Cheerful gramophone records
Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra
The Three Peppers, on records
'Odds and Ends', by Ruth Drew
Gramophone mixture of film tunes, introduced by Lilian Duff
Conducted by Captain A. Lemoine, Director of Music, Life Guards
at the organ of the Gaumont State, Kilburn
With Ivor Adams and Doreen Browning. (BBC recording)
at the organ of the Gaumont Cinema, Manchester
Directed by Jack Hardy
Gramophone records of...
Overture (Suite No. 3 in D: Bach): Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Felix Weingartner
Sospiri (Elgar): BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Iago's Creed (Otello: Verdi): Lawrence Tibbett (baritone) and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
Siegfried's Journey to the Rhine (Gotterdammerung: Wagner): Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Toscanini
play light music for the younger generation
Jack Simpson and his Sextet
Hawaiian music, on gramophone records: programme written by A. P. Sharpe.
3.45 Rugby Union: England v. Scotland
4.25 Rugby League: England v. Wales
Commentaries during play in the second half of each match, by Raymond Glendenning at Murrayfield, and Captain A.P. Grogan at Central Park, Wigan, respectively.
flashes between Britain and America. Famous artists and famous bands from both sides of the Atlantic. Produced in New York by Joe Mansfield, and in London by James Dyrenforth and Tom Ronald
The programme, a joint venture of the BBC and the NBC, is heard simultaneously in both countries.
National and Regional announcements and Northern Ireland News
in Newcastle and London. Hostess Doris Hare welcomes the M.N. in Newcastle, while Pat Burke is guest hostess at the London Merchant Navy Club. Debroy Somers and his Orchestra, and all the usual features - 'Ship's Newspaper'; 'In the Clubroom' discussion; 'Good Old London'.
Debroy Somers and his
Province-by-Province bulletin for Canadian Forces stationed in Great Britain, read by Gerry Wilmot: tonight, news from British Columbia
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 Variety Orchestra and Male Voice Chorus, conducted by Leslie Woodgate. Music arranged by Doris Arnold. Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren (recording)
played by Ida Haendel
What the General Forces Programme means to the British Forces Overseas.
As the war has moved across the world, broadcasting has been the fighting man's constant link with home. The strengthening of that link has been the special purpose of the Overseas Service of the BBC. From tomorrow Home and Front are brought closer together, when you in this country join the great audience of Service men and women overseas as listeners to the General Forces Programme. In tonight's special programme men of the Service tell how they and their comrades are listening now and will be listening in the future together with you at home.
Melody, song, and comedy, with Billy Cotton and his Band, and guest composers.
Billy Cotton and his
A tribute to the work of the R.A.F. ground-staff, whose skill, ingenuity, and speed keep our aircraft flying.
with Billy Mayerl (piano), Ruth Naylor (soprano), and Ernest Davies (baritone). Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, under its conductor Charles Groves. Programme introduced by Lionel Gamlin. Produced by Michael North
The Mills Brothers, the Four King Sisters, and the Merry Macs, on records
Primo Scala's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood
Primo Scala's Accordion
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