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: Housewives' Choice

Christopher Stone introduces your request records

Contributors

Presenter: Christopher Stone

: ' THE ORCHESTRA'

' The Strings ': an illustrated talk by Bernard Shore.

Contributors

Talk By: Bernard Shore.

: 'GOING PLACES'

A visit to
Holland for music arranged by the Dutch Radio Union

: ' SING A SONG OF SUNSHINE'

Ballads, popular songs, and music-hall ditties sung by the BBC Revue Chorus, with David Davies (baritone). At the piano Jimmy Bailey. Programme conducted by David Evans.

Contributors

Baritone: David Davies
Piano: Jimmy Bailey.
Conducted By: David Evans.

: At the Console

Al Bollington at the organ of the Paramount Odeon, Tottenham Court Road, London

Contributors

Organist: Al Bollington

: 'MUSICAL COMEDY'

BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Conducted by H. C. Burgess
Harry Porter (tenor)

Contributors

Conducted By: H. C. Burgess
Tenor: Harry Porter

: 'FAMILY FAVOURITES '

Tunes you ask us to play

: CRICKET

Middlesex (Champion County) v.
The Rest of England
Commentary by E. M. Wellings during the first day's play. From Kennington Oval

Contributors

Commentary By: E. M. Wellings

: 'TIP-TOP TUNES'

played by Geraldo and his Orchestra featuring ' Songs with Strings'
Presented by David Miller

Contributors

Presented By: David Miller

: Judy Garland with Margaret O'Brien in 'MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS'

An adaptation of the Metro-Goldwvn-Mayer production. Edited by Thurston Holland. Introduced by John Fitohen

Contributors

Edited By: Thurston Holland.
Introduced By: John Fitohen

: ' BALLADS OLD AND NEW

Laelia Finneberg (soprano)
Parry Jones (tenor)
Charles Emesco and his Sextet
Presented by Stanton Jefferies

Contributors

Tenor: Parry Jones
Tenor: Charles Emesco
Presented By: Stanton Jefferies

: CRICKET

Middlesex (Champion County) v.
The Rest of England
Report by E. M. Wellings during the first day's play. From Kennington Oval

Contributors

Unknown: E. M. Wellings

: THE ST. LEGER

Commentaries on the race by Richard North at the start and Raymond Glendenning at the Grandstand, with Claude Harrison as race reader

Contributors

Unknown: Richard North
Unknown: Raymond Glendenning
Unknown: Claude Harrison

: CRICKET

Middlesex (Champion County) v.
The Rest of England
Further commentary by E. M Wellings during the afternoon's play From Kennmgton Oval

Contributors

Commentary By: E. M Wellings

: ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

Aston Villa v. Blackpool
Commentary by F. N. S. Creek on the second half of the match. From Villa Park. Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Aston Villa
Commentary By: F. N. S. Creek
Unknown: Villa Park. Birmingham

: 'BAND CALL'

BBC Variety Orchestra and Chorus with Denny Dennis
Conductor, Rae Jenkins

Contributors

Conductor: Denny Dennis
Conductor: Rae Jenkins

: BEGINNERS, PLEASE!'

A Variety programme featuring new radio personalities. Introduced by Nigel Neilson. Accompanied by Eric Robinson and his Orchestra. Presented by Roy Speer

Contributors

Duced By: Nigel Neilson.
Unknown: Eric Robinson
Presented By: Roy Speer

: CRICKET

Middlesex (Champion County) v.
The Rest of England
E. M. Wellings summarises the first day's play. From Kennington Oval

: JAZZ MATINEE'

Small-band Jazz and swing played this week by George Webb 's Dixielanders and The Tito Burns Sextet
Programme introduced by Jack Jackson. Presented by Mark White

Contributors

Unknown: George Webb
Introduced By: Jack Jackson.
Presented By: Mark White

: CHARLES BUCHAN

on Association Football

: BEFORE THE CONCERT'

Raymond R. Roberts talks about the music to be heard in this evening's Promenade Concert— the last of the season

Contributors

Talks: Raymond R. Roberts

: PROMENADE CONCERT

Part 1
(0. B. Rees writes about tonight's concert in ' Music Diary' on page 16)

Contributors

Unknown: B. Rees

: NAT ALLEN

and his Orchestra
From Ciro's Club, London








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