An early-morning entertainment on gramophone records. Introduced by Alan Adair. Including 'Cross-Channel Packet,' Soundtrack, and this morning's guest stars: Jeanette MacDonald and Gene Autry. Produced by Dennis Monger
A varied sequence of popular music played by Owen Walters and his Orchestra, with songs by Janet Davis (soprano) and Francis Russell (tenor), and organ solos by Felton Rapley. From the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, London.
Band of the royal Artillery
Conductor, Mr. Charles Nalden
Richard Dimbleby , with the BBC Mobile Recording Unit, visits the Birmingham district and invites listeners to choose their favourite records and say a few words. Programme presented by John Shuter
from Redfield Methodist Church, Bristol, conducted, by the Rev. Donald Rose
A blend of comedy, novelty, and music. Introduced by Joy Nichols
' The Song Pedlars'; You May Take Notes,' a light-hearted lecture by '' Professor Jimmy Edwards ; 'Picture in Song,' featured by Ronnie Hill ; 'Ask the Memory Man '-Leslie Welch tackles some questions on sport; Scott Sanders. BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell.
Produced by Charles Maxwell.
The Quiz visits
Glynn, Northern Ireland
Bing Crosby on gramophone records
The music of Peter Yorke with his Concert Orchestra, and the voices of Paula Green and Steve Conway. Introduced by Jean Metcalfe. Presented by Roy Speer
Last Friday's recorded broadcast repeated
Recording of last Thursday's broadcast in the Home Service
America v. Britain
A contest to find out who knows more about the other's country London: Professor D. W. Brogan , Joyce Grenfell. Quiz-Master,
Lionel Hale New : YorkChristopher Morley , John Mason Brown. Quiz-Master, Alistair Cooke
A weekly programme produced jointly in London and New York.
with Edric Conno r 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 Tuesday's recorded broadcast repeated
From London, the tunes you asked us to play. From Germany, the tunes that make them think of you
Programme produced and transmitted jointly bv the BBC and, in Germany, by the British Forces Network
from the People's Palace, London with Derek Roy
Dick Bentley Max Geldray
The Five Smith Brothers
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Produced by Joy Russell-Smith
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra with Frederick Harvey (baritone), in a programme of the kind of music that you hear in the Palm Court of your favourite hotel
Community hymn-singing, conducted by John T. Jones , from Ebenezer Welsh Congregational chapel, Gorseinon. Organist, D. Lloyd Evans. Hymns presented by the Rev. D. J. James
Rev. D. J.
The last of three talks by J. B. Priestley
A programme of melody introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Christian hymns, their music, and; their meaning.