The Wirelesss Programme 15 November

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 The Breeze And I by Caterina Valente

14:13 Pistol Packin Mama by Bing Crosby, Andrews Sisters and Vic Schoen Orchestra

14:17 The Big Noise From Winnetka by The Bob Crosby Orch.

14:20 I Saw Esau by Michael Holliday

14:25 As Time Goes By by Dooley Wilson

14:29 Something’s Gotta Give by Sammy Davis Jnr

14:31 For all we know by Nat King Cole

14:35 For all we know by Nat King Cole

14:35 Fly Me to the Moon by Tony Bennett

14:39 Fly Me to the Moon by Tony Bennett

14:46 That’s How A Love Song Was Born by Ray Burns

14:46 That’s How A Love Song Was Born by Ray Burns

14:49 Wanted by Tony Brett

14:52 Sing It Again With Joe by Joe Mr Piano Henderson

15:27 The Man From Laramie by Jimmy Young

15:28 My Dreams are Getting Better all the Time by Vera Lynn

15:32 Blue Star by Cyril Stapleton Orchestra and Julie Dawn

15:36 The Dam Busters March by Central Band Of The Royal Air Force

15:48 Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing by Four Aces

15:52 You Make Me Feel So Young by Frank Sinatra

15:53 You Make Me Feel So Young by Frank Sinatra

15:53 You Make Me Feel So Young by Frank Sinatra

15:56 Every Day Of My Life by Malcolm Vaughan

15:58 One Meat Ball by The Andrew Sisters

16:07 Side Saddle by Russ Conway

16:16 Someone to watch over me by Larry Adler

16:22 In the mood by Glenn Miller Orch

16:26 Calling All Workers by Eric Coates and his Symphony Orch.

16:30 Two Sleepy People by Vera Lynn and Denny Dennis and Ambrose and his Orchestra

16:34 Singin In The Rain by Gene Kelly

16:37 Boogie woogie bugle boy by Andrews Sisters

16:45 The Birds And the Bees by Alma Cogan

16:52 Ma I Miss Your Apple Pie by Billy Cotton and Alan Breeze

16:56 Black Hills of Dakota by Doris Day

16:58 Sunday Monday Or Always by Harry Roy and his Orchestra and Marjorie Kingsley

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