Records chosen by Forces overseas
(Part 1) including, at 7.30, 'I Know What I Like ' : a personal choice of records, introduced today by Wendy Weddell
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
and his Orchestra, with Elizabeth Batey , Harry Kaye , and Pat Macormac.
Overture : A Midsummer Night's
Dream (Mendelssohn) : Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler
Perpetuum mobile (Novdcek) :
Yehudi Menuhin (violin), with the Paris Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Monteux
Dances from The Three-Cornered
Hat (Falla) : Madrid Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Fernandez Arbos
Italian Caprice (Tchaikovsky) : BBC
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
(NEWS HEADLINES AT 10.0)
Recording of yesterday's broadcast
Recorded in America by arrangement with the V.S. Armed Forces Radio Service.
Conductor, Charles Telfer
followed at 12.2 by Sidelights from Today's Papers
God be merciful unto us and bless us (Psalm 67) ; Thine for ever ! God of love (A.P.B. 117).
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas , Doreen Villiers , Le'n
.Camber, Johnny Green , and Three
Boys and a Girl
Conductor, Wing- Commander R. P. O'Donnell , M.V.O. A/Cl Leonard Isaacs (piano)
followed by reports from the battle-fronts
Topical revue, with Eric Barker , Kenway and Young, Helen Ray mond, and Melville Christie and his Dance- Orchestra. Produced by Hamilton Kennedy. (BBC recording)
War Office personalities, interviewed by members of the Forces, discuss Army questions of special interest to troops. (Recording of Tuesday's broadcast)
Close-ups from the war-fronts of the world
Records chosen for themselves, by British Forces serving overseas
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
by Cyril Watling
Robert Easton ; ' Off the Liberty Boat'—the Navy's own contribution to the programme ; ' Archie Takes the Helm ', featuring Peter Brough and Archie Andrews ; ' Turn Back the Clock ' -musical memories revived on film sound-track ; Tommy Bran -don ; ' Sing a Song, Sailor '—join in the chorus with Joan Young. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Programme introduced by ' Hubert,' and produced by Charles Maxwell .
-followed by reports from the battle-fronts
Fortnightly magazine for Forces in hospitals overseas. Introduced by Marjorie Anderson, with Mantovani and his Orchestra, and Paula Green. 'The Wishing Well,' with Vernon Harris; 'At The Piano' - Alan Paul; The Orchestra - 'In Waltz Time'; The two competitions: 'Sporting Shot,' written by Michael Barsley, introduced by Freddy Grisewood; 'A Guest, a Guess, and a Guinea,' with Gillie Potter as the Guest. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg.
Master of Ceremonies, Clay Keyes. Richard Goolden as Old Ebenezer, with Gladys Keyes as Martha. 'The Beautiful Memory'; ' Can You Beat the Band ?' ; ' Clay's Canteen,' etc. Paddle O'Neil, Susan Scott , Dick Francis , Richard Gray , and Esther Whitehouse. Old Town Hall Orchestra, under the direction of Stanley Black. Written by Gladys and Clay Keyes. (BBC recording)
Richard Bennett introduces experts who answer questions from Forces everywhere
followed at 9.10 by Home News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
Conductor, Ian Whyte
First of a new series of detective plays specially written for broadcasting by Freeman Wills Crofts.
Chief Inspector French:
Eric Winstone and his Accordion