Records chosen by Forces overseas
A personal choice of records, introduced today by Guy Belmore
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
Contrasting styles in dance music. Sweet music played by Reg. Pursglove, with Leslie Douglas , and swing music played by Jack Simpson , with Betty Kent.
Boyd Neel String Orchestra
Simple Symphony (Britten)
Romance in C, for strings (Sibelius) Aquarelle (Delius)
Ostinato (St. Paul's Suite : Hoist)
Repeat of last Thursday's broadcast
Produced by the U.S Armed Forces Radio Service RecoMed in Hollywood.
played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra : conductor, Rae Jenkins
Overture : Harlequin Serenade Simonetta
Gypsy Caprico, for solo violin and orchestra : Zingaresca
Suite : Robin Hood : 1 In Sherwood ; 2 Maid Marian ; 3 March of the Bowmen
followed at 12.2 by Sidelights from Today's Papers
Rejoice, the Lord is King (A and M. 202); Philippians 4, vv. 4-7
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 ' -musicaf 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 Max well.
Serenade in D played by the BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Julius Harrison
An entertainment chosen by Forces serving overseas. Vincent Tildsley's Mastersingers, West and MacGregor (by permission of the Windmill Theatre), Edward Cooper, Lorna Martin, Art. Noel in 'Composer Cavalcade,' Hal Monty, Jack Payne's Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Andrews, with Carole Carr and Betty Webb. Introduced by Sally Gray. Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams, from the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club. This week's edition dedicated to the 'Teheran Daily News.'
followed by reports from the battle-fronts
Special programme for American Forces overseas
speaking to Forces overseas
Close-ups from the war-fronts of the world
Records chosen for themselves by British Forces overseas
with Esther Coleman ,, Carlos Ames , and Harold Coombs at the theatre organ. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson
Midland contribution to a series for the Forces everywhere,, containing items of special Interest* to men from the Midlands
War Office personalities discuss
'Army questions of special interest to troops
followed 'by reports from the battle-fronts
Conducted by Maurice Miles. Harry Blech (violin)
Sixth in a series of 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 (tenor), a guest star, Betty Paul , and Johnny the Pageboy. The Dance Orchestra conducted by Stanley Black. Programme written by Ray Sonin , introduced by Carroll Levis , and produced by Eric Fawcett.
including a newsletter from the West of England followed at 9.10 by Home News from Canada cabled from, the CBC News Rooms
in ' Anne to You.' Introduced by Hubert Gregg , with Nat Allen and his Combined Dance and Concert Orchestra. Produced by A lick Hayes
edited and read by Lieutenant Frederick Phelan , A.I.F., and NEWS FROM. NEW ZEALAND edited and read by Arthur Heighway
Music and song, Variety and news from Northern Ireland, produced by James Mageean
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra.