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: BREAKFAST CLUB'

Joe Linnane invites you to visit his circle of friends for a Sunday-morning hour of entertainment, with Harry Saville and his Orchestra (vocalist, Gwenda Caron ). Guests at the table this week, the Ramblers. ' Bing Time,' and sunshine melodies on gramophone . records. Produced by Frederick Piffard

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Saville
Unknown: Gwenda Caron
Produced By: Frederick Piffard

: MUSIC IN THE AIR'

A varied sequence of popular music played by Harry Fryer and his Orchestra. with songs by Joan Butler (soprano) and John Lewis (tenor), and organ solos by Felton Rapley. From the Dominion. Tottenham Court Road, London.

Contributors

Played By: Harry Fryer
Songs By: Joan Butler
Songs By: John Lewis
Solos By: Felton Rapley.

: Marching with the Guards

1 — The full Regimental Band of the Royal Horse Guards (' The Blues '), conducted by Captain A. J. Thorn -burrow, Director of Music, Royal Horse Guards

Contributors

Conducted By: Captain A. J. Thorn

: Sandy Presents

a half-hour of melody at the theatre organ, with Laelia Finneberg, Marian Zigmunt, and Charles Smart at the console

Contributors

Presenter: Sandy MacPherson
Unknown: Laelia Finneberg
Unknown: Marian Zigmunt
Organist: Charles Smart

: People's Service

from Chatham Parish Church conducted by the rector, the Rev. Joseph McCulloch

Contributors

Celebrant: Rev. Joseph McCulloch

: Charlie Chester in ' STAND EASY'

with his crazy gang— Arthur Haynes. Ken Morris. Len Marten. Louise Gainsborough , Ramon St. Clair, and the ' Blue Rockets' Dance Orchestra, directed by Eric Robinson , with Diana Whitburn. Produced by Leslie Bridg mont.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Haynes.
Unknown: Ken Morris.
Unknown: Len Marten.
Unknown: Louise Gainsborough
Unknown: Ramon St.
Directed By: Eric Robinson
Unknown: Diana Whitburn.
Produced By: Leslie Bridg

: Eric Barker in ' MERRY-GO-ROUND'

A visit to Waterlogged Spa at Sinklng-in-the-Ooze. 'Double or Quits' cash quiz. conducted by Bill Gates. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont. (Repeat of last Friday's recorded broadcast)

Contributors

Conducted By: Bill Gates.
Produced By: Leslie Bridgmont.

: Big Bill Campbell and his ' ROCKY MOUNTAIN RHYTHM '

with all the old log-cabin favourites, including Buck Douglas. The Old Cowpuncher ': Peggy Bailey , ' Swept 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

Contributors

Unknown: Buck Douglas.
Unknown: Peggy Bailey
Unknown: Norman Harper.
Unknown: Ronnie Brohn
Unknown: Mervyn Saunders.
Presented By: Charles Chilton

: ' MUSIC PARADE '

The Combined Stoll Theatres Orchestra (by permission of Prince Littler) under the direction of Reginald Burston, with Isador Goodman. Presented by Michael North

Contributors

Unknown: Isador Goodman.
Presented By: Michael North

: 'KING SOLOMON'S MINES'

by H. Rider Haggard. Adapted by Alec Macdonald for broadcasting in eight episodes. Produced by Ayton Whitaker. Episode 3—' The Witch-Hunt.'

Contributors

Unknown: H. Rider Haggard.
Adapted By: Alec MacDonald
Produced By: Ayton Whitaker.

