Records chosen by Forces overseas
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
and the Dance Orchestra. (BBC recording)
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra with Ida Shepley (contralto).
Weekly programme of light music from Wales r
followed by the BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Muir Mathieson
Produced by the U.S. Armed Forces Radio Service.
followed at 12.2 by Sidelights from Today's Papers
God is our hope and strength ; Psalm 46 ; O Jesus, king most wonderful (A. and M. 178). (BBC recording)
Repeat of last Thursday's recorded broadcast
Conducted by Julius Harrison
An entertainment chosen by Forces serving overseas : Adelaide Hall, Mantovani, Tessa Deane (by permission of Will Collins), Ord Hamilton , Bernard Clifton (by permission of Jack Hylton ), Max and Harry Nesbitt , Ivy Benson and her Girls Band.
.introduced by Broderick Craw -ford. Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club. This week's edition dedicated to ' Morning Pioneer,' Madagascar. (BBC recording)
with Anna Marly
speaking to Forces overseas
Close-ups from the war-fronts of the world
Records chosen for themselves by British Forces overseas
Sandy Macpherson and Reginald -Foort at the theatre organ and grand pianos
from Scotland, for Scots Servicemen and women overseas.
Alex. Robb and his Boys' Accordion Band ; Willie Kemp (comedian) ; Band of the Gordon High landers : Bandmaster, William Williams ; Your Children Sing.' Programme introduced by George Rowntree Harvey and produced by Elizabeth Adair. (Recording of last Friday's broadcast)
War Office personalities, interviewed by members of the Forces, discuss Army questions of special interest to troops
Band of the Grenadier Guards.
Overture : Preciosa (Weber)
Pittenorieff Glen (arr. Miller) Spanish March (Chabrier)
Selection : Merrie England (German)
(leader, Paul Beard ) : conductor, Sir Adrian Boult. Noel Eadie (sojjrano). Ivey Dickson and Iris Loveridge (two pianos)
(Clarinet obbligato :
Frederick Thurston )
starring Vic Oliver
First of four happy-go-lucky hours of carefree entertainment, based on suggestions made to Carroll Levis during his recent tour among the Forces overseas. ' The Radio Deceivers,' ' Just the Job,' ' Piano Time,' and the well-known ' Discoveries ' feature.
James Etherington , the new tenor, a guest star, Betty Paul and Johnny the Pageboy. The Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black . Programme introduced by Carroll Levis. Produced by Eric Fawcett. (BBC recording)
Followed at 9.10 by Home News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
Judy Shirley , during her recent tour in the Middle East, collected a number of songs written by men in the Forces. Here she is, with Sam Browne , to sing some of them, accompanied by the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black . Produced by Henry Reed
edited and read by Lieut. Frederick Phelan , A.I.F., and NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND edited and read - by Arthur Heighway
on gramophone records
Overture : The Gypsy Baron: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Waltz : Artist's Life : Boston Promenade Orchestra
Polka : Thunder and Lightning :
B ston Promenade Orchestra
Waltz : Citronen: Boston Promenade
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra.