Joe Linnane invites you to join his circle of friends for a Sunday-morning hour of entertainment, with Harry Saville and his Orchestra (vocalist, Frances Tanner ). Guest at the table this week, Carlos Ames. ' Bing Time,' and sunshine melodies on gramophone records. Produced by Frederick Piffard
A taried sequence of popular music. plaved by Debroy Somers 's New
Light Orchestra, with songs by Sylvia Welling (soprano) and John McHugh (tenor), and organ solos by Donald Thorne. From the Granada Cinema, Tooting, London.
7_The Full Regimental Band of the Grenadier Guards, conducted by Captain F. J. Harris , Director of Music, Grenadier Guards
a half-hour of melody at the theatre organ with Michael Duffy (tenor),
Oscar Grasso (violin), and Charles Smart at the console
from Chatham Parish Church, Chatham, conducted by the Rev. Joseph McCulloch
' as off to work we go ' with Peter Waring. Kenneth Horne , Charmian Innes
Escorted by Nell Ballantyne , Maurice Denham , the Melody Men. and the BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor. Frank Cantell. Script by Frank Muir. Produced by Charles Maxwell. (Recording of last Friday's broadcast in the Home Service)
A visit to Waterlogged Spa at Sinking - in - the - Ooze. Including ' Double or Quits ' cash quiz conducted by Bill Gates. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont.
with all the old log-cabin favourites including Buck Douglas , The Old Cowpuncher ': Peggy Bailey , Sweet Voice of the West'; Norman Harper , ' The Yodelling Buckaroo' ; Ronnie Brohn and his ' ole squeeze-box'; Mervyn Saunders , Sergeant of the Mounties ' ; and the Home Town Mountain Band. Presented by Charles Chilton
The Combined Stoll Theatres
Orchestra (by permission of Prince Littler), under the direction of Reginald Burston, with Katchinski and Katina. Presented by Roy Speer
Joe Linnane on the platform, for thirty not-too-serious minutes, invites members of the general public to come up and air their views. Programme devised and produced by Frederick Piffard.
Programme produced and transmitted jointly by the BBC and the British Forces Network in Germany
with John Clark as William
Episode 10, written and produced for radio by Alick Hayes. Edited by Rex Diamond and Ian South. Music composed and conducted by Leighton Lucas.
with Jack Train , Hugh Morton. Fred Yule , Lind Joyce , Deryck Guyler , Molly Weir , and Joan Harben. (Recording of last Thursday's broadcast in the Home Service)
America v. Britain. A contest to find out who knows more about the other's country
London : Professor D. W. Brogan , and guest speaker. Quiz-Master, Lionel Hale
New York : Christopher Morley , John Mason Brown. Quiz-Master. Alistair Cooke
Weekly programme originating in New York and London.
from the Palace Theatre, Camberwell, London,
with Jessie Matthews, Harry Hemsley, Hella Toros and Edward Reach, Stephane Grappelly, Johnnie Riscoe and Violet Terry, Morton Fraser and his Harmonica Rascals, Frankie Howerd
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Presenting 'Songs of Yesterday,' with the BBC Revue Chorus.
Introduced by Brian Reece.
Produced by Joy Russell-Smith
A happy-go-lucky, carefree entertainment featuring Avril Angers, Sylvia Welling, James Etherington , a star from the Services, a successful discovery, and the winners of the Discovery Contests. Guest star, Stanelli. The Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Script by Robert Buckland. Produced by Alfred Dunning
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Tom Williams (bass-baritone), in a programme of the kind of music that you hear in the Palm Court of your favourite hotel
Victor Herbert Favourites
From St. George's Church, Stock-port. Community hymn-sinking led by the choir of the church. Organist and choirmaster, Dr. C. Laurence West. Programme introduced by the Vicar, Canon A. du Terreaux Pownall
A weekly revue by Loftus Wigram and C. Gordon Glover. Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins. Produced by Michael North
A programme of melody, introduced and played by Sandy Mac pherson at the theatre organ
Familiar Christian hymns, their music, and their meaning.
Gramophone records of quiet music, introduced by Christopher Stone