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Forces Programme

' CLOSE-UP'

Your favourite stars of stage, screen, and cabaret interviewed in the studio
Forces Programme

VARIETY CABARET

with Daphne and Jack Barker and Jack Jackson and his Band from a hotel restaurant
Forces Programme

Your Presence is Requested

Lady Brewery-Smythe is holding a musical evening
Apart from yourselves,
The guests will include Claude Dampier, Phyllis Clare, Bobby Duke and Jack London, Three in Harmony
Her ladyship - Vera Lennox
Her ladyship's butler - Dick Francis
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Dialogue by Aubrey Danvers-WaIker
Produced by Eric Spear

Many things are likely to go wrong at this musical evening of Lady
Brewery-Smythe's. Probably, for instance, the artists she invites will not be as highbrow as she imagines. There should be no disappointment for the listener, nevertheless, whatever the effect on Lady Brewery-Smythe.
One of the guests will be Phyllis Clare, for example, a revue and cabaret star who has not been on the air in this country now for some time. London theatre-goers may remember her in the West-End productions of Here's How, Give Me a Ring, and Ballyhoo, and on the screen she has appeared in many big film productions such as Clive of India, Four Men and a Prayer, While Parents Sleep, and The Last of Mrs. Cheyney.
In the early days of the war she twice went out to France to entertain the troops, on one occasion with Leslie Henson to deputise for Binnie Hale, who had had a motoring accident.
Forces Programme

TEA-TIME CABARET

from a restaurant in the South with George Melachrino , Tiny Powell , Peter Valerio , and Leonard and his
Orchestra
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Charles Trenet, the famous French cabaret star
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Jean Sablon, French cabaret artist par excellence
Forces Programme

CABARET

with Oliver Wakefield , Jean de Casalis , Billy Milton , and Van Straten and his Music
Compere, Kenneth Rainford from a restaurant
Forces Programme

LIGHTS OUT!'

An end-of-day gramophone cabaret
Prom 11.10 p.m. to 12.15 a.m. 342 m. will radiate the Home Service programme. At 11 p.m. News in English is broadcast on 373 m. for listeners abroad
Forces Programme

CABARET

with Nosmo King and partner, Eric Barker ,
Margaret Eaves , Frank Braidwood and the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme

Evening Stars

A gramophone cabaret show
From 11.10 p.m. to 12.15 a.m. 342 m. will radiate the Home Service programme. At 11 p.m. News in English is broadcast on 373 m. for listeners abroad
Forces Programme

and programme summary

followed by ' FEMININE FANTASY'
An all-women cabaret show on gramophone records






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