Played by the BBC Variety Orchestra: conductor, Charles Shadwell.
The BBC Variety
Two pianos and some music in a light mood-Jean Merlow and Janetta McStay
Puccini's ' La Bohème': the best-known songs and choruses, linked by narration telling the story of the opera
at the organ of the Trocadero.
Elephant and Castle -
Directed by Eric Ball
Melody and svncopation from the British Forces 'Network in Germany
An abridged version of Jules Verne 's story, in twelve instalments. Reader, Gerik Schjelderup 4—' The Journey Begins'
Excerpts from the film, on gramophone records
at the organ of the Gaumont. Worcester
Residents v. Americans in London.
(conductor, Frank Cantell ), with the Four Clubmen
Peggy Cochrane at the piano
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and Peter Watts. (BBC recording)
A series of talks by ex-Service men and women who have taken up entirely new jobs in civil life. 5-An ex-Service building worker talks about his job
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes
Scottish Variety Orchestra: conductor, Kemlo Stephen
played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Collins
Conductor, Albert E. Badrick
Weekly programme for swing fans, by Spike Hughes
Christopher Stone discusses new gramophone records with W. H. Montague-Pollock
Talk by S. Maurice Speed
Introduced by Ben Lyon
Played by Louis Levy and his Gaumont-British Studio Orchestra. Sung by Eve Becke , Maria Perilli , Benny Lee , Jack Cooper , the Georgettes, and Male Voice Choir. Presented by Elisabeth Tyson
by Francis Durbridge. Produced by Martyn C. Webster. Episode 3—' In Which Sir Gilbert Explains'
Also Beryl Calder and Charles Leno
Steve, his wife:
Sir Graham Forbes:
Sir Gilbert Dryden:
A musical entertainment, given by Joan Cross (soprano), Nina Milkina (piano), Reginald Kell (clarinet), Max Salpeter and Colin Sauer (violins), Watson Forbes (viola), and John Moore (cello)
Variety from the Winter Gardens, Morecambe. Introduced by Victor Smythe
with all the old log-cabin favourites. including Buck Douglas , The Old Cowpuncher'; Peggy Bailey. ' Sweet Voice of the West'; Jakie Connolly. ' The Yodelling Cowboy ; Ronnie Brohn ' and his Ole Squeeze-Box'; Mervyn Saunders : and the Home Town Mountain Band. Presented by Jacques Brown
A restful interlude for quiet moments. Speaker, King Whyte. Singers, the Serenaders. At the organ, Charles Smart. Music arranged by Charles Smart and Max Saunders
and his Sextet, in a programme of uninterrupted music
Dance music in the old-fashioned style played by the Ritz Dance Orchestra. From the Palais de Danse, Bury
From Chez Carrere , played by Claude Norman and his Ensemble