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Light Programme

VARIETY CONCERT HALL

This week from the Embassy Cinema, Bristol
Squadronaires Dance Orchestra directed by Jimmy Miller with Doreen Stephens and the Quads
Evelyn Dove
Mervyn Saunders
Jean Melville
Max Gelbray
Introduced by Brian Johnston
BBC Television

Serenade in Sepia

Sweet music in the Negro style, sung by Evelyn Dove and Edric Connor, and played by Eugene Pini and his Orchestra.
BBC Television

Serenade in Sepia

A programme of sweet music in the Negro style, sung by Evelyn Dove and Edric Connor, and played by Eugene Pini and his Orchestra
BBC Home Service Basic

' SERENADE IN SEPIA'

Sweet music in the Negro style sung by Evelyn Dove and Edric Connor
Eugene Pini and his Orchestra
Produced by Eric Fawcett
BBC Television

Serenade in Sepia

Sweet music in the Negro style, sung by Evelyn Dove and Edric Connor and played by Eugene Pini and his Orchestra.
Light Programme

* BREAKFAST HOUR'

Scottish Variety Orchestra Conductor, Kemlo Stephen with Evelyn Dove and Alexander Carmichael
BBC Television

Variety in Sepia

Negro music from Africa to Harlem.
Cast in order of appearance:
Vroom and his dancers, Mable Lee, Evelyn Dove, Edric Connor, The George Williams Choir, Cyril Blake and his Calypso Band, Buddy Bradley, The Business Men of Rhythm, Winifred Atwell, Woods and Jarrett, Adelaide Hall
Musical accompaniments by Eric Robinson and his Orchestra
(Mable Lee and The Business Men of Rhythm are appearing in "Here, There and Everywhere")
From Radiolympia
Light Programme

BREAKFAST HOUR

Augmented BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra: conductor. Kemlo Stephen; with Evelyn Dove and George Fleming
Light Programme

' MOOD IN EBONY'

A colourful entertainment sung and played by Evelyn Dove. Winifred Atwell , and Reg. Leopold and his Players
Presented by Campbell Rickett.
Light Programme

BREAKFAST HOUR

BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra
Conductor. Kemlo Stephen with Evelyn Dove and Ian Gourlay
Light Programme

' MOOD IN EBONY'

A colourful entertainment sung and played by Evelyn Dove , Winifred Atwell , and Reg. Leopold and his Players
Presented by Campbell Ricketts
Light Programme

'MOOD IN EBONY'

A colourful entertainment sung and played by Evelyn Dove, Winifred Atwell. and Reg. Leopold and his Players
Presented by Campbell Rickett.
BBC Television

Sepia

An all-coloured entertainment with Mabel Lee, Evelyn Dove, Edric Connor, Woods and Jarrett.
Light Programme

'MOOD IN EBONY'

A colourful entertainment sung and played by Evelyn Dove. Winifred Atwell , and Reg. Leopold and his Players
Light Programme

BREAKFAST HOUR

BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra
Conductor. Kemlo Stephen with Evelyn Dove and Ian Gourtay
Programme introduced by Alastair Maclntyre
Light Programme

VARIETY BANDBOX

with Arthur English
Sylvia Welling and Mervyn Saunders
George Williams , Jack Simpson
Peter Sellers , Tommy Reilly
Evelyn Dove
Rex Jameson (Mrs. Shuffle wick)
Primo Scala and his Accordion Band
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Produced by John Foreman
BBC Television

Kaleidoscope

An entertainment magazine for the family.
including

Close-Up on the familiar and unfamiliar

Alibi
with Bruce Belfrage as the Examiner.

Pictures in the Fire

Song Time with Evelyn Dove

Ronnie Waldman's Puzzle Corner including the deliberate mistake
This week's viewer competitor from Muswell Hill in North London.

These are the Days
written by Godfrey Harrison.
[Starring] Desmond Walter-Ellis in a new series

Programme introduced by McDonald Hobley.

Viewers who live in the Muswell Hill district of North London are invited to place a copy of Radio Times in their windows by 2.0 p.m. if they wish to offer themselves as the competitor in tonight's 'Puzzle Corner'.
BBC Radio 2

Salutations

Moira Stuart presents a series celebrating black British and British-based musical entertainers who came to fame between the 1930s and 1950s.
2: A tribute to the contralto
Evelyn Dove and the innovative jazz composer Reginald Foresythe. Also, the memories of Elisabeth
Welch and Adelaide Hall.
A Ladbroke Radio production
5NO Newcastle

Evelyn Wilson (Soprano)

"A Sunset Song" (Ronald); "Dove Song" ("Figaro") (Mozart).
BBC Home Service Basic

EVELYN DOVE

sings with the Casino Orchestra. Conductor, Rae Jenkins






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