the newest dance records hot from the press
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction, London
Jessie Matthews and Sonnie Hale with Lisa and Laurette
(The personality pianists) and The Swingtime Quartet
The programme arranged by Arthur Spencer
Those of you who heard Jessie Matthews and Sonnie Hale in an excerpt of a special performance of their new revue Come out to Play from the Sheffield Empire on February 2 will surely want to hear them again. And here they are-stars of the theatre, the air, and the screen-come to entertain you.
Bill and Bob ' somewhere in France'
Here is the second broadcast in a diverting little series designed to show you how Bill and Bob of the B.E.F. try to make themselves understood out in France. Parlez-vous français? They don't, but they are learning fast. Listen to their adventures, and you will pick up a little French from peasant or poilu, and learn something about the French people and how they live.
Stars of American jazz on gramophone records
from the Gaumont State, Kilburn, London
BBC Men's Chorus
Henry Cummings (baritone)
At the piano, Ernest Lush
at the BBC theatre organ
A programme of gramophone records arranged by John Bath
Conducted by Charles Groves
A review of past ballroom successes by Dave Frost and his Band recalled by ' You and I'.
Presented by Douglas Moodie
(All arrangements by Mario de Pietro)
A recording, made in New York, of a programme broadcast in January 1939, featuring Teddy Wilson, Jack Teagarden, Joe Marsala, and Choo Berry.
Compere, Alistair Cooke
The Professional Idiot, assisted by Billie Carlyle
Adrien Audain songs at the piano
Tarrant Bailey, Jnr. banjo and guitar solos
An excerpt from Derek Salberg's 'Jack and the Beanstalk' with the following cast.
Villagers, farm hands, courtiers, fairies
Book and lyrics by Basil A. Thomas
Produced by David Cochran, under the direction of Derek Salberg, from the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
A wartime menu of song, dance, and laughter by Douglas Furber with Sydney Howard , Arthur Riscoe , Vera Pearce , Richard Heame ,
John Borelli and his Princes Band from the Princes Theatre, London
Records of songs from the London screen.