with Evelyn Dove (contralto), Murray-Davies (baritone), and Tony Lowry and Clive Richard -son at two pianos. Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, under its conductor, Charles Groves. Programme Introduced by Lionel Gamlin. Produced by Michael North
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra playing the kind of music heard in your favourite hotel in the days before the war ; Evelyn Dove sings Negro spirituals, with Rex Burrows at the piano. Programme produced by Fred Hartley and Douglas Lawrence
ENSA presents Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra and vocalists; Evelyn Dove in ' Love Songs .that have Lived ' ; Ivy, St. Helier in ' Story in Song ' : Memories of a Star ' (Sophie Tucker ), featured by Elinore Farrell. This week's ENSA artist. John Pratt (from ' Meet the Navy'). (BBC recording)
An entertainment for Forces overseas: Evelyn Dove. Cyril Fletcher , Violet Carson , Danny Malone , Johnny Denis , Maurice Thibaut. Jack Popple well in ' Composer Cavalcade,' with Maria Perilli , Sgt. George Mitchell and his R.A.P.C Swing Choir. BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor. Alan Crooks. Introduced by Christiane de Meurin. Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.
An Entertainment for Forces
Evelyn Dove , Cyril Fletcher ,
Violet Carson , Danny Malone ,
Johnny Denis , Maurice Thibault , Jack Popplewell in ' Composer Cavalcade,' with Maria Perilli , Sgt. George Mitchell and his R.A.P.C. Swing Choir... BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor, Alan Crooks. Introduced by Christiane de Meurin
Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.
flashes between Britain and America. From London, Edric Connor, Evelyn Dove and Robert Adams , with Leslie Mitchell (by courtesy of British Movietonews Ltd.) as' Master of Ceremonies in London, and Ben Grauer in New York
Produced in New York by Ira Avery, and in London by Jimmy Dyrenforth and Eric Fawcett. (Joint BBC and NBC programme heard simultaneously in both countries)
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