The Wirelesss Programme 18 August

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

14:08 Poppa piccolino by Diana Decker

14:11 Singing The Blues by Guy Mitchell

14:20 Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White by Eddie Calvert

14:24 Someday you’ll want me to want you by Vaughn Monroe

14:34 These foolish Things by Bob Manning

14:38 Opus One by Glen Gray

14:42 Chattanooga choo choo by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra and Tex Beneke, Paula Kelly and the Modernaires

14:51 Friendly Persuasion by Pat Boone

14:51 Friendly Persuasion by Pat Boone

14:52 Friendly Persuasion by Pat Boone

14:53 Friendly Persuasion by Pat Boone

14:54 Friendly Persuasion by Pat Boone

14:54 Day By day by The Connecticut Collegians and Jay Wilber and his Band

14:57 The Continetal by Sam Browne

15:08 Moulin Rouge theme by Mantovani

15:11 Concerto For Druma by Geraldo and his Orchestra

15:20 The girl In The Little Green Hat by Billy Cotton and his Band

15:29 Zambesi by Lou Busch

15:33 My Prayer by Platters

15:37 My Prayer by Platters

15:37 Little Man You’ve Had A Busy day by Henry Hall and Kitty Masters

15:47 My Special Angel by Malcolm Vaughan

15:51 Somewhere by Bobby Darin

15:55 The Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrew Sisters

15:58 It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie by Vera Lynn

16:08 What A Difference A Day Makes by Dianah Washington

16:15 What A Difference A Day Makes by Dianah Washington

16:20 Diana by Paul Anka

16:22 Diana by Paul Anka

16:25 Now and Forever by Freddy Martin and his Orchestra and Artie Wayne

16:41 Blue Star by Cyril Stapleton Orchestra/Julie Dawn

16:44 Blue Star by Cyril Stapleton Orchestra/Julie Dawn

16:45 Blue Star by Charlie Applewhite

16:48 Someone’s Rocking my Dreamboat by Eric Winstone and his band and Alan Kane

16:51 It had to be you by Artie Shaw

16:55 Give a fool a Chance by Alma Cogan

16:58 At Last by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Len Camber

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