The Wirelesss Programme 13 October

Music played in this programme included the records listed below with approximate broadcast times. This list may not be complete, there may have been extra records played that we do not have the information about

14:07 Pennsylvania 6 5000 by Glenn Miller Orch

14:11 Blue Star by Ron Goodwin Orchestra

14:15 I Talk To The Trees by Joy Nichols

14:20 Arrividerci Darling by Edna Savage

14:25 A Blossom Fell by Ronnie Hilton

14:27 A Blossom Fell by Ronnie Hilton

14:30 A Blossom Fell by Ronnie Hilton

14:31 The Shifting Whispering Sands by Eamon Andrews

14:38 Tea For Two by Joe Daniels

14:42 It’s Almost Tomorrow by Dream Weavers

14:50 Nancy, With the Laughing Face by Frank Sinatra

14:54 Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Three Boys and a Girl

14:57 Band Of Gold by Don Cherry

15:07 Now and Forever by Alma Warren

15:14 In Old Lisbon by Frank Chacksfield

15:18 Spanish Eyes by Al Martino

15:29 Why by Anthony Newley

15:31 Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart by Judy Garland

15:34 Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart by Judy Garland

15:36 Trade Winds by Bing Crosby

15:40 That Old Devil calle by Billie Holiday

15:44 Thats Amore by Dean Martin

15:49 Cool Water by Frankie Laine

15:52 Cool Water by Frankie Laine

15:52 Cool Water by Frankie Laine

15:53 Unchained Melody by Liberace

15:56 Evry time we say goodbye by Ella Fitzgerald

16:07 That Old Black Magic by Sammy Davis Jnr

16:11 For all we know by Nat King Cole

16:24 My September Love by David Whitfield

16:26 My September Love by David Whitfield

16:28 La Mer by Charles Trenet

16:32 La Mer by Charles Trenet

16:33 Moon river by Danny Williams

16:41 Isnt Life Wonderful by Alma Cogan and Les Howard

16:44 That Lovely Weekend by Harry Roy and His Band

16:48 It’s A Loverly Day Tomorrow by Vera Lynn

16:52 The Surrey with the Fringe on Top by Alfred Drake and Jay Blackton Orchestra

16:56 Amapola by Joe Loss and his Band and Monte Rey

16:58 Amapola by Joe Loss and his Band and Monte Rey

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