at the theatre organ
At the piano, Monia Liter.
Michael Krein Saxophone
Cricket: Army v. R.A.F., and a Scottish XI v. R.A.A.F.
Tennis: British Forces v. Allied Forces
Edited versions of yesterday's commentaries by Rex Alston, W.A. Bothwell, and Raymond Glendenning
Gramophone records of movements from symphonies by Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven.
from Chatham Parish Church, conducted by the Rector, the Rev. Joseph McCulloch.
Service conducted by:
The Rev. Joseph
Ronnie Munro and his Orchestra, with Nora Savage, Norma Vail, and John Silver
Ronnie Munro and his
America v. Britain: a contest to find out who knows more about the other's country.
London: D.W. Brogan, David Niven. Quiz-Master, Lionel Hale
New York: Christopher Morley, John Mason Brown. Quiz-Master, Alistair Cooke
This weekly programme, originating in New York and London, and produced by the BBC in collaboration with the American Broadcasting Company, will now be heard in Britain as well as in America
Quiz-Master (New York):
Combined Stoll Theatre Orchestra (by permission of Prince Littler). Guest conductor Charles Prentice, with Clive Richardson and Tony Lowry.
by W.W. Jacobs.
Adapted by Douglas Cleverdon, and produced by Leslie Stokes
(Leader, Camille J. Bogaert)
Conductor, Ernest W. Goss
From the Pavilion, Torquay
Excerpts from the A.E.F. Programme 'Farewell Party' at the Queensberry All-Services Club, London.
Conducted by Captain F. J. Harris. Director of Music. Grenadier Guards
Regimental Quick March: The British
Captain F. J.
An entertainment for Forces Overseas. Issy Bonn, Jill Manners (by permission of Emile Littler), Peggy Desmond, Peter Brough, Robin Richmond, Sgt. George Mitchell and his R.A.P.C. Swing Choir, Edmundo Ros and his Rumba Band, BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Introduced by Margaretta Scott
From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club
Sgt George Mitchell and his R.A.P.C. Swing
Edmundo Ros and his Rumba
A weekly programme on the words and music of great hymns.
Radio version of the Gainsborough picture, starring Margaret Lockwood, Vic Oliver, with Peter Graves and Michael Rennie; from the original screenplay by Val Valentine and Val Guest, with additional dialogue by Edward Percy
Original numbers by Manning Sherwin and Val Guest.
Radio score supervised by:
BBC Revue Chorus and
Feature concert for allied Seamen with Band of the Green Howards conducted by Mr. R. Lester, French Air Force Singers, Marian Zigmunt (Poland), Kenneth Cantril (U.S.A.), Harry Shuttleworth, Jos. Q. Atkinson and Cyril Moore at the pianos, Felling Male Voice Choir, conducted by T.H. Mearis, and representatives of the United Nations.
Arranged and produced by John Polwarth, in collaboration with the British Council, the Missions to Seamen, and the British Sailors' Society.
From the City Hall, Newcastle-upon Tyne
Band of the Green
Marian Zigmunt Unknown: Kenneth
Felling Male Voice
Arranged and produced by:
Toni and the North Pier Orchestra, Blackpool, with Violet Carson (soprano)
From the North Pier, Blackpool
Toni and the North Pier
The celebrated tenor sings with the Orchestra directed by George Melachrino. At the piano, Percy Kahn. Guests: Fleet Street Choir, conducted by T. B. Lawrence.
(Richard Tauber broadcasts by permission of Bernard Delfont)
Musicians directed by:
Arranged by Edinburgh Society of Organists. Massed Choirs of Edinburgh Churches. Hymns introduced by the Rev. A. Irvine Pirie, Clerk of the Edinburgh Presbytery. Conductor, Dr. Head. Organist, S. Webster. From Palmerston Place Church, Edinburgh.
Hymns introduced by:
The Rev. A. Irvine
' Queen of the Lost Valley': the story of an American W.A.C., who survived an air crash in which all but two of her companions were killed, and became queen of a savage tribe in a lost-world valley high in the inaccessible mountains of Dutch New Guinea
First of a new series of outstanding stories of wartime adventures, presenting the heroes and heroines of hairbreadth escapes and secret missions. Edited by Robert Barr. Produced by Brigid Maas
with the Bachelor Girls, Peter Akister, and George Elliot.
by Norman Snaith.
Programme of melody, introduced by Sandy MacPherson at the theatre organ.
with Reg Leopold and his Players, and Jack Cooper
Reg Leopold and his
Tunes that were favourites from the 'nineties' to the 'twenties.' A gramophone programme edited by Frederick Piffard