by Elgar. (Gramophone records)
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas and Announcements
Music by Dohnanyi, Honegger, and Rakov, on gramophone records
Ella McConnell (contralto) ; Alexander McKay (tenor) ; at the piano, Andrew Bryson. Introduced by Harry M. Willsher.
Van Dam and his Orchestra
The Novelty Swing Quintet.
featuring Edgar Bergen , the ventriloquist, and his world-famous dummy Charlie Mc Carthy , and Ray Noble and his Orchestra
sung by Donald Munro (baritone)
General Forces Programme summary
There is a green hill (A.P.B. 114) ; From St. Luke 23 : The Crucifixion.
Repeat of last night's recorded broadcast
from Blackburn Cathedral, conducted by the Provost, the Very Rev. W. Kay. Address and devotions by the Bishop of Blackburn, the Rt. Rev. Wilfred Marcus Askwith Sweet the moments (A. and M. 109)
Prayers of Approach
The Lamentation: 'Is is nothing to you?' (being a part of 'The Lamentation' compiled by the Dean of York, and set to music by Sir Edward Bairstow)
Lesson : St. Luke 23. w. 33-47
Anthem: God so loved the world (Goss)
There is a green hill (A. and M. 332)
Organ Voluntary: Last chorus of the St. Matthew Passion
Rev. Wilfred Marcus
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Concert from-Lancashire: towns-folk of Colne and Nelson join in music, song, and local anecdotes, from the Municipal Hall, Colne. Sports news by Leary Constan tine. Introduced by Fred C. Fairclough , and produced by Arthur Spencer. (BBC recording)
Albert Coates. (Gramophone records)
Siegfried passes on to the Are-girt rock (Siegfried : Wagnbr) : London Symphony Orchestra
Mercury (The Planets : Hoist) :
Kamarinskaya (Glinka) : London
Gopak (Sorochintsy Fair : Mussorgsky) : London Symphony Orchestra
Infernal Dance (Firebird) (Stravinsky) : London Symphony Orchestra
Close-ups from the world's battlefronts
Records chosen for their women-folk at home by British Forces serving overseas
Produced by the Armed Forces Radio Service of the War Department of the U.S.A.
Weekly commentary on world affairs
and his Music, with Jack Cooper
General Forces ,Programme summary
from Blackburn Cathedral. (Recording of today's broadcast at 1.30)
Request tunes : Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
cabled from the CBC News Rooms
(Army edition). A Home Forces entertainment for their brothers-in-arms serving in the Mediterranean area : Band of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, conducted by Bandmaster A. W. Jarvis ; service artists and guest stars ; ' Double or Quits' quiz, conducted by Bobby Howes. Programme introduced by Corporal Sally Rogers , A.T.S. Produced in collaboration with the Army Radio Unit, by David Manderson
Bandmaster A. W.
Spike Hughes 's weekly programme for swing fans
Records chosen by British Forces serving overseas
Presenting music from stage and film successes of the present and of the past. Cast includes Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth.
. Orchestrations supervised by Wally WaUond. BBC Revue Chorus. Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Produced by John Watt and Henry Reed. (BBC recording)
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra.