featuring Josephine Lee
Up till now we have considered only the work that has to be done in our homes. This week Ruth Drew talks about recreation.
at the organ of the Gaumont State. Kilburn
A series of talks about industrial Britain G. R. H. Towers/ a Tyneside shipbuilder, talks to S. V. Pollock about his job
' Token of Esteem,' written by Eric Allen and read by Ellis Chesney
relayed from the British Forces network in Germany
Twelfth instalment of a serial reading of John Buchan 's famous story abridged for broadcasting. Reader, John Laurie
and his Cuban Caballeros, with Dorothe Morrow
and his Orchestra, with Pat Macor mac. Elizabeth Batey. and Howard Jones
Conductor. Kemlo Stephen , with Janette Sclanders (soprano), in a programme of light music
Today's episode in the day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by Peter Watts. (BBC recording)
'Can you Believe Figures?'
David Glass , Secretary to the Population Investigation Committee, discusses the way in which figures are used to reveal and illuminate a'social problem, how figures can seem to tell lies, and how we can use them safely
at the piano, extemporises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in our Family Favourites ' programme
played by Jan Berenska and his Orchestra. with Jack Wilson (piano)
with Helen Mack , C. V. Tomlinson , and Reginald Porter-Brown at the organ of the Guildhall. Southampton. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson
(piano), on gramophone records
played by Harry Fryer and his Orchestra. with Olive Groves (soprano) and Mervyn Saunders (tenor)
Mrs. Wilkes entertains her guests in the bar parlour. Produced by C. F. Meehan and S. E. Reynolds.
Talk by Fred Messer , Member of Parliament for South Tottenham
Adapted for broadcasting by the author, in collaboration with Rex Diamond. Music composed, orchestrated, and conducted by Leighton Lucas. Produced by Alick Hayes.
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4 - More Confidence Tricks
This week Robert Barr and Percy Hoskins explain several new variations of the confidence trick: new swindles which may be used to part the returning Serviceman from his gratuity or the civilian from his War Savings, with particular emphasis on that old favourite, 'The Hat Trick.' Once again you hear the voice, and the advice, of Scotland Yard.
Produced by John Glyn-Jones
Twenty minutes of soothing music played by Reginald King. at the piano, with the Quintet
(Third 'edition) featuring James Etherington , Carroll Gibbons , a star from the Services, and the latest radio discoveries. Guest star, Peter Cavanagh. Debroy Somers Orchestra. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Produced by C. F. Meehan.
Records of Bing Crosby
A programme of improvised swing, with Kenny Baker (trumpet), Ivor Mairants (guitar), Jack Parnell (drums), Bertie King (saxophone), Billy Amstell (clarinet), Kerek Nevill (saxophone), Coleridge Goode (bass), and Norman Stensalt (piano). Produced by Pat Dixon. (BBC recording)
(New series). 1 —He Wasn't Superstitious,' by John Dickson Carr. Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Dr Andrew Dunning:
Stanley Black at the piano, with the string and swing sections of the augmented Dance Orchestra, and Denny Dennis. Introduced by Margaret Hubble
and his Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
A sequence of restful music, played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins
at the theatre organ: ' Music of the Night'