Records chosen by Forces overseas
followed by 'RECORD ALBUM'
From swing to classics
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
recorded by members of the Services for their relatives and friends in this country
9.15 Mediterranean Forces Calling introduced by Peter Haddon
Service from Spitalfields Parish Church. London, conducted by the Rev. Norman Motley
BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra (conductor, Ronnie Munro ). with Janette Sclanders , Ann Rich. and lan Gourlay
News from Canada, and of Canadians on the fighting fronts, including a newsletter for French-speaking
followed at 12.2 by Weekly Newsletter
at the piano, with his Quintet
(arranged by the Bristol Council of Christian Churches) from the Central Hall, Old Market, Bristol. Service conducted by the Rev. Dr. Maldwyn Edwards (Methodist). Address by the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Bristol. Lesson read by the Rev. Leonard Babb , M.C. (ex-president of the Bristol Free Church Council)
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
Les.-on : Acta 1, vv. 1-8
Stand up. stand up for Jesus (A.P.B.
Praise to the holiest in the height
0 Jesus, I have promised (A.P.B. 89) Blessing
Organist, Stanley Parker
Kay Cavendish , with her piano
with impromptu answers to listeners' questions. Sir Kenneth Clark (Director of the National Gallery), Margery Fry , George Gibson (Past President of the Trades Union Congress), Lt. Commander R. T. Gould , Sir Frederick Whyte. Question-Master and Chairman, Francis Meynell. (Shortened edition for overseas of last Tuesday's recorded session)
followed by CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL
Choir of the Plymouth Orpheus Society. Strings of the Plymouth Orchestral Society. Harry Moreton (organ). Conducted by David Parkes
I The Lord himself is thy keeper'
Scenes from the play by Stanley Houghton , with Wendy Hiller as Fanny Hawthorn , and Frank Pettingell (by permission of Firth Shephard ) as Nathaniel Jeffcote. Radio adaptation by Cynthia Pughe. Produced by Mary Hope Allen. Others in the cast are :
Sir Timothy Farrar:
Records chosen by British Forces serving overseas l
Close-ups from the world's batttle fronts
Weekly programme for Forces In Palestine, Persia, and Iraq : Eric Winstone and his Orchestra, with Julie Dawn and Alan Kane. Guest star, Carroll Gibbons ; ' I'll Tell you a Yam,' by Commander A. B. Campbell. Introduced by Georgie Henschel. Produced by Howard Agg
with Horace Percival , Fred Yule. Dorothy Summers , Sydney Keith , Dino Galvani , Bill Stephens , Diana Morrison. Jean Capra ; singer. Maria Perilli. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Script and lyrics by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley. (Recording of last Thursday's broadcast in the Home Service)
Lionel Hale on films
and his Music, with Jack Cooper
An entertainment chosen by Forces serving overseas:
David Lloyd, Avril Angers, Trudi Binar, Norma Dawn, Evel Burns, Alec Pleon, and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black .
Introduced by Phyllis Calvert.
Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams
From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.
This week's edition dedicated to "Tripoli Times"
NEWS FROM HOME followed at 7.10 by News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
Records chosen for-their women-folk. at home by British Forces serving overseas
Songs by Anne Shelton , with Nat Allen and his Orchestra ; Guest artists; 'Guess the Tune!'. Hostess, Avis Scutt. Produced by Alick Hayes
Produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe , with Bert Lytton , Jill Manners , Billy Watts , Gillie Potter , and Hetty King. Chairman, Bill Stephens. Palace of Varieties Orchestra and Chorus
followed at 9.5 by Parliamentary Summary by E. H. W. Atkinson
E. H. W.
with Joan Cross (soprano), Louis Kentner (piano). Conductor, Stanford Robinson. Programme introduced by Alvar Lidell
Community hymn-singing, from Lakeside Church, Reykjavik, Iceland. R.A.F. Singers led by Sgt. Ronald Rosser. Organist, L.A.C. J. Winter, Hymns introduced by Padre Leslie Badham. (BBC recording) followed at 10.25 by EPILOGUE
Percival Mackey and his Orchestra