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with impromptu answers to listeners' questions: Sir William Darling (Lord Provost of Edinburgh), Mrs. M. A. Hamilton. Commander John Irving , Captain Brian Meredith , and E. Arnot Robertson. Question-Master, Commander Stephen King-Hall M.P ,. (Shortened edition for overseas of last Tuesday's recorded session)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir William Darling
Unknown:
Mrs. M. A. Hamilton.
Unknown:
John Irving
Unknown:
Captain Brian Meredith
Question-Master:
E. Arnot Robertson.
Unknown:
Stephen King-Hall M.P

The Combined Stoll Theatres Orchestra (by permission of Prince Littler), under its conductor. Reginald Burston, with Clive Richardson and Tony Lowry playing the two Miniature Concertos by Alan Rawsthorne from the radio production ' Finished Symphony.' Produced by Michael North

Contributors

Unknown:
Clive Richardson
Unknown:
Tony Lowry
Unknown:
Alan Rawsthorne
Produced By:
Michael North

An entertainment chosen by Forces serving overseas: Maudie Edwards ; Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra with Sally Douglas. Len Camber, Sid Bright , and Archie Lewis ; BBC Revue Chorus: Leni Lynn ; Ted and Barbara Andrews ; Eddie Edwards : George Posford in ' Composer Cavalcade,' with Rita Williams. Introduced by Judy -Kelly. Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.

Contributors

Unknown:
Maudie Edwards
Unknown:
Sally Douglas.
Unknown:
Sid Bright
Unknown:
Archie Lewis
Unknown:
Leni Lynn
Unknown:
Barbara Andrews
Unknown:
Eddie Edwards
Unknown:
George Posford
Unknown:
Rita Williams.
Produced By:
Cecil Madden
Produced By:
Stephen Williams.

Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Robert Easton (bass), in a programme of the kind of music heard in the Palm Court of your favourite hotel before the war followed at 9.58 by News Headlines

Contributors

Musicians:
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court orchestra
Bass:
Robert Easton

General Forces Programme

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More