by Mileson Horton. Produced by Peter Watts. 4—' The Case of the Dalmatian Dagger
Song successes from stage. film, and Tin-Pan Alley which you may like to remember, sung by Edna Kaye. Denny Dennis , and the Modernaires. Music played by the augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black
to suit the taste of the Royal Navy, including Gloria Brent ; ' Don't be Fright' '-nautical magic by Sirdani; ' Off the Liberty Boat '—the Navy's own contribution to the programme; ' Naval Intelligence '—a quiz bee with teams from all ranks; Million-Airs'
—songs which have sold a million introduced by Marjorie Flinn ; Eric Barker ; Scottish Variety Orchestra. conducted by Kemlo Stephen. ' Programme introduced bv ' Hubert and produced by Charles Maxwell. (Recorded at a naval station in Scotland: repeat of last Thursday's broadcast)
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