Alan Adair as host invites you to join him in an early morning entertainment on records.
including, at 9.10, a summary of the previous twenty-four hours' events in the Royal Tour of South Africa
A varied sequence of popular music, played by John Blore and his Orchestra, with songs by Olive Groves (soprano), and Roderick Jones (baritone), and organ solos by Donald Thorne.
Presented by Alan Clarke in London and C.S.M. Roy Bradford in Hamburg. Programme produced and transmitted jointly by the BBC and the British Forces Network in Germany
from Nelson Parish Church, Lancashire: conducted by the vicar, the Rev. A. F. Ward
with Miff Smith and Marjorie. Anona Winn, Charlie Chester, Hella Toros and Edward Reach, Ted Ray, Harry Lester and his Hayseeds.
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'; Fitzgerald, 'Corporal of the Mounties'; and the Home Town Mountain Band. Presented by Charles Chilton
America v. Britain. A contest to find out who knows more about the other's country
London: Professor D. W. Brogan, William Clark. Quiz-Master, Lionel Hale New York: Christopher Morley, John Mason Brown. Quiz-Master, Alistair Cooke
Weekly programme originating in New York and London. (BBC recording)
Including Double or Quits' cash quiz, conducted by Joe Linnane. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont.
Stewart MacPherson , with the BBC Mobile Recording Unit, visits Mayfair and invites Mr. and Mrs. John Citizen to choose their favourite records and say a few words to the listener. Programme presented by Leslie Perowne
[Starring] Richard Murdoch with Kenneth Horne
Sam Costa and Marilyn Williams Recording of last Thursday's broadcast
with John Clark as William
Last Tuesday's recorded broadcast repeated
from the People's Palace, London
Mooney and King
El Mario's All-Girls Latin-American Orchestra
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Produced by Joy Russell-Smith
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.
Recording of last Thursday's broadcast in the Home Service
A happy-go-lucky, carefree entertainment, featuring Avril Angers Sylvia Welling James Etherington Len Reed
A successful discovery and the latest radio discoveries
Guest star. Gene Crowley
The Dance Orchestra directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis. Script by Robert Buckland. Produced by William Worsley
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra
Gwen Catley (soprano)
Community hymn-singing from Cheltenham College Chapel. Hymns introduced by the Chaplain, the Rev. C. M. Ruston. College organist and choirmaster; George Loughlin
Introduced by Ralph Hurcombe. Accompanied by the Concert Orchestra directed by Robert Farnon. Presented by Roy Speer
A programme of melody Introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ.
Christian hymns, their music, and their meaning.