From the Winter Gardens, Droitwich Spa, with Harry Hemsley, Sgt. Frederick Ferrari (tenor), and Pte. Marjorie Cowsill (soprano), from the Army concert-party, the 'Norton Follies'. Dance music played by Vernon Adcock and his Aristocrats. Produced by Jacques Brown
Black-faced minstrel show, produced by Harry S. Pepper. Cast includes Scott and Whaley, Ike Hatch , C. Denier Warren , and Fred Yule. The Kentucky Banjo Team: Dick Pepper , Edward Fairs , and Bernard Sheaff. BBC Revue Orchestra and Male Voice Chorus, conducted by Mansel Thomas. At the organ, Charles Smart. Music arranged by Doris Arnold. Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren.
Sixtieth programme in the series presenting music from stage and film successes of the present and of the past. Cast includes Anne Ziegler , Webster Booth, Bettie Bucknelle , George Melachrino , and Betty Kent. Musical arrangements by Donald Edge ; orchestrations supervised by Wally Wallond. BBC Revue Chorus. The Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent , and the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Produced by John Watt and Henry Reed.
The story of one of the toughest battles fought in Italy. How the great natural obstacle of the Sangro River, which barred the way of the Allies' advance to Rome, was overcome by the men of the Allied Armies. Written by Richard Rowland. Produced by Brigid Maas
featuring Buck Douglas , Peggy Bailey , Little Jake Connolly , Hobo Jack Mitchell , and The Home Town Mountain Band
Episode 4 of the Western serial
' Death in the Canyon ', written by Big Bill Campbell , with Leslie Brad ley as ' Lucky ' Leamon. Produced by Eric Fawcett
Motion-picture parade introducing songs, scenes, and personalities from films of the past, present, and future. Programme introduced by Leslie Mitchell . Written by Harry Alan Towers , and produced by Charles Maxwell
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