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John Blore and his Dance Orchestra, Harry Welchman , Olive Groves, Pat Frost , Violet Carson , Kathleen Moody. Introduced by Margaret Lockwood. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club. This week's edition dedicated to the ' Iraq Times'.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Blore
Unknown:
Harry Welchman
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Pat Frost
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Violet Carson
Unknown:
Kathleen Moody.
Introduced By:
Margaret Lockwood.

Fantasia after Dante : Francesca da Rimini played by the. BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent
Tchaikovsky's 'Francesca da Rimini ' was iketched out in Paris in the summer of 1876 and completed in November of than year. In the meantime Tchaikovsky had attended the memorable first Beyreuth Festival in August, and, in spite of his dislike of Wagner's music, a few echoes of Wagner teem to have crept into ' Francesca '. Perhaps that is the reason why he came to dislike the piece in later life.

Contributors

Conducted By:
Malcolm Sargent

his new Variety magazine for Forces overseas: assisted by Angela Wyndham-Lewis . This week's edition includes Fred Emney in ' The Sporting Life—Billiards ' ; ' Riddles contributed by Lt.-Commander R. T. Gould ; Cecil Trouncer , Judith Fellowes , and Carleton Hobbs ,in ' Not Likely ! ' ; ' Once Upon a Time ', with Gladys Young ; ' What We Can Do—about Industry'. Singers,Cherry Lind , Henry Wen -don, and Norman Allin , with the Male Voice Chorus, and augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves.

Contributors

Assisted By:
Angela Wyndham-Lewis
Unknown:
Fred Emney
Unknown:
R. T. Gould
Unknown:
Cecil Trouncer
Unknown:
Judith Fellowes
Unknown:
Carleton Hobbs
Unknown:
Gladys Young
Singers:
Cherry Lind
Singers:
Henry Wen
Singers:
Norman Allin
Conducted By:
Charles Groves.

General Forces Programme

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