including, at 9.10. a summary of the previous twenty-four hours' events in the Royal Tour of South Africa
Your request records introduced this Week by George Elrick
and his Sextet, in a programme of old and new British songs
Dance music on gramophone records
Omnibus edition of this week's adventures. Script by Ronnie Colley. and Arthur Colley. Serial edited and produced by Neil Tuson
Nelson Elms at the organ of the Granada, Harrow, Middlesex
A programme of gramophone records
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter
Essie Ackland (contralto)
played by Geraldo and his Orchestra. featuring ' Songs with Strings.' Presented by David Miller
' Afterwards ' by Edith Wharton. Adapted by Betty Stafford Robinson
2.35 app. ' En Pension ' by Eunice Buckley
Both plays produced by David H. Godfrey.
at the theatre organ
and his ' Organ Grinder's Swing'
Tunes you ask us to play
Swindon Town v. Crystal Palace
Commentary by F. N. S. Creek during the second half of the match. From the County Ground, Swindon
on gramophone records
BBC Variety Orchestra and Chorus. with Denny Dennis. Conducted by Guy Daines
Maurice Keary accompanied by a section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black , offers you songs old and new. Musical arrangements by Alan Paul. Produced by Tom Ronald
A half-hour of improvised music played by some of Britain's leading jazz instrumentalists, coming to you from the heart of London's West End. The host, Harry Parry. The producer, Mark White.
Organising the night shift in factory and home
sums up the day's football
presents ' The Jewel and Warriss Show Boat of the Air'
With Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss. Benny Lee , Maurice Denham. Charmian Innes. The Song Pedlars, Gaby Rogers 's Showboat Serenaders. Script by E. A. Maguire and Ronnie Han bury. Produced by George Inns. (BBC recording)
Commentary by Raymond Glendenning on the Final of the Men's Singles. From the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, Wembley
Records of Bing Crosby
Radio's Saturday-evening musical rendezvous, where you can listen to the music of the Majestic Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold , with tonight's visiting artists, George Allen (baritone), Donald Thorne and Winifred Attwell at two pianos. Introduced by Franklin Engelmann
Lou Preager and his Orchestra
Incorporating ' Write a Tune for £ 1,000': a revival of the popular song-writing competition. Introduced by Roy Rich and presented by Mark White. From the Hammersmith Palais de Danse. London