The Wirelesss Programme 25 July

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

14:03 Yellow Rose Of Texas by Ronnie Hilton

14:07 You’ll Never Know by Dick Haymes and The Song Spinners

14:09 You’ll Never Know by Dick Haymes and The Song Spinners

14:13 Yes My Darling Daughter by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra and Marion Hutton

14:15 Return To Me by Dean Martin

14:25 The Gipsy by The Ink Spots

14:29 Don’t Let that Moon Get Away by Eddie Carroll

14:34 Spanish Eyes by Al Martino

14:39 You Made Me Love You by Harry James

14:45 Rain Rain Rain by Frankie Laine + Four Lads

14:49 The Continental by Lew Stone and Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes

14:52 Tears by Ken Dodd

14:55 Our Song by Dorothy Squires

14:58 Now and Forever by Alma Warren

15:03 Why by Anthony Newley

15:10 Secret Love by Doris Day

15:17 Hot toddy by Ted Heath

15:19 Hot toddy by Ted Heath

15:23 Underneath the arches by Flanagan And Allen

15:28 Goin Steady by Faron Young

15:30 Kiss Me Again by Frank Sinatra

15:37 All Of You by Bobby Darin

15:42 All the time and everywhere by Dickie Valentine

15:45 Lulu’s Back In Town by Harry Roy and His Band

15:49 Flirtation waltz by Winifred Atwell

15:52 Garden of Eden by Gary Miller

15:55 Lady Is a Tramp by Lena Horne

15:58 Sunday Monday Or Always by Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers

16:03 Forgotten Dreams by Cyril Stapleton

16:09 Broken wings by Stargazers

16:17 Besame Mucho by Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Bob Eberle and Kitty Kallen

16:27 Portrait of my love by Matt Monroe

16:30 Where Are You Now My love by Jackie Trent

16:33 Ole Buttermilk Sky by Hoagy Carmichael

16:36 My Happiness by Ella Fitzgerald

16:40 Unchained Melody by Righteous Brothers

16:49 Lovely to Look At by Gordon Macrae

16:51 Lovely to Look At by Gordon Macrae

16:51 Almost Like Being in Love by Vic Damone

16:55 In a golden coach by Billy Cotton

16:58 Ma says pa says by Doris Day and Johnnie Ray

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