Scottish Variety Orchestra Conductor, Kemlo Stephen
Trefor Jones Jae Fraser
Eric Robinson and his Orchestra, with songs by Margaret Eaves (soprano) and Victor Harding (baritone), and organ solos by Reginald Porter -Brown. From the Granada, Tooting, London.
Royal Artillery Band (Portsmouth)
Conductor, Mr. Charles Nalden
Richard Dimbleby , with the BBC Mobile Recording Unit, visits the Norwich district and invites people to choose their favourite records and say a few words to the listener. Programme presented by John Shuter
from St. Mary's Church, Nelson, Lancashire, conducted by the Vicar, the Rev. A. F. Ward
Rev. A. F.
A blend of comedy, novelty, and music. Introduced by Joy Nichols
The Song Pedlars; 'You May Take Notes '—a light-hearted lecture by 'Professor' Jimmv Edwards ; 'Picture in Song,' featured by Barbara Sumner ; Ask the Memory Man ' — Leslie Welsh tackles some questions on sport; Peter Brough and Archie Andrews. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins. Produced by Charles Maxwell.
Omnibus edition of last week's adventures. Script by Geoffrey Webb. Serial edited and produced by Raymond Raikes
' Sherry ' Dexter:
Mike, the Irish ' Spiv ':
Editor, Arthur Calder-Marshall
Charles Morgan 's new novel, The Judge's Story,' reviewed by Richard Usborne
The editor answers your questions
George Kamm talks about the Pan Book Ship, a publishing adventure
Major Lewis Hastings reviews 'Jungle Man,' the autobiography of Major P. J. Pretorius , with a foreword by Field-Marshal J. C. Smuts Your book list, with notes by Richard Usborne.
with Edric Connor as Uncle Remus. Songs of the South sung by Petula Clark , Benny Lee , and the George Mitchell Choir
Instrumental accompaniment by the Georgia Quintet, directed by Gaby Rogers. Devised and produced by Charles Chilton
Last Wednesday's recorded broadcast repeated
Presented by Alan Clarke in London, and Private Derek Jones , R.E.M.E., in Hamburg
Programme produced and transmitted jointly by the BBC and, in Germany, by the British Forces Network
from the People's Palace, London with Issy Bonn
Johnny Denis and his Novelty
Swingtet. with Billie Campbell
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Produced by Joy Russell-Smith
J. B. Priestley airs some impressions, opinions, and prejudices.
A happy - go - lucky, carefree entertainment featuring
A successful discovery and the winners of the last four discovery contests
Guest stars, The Radio Revellers
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 Majestic Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold , with tonight's visiting artists: Gregori Tcherniak (balalaika) accompanied by Geoffrey Sisley (guitar), and Hervey Alan (baritone). Introduced by Rex Palmer
Community hymn-singing from St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol. Hymns introduced by the Rev. Canon S. E. Swann and conducted by J. Cornish. Organist, R. T. Morgan
Rev. Canon S. E.
The celebrated singer, composer,, and conductor, with the Melachrino Orchestra, conducted by George Melachrino. Guest artist, Leon Goossens. At the piano, Percy Kahn. Presented by Ronald Waldman.
The first in a series of domestic comedies written by Mabbie Poole. Others taking part are Roger Braban. Patsy Smart . Stephen Jack , John Warrington. and Cecile Chevreau. Produced by Douglas Moodie.
A programme of melody introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the organ of the Ritz Cinema, Belfast.