Ballet music by Rimsky-Kor sakov , played by the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski. (Gramophone records)
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces Newspapers overseas and Announcements
on gramophone records
Sokol March (Suk) : Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
On the Steppes of Central Asia (Borodin) : London Symphony Orchestra
Scherzo capriccioso, Op. 66 (Dvofdk) :
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Vysehrad (Smetana) : Czech Philharmonic Orchestra . The Battle of Kershenets (Kitezn :
Rimsky-Korsakov) : Boston Symphony Orchestra
Produced by the Armed Forces Radio Service of the War Department of the United States of America.
Clive Richardson and Tony Lowry , with the BBC Midland Light Orchestra : conductor, Rae Jenkins
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Conductor, Mr. David McBain
General Forces Programme summary
My God. and is thy' table spread (A.P.B. 74) : St. Luke 22 ; The Last Supper.
Elsie Suddaby (soprano) ; Mary Jarred (contralto); Eric Greene (tenor) ; William Parsons (bass). Bach Choir. Jacques String Orchestra : Ruth Pearl (violin) ; John Francis (flute) ; Evelyn Rothwell (oboe) ; Gladys Corbett (cello) ; C. Thornton Lofthouse (continuo) : conducted by Reginald Jacques. (BBC recording)
Conducted by Percy Harper , with Irene. King, Ken Beaumont , and Sid /Buckman
Friends and relatives over here reply to airgraphs sent to F. H. Grisewood by Forces in India and Ceylon. Music by Charles Ernesco and his Sextet, with Bettie Buck nelle. Regional contribution from Manchester. Produced by David Manderson
The history and music of the regiment, with a message from Major-General Sir Reginald Bames , C.B., K.C.B., D.S.O.
Close-ups from the world's battlefronts
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Conducted by Harold Lowe
General Forces Programme summary
by Cyril Watling
blended to suit the taste of the Royal Navy. Radcliffe and Ray; ' 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. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Programme introduced by 'Hubert', and produced by Charles Maxwell .
cabled from the CBC News
Fortnightly magazine for Forces in hospitals and convalescent homes, introduced by Majorie Anderson with Mantovani and his Orchestra : Olive Groves and Raymond Newell ; Out and About', with Donald McCullough. ' A Corner in Crime', written by Bruce Graeme , with Cecil Trouncer as Dr. Cartaret, the Coroner, and ' A Guest-A Guess -and a Guinea', with Carroll Gibbons as the guest ; ' Winners' Luck ', with Mabel Constanduros. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg.
(Cecil Trouncer broadcasts by permission of H. M. Tennent. Ltd.)
played by the Richard Crean Orchestra
Introducing experts answering questions sent in by Forces overseas. Contributors to this programme include Donald Gilson (City Architect, Coventry), H. Plowman (Town Clerk, Oxford), Alec Robertson , Hubert Phillips , and Denis Riley
Songs and' music, sweet and swing, from the Tune Parade of 1944. The Master of Ceremonies, Jack Jackson. The Cast, Elinore Farrell , Dick Francis , and Cliff Gordon (appearing at the Windmill Theatre). The Singers,
Paula Green , Sam Browne , and Dorothe Morrow 's Aristocrats. The Band, Phil Green and his Concert Dance Orchestra. The Producer, Henry Reed. (BBC recording)
Gramophone records, selected and introduced by Doris Arnold
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra.