Introduced by David Enders
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
Cecil Norman and the Rhythm Players
' The Ladies of Albert Lodge '
Written and read by Antonia Ridge
The All-Star Brass Band
International Staff Band of the Salvation Army and Massed Bands on gramophone records
(Leader. J. Mouland Begbie )
Conducted by Gerald Gentry
and his Orchestra with Cleo Laine
Frank Holder , and Tony Mansell
Today's story: The Frisking Frolicking Pony.' by Margaret Gore , told by Julia Lang. Part 2
Hints on Making the Christmas Cake: by Louise Davies.
Clinic for Old Clothes: Alice Hooper Beck prescribes the treatment. The second of four talks
Are we too tolerant? 2: Lady Cynthia Asquith considers the changing code of behaviour.
Watch Your Step: a barrister describes some cases about getting on and off the bus
Serial: 'Village School' by 'Miss Read '
(to be read in ten instalments)
Abridged by Mollie Field
Read by Jane Fergus 2: 'Choir Practice'
Programme introduced by Jean Metcalfe
Artists from the Commonwealth of Nations gather in London to send greetings in song to their folks at home and to listeners in the Motherland
Robert Easton (United Kingdom) introduces
Edith Osier (South Africa)
Lorrae Desmond (Australia) Edmund Hockridge (Canada)
George Browne (West Indies) and The Johnston Singers
The Frank Baron Trio
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conducted by Harry Rabinowita
Produced by Glyn Jones
Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers (Chatham)
Conducted by Major A. Young, Director of Music
and his Mazurka Orchestra with Tamara Chumakova
presents hit songs of the moment with Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra
Produced by John Hooper
with Alan Whicker
A Hitchcock thriller: A sample of the Younger Generation compares first impressions of 'To Catch a Thief', directed by Alfred Hitchcock and glean advice from their guest, director Alexander McKendrick.
The Team: Judy Evans from South Wales, John Rawnsley from Yorkshire and Norma Ellis (in the chair) from London
visits the Croydon and District Scottish Association (Eve of St. Andrew's Day party) with Mabel at 'the table' and Harry Hudson at the piano
Presented by Stephen Renaud Williams
at 11.55 a.m. (Home); and Sunday, December 4 at 11.0 a.m. (Light)
Alma Cogan , June Whitfield and Wallas Eaton with The Keynotes
Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra Conducted by Harry Rabinowitz
Announcer, David Dunhill
Script: Frank Muir and Denis Norden
Produced by Charles Maxwell
9— 'The Canary of the Syndicate '
Written by Stephen Grenfell
The series is edited and produced by Alan Burgess
(Continued in next column) with Nicholas Stuart , Stuart Nichol Mavis Villiers , Louise Gainsborough Murder, Incorporated, was the name given to a nationwide organisation of gangsters that operated in the United States during the thirties under the name of ' The Syndicate' or ' The Combination.' Under a different guise and different leaders, it is a big factor in American crime today. Tonight's recorded programme dramatises the extraordinary ' Board Room ' methods by which the combination operated.
Assistant D A:
Jingle (assisted by Belle) makes a selection from the top shelf of popular gramophone records
Introduced by David Lloyd James and Eric Simms with recordings of November sounds
Produced by Arthur Phillips
Brian Matthew introduces some records of European jazz groups
' Captain Cut-Throat' by John Dickson Carr
(to be read in fifteen instalments)
Abridged by Eve Howland
Read by Roger Delgado
Take a Hand in the Game'
A new presentation of music for voices and strings created and conducted by Ronald Binge with the Silver Strings
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate ) and featuring Max Jaffa
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Programme produced by Edward Nash