Popular dance ballads recorded by popular dance bands.
on gramophone records
Albert Ketelbey's Concert Orchestra Overture: Chal Romano ("Gypsy lad") The clock and the Dresden figures Gnomes' march ("In a fairy realm")
by an E.I.A.R. Chamber Orchestra
A Small Choir
Conductor, Tito Petralia
at the organ of the Granada, Welling, Kent
Parlez-vous francais? - maybe you do, maybe you would like to, maybe not. But in any case you may like to hear what happens to Bill and Bob of the B.E.F. when they try to make themselves understood.
Listen to their adventures if you would like to pick up a little useful French or to know more about the French people and how they live.
from an armful of records taken at random from the rack.
in a programme of popular violin pieces.
Conductor, William Pethers from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
Give me my ranch - Uranza
Overture: Light Cavalry - Suppé
It's a lovely day tomorrow - Berlin
Gingham gownl and Charmeuse - from Suite My Lady's Dress Henman
Selection: Lights Up - Noel Gay
Spring fever - Bloom (Solo piano, Jack Wilson)
Manhattan serenade - Alter
Echoes of the ball - Willoughby
Rhythmic Round-Up No. 17 - arr. Pethers
presented by Roger Wimbush
Sandy Macpherson packs his theatre organ into his very special 'plane to take you on a musical flight across the Dominion of Canada.
Among the passengers to be picked up en route are:
Stuart Barrie (Maritime Provinces)
Jack Penn (Quebec)
Gerry Fitzgerald (Ontario)
Inga Andersen (Western Provinces)
The flight personally conducted and arranged by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Fifteen minutes of sweet music on records
introducing The Caravan Players
a description of recent events at sea
in an excerpt from 'Dick Whittington' presented by Tom Arnold from the Empire Theatre, Leeds.
Here is the first of a weekly series in which top-notch stars of the entertainment world will beguile you with their acts. Usually the programmes will come to you direct from the theatres or music-halls in which the chosen stars are appearing.
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery v. Harringay Greyhounds
A commentary on the last period of the game, by Bob Bowman, from Harringay Arena
A review of past ballroom successes by Dave Frost and his Band recalled by 'You and I'.
From London's oldest music-hall-Collins, Islington Green
Presented by Lew Lake
'Glamorous Night', 'Careless Rapture', 'Crest of the Wave', and 'The Dancing Years'
Recorded by the original artists - Mary Ellis, Trefor Jones, Dorothy Dickson, Olive Gilbert, and the Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Charles Prentice
from the Cafe Anglais, London.