Joe Linnane invites you to join his circle of friends for a Sunday-morning hour of entertainment, with Harry Saville and his Orchestra (vocalist, Gwenda Caron ). Guest at the table this week, Norman Whiteley. 'Bing Time,' and sunshine melodies on gramophone records. Produced by Frederick Piffard
A varied sequence of popular music, played by Debroy Somers s New Light Orchestra, with songs by Victoria Campbell (soprano) and Gordon Parfitt (bass), and organ solos by Robinson Cleaver. From the Granada, Tooting, London.
Programme produced and transmitted Jointly by the BBC and the British Forces Network in Germany
from the Poplar Methodist Mission, conducted by the minister, the Rev. Dr. Irvonwy Morgan
A visit to Waterlogged Spa, Sinking-in-the-Ooze. Including ' Double or Quits ' cash quiz, conducted by Bill Gates. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont.
with all the old log-cabin favourites, including Buck Douglas , ' The Old Cowpuncher'; Peggy Bailey , Sweet Voice of the West'; Norman Harper , ' The Yodelling Buckaroo'; Ronnie Brohn and his ole squeeze box; Mervyn Saunders , ' Sergeant of the Mounties ' ; and the Home Town Mountain Band. Presented by Charles Chilton
with Gladys Ripley (contralto), David Lloyd (tenor), and Charles Smart at the theatre organ. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson
by H. Rider Haggard. Adapted by Alec Macdonald for broadcasting in eight episodes. Produced by Ayton Whitaker. Episode 2 — ' Solomon's Road '
Sir Henry Curtis:
The Combined Stoll Theatres Orchestra (by permission of Prince Littler), under the direction of Reginald Burston, with Monia Liter. Presented by Michael North '
A new all-comedy quiz in which victors win a prize and victims pay a penalty. Billy Ternent and his Band provide the music, and the producer is Jacques Brown.
(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. Episode 1
Frances Day on gramophone records
An international spy episode by Arthur Marshall and David Yates -Mason. Music by Geoffrey Wright. Produced by Peter Watts
With Eugene Pini and his Orchestra
with Jack Train , Diana Morrison , Hugh Morton , Fred Yule , Lind Joyce , Dervck Guyler , Tony Francis , and Molly Weir. Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins. Script by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley.
broadcast from the Palace Theatre, Camberwell, with Nellie Wallace
Johnny Denis and his Novelty Swingtet, with Billie Campbell
Ernest Arnley and Gloria
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Introducing ' Songs that Cheered us through the War, sung by the BBC Revue Chorus with guest soloist, Sidney Burchall. Programme introduced by Cathleen Nesbitt , and produced by Joy Russell-Smith and Bryan Sears
A happy-go-lucky, carefree entertainment
Featuring Avril Angers , Sylvia Wel ling, James Etherington , a star from the Services, a successful discovery, and the latest radio discoveries. Guest star, Jimmy Edwards. The Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Script by Robert Buckland. Produced by Alfred Dunning
Albert Sandler and the Palm
Court Orchestra, with David Franklin (bass), in a programme of the kind of music that you hear in the Palm Court of your favourite hotel
From the Franciscan Monastery at Gorton, Manchester. Community hymn-singing led by the choirs of St. Francis's Church, Gorton, and the Church of the Holy Name, Manchester. Organist, Joseph Hughes. Programme introduced by Father AgneIIus Andrew , O.F.M.
13—' Always on the Make '
TONIGHT AT 7.10
BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. Script by Harry O'Donovan. Produced by Tom Ronald
A programme of melody, introduced and played by Sandy Mac pherson at the theatre organ
Familiar Christian hymns, their music, and their meaning.
Sweet music on gramophone records, introduced by Robert MacDermot