at the organ of the Empire. Leicester Square
featuring George Myddleton. Produced by Matt Heft
' German from Scratch '
Bill and Jock. of the British Army in Germany, continue their struggles with the German language
The Mayor of Coventry comes to the microphone to answer some questions on local government from a Sergeant in the Parachute Regiment. Douglas Houghton is in the chair
2-' The Air and the- Weather,' by S W Wooldridge. D.sc. This weeK
Professor W Vooldridge gives the first of two talks on The Air and the Weather.' ,He discusses such things as the varied climates of the world and their seasonal features
Elisabeth Welch , Arthur Young , and George Shearing
Introduced by Roy Plomley. Produced by Edgar Blatt
Conductor, Kemlo Stephen , with William Desson (baritone), in a programme of popular music
with Joan Taylor, and Reginald Foort at the theatre organ.
Fifth (and request) series. A programme of mystery and suspense 1—
Into Thin Air,' by John Dickson Carr. Produced by Martyn C. Webster
BBC Men's Chorus: conductor, Leslie Woodgate. Robert Easton (bass). At the piano. Ernest Lush
ENSA presents songs and orchestral music. Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra and vocalists. Walter Midgley in 'Love Songs that have Lived'; Doris Hare in 'Story in Song; 'Memories of a Star' (Connie Boswell and Bing Crosby) featured by Carole Carr and Archie Lewis. This week's ENSA artist, Gabrielle Brune (at 3.0 p.m.) *
(pianists),. on- gramophone records
Scherzo (A Midsummer Night's Dream) (Mendelssohn); Sheep may safely graze (Birthday Cantata)
(Bach-Howe).; Waltz (Suite No. 1) (Arensky)
and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (piano)
Tunes of Today
Ireland v. England: commentary on the second half of "the International Match. From Windsor Park, Belfast
Conducted by H. C. Burgess
flashes between Britain and America, with Leon Cortez , Gregori Tcherniak , accompanied by Geoffrey Sisley. and Leslie Mitchell , as Master of Ceremonies in London, and Ben Grauer in New York. Produced in New York by Ross Filion , and in London by Eric Fawcett. (Joint BBC and NBC programme)
Conductor, Jack Atherton
News, music, and entertainment for, officers and men of the Merchant Service from their own Club in London. Hostess, Doris Hare. Music provided by Debroy Somers and his Orchestra. Regular features include 'Ship's Newspaper,' clubroom talks on Merchant Navy affairs, and guest artists.
Debroy Somers and his
Listeners are invited to join tonight's crowds at The Victoria Palace, for 'Me and My Girl'; The Royal Albert Hall, for 'The Last Night of the Proms'; The Central Pier, Morecambe, for 'Starlights of 1945'; The Lewisham Hippodrome, for 'Top of the Bill' and The BBC Mobile Transmitter, for 'Following the Crowds '
First of a new series of broadcasts in which the microphone will follow the crowds to entertainments, old and new, all over the country
with Robin Richmond at the organ
Weekly radio magazine feature with contributions from broadcasting organisations throughout the world
Alvar Lidell discusses with Roy Plomley the eight records he would choose if he were condemned to spend the rest of his life on a desert island with a gramophone for his entertainment.
Louis Levy and his Gaumont-British Studio Orchestra, with Beryl Davis. Maria Perilli , Benny Lee , Jack Cooper and the Georgettes, and Male Chorus. Produced by Elisabeth Tyson
Operatic and ballet music, with Joan Cross (soprano) and David Lloyd (tenor). BBC Theatre Chorus and BBC Theatre Orchestra: conductor,
. Stanford Robinson
Freddie Platt and his Band. From the Carlton Ballroom, Rochdale
11.25 Tim Wright and his Band. From the New Cavendish Ballroom, Edinburgh