Alan Adair. as host, invites you to join him in an early morning entertainment on gramophone records
A varied sequence of popular music played by John Blore and his Orchestra, with songs by Edith Lewin (mezzo-soprano) and Scott Joynt (baritone), and organ solos by Al Bollington. From the Paramount Odeon, Tottenham Court Road, London.
Band of H.M. Royal Marines (Ply-mouth Division), conducted by Lieu tenant R. H. Stoner , Director of Music, Royal Marines
Richard Dimbleby , with the BBC Mobile Recording Unit, visits the Windsor district and invites people to choose their favourite records and say a few words to the listener. Programme presented by John Shuter
From Bradford Cathedral, conducted by the Provost, the Very Rev. J. G. Tiarks
Very Rev. J. G.
Presented by Alan Clarke in London and Sergeant Bob Boyle , 1st Royal Dragoons, in Hamburg Programme produced and transmitted jointly by the BBC and, in Germany, by the British Forces Network
Part of a Negro Church service conducted by the Rev. Utah Smith
Recorded in the Two Wings Temple Church of God in Christ, New Orleans, Louisiana, by Station WDSU, New Orleans, to co-operation with the BBC's New York Office
The music of Peter Yorke artd his Concert Orchestra, with the voices of Paula Green and Steve Conway. Presented by Roy Speer
Omnibus edition of last week's adventures. Script by Geoffrey Webb. Serial edited and produced by Raymond Raikes
' Sherry ' Dexter:
Last Thursday's broadcast repeated
Editor, Arthur Calder-Marshall
' The Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear ,' reviewed by Daniel George
The editor answers your questions James MacGibbon on the work of the Allied Control Commission in translating British books for German readers
J. B. Priestley talks with the editor about his latest novel, ' Bright Day '
Major Lewis Hastings reviews three books on sport: 'Rod and Line,' by Arthur Ransome ; 'Salmon Fishing,' by Richard Waddington ; and 'What Sport! ', by Charles H. Kennard
Your book list. with comment by Daniel George
From the People's Palace, London with Terry Thomas, Johnny Denis and his Novelty Swingtet, Frankie Howerd, Paula Grey, The Five Smith Brothers, Harry Secombe, Sydney Shaw
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Johnny Denis and his Novelty
Billy Ternent and his
A visit to Waterlogged Spa.
with all the old log-cabin favourites: Buck Douglas , ' The Old Cowpuncher '; Peggy Bailey , ' Sweet Voice of the West'; Norman Harper , ' The Yodelling Buckaroo ' ; Ronnie Brohn and his ' ole squeeze box'; Gerry Fitzgerald ; and the Home Town Mountain Band. Presented by Charles Chilton
The Quiz Goes to Paris
This week the English team is competing from Paris, so the questions from both sides have an Anglo-French flavour.
Paris: Professor D.W. Brogan, Joyce Grenfell. Quiz-Master, Lionel Hale
New York: Christopher Morley, John Mason Brown. Quiz-Master, Alistair Cooke
Produced this week from Paris and New York.
Professor D. W.
A happy-go-lucky, carefree entertainment featuring
A successful discovery and the latest radio discoveries
Guest stars, Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell
The Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Script by Robert Buckland. Produced by William Worsley
Radio's Sunday-evening musical rendezvous, where you can listen to the music of John Blore and his Orchestra (on a visit to Rainbow Room), with tonight's guest artists: Trevor Watkins (tenor) and Geoffrey Gilbert (flute). Introduced by Rex Palmer
Community hymn-singing from the North of Ireland Keswick Convention in The Tent, Port-stewart, Co. Londonderry. Hymns introduced by the Rev. James Dunlop
accompanied by the Concert Orchestra, directed by Bruce Campbell. Introduced by Phillip Slessor. Presented by Roy Speer
A programme of melody introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Christian hymns, their music, and their meaning.