Your request records introduced this week by Roy Rich
2-' Manslaughter.' Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
A talk by S. J. Folley , D.sc.,> about the application of science to milk production
Music for the mid-morning break played by Reg. Leopold and his Flayers
Dance music on gramophone records
Lloyd Thomas at the theatre organ
BBC Orchestra, conducted by Clarence Raybould. Eric Hope (piano)
Band of H.M. Royal Marines (Ports-mouth Division), conducted by Major F. Vivian Dunn , M.V.O., Director of Music. Royal Marines
' Hutch,' Robert Wilson , Dinah Shore. Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth: on gramophone records
with Ivor Dennis and Jimmy Bailey at two pianos, in a programme of uninterrupted music
by H. G. Wells , abridged for broadcasting in three instalments. Read by Valentine Dyall. 1—' The Great Fall of Nunez '
2—'It all depends what you mean by ... the words you use ' : a talk by Professor Sir Cyril Burt , with illustrations
Professor Sir Cyril
Harton Colliery Band: conductor, Jack Atherton
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. God frey.
BBC Northern Orchestra: conductor, Charles Groves
and his Band, with Harry Davis
with Eddie Reindeer , Ted and Barbara Andrews , Joyce Grenfell , Roy Lester , Macari and his Dutch Serenaders, and Gillie Potter. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins. Announcer, Lionel Marson. Producer, John Sharman.
Traditional music of America, sung by Gerry Fitzgerald and the Vocaltones,
-accompanied by the Virginians. Presented by Charles Chilton
Irving Berlin, the American song-writer, introduces songs and scenes from his new Paramount picture starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire , who are heard in the broadcast, together with other members of the cast of the film. Narration by Leslie Mitchell (by courtesy of British Movietonews, Ltd.). Programme devised by Harry Alan Towers , and produced by Pat Osborne
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 Millward and his Nitwits provide tumult when the shouting dies. Gordon Crier is in attendance.
Weekly broadcasts from well-known Variety theatres. This week, the Grand Theatre, Brighton, with Bertha Willmott, Peter Sinclair; Victor Seaforth. Introduced by Brian Johnston
'The Key' by Betty Davies
by Shaun Sutton
Both plays produced and series edited by Martyn C. Webster
Sir James Dunnovan:
Featuring Uriel Porter , with George Elliott (guitar), the 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.
Conductor, Wynford Reynolds, in a programme of uninterrupted music
Dancing to the music of Geraldo and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas , Carole Carr , Dick James , Archie Lewis , Three Boys and a Girl, and Ambrose and his Orchestra
Also a visit backstage with John Ellison to see the latest creations of the British Fashion Industry as shown by those waiting to take part in the Midnight Parade of Fashion
Organised by the British Guild of Creative Designers. From the Royal Albert Hall , London