from Northern Ireland for Ulster men and women serving overseas. The programme, introduced by Alfred Arnold , includes McNamara's Ceilidhe Band; Aileen McArdle and Grania MaFadden (harpists): Adelaide Beattie (soprano): Cyril Stanney and a piano; Norman Hawkins (baritone), and Ted Teale and his Novelty Quartet; Produced by James Mageean
Weekly magazine for Forces in hospitals everywhere. Introduced by Georgie Henschel , with Mantovani and his Orchestra, and Rita Williams. '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 Neal Arden and Harry Hutchinson ), and 'A Guest, a Guess, and a Guinea.' with Teddy Brown as the Guest: ' Winner's Luck.' with Edward Cooper. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg. (BBC recording)
blended to suit the taste of the Royal Navy. This week's mixture includes Tessie O'Shea ; Telegraphist Ivor Pye-the Navy's own contribution to the programme; Archie Takes the Helm ' featuring Peter Brough , the ventriloquist, and ' Archie Andrews ' Turn Back the Clock '-musical memories revived by Vincent Tildsley 's Mastersingers; Eric Barker ; '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 News Headlines
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