Conductor, J. C. Dyson
featuring James Moody
Five-Minute Concert: What Does it Mean?; Opera Memories; Jazzing the Classics; A Tune to Remember
Directed by Sidney Crooke
from swing to classics
relayed from the British Forces network in Germany
Fourteenth instalment of a serial reading of John Buchan's famous story, abridged for broadcasting. Reader, John Laurie
BBC Theatre Orchestra, with Victoria Sladen (soprano) (by permission of the Administrator of Sadler's Wells), Andrew MacPherson (tenor), Louis Kentner (piano), and the BBC Theatre Chorus: conductor, Stanford Robinson.
Michael Barsley and Peter Eton, with Franklin Engelmann as Mr. Jingle, and others, take you behind the scenes and give you the fun, facts, and figures of popular entertainment.
at the theatre organ
Kay Cavendish with her piano
Today's episode in the day-to-day history of an ordinary family.
Talk by Lionel Elvin on a writer who had a great love of ordinary things and people.
at the piano, extemporises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the Family Favourites' programme
Jack Simpson and his Sextet
played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra: conducted by Clarence Raybould
Conducted by Captain T. S. Chandler, Director of Music, Welsh Guards
Weekly record programme for swing-fans, by Spike Hughes
Will Fyffe in some of his famous character studies. Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Kemlo Stephen. (Repeat of Sunday's recorded broadcast)
Ralph Hill and Rex Harris discuss some new gramophone records
by Robert Westerby
Blended to suit the Royal Navy.
This week, the Debonnaires; 'The Show Must Go On' - featuring Carl Carlyle and Maisie Weldon with their 'guess' star; 'Off the Liberty Boat' - the Navy's own contribution; Naval Intelligence - a quiz bee; 'Million-Airs' - songs which have sold a million, introduced by Marion Browne and Ivor Walters; Claude Hulbert and Enid Trevor; BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Introduced by 'Hubert' and produced by Charles Maxwell.
by Francis Durbridge.
[Starring] Barry Morse
Eighth and last episode.
Brighton and Hove finalists v. The 'News of the World.'
Commentators, George Harrison and Stewart MacPherson
Variety from the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield. Introduced by Victor Smythe.
Starring Max Bacon with Horace Kenney, Triss Henderson, Joe Lee, Neal Arden, Connie Clare, and Stanley Black and the augmented Dance Orchestra. Guest star, Hermione Gingold. Written by Julien Vedey and Walter Donaldson, with additional dialogue by Rex Diamond. Produced by David Porter.
Elisabeth Welch, Arthur Young and George Shearing, and Stephane Grappelly. Introduced by Roy Plomley, and arranged by Edgar Blatt
with his Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
Dance music in the old-fashioned style, played by Mrs. Wilf Hamer and her Band. with 'Chips' Chippendall. From the Grafton Rooms, Liverpool
and their Rumba Band