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'BANDSTAND'

with Dennis Noble (baritone), Ruth Naylor (soprano) and Leslie England (piano) ; ' In the Interval', Claude Dampier with Billie Carlyle ; 'Music-Hall Memories ', revived by Nosmo King; Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Orchestra and a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Presented by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

'BANDSTAND'

Lilting music, melody and song for everybody, with Trefor Jones, Florence Austral , and Anthony Pini (cello) ; Alice Lloyd revives some music-hall memories ; Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra and a section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Produced by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

'BANDSTAND'

Lilting music, melody, and song for everybody, with Francis Russell (tenor) and Lorely Dyer (soprano) ; ' In the Interval', Robb Wilton ; ' Music-Hall Memories ', revived by Hetty King : Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra and a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Presented by Henry Reed. (Recording of last Saturday's broadcast)
Forces Programme

' BANDSTAND '

Lilting music, melody and song for everybody, with Francis Russell (tenor) and Lorely Dyer (soprano) ; ' In the Interval ', Robb Wilton ; 'Music-Hall Memories ', revived by Hetty King : Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra and a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Presented by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

'BANDSTAND'

Recording of last Saturday's broadcast, with Nora Gruhn , Jan van der Gucht, Paula Green , George Elliott (guitar), Tony Lowry and Clive Richardson (at two pianos). ' In the Interval,' an address by Mr. Gillie Potter , music critic, late of the ' Hogsnorton Evening Blast'; Dick Francis revives some music-hall memories ; Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus. The Dance Orchestra and a section of the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Billy Tement. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Presented by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

'BANDSTAND'

Lilting music, melody and song for everybody, with Laelia Finneberg (soprano), Walter Glynne (tenor), and Albert Sandler (accompanist, Jack Byfield ) ; ' In the Interval ', an address by chair-attendant Robb Wilton ; Nosmo King revives some music-hall memories; Charles Smart at the novachord : BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra and. a section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Introduced by Henry Oscar. Produced by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

'BANDSTAND'

Lilting music, melody, and song for everybody, with "Frank Titterton , Laelia Finneberg and Leonard Henry. BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra, and a section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Programme introduced by Lionel Gamlin. Produced by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

BANDSTAND

Lilting music, 'melody, and song for everybody. Special concert jazz edition, with Diana Ward , Sam Browne , Margaret Eaves , Jack Simpson (marimba), Max Geldray (harmonica), and Roland Peachey (Hawaiian guitar). Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus. The Dance Orchestra and a section of the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Billy Tement. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Produced by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

' BANDSTAND

Lilting music, melody, and song for everybody, with Dennis Noble , Irene Eisinger , Elisabeth Welch , and Reginald Kell (clarinet) ; Vernon Watson revives some Music-Hall memories; Vocal selections from ' The Lilac Domino ' ; Charles Smart at the novachord ; BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra, and a section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Mansel. Thomas. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Produced by Henry Reed
Forces Programme

'BANDSTAND'

Lilting music, melody, and song for everybody, with Irene Eisipger (soprano), Frank Titterton (tenor), and Eda Kersey (violin) ; in the interval Jimmy O'Dea discovers Mrs. Mulligan at 'Bandstand'; Music-Hall memories revived by Violet parson ; Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus. BBC Revue Orchestra and a section of the 'Dance Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Programme introduced by Henry Oscar. Presented by Henry Reed
BBC Home Service Basic

'VIC OLIVER INTRODUCES.......'

his programme of stars, personalities, songs and music. Featuring this week, Frances Day, Henry Cotton , Sally Rogers , Doris Gambell and Kenneth Neate , with Vic Oliver and his Concert Orchestra. Script by Ray Sonin. Produced by Henry Reed. (BBC recording)
BBC Home Service Basic

