The Wirelesss Programme 29 September

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

14:06 Too Young by Nat King Cole

14:11 Drink Drink Drink by Mario Lanza

14:16 Wanted by Al Martino

14:21 It’s Magic by Bernard Manning

14:26 That Lovely Weekend by Harry Roy and His Band

14:30 American Patrol by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra

14:34 Bless You by The Ink Spots

14:38 Bless You by The Ink Spots

14:43 Lonely Ballerina by Lee Lawrence

14:47 I believe by Frankie Laine

14:50 A room full of roses by Dick Haymes

14:53 Around the World by Bing Crosby

14:57 I’m Gonna get lit up by Joe Loss and his Orchestra and Elizabeth Batey

15:06 If I Give My Heart to You by Joan Regan

15:11 Can I Forget You? by Jean Sablon

15:15 Im Sorry by Brenda Lee

15:19 Not As A Stranger by Frank Sinatra

15:24 Maybe by Ink Spots

15:27 Our Day Will Come by Doris Day

15:34 I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter by Fats Waller and his Rhythm

15:39 Answer me by Jean Campbell

15:40 Answer me by Jean Campbell

15:43 I’ll Get By by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Dick James

15:46 The Gypsy in my Soul by Eve Boswell

15:49 Bridge of sighs by David Whitfield

15:56 Am I a Toy or a Treasure? by Kay Starr

16:06 White cliffs of Dover by Vera Lynn

16:11 The Folks Who Live on the Hill by Michael Holliday

16:12 The Folks Who Live on the Hill by Michael Holliday

16:18 Sway by Dean Martin

16:20 Brother John by Nelson Riddle

16:24 In the mood by Glenn Miller Orch

16:36 On The Sunny Side Of The Street by Jo Stafford

16:39 I Still Believe by Ronnie Hilton

16:42 The song from Moulin Rouge by Mantovani

16:45 Night train by Buddy Morrow

16:45 Night train by Buddy Morrow

16:47 Night train by Buddy Morrow

16:47 Night train by Buddy Morrow

16:52 I’ll Dance At Your Wedding by Buddy Clark

16:56 You’ve Got Me Where You Want Me by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby

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