: ' FAMILY FAVOURITES '

Programme produced and transmitted jointly by the BBC and the British Forces Network in Germany

: Richmal Crompton's ' JUST WILLIAM'

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 2

Contributors

Unknown: John Clark
Unknown: Alick Hayes.
Edited By: Rex Diamond
Unknown: Ian Smith.
Conducted By: Leighton Lucas.
Mr Brown: Gordon McLeod
Mrs Brown: Betty Bowden
Ethel: Rosamond Barnes
Robert: Harry Locke
Ginger: Tony Stockman
Violet Elizabeth: Jacqueline Boyer

: Tommy Handley in 'ITMA'

with Jack Train , Diana Morrison , Hugh Morton , Fred Yule , Lind Joyce , Deryck Guyler. Tony Francis , and Molly Weir. Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins. Script by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Train
Unknown: Diana Morrison
Unknown: Hugh Morton
Unknown: Fred Yule
Unknown: Lind Joyce
Unknown: Deryck Guyler.
Unknown: Tony Francis
Unknown: Molly Weir.
Conducted By: Rae Jenkins.
Script By: Ted Kavanagh.
Produced By: Francis Worsley.

: 'IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD'

with Reg. Leopold , hia Players, and Jean Cavall

Contributors

Unknown: Reg. Leopold
Unknown: Jean Cavall

: Variety Band-Box

broadcast from the Camberwell Palace, with Peter Brough and Archie Andrews,
Felix Mendelssohn's Hawaiian Serenaders, Ted Andrews and Barbara, Hal Stone and Nina Kaye, James Moody, George McTear, Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Presenting 'Songs that cheered us through the War,' sung by the BBC Revue Chorus, with guest soloist Margaret Eaves. Programme introduced by Jean Colin and produced by Joy Russell-Smith and Bryan Sears

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Brough
Unknown: Archie Andrews
Unknown: Felix Mendelssohn
Unknown: Ted Andrews
Unknown: Hal Stone
Unknown: Nina Kaye
Unknown: James Moody
Unknown: George McTear
Unknown: Billy Ternent
Soloist: Margaret Eaves.
Duced By: Jean Colin
Produced By: Joy Russell-Smith
Produced By: Bryan Sears

: THE CARROLL LEVIS SHOW

A happy-go-lucky, carefree entertainment, featuring Avril Angers , Sylvia Welling , James Ethering ton, a star from the Services, a successful discovery, and the latest radio discoveries. Guest star, Ronald Frankau. The Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis. Script by Robert Buckland . Produced by Alfred Dunning

Contributors

Unknown: Avril Angers
Unknown: Sylvia Welling
Unknown: James Ethering
Unknown: Ronald Frankau.
Directed By: Stanley Black.
Introduced By: Carroll Levis.
Script By: Robert Buckland
Produced By: Alfred Dunning

: GRAND HOTEL'

Albert Sandler and the Palm
Court Orchestra. This week's programme features solos played by some of the members of the orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Sandler

: SUNDAY HALF-HOUR

Community hymn-singing from Thomas Street Methodist Church, Portadown, Northern Ireland. Hymns introduced by the Rev. Ernest Shaw. Organist, Alex Watson

Contributors

Organist: Ernest Shaw.
Organist: Alex Watson

: Jimmy O'Dea presides ' AT THE MULLIGAN INN '

14—' Still In'
Percival Mackey 's Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. Script by Harry O'Donovan. Produced by Tom Ronald

Contributors

Unknown: Percival MacKey
Unknown: Frank Cantell.
Script By: Harry O'Donovan.
Produced By: Tom Ronald
Mrs Mulligan: Jimmy O'Dea
Mick Mulligan: Joe Linnane
Maureen: Maureen Potter
Mr Mclllhagga: Jim Jonson
Liz: Josie Day
Constable Finucane: Charles Keogh
Singer: Stephen Black

: 'TALKING WITH YOU

Quintin Morris

Contributors

Unknown: Quintin Morris

: ' THE TWILIGHT HOUR'

A programme of melody, introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ

Contributors

Played By: Sandy MacPherson

: ' THINK ON THESE THINGS'

Familiar Christian hymns, their music, and their meaning.

: ROAD TO DREAMLAND'

Sweet music on gramophone records, introduced by Robert MacDermot

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert MacDermot








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