Your request records Introduced this week by Bryan Michie
Contents: The story behind Handel's ' Scipio ' march; the double-bass in dance and orchestral music; the waltz
Light music by Rachmaninoff, Albeniz, and Johann Strauss , on records
Some cheerful music to accompany your mid-morning cup of tea, played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra, conducted by H. C. Burgess
Dance music, on gramophone records
Two pianos and some music in a light mood
at the organ of the Granada. Clapham Junction
BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Robert Irving
Conductor, Fred Mortimer
with Billy Munn and his Music, and Roland Peachey and his Orchestra
An abridged version of the story by Maurice Walsh , in fourteen instalments. Reader, Ian Sadler. 4— Tom King Entertains '
" Give your evidence," said the King." A feature illustrating the necessity for clear factual statement
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes
Scottish Variety Orchestra: conductor, Kemlo Stephen
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and John Richmond.
played by the BBC Orchestra: conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Billy Mayerl Rhythm Ensemble.
Conducted by Mr. R. Barsotti , Director of Music
Rex Harris introduces a gramophone programme for swing fans. Edited by Sheila Fryer
A fortnightly series of programmes covering sports from all angles and designed to appeal to all sportsmen, including reminiscences of his win in the 1938 Grand National by Bruce Hobbs. and Claude Harrison on the history of Aintree. Introduced by L. A. G. Strong and edited by Geoffrey Peck.
L. A. G.
by F. Maurice Speed
Introduced by Ben Lyon and played by Louis Levy and his Gaumont British Studio Orchestra. Sung by Nadia Dor 6, Maria Perilli , Benny Lee , Jack Cooper , the Georgettes and Male Voice Choir. Presented by Elisabeth Tyson
by Alexandre Dumas. Dramatised for broadcasting by Patrick Riddell , and produced by Martyn C. Webster. 1— ' The Man of Meung '
Comte de Rochefort:
A musical entertainment, given by Kathleen Long (piano), Frederick Fuller (baritone),
George Elliott (guitar), John Wolfe (oboe), Pauline Juler (clarinet), Cecil James (bassoon), Dennis Brain and Norman Del Mar
(horns), Max Salpeter and Colin Sauer (violins), Watson Forbes (viola), and John Moore (cello)
' Girls Out of Uniform '
The original Ex-Service All Girl Show, featuring girls from the Forces. Devised, written, and produced by Ralph Reader . Introduced by David Southwood. From the Tivoli Theatre, Hull.
This evening, Robert Barr and Percy Hoskins, in collaboration with New Scotland Yard, deal with the burglar and the house-breaker, and Wynford Vaughan Thomas takes the microphone inside the Information Room at Scotland Yard to see what happens when you dial "999".
(Programme originally broadcast last October)
(Repeat tomorrow at 5.30)
A restful interlude for your quiet moments. Speaker, Don Cordray. Singers, The Serenaders. At the organ. Charles Smart. Music arranged by Charles Smart and Max Saunders. Programme compiled by King Whyte and Archie Campbell
and his Sextet, in a programme of uninterrupted music
Dance music in the old-fashioned style, played by Bonelli and his Ballroom Orchestra. From the Coronation Ballroom, Belle Vue, Manchester