Cheerful gramophone records
at the organ at the Ritz Odeon Theatre, Nottingham
' Try Somethmg New : West Indian Fish Dishes ', by Peggy de Boissiere
Flora Blythman (contralto), Ian Smith (tenor), and William Mclnulty (violin) At the piano, Andrew Bryson. Muriel Fyfe provides the introduction.
at the organ of the Granada, aapham Junction
played by Ivey Dickson (piano)
Nos. 1 in C ; 3 in G ; 6 in B minor 7 in A : 10 in C sharp minor ; 8 in C sharp minor ; 16 in B flat minor ; 21 in B flat ; 18 in F minor; 17 in A flat ;
19 m E flat ; 22 in G minor ; 23 m F : 24 in D minor (Op. 25)
Chorus songs, on gramophone records
Jan Berenska and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (pianol
on gramophone records
From Sylvia : Prelude ; The Huntresses ;
Intermezzo ; Valse lente ; Pizzicato ; Procession of Bacchus : Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli
From Coppeha : Czardas ; Dance of the Automatons ; Waltz : Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler
(by permission of the Officer Commanding) : directed by Lieut. H. P. B. Oakley
Lieut. H. P. B.
and his Orchestra, with Betty Kent , Rita Williams , and Leslie Douglas
Recording ol last night's broadcast
Conductor, W. Cowell
Gramophone records, with a script written by A. Hyatt King
An excerpt from the pantomime presented by Tom Arnold at the Empire Theatre, Newcastle
Jack o' the Green:
Bill) Tement and the Dance Orchestra
Sentimental Cuban recordings : programme written by J. N. K. Billett
J. N. K.
Conducted by Julius Harrison
and his Orchestra, featuring Dorothy Carless , with Doreen Villiers , Ruth Howard , Len Camber , Derek Roy , Johnny Green , Three Boys and a Girl
with Carmen del Rio , in a programme of popular Continental light music
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Valentine Britten , BBC Gramophone Librarian, introduces some records seldom played
' Oi ! Yer Light's Showin": second programme in a new series specially written for the Forces by J. Jefferson Farjeon, with Leon M. Lion as ' Ben '. Produced by Fred O'Donovan
Province-by-Province bulletin for Canadian Forces stationed in Great Britain, read by Gerry Wilmot; tonight, news from the Prairie Provinces.
Seventeenth of the current series of gramophone programmes of . well-loved music selected and introduced by Doris Arnold
Conducted by Major J. Causley Windram, Director of Music, Coldstream Guards
Songs and music from sweet to swing in the ' Tune Parade of 1944 '. The Talkers, Jack Jackson and Fred Emney (by permission of Jack Buchanan ). The Singers, Paula Green , Sam Browne and the Aristocrats. The Guest, Gladys Ripley. The Band, Phil Green and his Concert Dance Orchestra. The Producer, Henry Reed.
featuring Edgar Bergen , the ventriloquist, and his world-famous dummy Charlie McCarthy , Dale Eyans , William Gaxton and Victor Moore , and Ray Noble and his Orchestra
Fifth in a series of six talks by A. D. Lindsay. C.B.E., LL.D., Master of Balliol College, Oxtord, dealing with ethical and religious questions- frequently discussed by members of the Forces
(1933 edition), written and introduced by Roy Plomley. Review of stage, screen, radio, and music for the year. Including contributions by George Robey and Claude Allister ; excerpt from ' Richard of Bordeaux';
. sequences from the sound-tracks of 'Grand Hotel', 'King Kong', ' 42nd Street ', and ' I am a Fugitive from the' Chain Gang'; ,and the recorded voices of many famous" stars. The Annual edited by Peter Eton
David Java and his Orchestra. (Recording of the broadcast on January 14)