played by the Band of the Royal
Dragoons: conductor, Mr. A. A. Singer Regimental March: The Royals
Two pianos and some music in a light mood-Edna Hatzfeld and Mark Strong
I-Beethoven. Some of his more popular music played and discussed
Conductor, Mr. G. B. C. Quick
Mr. G. B. C.
Pte. Paul Carpenter , Canadian Army, with Sgt. Dick Misener at the piano. A Canadian Forces Radio Service broadcast
A serial reading of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story abridged for broadcasting in ten instalments. Reader, James McKechnie. 4—' First Day in the Desert'
BBC Theatre Orchestra, with George Hancock (baritone), Betty Shepley and Doris Bootherstone (two pianos), and the BBC Theatre Chorus: conductor, Stanford Robinson. Programme includes a selection from Tom Jones ,' by Edward German.
Michael Barsley and Peter Eton give the fun, facts and ' figure eights' about ice-skating rinks, introducing the people who build and run them.
Peggy Cochrane at the piano
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Edited by Peter Watts. (BBC recording)
An account by S. C. Roberts of the life and work of Samuel Johnson
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes
George Scott-Wood and his Accordion Band
played by the BBC Orchestra, conducted by Maurice Miles. Gladys Ripley (contralto)
Conductor, Dan Lloyd
Weekly programme for swing fans, by Spike Hughes
Ralph Hill and Rex Harris discuss some new gramophone records
by Robert Westerby
Louis Levy and his Gaumont-British Studio Orchestra, with Dorothy Carless , Benny Lee , Jack Cooper and the Georgettes; and Male Chorus. Presented by Elisabeth Tyson
Adapted by Patrick Riddell from the novel by Alexandre Dumas. Produced by Martyn C. Webster. Episode 4-' The Escape '
Edmond Dantes Glen:
The Abb6 Faria:
Governor of the Chateau d'lf:
A new kind of musical entertainment, with Clifford Curzon (piano), and the Griller String Quartet
Variety from the Palace Theatre, Halifax. Introduced by Victor Smythe
When day is done you are taken on the magic carpet of records through space, time. and thought. Narrator, William Ashley. Edited by Frederick Piffard
Arthur Young and Reginald Forsythe , with Elisabeth Welch to sing and Stephane Grappelly to play. Introduced by Roy Plomley and arranged by Edgar Blatt
and his Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
Dance music in the old-fashioned style, played by the Gaybirds Dance Band directed by William MacGregor. From the Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
featuring Oscar Rabin 's Saxophone Section