Your request records introduced this week by Robert MacDermot
German for the Forces
Dr. Besser and Jock deal with listeners' questions and add some of their own
The story of trade unions and their relations with the State
'What have they done for me while
I've been away? asks a Service man. Hugh Gaitskell , member of Parliament and economist, gives the answer
Some cheerful music to accompany your mid-morning cup of tea. played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra. conducted by J. R. Denny
Dance music on gramophone records
A pianist with an interest in every sphere of piano music
at the organ of the Ritz. Richmond
Conductor, N. Jones
(Second series). Gramophone records chosen and introduced by Spike Hughes
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas. Carole Carr , Archie Lewis , Dick James , and Three Boys and a Girl
played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra: conductor, Ian Whyte
Elisabeth Welch in sentimental mood. with Arthur Young and George Shearing to strike a note of brevity at two pianos. Presented by David Yates Mason
F.A. Cup. Commentary on the second half of one of the sixth-round matches
Light music and song. played by the BBC Variety Orchestra (conductor, Charles Shadwell ). with Gene Crowley
The Mills Brothers, Four King Sisters, and the Merry Macs: on gramophone records
with artists. Presented by Glyn Jones
' Talking of Jazz.' Members of various
London Youth Clubs discuss their point of view with Denis Preston.
Programme illustrated with gramophone records, and produced by Sheila Fryer
Doris Hare is the hostess of this programme of news, views, music, and entertainment for officers and men of the Red Ensign wherever they are sailing. It comes 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. Produced by Alfred Dunning.
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
A parade of hit melodies past and present, sung by Carole Carr and Dick James , and played by Geraldo and his Orchestra.
The Southern Serenade Orchestra. directed by Reg. Leopold , tours town and village in the care-free atmosphere of the Sunny South. Songs by Carmen del Rio. Script by Robert Buckland. Produced by V. G. Paterson
Contrasts in sport and entertainment
8.45 Small-Bore Rifle Shooting. Edinburgh v. London: disc-shooting match, for medals presented by the BBC
9.5 Dance Cabaret. Brian Johnston introduces Frank Weir with his Band; Margaret and Robert Adair with songs at the piano. From Fischer's Restaurant. London
Paddie O'Neil introduces this week's entertainment for the Royal Navy with her guest from 'Off the Liberty Boat'; Stripey and Bunts; ' Music for the Messdeck,' provided by Leslie A. Hutchinson ('Hutch'); Forsythe, Seamon and Farrell; BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. Produced by Charles Maxwell.
An entertainment for the family round the fire in the dark evenings. Host, Pat Butler. Musicians, Queen's Hall Light Orchestra (by arrangement with Chappell and Co., Ltd.): conductor, Charles Williams. ' The Man From The Country,' Sir Stephen Tallents
Carl Barriteau and his Band. From Green's Play-house, Glasgow
and his Band. From the Astoria Dance Salon. London