Song successes from stage, film. and Tin Pan Alley which you may like to remember, sung by Binnie Hale. Edna Kaye. Denny Dennis , and the Debonaires. Music played by the augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black. Produced by Joan Gilbert
A Home Forces entertainment for all in khaki and two shades of blue ' serving afloat or overseas. ' Blue Rockets ' Dance Orchestra, directed by Sergeant Eric Robin son. Service artists and guest stars. ' 'Double or Quits' cash quiz, conducted by Will Hay
Programme introduced by a guest from the A.T.S. and produced in collaboration with the Army Radio Unit, by Leslie Bridgmont
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