Your request records introduced this week by Geoffrey Sumner
International trade: Bernard Hollo wood discusses the pros and cons of bilateral and multilateral trade
Gramophone records of five famous artists
A Scottish forestry worker talks about his job
Some cheerful music to accompany the mid-morning cup of tea, played by the BBC Variety Orchestra: conductor, Charles Shadwell.
Dance music, on gramophone records
An accompanist plays some piano solos
at the organ of the Granada. Harrow
BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Robert Irving
Recording of yesterday's broadcast
Conducted by Michael Krein. with Joan and Valerie Trimble playing music for two pianos
An abridgment of the famous story by H. G. Wells , in eighteen instalments. Reader. Neal Arden. 15—' The Trap Fails'
How the Council gets its work done. Ernest Long answers questions put to him by Douglas Houghton
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes
played, by Jan Berenska and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (piano)
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and John Richmond.
Conductor. Kemlo Stephen. with Alexander Carmichael (bass-baritone)
with Helen Hill , Owen Brannigan , and Gerald Shaw at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Manchester. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson
by Francis Durbridge. Produced by Martyn C. Webster. Episode 7—' In Which the Net Tightens '
Steve, his wife:
Sir Graham Forbes:
Sir Gilbert Dryden:
Kay Webb and Sidney Jacobson review some of the new books
Christopher Stone introduces some new gramophone records
Arthur Young and Reginald Foresythe. with Elisabeth Welch to sing and Stepliane Grappelly to play. Introduced by Roy Plomley. and arranged by Edgar Blatt.
(Sixth edition). A happy-go-lucky carefree entertainment featuring James Etherington , a star from the services, and the latest radio discoveries. Guest star. Jack Warner. The Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis. Produced by C. F. Meehan.
Adapted for broadcasting by the author in collaboration with the producer, Alick Hayes. Edited by Rex Diamond and Ian Smith. Music composed and conducted by Leighton Lucas. Episode 22
Artists from the Forces back in Civvy Street report to ex-Cpl. Sally Rogeip at the Radio Release Centre, to entertain you
Wilfred Carlisle, Tom O'Brien (with Tom Smith at the piano), Jack London, Joe Stein, Scruffy Dale, a company of actors from the Reunion Theatre Association, and the George Melachrino Orchestra. Dress: best civvies. Instruments, musical, will be carried. In charge of the party. Gordon Crier and John Burnaby
(Seventh series). Adapted by J. Leslie Dodd from the play by E. Crawshay-Williams, and produced by Martyn C. Webster
Peter Madden introduces legends and music of the South Seas, played by Pat Forbes and his South Sea Islanders
with 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 organ of the Granada. Clapham Junction