloff
Summer Evening in Santa Cruz...Fred Hartley
Polka Caprice...Walter Collins
Serenade to a Dream...Pedro Fuertes
(All arrangements by Mischa Michaeloff)
Michaeloff and his Mazurka
Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra
Carroll Gibbons and his
these gramophone records
(See Home Service)
The style provided by Billy Mayerl at the piano, and the verse by Maria Pirelli.
Billy Cotton and his
Recording of Wednesday's broadcast
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Valentine Britten, BBC Gramophone Librarian, introduces some records seldom played.
Milton Rosmer as Chief Inspector French in "The Case of the Telephone Call": third of six detective plays specially written for broadcasting by Freeman Wills Crofts.
In each of these plays Chief Inspector French tells the story of one of his cases, and listeners will have an opportunity of spotting the clue that leads to the arrest of the criminal.
Chief Inspector French:
Wilde, a clerk in the office of a chemical works:
Hubbard, technical assistant in the laboratory of the chemical works:
Conductor, Mr. H.C. Jarman
Regimental March of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps: The Village Blacksmith
Southern Rhapsody Virginia...Haydn Wood
Three Dances (Henry VIII)...German
Band of the Royal Army Ordnance
plays 'Blues' tunes, at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Llandudno
Fifth of a new series of gramophone programmes of well-loved music, selected and introduced by Doris Arnold
or 'Friday at Mulligan's'
[Starring] Jimmy O'Dea
Revue Chorus and the BBC Revue Orchestra; conducted by Charles Groves.
Ceilidhe Band Leader:
featuring Edgar Bergen, the ventriloquist, and his world-famous dummy, Charlie McCarthy, Dale Evans, and Ray Noble and his Orchestra.
Ray Noble and his
First of three talks by the Rev. B.C. Plowright, dealing with some ethical and religious questions frequently discussed by members of the Forces.
1928 edition, written and narrated by Roy Plomley. Recorded review of stage, screen, radio, music, and cabaret for the year.
Special contributions by C.A. Lejeune, Jack Payne, and Leslie Sarony.
With the recorded voices of Layton and Johnstone, Al Jolson, Jack Buchanan, Elsie Randolph, Whispering Jack Smith, Leslie Henson, Sydney Howard, Stanley Holloway, Claude Hulbert, Noel Coward, Paul Robeson, Marie Burke, Howett Worster, and Edith Day.
Harry Leader and his Band