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The week's news from Westminster, and background information on the life and work of Parliament
Light music for mid-morning played by Eugene Pint and his Tango
Orchestra, and Renee Barr (soprano)
'The Temptation,' written and read bv Robert Westerby. (Previously broadcast on November 4. 1946)
Eddie Carroll and his Sextet
BBC Welsh Orchestra: conductor. Mansel Thomas
Andrew Fenner at the theatre organ.
BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Robert Irving
Band of H.M. Royal Marines (Plymouth Division), conducted by Lieutenant R. H. Stoner , Director of Music. Royal Marines
A daily programme of entertainment, information, and music for the woman at home
The Rt. Hon. George Isaacs, M.P., Minister of Labour and National Service, on 'A Word to the Women'
Joan Griffiths introduces: a woman medical psychologist on Mainly for Mothers: Mrs. Arthur Webb on Filling the Store Cupboard': Ian Harris on 'Feeding the Hens': and the current serial story. 'Rebecca,' by Daphne du Maurier, read by Barbara McFadyean.
Rt. Hon. George
The Kursaal Orchestra, under the direction of Louis Voss
Cecil Norman and the Rhythm Players
An everyday story of everyday people.
A story of the passing years by Philip Wade. (Recording-of last Saturday's broadcast in the Home Service)
BBC Midland Light Orchestra-: conductor, Gilbert Vinter , with Joan Butler (soprano)
Introduced by Peter Watson
Thriller serial of the circus.
featuring Peggy Brooks 'Australia's Sweetheart of Song' with Male Chorus and the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. Presented by Joan Clark
Contrasts in Dance Music-15
Ted Heath and his Music and Reg. Pursglove with his Music Makers
In a hit-parade of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
Programme introduced by Alan Clarke.
Presented by Mark White and Eric Arden
4-' Some False Standards of Marriage ': a talk by Claud Mullins
A series of six stories of the Secret Service by W. Somerset Maugham, with Richard Williams as Ashenden. Adapted and produced by Neil Tuson.
Adapted and produced by:
Harold Berens, Gladys Hay, and Michael Moore prove once again that there is no limit to human stupidity. The hapless Question-Master is Stewart MacPherson. The hopeless music is provided by Professor Crock and his Crackpots. The helpless producer is Pat Dixon
(Ignorance in Bliss is broadcast by arrangement with Maurice Winnick)
Professor Crock and his
with Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra, including music for dancing and a ten-minute lesson by Victor Silvester. Introduced by Alan Clarke. Presented by David Miller