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Service for members of the Forces at home and overseas who are in out-of-the-way places and have no padre with them. From Bradford Cathedral. Conducted bv the Provost of Bradford. the Very Rev. John G. Tiarks.
The hymns are sung by the Bradford Cathedral Choir, and the organist and choirmaster is Dr. Charles Hooper

Contributors

Unknown:
. John G. Tiarks.
Unknown:
Dr. Charles Hooper

from Woodhouse Moor Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Professor Norman Snaith ; choirmaster,
Arthur Lord
0 for a thousand tongues to sing
(M.H.B. 1)
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer
For all thy saints (M.H.B. 832, vv. 1.
2. 3. 7. 8)
Lesson: 1 Maccabeus 3, w. 16-22
Anthem: How lovely are thy messengers (Mendelssohn)
Address
I'll praise my Maker while I've breath (M.H.B. 428)
Prayer Grace
Organist) Tom Bates

Contributors

Choirmaster:
Norman Snaith
Choirmaster:
Arthur Lord
Organist:
Tom Bates

with impromptu answers to listeners' questions: Sir George Dyson (Director of the Royal College of Music). Professor Gilbert Murray , E. Arnot Robertson, Bertrand Russell , F.R.S.. Barbara Ward. Question-Master, Major Brian Meredith. (Shortened edition for overseas of last Tuesday's recorded session)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir George Dyson
Music:
Professor Gilbert Murray
Music:
E. Arnot
Unknown:
Bertrand Russell
Question-Master:
Barbara Ward.
Question-Master:
Major Brian Meredith.

An entertainment for Forces overseas. Jack and Eddy Eden, Buck Warren and Chick, Norman Hackforth in 'Composer Cavalcade', with Rita Williams, the Vickers Twins, the Nairn Brothers (by permission of Jack Hylton), and excerpts from "Late Joys" from the Players Theatre, with Leonard Sachs as Chairman and the following: Daphne Anderson, Charlotte Bidmead, Nuna Davey, Don Gemmel, Archie Harradine, Richard Hart, Hattie Jacques, Betty Lawrence, and Joan Sterndale-Bennett. The BBC Variety Orchestra. Introduced by Jill Evans (by permission of Sidney Box Productions). From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.

Contributors

Performer:
Jack Eden
Performer:
Eddy Eden
Performers:
Buck Warren and Chick
Performer:
Norman Hackforth
Performer:
Rita Williams
Performers:
The Vickers Twins
Performers:
The Nairn Brothers
Chairman ("Late Joys"):
Leonard Sachs
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Daphne Anderson
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Charlotte Bidmead
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Nuna Davey
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Don Gemmel
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Archie Harradine
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Richard Hart
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Hattie Jacques
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Betty Lawrence
Performer ("Late Joys"):
Joan Sterndale-Bennett
Introduced By:
Jill Evans
Produced by:
Cecil Madden
Produced by:
Stephen Williams

A tribute in music and song to the war-time Civil Defence Services and personnel of the L.C.C., presented by the ' Daily Herald.' The artists in this broadcast excerpt include Richard Tauber , Arthur Askey. the Central Band of the Royal Air Force, the Alexandra Choir and Geraldo's Concert Orchestra. From the Royal
Albert Hall , London

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Tauber
Unknown:
Arthur Askey.
Unknown:
Alexandra Choir
Unknown:
Albert Hall

A musical romance of the Canadian Rockies. Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein. Music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart , with special orchestrations by Leo Wurmser. Radio version and production by Desmond Davis
BBC Theatre Chorus: BBC Theatre Orchestra, conductor, Stanford Robin son
(Edmund Donlevy broadcasts by permission of the Administrator of Sadler's Wells)

Contributors

Unknown:
Otto Harbach
Unknown:
Oscar Hammerstein.
Music By:
Rudolf Friml
Music By:
Herbert Stothart
Unknown:
Leo Wurmser.
Production By:
Desmond Davis
Conductor:
Stanford Robin
Unknown:
Edmund Donlevy
Sergeant Malone:
Edmund Donlevy
Lady Jane:
Phyllis Monkman
Emile:
Marcel de Haes
Edward Hawley:
Hartley Power
Hard-boiled Herman:
Reginald Purdell
Black Eagle:
Laurence Baskcomb
Jim Kenyon:
Bruce Carfax
Rose Marie:
Maria Eisner
Wanda:
Linda Gray

The second of two programmes in which Paula Green says ' Hullo Again' to the serving men and women she met on her recent tour of PAIFORCE and SEAC, with her pianist, Reg Warburton , and James Moody and his Sextet. Produced by Vernon Harris.

Contributors

Unknown:
Paula Green
Pianist:
Reg Warburton
Pianist:
James Moody
Produced By:
Vernon Harris.

General Forces Programme

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