ENSA presents Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra and vocalists. Gwen Catley in ' Love Songs that have Lived'; Albert Whelan in ' Story in Song'; 'Memories of a Star' tMary Martin), featured by Carole Carr : this week's ENSA artist. Addie Seamon. of Forsvthe. Seamon. and Farrell
Programme for officers and men of the Merchant Navy recorded at the M.N. Club in London, with Doris Hare , Anne Ziegler , Webster Booth , and Mark Daly joining in from the new Merchant Navy House, Middlesbrough. Music by Debroy Somers and HM Orchestra. Produced by Alfred Dunning and Victor Smythe. (BBC recording)
From Merchant Navy:
flashes between Britain and America. From London. Anona Winn and Benny Furst. with Leslie Mitchell (by courtesy of British Movietonews, Ltd.) as- Master of Ceremonies in London and Ben Grauer in New York. Produced in New York by Ross Filion. and in London by'Jimmv Dyrenforth and Tom Ronald. (Joint BBC and NBC programme. heard simultaneously in both countries)
BBC Theatre Orchestra and Chorus on tour in collaboration with ENSA. entertain the Army. Sylvia Welling (soprano); Stephen Manton (tenor). Conductor, Stanford Robinson. From an Army camp in the North of England
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