Records of Bob Crosby
Recording of Ransome and Maries Works Band. conducted by David Aspinall , broadcast in the Home Service at 4.30 p.m. on February 4
Conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty. on gramophone records
News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
and his Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street Orchestra, with guest artists.
played by the Park and Dare Workmen's Silver Band: conductor. W. Haydn Bebb
Rhaglen arbennig i'r Lluoedd ar ddydd Gwyl Dewi i gyfleu Cofion Cymru. (Programme of music and verse for St. David's Day.) Dowlais United Choir, Eryri Ladies Choir, Bois y Frenni (concert party), Hogiau'r Gogledd (light music), Telynores Dwyryd (harpist), Elizabeth Evans (soprano), and Henry Jones (baritone), with greetings in verse by the Arch-Druid of Wales.
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas. Len Camber. Johnny Green. Alan Grant. Archie Lewis , and Three Boys and a Girl
Irene Prador. Stephane Grappelly , and Monia Liter
Fortnightly programme from the countryside: No. 74-Youth number from the North of England. (Recording of Sunday's broadcast in the Home Service)
BBC Theatre Orchestra, with Henry Wendon (tenor), Joan and Valerie Trimble (two pianos), and the BBC
Theatre Chorus. Conductor. Stanford Robinson. Programme includes the waltz ' A Thousand and One Nights.' by Johann Strauss , and a selection from ' Gypsy Love, ' by Franz Lehar
Commentary by George Darling
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen , with Janette Sclanders (soprano), in a programme of light music
Close-ups from the war-fronts
Records chosen for themselves by British Forces overseas
Conducted by Ronald Biggs
by Cyril Watling
played by the Band of the Welsh Guards, conducted by Capt. T. S. Chandler , Director of Music, Welsh Guards
Capt. T. S.
Midland Edition with a song and a smile for Midlanders everywhere. With Dorothy Megeney , Dick Lawler , Arthur Knight , and Paul Brittain. Teddy Foster and his Band, with Betty Kent. and Cyril Shane. (BBC recording)
and reports from the battlefronts
with Bebe Daniels
Weekly magazine for Forces in hospitals everywhere. With Mantovani and his Orchestra, and Rita Williams; Carroll Gibbons at the piano; The Orchestra - 'In Modern Mood' and 'Time for a Party.' Two competitions: 'S. For Susan,' written by Mabel Constanduros, featuring Lesley Osmond, Roger Snowdon and Harry Middleton and 'Puzzle It Out,' with Sandy Macpherson. Incidental music composed by Stanley Black. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg.
Repeat of this morning's recorded broadcast
Half-hour programme of music chosen entirely by members of the Forces
Day serving overseas. Today, by L.A.C. L. C. J. Newman and Cpl. P. Nash , M.E.F.
L. C. J.
Followed at 8.10 by Home News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
(French Radio Orchestra), conducted by Sir Adrian Boult. Moura Lympany (piano). From Paris
Sir Adrian Boujt is -now on a visit to Paris to return the visits made by M. Charles Munch and M. Paul Parav to this country. He has already con'ducted the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra and tonight conducts the Orchestre National. This will be the first musical programme to be broadcast from Paris through the BBC's transmitters since the liberation of France.
Recording of yesterday's broadcast followed by News Headlines
blended to suit the taste of the Royal Navy. This week's mixture includes Radcliffe and Ray; 'Off the Liberty Boat — the Navy s own contribution to the programme: 'Knot-ical Magic by Sirdani: 'Million-Airs' '-songs which have sold a. million, introduced by Nancv Evans : Vic Oliver , assisted by Slim Allan. BBC Variety Orchestra. conducted by Charles Shadwell. Introduced bv ' Hubert ' and produced by Charles Maxwell. (BBC recording)
(NEWS HEADLINES AT 9.58)
Conductor. Alan Crooks. (BBC recording)
Eric Winstone and his Orchestra