A pianist with an interest in every sphere of piano music-Evel Burns
' German from Scratch *
Bill and Jock of the British Army of the Rhine continue their struggles with the German language.
In the last talk of this series. Guy
Eden sums up what has been said during the series, and shows how all the various parts of Parliament fit together
'Britain and the Trader.' Dr. Stamp discusses the future of our export trade with a marine insurance underwriter and a member of the London Metal Exchange.
Down among the dead men;
The valley lay smiling before me;
Charlie is my darling;
Par un matin Lisette se leva;
from Paris featuring Claude Bolling , and produced in co-operation with Radiodiffusion Francaise
Elisabeth Welch in sentimental mood. with Arthur Young and George Shearing to strike a note of brevity at two pianos. Presented by Archie Campbell
Cheery tunes for the week-end. on gramophone records
Talk by F. L. Vanderplank
Talk by Doreen Ingram *
played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra: conductor, Ian Whyte
Conductor, Fred Mortimer
Light music and song, played by the BBC Variety Orchestra (conductor.
Charles Shadwell ). with Gene Crowley
Bolton v. Bury. Commentary on the second half of the match. From Burnden Park Ground. Bolton
Gramophone records of Bing Crosby
Robin Richmond at the organ.
Hill-billy, cowboy. and home songs, featuring Frank Braidwood (the Prairie Vagabond), the Five Strands, Marilyn Williams. Andy Wolkousky , and Reginald Williams 's Futurists as the Swing Billies, with the Westernaires. Produced by Hamilton Kennedy
flashes between Britain and America, with Kenneth Neate 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 .
presents ' Ory's Creole Trombone': gramophone programme written by John Rowe. and introduced by Denis Preston
News, views, music, and entertainment for officers and men of the Red Ensign wherever they are sailing
Doris Hare is hostess of this programme from the Merchant Navy Club in London, with music by Debroy Somers and his Orchestra. Other features include' Ship's Newspaper,' talks on Merchant Navy affairs, and guest artists. Programme produced by Alfred Dunning.
Excerpt from Jack Hylton's pantomime. Staged by Alex Shanks
Orchestra directed by Sydney Jerome. and From the Adelphi Theatre. London
Capt. Bob Farnon and the Canadian Army Orchestra, with Cpl. Joanne Dallas , Ptes. Paul Carpenter and Gerry Travers. and Pilot Officer Edmund Hockridge. Introduced by Gerry Wilmot
Week bv week you are invited to a fay carnival. Let the genial host.
Jacques, pilot you through the happy throng, while the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg Leopold , tours town and village in the carefree atmosphere of the Sunny South Songs by Carmen del Rio. Script by Robert Buckland Produced bv V G Paterson
Records that your relatives and friends in the Forces at home. in the British Army of the Rhine, and in the Home Fleet. have asked us to play
Paddle O'Neil introduces this week's entertainment for the Royal Navy with her guest from ' Off the Liberty Boat ' : ' Stripey and Bunts ' ; ' Music from the Messdeck' featuring The Cornish Rhapsody: Robb Wilton ; BBC Varietv Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Charles Maxwell.
plays music by Cole Porter
Country notes by Sir Stephen Tallents, C.B., C.B.E .
Tallents, C.B., C.B.E
Each week a different orchestra offers a programme designed to warm and cheer you on a winter evening by the fireside. 12— Queen's Hal. Light Orchestra (by arrangement with Chappell and Co., Ltd.): conductor, Charles Williams
Bert Osborne and his Band.
From the South Parade Pier Ballroom, Southsea
and his Band, with Harry iJavis. From the Samson and Hercules Ballroom, Norwich