Your request records introduced this week by Franklin Engelmann
' Licensing Laws.' The story of a licensee and some of his customers. First of a series of programmes showing how the law works. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
A talk by James Fisher , intended to interest listeners in doing a little scientific observation for themselves
Music for the mid-morning break played by Harry Engleman and his Players
Dance music on gramophone records
Reginald Foort at the theatre organ
BBC Northern Orchestra: conductor. Charles Groves
From Messrs. Connolly's (Blackley), Ltd... Blackley, Manchester
Wellesley Colliery Band. conducted by John Faulds
Evelyn Knight. Jean Cavall. Marlene Dietrich , Doreen Harris , and Archie Lewis : on gramophone records
and his Band in a programme of uninterrupted music
by James Hilton , abridged for broadcasting in .-even instalments Read by Norman Shelley. 3—' Disaster '
A talk by Professor Sir Cyril Burt, with dramatic illustrations
Professor Sir Cyril
Band of the 1st Battalion. The King's Own Scottish Borderers: conductor, Mr. W. H. FitzEarle
Mr. W. H.
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family.
London Studio Players, conducted by Michael Krein. with Monia Liter (piano)
with George Betton , Radcliffe and Ray. Peter Cavanagh. Jack Warner , Janet Hamilton-Smith and John Hargreaves , Jack Radcliffe. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins. Announcer, Lionel M'arson. Producer. John Sharman.
Traditional music of America sung by Gerry Fitzgerald and the Vocal-tones. Accompanied by the Virginians Presented by Charles Chilton
Some incidents in the life of the lovable character with the happy-go-lucky philosophy - America's No. 1 Crooner, Bing Crosby
Gramophone programme arranged by Nicholas Stuart
Programme arranged by:
A resident team of hand-picked half-wits — Gladys Hay , Michael Moore , and Harold Berens — prove this statement at the expense of the Question-Master, Stewart MacPherson. Sid Mill -ward and his Nitwits provide tumult when the shouting dies. Gordon Crier is in attendance.
Variety from the Theatre Royal, Barnsley. Introduced by David Southwood
A fortnightly film programme on every aspect of picture production and film-going.
Four-way discussion between John Mills and Martha Scott, stars of the new Anglo-American picture 'So Well Remembered,' and the producer and director of the film, Adrian Scott and Edward Dmytryk
Films to Note
Matthew Norgate illustrates his criticism on some current general releases including 'Bells of St. Mary's,' 'London Town,' 'Concerto'
'How Not to Make a Movie'
Roy Plomley presents the twelfth and final number of his humorous series
Background Music to the Fore
Spike Hughes introduces some of Harold Arlen's incidental music for American pictures
Round the Studios
Roy Rich visits the set of 'The Crowthers of Bankdam' at Walton-on-Thames to talk to Tom Walls, Anne Crawford, Walter Ford, David Tomlinson, Jimmy Hanley
Orson Welles, Edward G. Robinson, and Loretta Young in scenes from their new picture 'The Stranger'
Tonight at 9.0
Music played by:
The BBC Theatre
Featuring Uriel Porter , with George Elliott (guitar). BBC Revue Orchestra. conducted by Frank Cantell , and a section of the BBC Revue Chorus under the direction of Max Saunders. Orchestrations by Hal Evans. Produced by Peter Duncan.
and his Orchestra in a programme of uninterrupted music