A cheerful selection of gramophone records
Records of Richard Tauber
Popular artists and bands fall in for your entertainment on gramophone records
A weekly review in English of Indian news and affairs, presented in collaboration with All India Radio and recorded over direct transmission from India.
Varied items specially designed for the Indian troops
Told by Alan Keith and illustrated by gramophone records
Musical-comedy foxtrot, No. 1
Harry Fryer joined the Gaumont-British Picture Corporation eighteen years ago, and stayed with them for twelve and a half years, ending up in the position of musical director at the Tivoli cinema in the Strand.
Later he succeeded Louis Levy at the Shepherd's Bush Pavilion, and after touring various paramount theatres he went to the Chiswick Empire some three years ago.
6—'The new leader '
A talk by Jack Winslow
(A recording of last night's broadcast)
Devised by Charles Shadwell and Harry S. Pepper
Jack ('blue-pencil') Warner will be there, and his 'littel gel', Joan Winters
Garrison Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Lieutenant Charles Shadwell (late of the West Yorkshire Regiment)
Produced by Harry S. Pepper
Most songs are written on the familiar theme of love, but many are written about life-work, play, snobs, and the business of earning a living. This afternoon you will hear some of these songs sung on gramophone records
Presented by Leslie Perowne
played by Teddy Foster and his Band
with Will Kings
Flotsam and Jetsam and the Royal Berkshire Regimental
Band. from a cinema, ' somewhere in England'
with Helen Clare
Presented by Hugh Shirreff
at the theatre organ
Melodies of the moment Favourites old and new
A parlour game compiled and presented by Neil Munro , with personnel of the American Ambulance, Great Britain, on active service in England versus convalescent soldiers, broadcast from a convalescent hospital 'somewhere in England ', with Lionel Gamlin as Master of Ceremonies
A commentary by Foster Hewitt on the match between Toronto Maple Leaf and the New Yerk Americans at the Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, recorded last night
(in collaboration with the Canadian
with Elizabeth Welch , Murray and Mponey, Harry Leader and his Band,
' Services' spotlight
Compere, Gerry Wilmot
From a dance hall
Surveying some of the week's news as it is seen from London, and including reviews of new films by Lilian Duff
from a West Riding town
Community hymn-singing led by the Huddersfield Glee and Madrigal Society, followed by a short service and address by Canon A. L. Leeper
interviews well-known personalities
Bebe Daniels , Vic Oliver , Ben Lyon with Jay Wilbur and his Orchestra, the Greene Sisters, and Sam Browne
Additional dialogue by Dick Pepper
Produced by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Lawrence
Among those presept will be Sydney Jerome, Norman Long, Jim Emery, the Three Musketeers, Hutch (Leslie A. Hutchinson ), Mario (harp) Lorenzi, and Stanelli
Devised and written by Stanelli
Presented by Michael North
The first broadcast of this perennial favourite, which has even survived the war. was given in July, five years ago. They ran for three years on the halls - Stanelli, Norman Long ('Old Teeth and Trousers'), and 'Jim Emery' (Jack Wynne) never missing a performance. Of those broadcasting today, Sidney Jerome has been pianist at every radio show.
Now with the addition of Hutch, Mario (harp) Lorenzi, and the Three Musketeers, these wartime Bachelors of Stanelli's go merrily on.
' Thy King cometh'
I-The judge of all the earth
Psalm xcvi ; from Isaiah 11 ; Judge eternal (S.P. 552) ; Psaim lxxxii, v. 8
Conductor, William Pethers