CHRISTMAS REVUE

with Frances Day Henry Kendall Doris Hare Cliff Gordon Lizbeth Webb Terry Thomas
The Radio Revellers
Augmented Dance Orchestra Conducted by Stanley Black
Produced by Henry Reed
Third Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford in ' MALATESTA

A play by Henry de Montherlant
Translated from the French and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
Production by E. A. Harding
The action of the play takes place in Rome and Rimini between June and October in the year 1468
(Continued in next column)
Characters in order of speaking:
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 26)
During the Interval in the performance of ' 'Malatesta' (from approximately 9.45 to 9.55 p.m.) there will be a programme of flute music by Honegger and Roussel: on records
Third Programme

'PYTHEAS'

by Henry Reed with music composed by William Wordsworth conducted by Patrick Savill
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
Lady Britishers:
Diana Maddox , Marjorie Westbury Other parts played by Thea Wells
Robert Beaumont and Henry Searle with Marjorie Westbury (soprano)
Anna Pollak (contralto)
Martin Boddey (tenor)
Denis Dowling (baritone)
Stanley Riley (bass)
BBC Chorus (women's voices)
(Chorus-Master. Leslie Woodgate )
Gareth Morris (flute) Marie Goossens (harp)
(Anna Pollak , Denis Dowling broadcast by permission of the Governors, Sadler's Wells)
Third Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford in ' MALATESTA '

A play by Henry de Montherlant
Translated from the French and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
Production by E. A. Harding
During the performance of the play there will be a fifteen-minute interval, beginning at approximately 9.25, when the following will be broadcast:
Mozart
Divertimento in B flat
(K.App.229, No. 3) played by Leopold Wlach (clarinet) Franz Bartosek (clarinet)
Karl Oehlerberger (bassoon) on gramophone records
Third Programme

'PYTHEAS'

by Henry Reed with music composed by William Wordsworth conducted by Patrick Savill
Production by Douglas Cleverdon Other parts played by Thea Wells , Robert Beaumont and Henry Searle with Marjorie Westbury (soprano)
Anna Pollak (contralto) Martin Boddey (tenor)
Denis Dowling (baritone)
Stanley Riley (bass)
BBC Chorus (women's voices)
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Gareth Morris (flute) Marie Goossens (harp)
Third Programme

'ALL FOR THE BEST'

('Tutto per Bene') by Luigi Pirandello
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Wilfrid Grantham
Cast in order of speaking:
(Continued in neat column)
Marchese Flavio Gualdi. Michael Bates Count Veniero Bongiani. Eric Anderson with Henry Mara. Brian Hayes and John Turnbull
Third Programme

'ALL FOR THE BEST'

Tutto per Bene ') by Luigi Pirandello
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Wilfrid Grantham
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by Henry Mara , Brian Hayes and John Turnbull
Third Programme

Denholm Elliott Brian Bedford and Carleton Hobbs in ' THE LAND WHERE THE KING IS A CHILD'

('La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant ')
A play in three acts by Henry de Montherlant
Translated by Henry Reed
Produced by Archie Campbell
The action takes place in the present day in the Auteuil district of Paris at a Catholic boarding-school for boys towards the end of March.
ACTS 1 and 2—Interval—ACT 3
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.25-9.35 app.): Andante for string orchestra (Jolivet): played by 1'Orchestre d.u Theatre des Champs-Elysees, conducted by Ernest Bour : on a gramophone record
Third Programme

Denholm Elliott Brian Bedford and Carleton Hobbs in ' THE LAND WHERE THE KING IS A CHILD '

(' La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant')
A play in three acts by Henry de Montherlant
Translated by Henry Reed
Produced by Archie Campbell
The action takes place in the present day In the Auteuil district of Paris at a Catholic boarding-school for boys towards the end of March.
ACTS 1 and 2 Interval
ACT 3
DURING THE INTERVAL (10.5-10.15 app.): Andante for strings (Jolivet): I'Orchestre du Theatre des Champs-ElysSes, conducted by Ernest Bour on a gramophone record






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