BBC Northern Ireland Light Orchestra
Conductor, David Curry
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Conductor. Gerald Gentry
Douglas Reeve at the organ of the Dome, Brighton
News Summary at 7.30 and 8.30
At 7.45 on 1,500 m.
G.T.S.; Shipping Forecast
Introduced by Jonah Barrington
News Summary at 9.30
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
Billy Mayerl Rhythm Ensemble
Martin Lukins (accordion) and Belle Gonzales (soprano)
Syd Dean and his Band
' The Personal Touch ' by Prescott Stevens
Read by Martin Starkie
Script by Lesley Wilson
and his Continental Players with Vincent Roberto
and his Latin Music
Produced by Geoffrey Owen
Carroll Levis presents
Gillian Dennis , Don Stevens
Jackie Day , George Jones
The Swing Today Unit and The Mellowtones
Accompanied by the Jackie Brown Quintet
Produced by John Hooper
Requests from overseas listeners played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Introduced by Victor Silvester
(A production by the BBC's General Overseas Service)
News Summary at 1.30
Shipping Forecast at 1.40 on 1,500 m.
A programme for children under five
Today's story: 'Jimmy, Woppy, Squeaker, and Mr. Wu ' by Mrs. K. G. White , told by Julia Lang.
Mrs. K. G.
Guest of the Week: Dora Bryan
Hopping Now and Hopping Then: Lilian Wimsett looks back
As I See It: Joan Pepper talks about her life in Aden
A Day into Two: final impressions from the ' Home for the Day ' series. 3—' Some motives for married women taking jobs'
What Makes a Woman Attractive* Some men attempt to explain
Serial: ' The Talisman Ring ' by Georgette Heyer
The third of twelve instalments
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
(Dora Bryan is in ' Living for Pleasure' at the Garrick Theatre, London)
News Summary at 2.30
Requested music played by the BBC Welsh Orchestra
(Leader, Philip Whiteway) Conductor, Rae Jenkins
News Summary at 3.30
London and Paris
BBC Concert Orchestra (Leader, William Armon )
Conductor, Vilem Tausky with Thomas Round (tenor) and the Montmartre Players
Directed by Henry Krein with Renata
Jimmy Kingsbury presents Tonight at Six
A record kaleidoscope.
the first record of a new recording artist.
Star of the Week: Peggy Lee
Old Wine in New Bottles
A tune of yesterday in the style of today.
Over My Shoulder
Albert Whelan recalls a memory of the stars of the past.
News Summary at 6.30
Item presenter (Over My Shoulder):
A story of country folk.
[Starring] Elsie and Doris Waters
with Joan Sims, Hugh Paddick, Bob Andrews, Harry Fowler, Iris Vandeleur
(Joan Sims is appearing in "Breath of Spring" at the Duke of York's Theatre, London; Hugh Paddick in "For Adults Only" at the Strand Theatre, London; Bob Andrews in "The Sandy Powell Show" at the Pier Theatre, Eastbourne)
Some songs and rhythms reflecting the current musical scene.
Accompanied by the Tony Osborne Group.
The Tony Osborne
A star-spangled visit to the seaside.
Ken Dodd: The Unpredictable
Michael Holliday, Relax with Mike
Harry Bailey, A bit o' Blarney
Rawicz and Landauer, Kings of the Keyboard
Percy Edwards: The Birdman
The Gaunt Brothers, Tuneful and Topical
Your resident stars are:
Reginald Dixon, Mr. Blackpool himself and the Littlewood Songsters
Introduced by Jack Watson.
BBC Northern Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Alyn Ainsworth
(Michael Holliday is appearing in 'Light Up the Town' at the Hippodrome; Rawicz and Landauer and Harry Bailey are in 'The New Hylda Baker Show' at the Winter Gardens; Ken Dodd is in 'Let's Have Fun' at the Central Pier, Blackpool)
Repeated on Friday at 7.0 p.m. (Home)
BBC Northern Dance
[Orchestra] conducted by:
Tunes you have asked us to play, including some records chosen by Service men and women overseas.
Presented by Tim Gudgin.
[Starring] The New Eric Delaney Band
with vocalist, Gene Williams
Guest pianist, Dave Lee
Music for Mallets
by the All Percussion Group.
[Starring] Eric Delaney
Introduced by Jimmy Kingsbury.
Musicians (Timpani Time):
The New Eric Delaney
Vocalist (Timpani Time):
Pianist (Timpani Time):
Musicians (Music for Mallets):
The All Percussion
Drummer (Music for Mallets):
introduces Per Lindquist, Sweden's singing star
with Reginald Leopold and his Players.
Reginald Leopold and his
followed by Shipping Forecast on 1,500 m.