on gramophone records
Marche Slave (Tchaikovsky): Boston
Traume (Dreams) (Wagner): Chicago
Overture : Benvenuto Cellini (Berlioz):
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Monteux
Programme from Wales for Welsh-men overseas: ' Spotlight on Piano ': ' Entertainer Back Home ': Margaret Tann Williams : 'Home Notes.' conducted by William Aspden ; Guest artist. Maudie Edwards: Sandy Mae- pherson at the theatre organ: Cymric Gleemen of Penmaenmawr. Produced by Mai Jones
Weekly magazine for Forces in hospitals everywhere. Introduced by Marjorie Anderson , with Mantovani and his Orchestra and Paula Green. ' The Wishing Well.' with Vernon Harris : ' Leave it to Patricia Ross -borough —and her piano: The Orchestra in ' Waltz Time ': The two competitions: Extension Z.49 (a problem in crime, written by Charles Hatton , with Carl Bernard and Harry Hutchinson ): and A Guest, a Guess, and a Guinea.' with Ronald Frankau as the Guest; Winner's Luck.' with Richard Murdoch. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg.
blended to suit the taste of the" Royal Navy. This week's mixture includes Stephane Grappelly ; 'Off the Liberty Boat '-the Navy's own contribution to the programme: 'Turn Back the Clock -musical memories revived by Gene Crowley : 'Archie Takes the Helm.' .featuring Peter Brough , the .-ventriloquist, and ' Archie Andrews ':
Jack Buchanan (now appearing in ' The Last of Mrs. Cheyney '): 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. (BBC recording) followed at 9.58 by News Headlines
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