BBC Theatre Orchestra, with Irene Eisinger (soprano), Joan and Valerie Trimble (two pianos). and the BBC Theatre Chorus.
Conductor, Stanford Robinson.
Programme includes the waltz ' Dancing Nights,' by Eric Coates. and a selection from 'Die Fledermaus ' (The Bat), by Johann Strauss
Variety and song from Wales, with Olive Gilbert in a brief interlude from theatreland; Howell Evans in impressions; a prize item from the 1945 Cymru Fydd Eisteddfod;. Howard Jones ; and Aneurin Thomas and his Collegians. Produced by Mai Jones .
with Bebe Daniels.
A weekly magazine for Forces in hospitals everywhere. With Mantovani and his Orchestra, and Rita Williams: 'Kay on the Keys' - with Kay Cavendish; The Orchestra 'In Modern Mood'; and 'Time for a Party' with stars, personalities, and sounds from home. Two competitions: 'S for Susan,' written by Mabel Constanduros, featuring Lesley Osmond, Roger Snowdon, and Harry Middleton, and 'Puzzle It Out,' with W.H. Barrington Dalby. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg.
W. H: Barrington
to suit the taste of the Royal Navy
This week's mixture includes Pat Taylor (by permission of Jack Hylton ); ' 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 Steve Conway ; and the Western Brothers
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Programme introduced by ' Hubert 'and produced by Charles Maxwell.
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