Records of the Milt Herth Trio
Recording of Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra, broadcast in the Home
Service at 4.30 p.m. on November 18
with Olive Kavann , Denis O'Neil , and Terance Casey at the theatre organ. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson.
Headlines followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
Catherine Mentiplay (contralto): Hugh Maclnnes (tenor); J. Mouland Begbie (violin). At the piano. Andrew Bryson
David Java and his Orchestra
CBC Network programme, originating in Vancouver on the Pacific Coast of Canada, with Percy Harvey and the Golden Strings Orchestra, and songs by Ann Watt and Greg Miller. (CBC recording)
CBC Network Programme, featuring popular tunes and cowbdy songs, played by Cammie Howard and his Quintet, and sung by Oral Scheer . (CBC recording of a programme originating in Ottawa)
Records of classical music chosen by civilian and Forces listeners overseas
Headlines followed by ' THE BIG SHOW '
Arthur Askey , Cicely Courtneidge , Sid Field , Eric Barker and Pearl Hackney , Malcolm Thomas , Paula Green , the Stardusters, directed by James Moody , Van Phillips and his Concert Orchestra. Master of Ceremonies, Jerry Desmonde. Produced by Vernon Harris.
with the Bachelor Girls, Peter Akister and George Elliott. Directed by James Moody .
Close-ups from the war-fronts of the world
' All the Fun of the Fair.' including the Pin-Up Parlour, with Polly Ward ; the Juke Box; the Dancing Booth; International Theatre of Varieties. Side-shows introduced by Max Wall and Freddie Forbes. Complaints Manager, Robb Wilton. Music provided by the R.A.F. Dance Orchestra. Script by Max Kester and Howard Barnes. Produced by Pat Dixon.
Conductor. Guy Warrick
The seventeenth, Midland, contribution to a programme for the Forces everywhere, containing items of special interest to men from the Midlands.
Novelty numbers and solo pieces. played by the BBC Variety Orchestra (conductor, Charles Shadwell ). with Gene Crowley
followed by reports from the battle-fronts
Records chosen for themselves by British Forces serving overseas
Weekly review of sporting topics. ' Famous Football Clubs-Blackburn Rovers': high lights in the achievements of the club recalled by officials and past and present players in a chat with Walter Pilkington. Introduced by Victor Smythe.
Army v. R.A.F. Commentary by Raymond Glendenning and W. Barrington Dalby on some of the principal bouts in the Inter-Services match in aid of the Soldiers', Sailors'. and Airmen's Families Association. From the Royal Albert Hall, London
NEWS and HOME NEWS FROM BRITAIN including a newsletter from Northern Ireland followed at 8.10 by Home News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
Weekly broadcasts from well-known Variety theatres. This week's bill: Jessie Matthews, Wheeler and Wilson, Anna Mac, and Terry Thomas. From the Shepherd's Bush Empire
The Combined Stoll Theatres Orchestra (by permission of Prince Littler). under their conductor. Reginald Burston . with Patricia Rossborough (piano). Programme introduced by Rov Rich. Produced by Michael North.
(NEWS HEADLINES AT 9.15)
Recorded in America, and heard by arrangement with the American Forces Network followed at 9.58 by News Headlines
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra. (Recording of the Home Service broadcast on Nov. 11)