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Melodies in reminiscent mood played by Tolchard Evans and his Pioneers of Rhythm and sung by Doris Turner and Don Emsley
Introduced by Rex Palmer
Musical arrangements remembered by Ray Terry

Contributors

Played By:
Tolchard Evans
Sung By:
Doris Turner
Sung By:
Don Emsley
Introduced By:
Rex Palmer
Unknown:
Ray Terry

From Bradford Cathedral. Conducted by the Provost, the Very Rev. John G. Tiarks
Does a New Year automatically mean a new you? Things are not much different on January 1 from what they were on December 31-but can people be different? In this service you are invited to try ro see Jesus-for don't we all instinctively feel that if we could ' know h'm more clearly and love him mare tiea ly,' we should be able to follow him more nearly? ' Isn't Jesus Christ the c:ue we need for a New Year? What picture does he give us of God? Each Su day in January an incident will be taken from the life of Jesus. Today's is Lund in St. Luke, chapter 2, verses 40 to 52.

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. John G. Tiarks

London v. Wales: Round 7
London: Denis Brogan , Hubert Phillips. Quiz-Master,
Lionel Hale Wales : Wyn Griffith , T. I. Ellis. Quiz-Master, Gilbert Harding

Contributors

Unknown:
Denis Brogan
Unknown:
Hubert Phillips.
Unknown:
Lionel Hale Wales
Unknown:
Wyn Griffith
Unknown:
T. I. Ellis.
Unknown:
Gilbert Harding

returns with a programme presenting
The Rhythm Masters comprising many of Britain's star musicians
Trumpets:
Kennv Baker. Freddie Ciayton
Harry Letham , Leon Calvert
Trombones:
Harry Roche. Lad
Busby Bobbie Mickleburgh. Bill Brown
Reeds:
Ken Mackintosh. Johnnie Dankworth
Kathleen Stobart. Bob Burns
Al Baurn
Dave Goldberg (guitar)
Charlie Short (bass)
Bobbie Kevin (drums)
Norman Stenfalt (piano)
Tommy Pollard (vibraphone) with Benny Lee
Pearl Carr , The Keynotes and the Singing Strings
(Leader, Reg Leopold )
Musical Director, Stanley Black
Master of Ceremonies,
Bernard Braden
Producer, Pat Dixon

Contributors

Unknown:
Kennv Baker.
Unknown:
Freddie Ciayton
Unknown:
Harry Letham
Unknown:
Leon Calvert
Unknown:
Harry Roche.
Unknown:
Busby Bobbie Mickleburgh.
Unknown:
Bill Brown
Unknown:
Ken MacKintosh.
Unknown:
Johnnie Dankworth
Unknown:
Kathleen Stobart.
Unknown:
Bob Burns
Unknown:
Al Baurn
Guitar:
Dave Goldberg
Bass:
Charlie Short
Bass:
Bobbie Kevin
Piano:
Norman Stenfalt
Piano:
Tommy Pollard
Unknown:
Benny Lee
Unknown:
Pearl Carr
Leader:
Reg Leopold
Unknown:
Bernard Braden
Unknown:
Pat Dixon

Community hymn-singing from the Y.M.C.A. Headquarters, Wellington Hall, Belfast
Hymns introduced by Edward Doman
Conductor, R. J. Winnington
Organist, T. J. H. Kerr
All people that on earth do dwell
(Y.M.C.A. 10: M.H.B. 2)
Father of peace, and God of love
(Y.M.C.A. 74; R.C.H. 481)
My God, how wonderful thou art
(Y.M.C.A. 196; M.H.B. 73)
Our blesit Redeemer, ere he breathed
(Y.M.C.A. 255; M.H.B. 282)
Praise my soul, the King of Heaven
(Y.M.C.A. 259; M.H.B. 12)
Hail our brotherhood foundation
(Y.M.C.A. 109)
Teach me. my God and King
(Y.M.C.A. 292; M.H.B. 597)
Thou art the way. to thee alone
(Y.M.C.A. 320: M.H.B. 160)

Contributors

Conductor:
Edward Doman
Conductor:
R. J. Winnington
Organist:
T. J. H. Kerr

From Camberwell Palace, London with Reg Dixon
Lizbeth Webb
Terry-Thomas, Harry Rabinowitz
Tony Hancock , Mona Baptiste Arthur English , Arnie Kitson
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Introduced by Philip Slessor
Produced by Bryan Sears

Contributors

Unknown:
Reg Dixon
Unknown:
Lizbeth Webb
Unknown:
Harry Rabinowitz
Unknown:
Tony Hancock
Unknown:
Mona Baptiste
Unknown:
Arthur English
Unknown:
Arnie Kitson
Unknown:
Billy Ternent
Introduced By:
Philip Slessor
Produced By:
Bryan Sears

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More