Your request records introduced this week by Franklin Engelmann
I-The Reform Bill Debate, 1831-2. Lord John Russell introduces the Bill and the young Macaulay contributes a brilliant speech
played by the Billy Mayerl Rhythm Ensemble
Music for the mid-morning break played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Gilbert Vinter
James Bell at the theatre organ
BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Robert Irving
Grimethorpe Colliery Band: conductor, George Thompson
Frank Sinatra , Monte Rev , Archie Lewis , Sam Browne , and Kenny Baker : on gramophone records
and his Apache Band in a programme of uninterrupted music
by James Hilton , abridged for broadcasting in seven instalments. Read by Norman Shelley. 2-' Kathie '
1 —' For Export Only.' Graham Hutton begins a new series of talks on Britain's principal post-war economic problems.
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra: conductor. William Pethers
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey.
A recorded programme of light music by Sune Waldimir and his Orchestra. from Berns Restaurant, and dance music by Tore Jederby and his Orchestra. from an amusement park in Stockholm
Introduced bv Jack Payne with his Concert Orchestra and artists, in interpretations of popular melodies orchestrated in the modern manner
Christopher Stone introduces some new gramophone records and discusses Gustav Mahler's Fourth Symphony with the composer's daughter
with Claude Cavalotti (saxophone), Jimmv Bailey (piano), Billy Wilt -shire (drums), and Reginald Foort at the theatre organ
Fred Astaire on gramophone records
with Celia Lipton, Anona Winn, Forsythe, Seamon and Farrell, Rita Williams, Billy Mayerl and his Music. Hugh Morton in 'Meet The Rev.', the adventures of radio's latest character, written by Gale Pedrick with Roy Plomley as Charlie Banks. A weekly programme for Forces in hospitals everywhere. Competition: 'Stars and Sterling' with W. Barrington Dalby.
(New series). With John Clark as William. Written and produced for radio by Alick Hayes. Edited by Rex Diamond and Ian Smith. Music composed and conducted by Leighton Lucas.
Headline stories of the past reconstructed for radio. 2 — ' The Tay Bridge Disaster: December 28, 1879.' Written by Gordon Boshell , with music by Francis Collinson. Produced by Francis Dillon
Featuring Doreen Harris in a programme of songs old and new. With the BBC Variety Orchestra under its conductor Rae Jenkins. Presented by Joan Clark
and the Moonrakers in a programme of uninterrupted music
with Reg. Leopold and his Players, with Jean Cavall
at the organ of the Granada. Clapham Junction, London