Your request records introduced this week by Robert MacDermot
Monsieur E. M. Stephan
Monsieur E. M.
at the organ of tile Westover Cinema, Bournemouth
2—' Re-exploring Britain from the Air': talk by Stanley Beaver on new methods of surveying from the air
Some cheerful music to accompany the mid-morning cup of tea. played by the BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor, Frank Cantell.
Dance music on gramophone records
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Llandudno
BBC Scottish Orchestra: conductor, Ian Whyte
Blackhall Colliery Band: conductor, Harold Laycock
and his Band, in a programme of uninterrupted music.
An abridged version for broadcasting of the story by R. L. Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne. in fifteen instalments. Reader, Deryck Guyler. Episode 3—' The Hunt is Up '
from the capture of Quebec by Wolfe to the creation of the Dominion of Canada. Talk by Richard Frost
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes
Central Band of the London Fire Forces: conductor. T. Kingston Jarvis
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and John Richmond.
BBC Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Harold Lowe , with Dorothy Hogben (piano)
and his Band, with Eric Whitley , Eve Lombard, and Harry Kaye
' The Residents ': Christopher Stone. Margaret Stewart. Daniel George. Anona Winn
' The Visitors': Stella Dick. C. V. Wedgwood . Amabel Williams-Ellis , Mea Allen
Questions set by Elkan Allan. Quiz-Master. Roy Rich. Programme presented by Joan Clark.
A comedy-thriller in eight episodes by John Jowett. Produced by Vernon Harris. Episode 1-'They're Off!'
Weekly broadcasts from well-known Variety theatres. This week. the Hippodrome. Boscombe. with Syd Seymour and his Mad Hatters. Jimmy Mac and Frank, and Pat O'Brien. Introduced by Hamilton Kennedy
Gramophone records of Fred Astaire , Ted Lewis , and Jack Buchanan
Fortnightly radio-review of the stage
The fourth number introduces
Robert Morley in scenes from ' Oscar Wilde'
Beverley Baxter , m.p.. Jack de Leon and Kay Hammond discussing ' Should any play run longer than six months? '
A little-known theatrical character: the programme girl
Michael Goodliffe on ' Running a Prisoner-of-War Theatre '
Neal Arden with ' News from the Shows '
Stephen Fry on ' The Theatre in the U.S.A. ' and Edward German 's music from ' Merrie England '
Leo Genn introduces the programme which is produced by Felix Felton and Ayton Whitaker
Beryl Davies and the Summer Night Music, with Lauderic Caton and Art Thompson. Introduced by Don Cor -dray. Presented by Pat Dixon.
and his Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
and his Orchestra, with Elizabeth Batey. Howard Jones , and Pat Macormac. From the Grand Hotel, Birmingham