Records chosen by Forces overseas
Erskine ' Hawkins and his Orchestra
Brigg Fair (An English
Rhapsody) played by the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham. (Gramophone records)
Headlines followed by News Read at Dictation Speedfor Forces newspapers overseas
Jessie Matthews and Billy Milton.
Directed by Albert Sandler , with Marcel de Haes , in a programme of Continental music, gay and sentimental
on gramophone records
Symphony No 4. in D minor
(Schumann) : London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter
Solitude (Tchaikovsky—Stokowski) :
Love Duet and Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde : Wagner) ; Fantasia : A Night on the Bare Mountain (Mussorgsky) : Philadelphia Orchestra. conducted by Leopold Stokowski
(by permission of the Officer Commanding) : directed by Corporal Lee Street. (BBC i recording)
A new midnight entertainment for war-workers in Britain.
(Recording of the programme broadcast in North America during the Wednesday night-shift break)
followed at 12.2 by Sidelights from Today's Papers
Christian! seek not yet repose (A.P.B. 17): St. Matthew 12, vv. 22-28; Jesus heals in the power of the Spirit.
Cricket : Army v. Royal Australian Air Force. Commentary during the morning's, play at Lord's
Anne Shelton. At the piano, Jimmy Bailey.
ENSA Overseas Half-Hour, with Jack Leon and his Dance Orchestra, the Jive Bombers. Gloria Kane. Betty Kent , Harry Hudson , and Bernard Clifton. Introduced by Pamela Sholto
Special programme for American Forces in India
Experts answer questions sent in by Forces overseas. Contributors to the programme include Sir Henry Bunbury , Dr. Julian Huxley , and Alec Robertson .
Novelty numbers and solo pieces, played by the BBC Variety Orchestra (conductor, Charles Shad well), with Jack Cooper
Produced by the U.S. Armed Forces Radio Service.
Review of news and events of special interest to Forces in India
Close-ups from the war-fronts of the world
Records. chosen by British Forces serving overseas
Cricket : Army r. Royal Australian Air Force. Commentary during play at Lord's
Half-an-hour of news, music, and entertainment for officers and men of the Merchant Service, from their own M.N. Club in London's West End. Doris Hare is hostess, with Debroy Somers and his Orchestra: Regular features include ' Ship's Newspaper,' ' In the Clubroom,' and ' Good Old London.' Programme produced by Alfred Dunning.
flashes between Britain and America. Famous artists on both sides of the Atlantic, with Leslie Mitchell as Master of Ceremonies in London. Produced in New York by Joe Mansfield , and in London by Jimmy Dyren forth and Tom Ronald
(The programme, a joint venture of the BBC and NBC. is heard simultaneously in both countries)
London Philharmonic Orchestra (leader, Jean Pougnet ). Associate conductor, Basil Cameron
From the Royal Albert Hall, London
Jean Metcalfe replies to some of the letters sent to her by Forces overseas
(by. permission of the Air Council) : leader, Sergeant J. Miller
NEWS and NEWS FROM HOMEfollowed at 9.10 by News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
(killed in action in July, 1942) played by* the BBC Theatre Orchestra. with the BBC Theatre Chorus. Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Cricket: Army v. Royal Australian Air Force. Summary of to-day's match, illustrated by recordings taken during play
Weekly Variety show starring a Canadian Army Orchestra, with songs by Cpl. Bill Smith , Cpl. Ted Hockridge , and Pte. Lance King. Introduced by Gerry Wilmot
Eric Winstone and his Accordion