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Forces Programme


from the West of Scotland, with the Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ronnie Munro. Presented by Tom Dawson
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Charles Trenet, French cabaret singer
Forces Programme


Intimate cabaret performance on records. Written and arranged by Arthur Clitheroe
Forces Programme


from a ballroom in the West. Listen to Kenway and Young, Betty Warren , Bernard Miles. Dance to Melville Christie's Dance Band, with Eva Benyon. Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme


on records, featuring Bessie Smith , Patricia Rossborough , the Merry Macs, and Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra
Forces Programme


A cabaret intime with Michael Redgrave , Jeanne de Casalis , Beryl Orde , Clemson's
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
From an hotel in the West
Forces Programme


on records with the Four King Sisters
Charlie Kunz
Max Wall and dancing to
John Kirby and his Onyx Club Boys
Forces Programme


American artists who have played at the British Variety theatres and cabarets
Arranged by Harold Rogers
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Pils and Tabet, the French cabaret stars
Forces Programme

Jack Radcliffe is ' guest of honour ' at the 'SILVER SPORRAN'

The cabaret today introduces the third edition of ' Forces fanfare '
Dancing, as usual, is to the Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ronnie Munro
Master of ceremonies, Tom Dawson
Forces Programme


American artists who have played in the English Variety theatres and cabarets
A record programme written and arranged by Harold Rogers
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Rina Ketty, French cabaret star
Forces Programme


The special twice-weekly programme for men and girls in Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Barrage units
Today :
Another meeting of the Ack-Ack,
Beer-Beer Club
Cabaret and dancing
Some of your colleagues gather in the studio to enjoy themselves and dance to the music of famous dance pianists
Among the guests :
Pat Hyde
Paddy Browne singing special Balloon Barrage and Searchlight songs
Club managers, Bill MacLurg and Howard Thomas
Forces Programme


A programme of gramophone records
The artists include:
Maurice Chevalier , Cleo Brown , and the Andrews Sisters
Dancing to the Casa Loma Orchestra
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Jean Sablon, the French cabaret and recording star
Forces Programme


A grand cabaret presented by artists from overseas including
Malcolm McEachern (Australia)
. Sylvia Handel (British West Indies)
Campbell and Wise (Africa)
Lyle Evans (Canada)
Compere, Lance B. Todd
(New Zealand)
Supported by the Dance Orchestra under the direction of Richard Valery
Presented by Victor Smythe
From a country hotel in the North at 10.0
Forces Programme


The BBC's twice-weekly feature for men and women of the Anti-Aircraft and Balloon Barrage units
Tonight : another visit to the Ack-
Ack, Beer-Beer Club
The Editors invite men and girls in uniform to the Ack-Ack, Beer-Beer Club to dance to a famous pianist, to have refreshments, and to enjoy a first-class West-End cabaret
If you can't come and dance, sit back and listen
You'll hear the dancers enjoying themselves as the wandering mike
. roves around and picks up snatches - of talk
Sit at the Editors' table with Bill Macl. urg and Howard Thomas
Forces Programme


with Florence Desmond
Mario (harp)
Lorenzi Hutch and Arthur Young and Hatchett's

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