Roy Rich introduces your request records
' First on the Left': R. Massie Blomfield deals with the essentials of giving exact directions or instructions
The Rendezvous Players featuring Jack Collings with songs by David Lloyd
' The Connoisseur '
Written and read by Robert Mason
A Visit to Italy for music played by the Radio Orchestra of Turin
Conductor. Maestro Cesare Gallino
Robinson Cleaver at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
BBC Welsh Orchestra
Conductor, Mansel Thomas
Harding Jenkins (baritone)
'Around These Isles’
BBC Variety Orchestra Conductor. Rae Jenkins with Janet Davis
Introduced by Joan Griffiths
'What's Your Worry?': a talk by Marian Cutler
A West-Country housewife talks about her life
' Seeking a Cure for the Common Cold': Rose-Mary Sands visits a research station
Isabel Swarbrlck talks about ' Bulb-Time in Holland'
Serial story: ' The House of the Arrow ' by A. E. W. Mason , read by Howard Marion-Crawford
A. E. W.
Reginald King and his Courtiers with Harry Dawson
Reggie Goff and his Sextet
In which Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family.
The music you have asked for introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
Troise and his Mandollers with Maureen Tasker and John Watts
Sidney Davey and his Players
Script by Edward J. Mason
Produced by Neil Tuson
A new weekly comedy series.
The artists include three old friends from Navy Mixture - Joy Nichols, Dick Bentley (both Australians, by the way), and Jimmy Edwards. Johnny Johnson and Alan Dean of 'The Song Pedlars' have teamed up with Terry Devon and Renee King to form a new quartet, 'The Keynotes,' who will do the singing. Charles Maxwell tells us that the opening scene for Take It From Here will be set, appropriately enough, in a broadcasting studio, and when we meet the company they will be about to go on the air minus script or producer - a situation which, he hopes, will not be paralleled in actual fact!
Wilfred Babbage and the
The Augmented BBC Revue
posts that mention
6-The Tolpuddle Martyrs
The story of some of the earliest workers' groups in England in the early nineteenth century
During this period workers who collected in groups to discuss conditions and problems were brutally suppressed by all the authorities. The groups were forced to meet by stealth and. therefore, formed secret societies Written and produced by Joel O'Brien
Music composed by Arthur Oldham
Tunes you have asked us to play
A reminiscent programme of your favourite melodies
Singer: John McHugh
Players: Mantovani and his Orchestra
Produced by Stanton Jefferiea
by Terry Newman
Produced by Cleland Finn
and his Orchestra, and ROBERTO INGLEZ and his Rumba Band
From the Savoy Restaurant, London