Records chosen by Forces overseas
From swing to classics
By British composers, on gramophone records.
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
Gaité Parisienne (Offenbach—Rosentlutl) : London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Efrem Kurtz
Dante Sonata (Liszt-Lambert) :
Louis Kentner (piano), with the Sadler's Wells Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert
Dance of King Dodon and the Queen of Shemakha ; Bridal Dance and Death of King Dodon (The Golden Cockerel : Rimsky-Korsakov) : London Philharmonic Orchestra. conducted by Eugene Goossens
Produced by the U.S. Armed Fprees Radio Service.
and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Maria Elsner (by permission of Tom Arnold and Ivor Novello )
Part songs, for women's vofces and piano; sung by the BBC Women's Chorus : conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Four Spring Idylls : 1 Spring
Pastoral ; 2 Dawn Madrigal ; 3 April Elegy ; 4 Shepherd's Rondel
When the year goes a-maying Spring's Awakening
(by permission of the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief) : conductor, Mr. Frederick A. Gale
Conquering kings their titles take (A.P.B. 22); 1 Corinthians 15, w. 30-34.
Conductor, Ian Whyte
and the Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Michael Krein
Friends and relatives in Britain reply to airgraphs from Forces in India and Ceylon. This week's regional contribution from Glasgow. Music by Charles Emesco and his Sextet. Programme introduced by F. H. Grisewood and produced by Howard M. Lockhart and David Yates-Mason
Records chosen by British Forces serving overseas
Close-ups from the world's battlefronts
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra, with Grace NeVern (soprano)
by Cyril Watling
blended to suit the taste of the Royal Navy. This week's mixture includes Jack and Daphne Barker ; ' Off the Liberty Boat' -the Navy's own contribution to the programme ; ' Record Request Time,' introduced by Joy Shelton ; ' Archie takes the Helm,' featuring Peter Brough and Archie Andrews ; Renee Houston and Donald Stewart ; ' Sing a Song, Sailor '-join in the chorus with Joan Young ; BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Programme introduced by ' Hubert,' and produced by Charles Maxwell. (BBC recording)
NEWS FROM HOME followed at 7.10 by News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
Fortnightly magazine for Forces in hospitals overseas, introduced by Marjorie Anderson, with Mantovani and his Orchestra, Rawicz and Landauer and Sidney Burchall; 'Out and About' with Donald McCullough; Two competitions: 'A Corner in Crime,' written by Freeman Wills Crofts, with Cecil Trouncer as Dr. Cartaret, the Coroner, and 'A Guest-A Guess-and a Guinea,' with Jack Warner as the guest; 'Winner's Luck,' with Gordon Harker. Produced by Jill Allgood and Howard Agg.
(No. 6). Master of Ceremonies, Clay Keyes. 'Richard Goolden as Old Ebenezer, with Gladys Keyes as Martha, and a guest star. ' Can you beat the Band ? ' ; ' The Beautiful Memory ' ;
' Clay's Canteen,' etc. Susan Scott , Dick Francis , and the Old Town Hall Orchestra, under the direction of Stanley Black. Written by Gladys and Clay Keyes.
Experts answer questions sent in by Forces overseas. Contributors include Dr. Julian Huxley , Dr. V. E. Coslett , Hubert Foss , and David Percival
Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra, in a non-stop review of popular melodies throughout the years
Gramophone records, selected and introduced by Doris Arnold
BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins.