Cheerful gramophone records
Drinking (trad.) : Malcolm McEachern
When dull care (arr. Lane-Wilson) :
Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone)
When lights go rolling round the sky
(Ireland) : Stuart Robertson
Fill a glass with golden wine (Quilter) :
Frank Titterton (tenor)
Songs of Good Cheer (arr. Byng) : Light
Opera Male Chorus
Half-an-hour of cheerful music and song
' Freddy Grisewood Speaking '
from a selection of records
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Gabriel Lavelle (baritone)
at the organ of the Regal, Kingston
featuring Ron. Terry and Philip Garston-Jones , with their own words and music
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra
A merry-go-round of morning music
played by Reginald King at the piano, with his Quintet
Reginald King with his
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Contrasting American sweet and swing dance bands : gramophone programme written by Geoffrey S. Pearce
Excerpts from some of their comic operas, on gramophone records
Overture : Clog Dance (Tsar and Carpenter : Lorizing) : Symphony Orchestra
Aragonaise : La Belle Ines fait flores ;
Rondeau: Je l'ai sauvée enfin (The Black Domino: Auber) : Fanely Revoil (soprano)
Amour sacré de la patrie (Masaniello :
Auber) : Fernand Ansseau (tenor) and Tilkin Servais (baritone)
Zerlina's Cavatina (Fra Diavolo : Auber) :
Lina Pagliughi (soprano)
Ballet Music : Undine (Lortzing) : Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Michael Krein
Billy Ternent and the Dance Orchestra
Conductor, Dan Lloyd
Conducted by Louis Cohen. Tom Williams (baritone)
blended to suite the taste of the Royal Navy. This week's- mixture includes Tessie O'Shea (by permission of Jack Hylton ); 'Record Request Time '-introduced by Joy Shelton ; ' Sing a Song, Sailor '-join in the chorus with Joan Young ; ' Off the Liberty Boat '— the Navy's own contribution to the programme ; Vic Oliver (assisted by Betty Paul ). BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Programme introduced by ' Hubert ', and produced by Charles Maxwell.
National and Regional announcements
presents ' The Russell Group ' : gramophone programme compiled by Clifford Jones , edited and introduced by Charles Chilton.
Province-by-Province bulletin for Canadian Forces stationed in Great Britain, read by Gerry Wilmot : tonight, news from Ontario
'Let the People Sing' â a cavalcade of 'smash hits' sung by the troops since 1939. The artists are Olive Groves, Raymond Newell, Dorothy Carless, Joan Young, Harry Hudson, Len Camber, Doreen Villiers, Three Boys and a Girl, the Geraldo Chorus, and Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra. Script and production by Eric Spear. Presented by the Department of National Service Entertainment (NAAFI).
Jack Buchanan , Fred Astaire , and Ted Lewis , with music by Artie Shaw. (Gramophone records)
BBC close-up of the new programme —2
and his Band, with Joan Turner and Edith Allan
Conducted by Captain J. A. Thornburrow, Director of Music, Royal Horse Guards
Regimental Slow March of the Royal Horse
Captain J. A.
Produced by the Armed Forces Radio Service of the War Department of the United States of America. (Recorded in Hollywood)
9.55 Interlude : records
The past week's Canadian news and sports high lights, cabled by the CBC National News Service, especially for Canadian Forces in Britain
Record programme of French artists, introduced by Lilian Duff
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra.