The Wirelesss Programme Hour Two 03 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

14:02 Dreamboat by Alma Cogan

14:05 Give me the moonligh by Frankie Vaughan

14:08 How about You? by Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra

14:12 Louise by Dean Martin

14:14 Louise by Dean Martin

14:20 Tenderly by Rosemary Clooney

14:26 Begin the beguine by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra

14:31 Mona Lisa by Nat King Cole

14:35 Me And My Girl by Jack Cooper and Ronnie Munro and his Orchestra

14:39 I wanna be loved by by Marilyn Monroe

14:43 Thank You So Much, Mrs. Lowsborough – Goodbye by Cole Porter

14:49 Put Your Arms Around Me Honey by Joe Loss and his Orchestra and Elizabeth Batey

14:52 The Great Pretender by Platters

14:56 Its a Wondeful World by Peggy Lee

14:58 Sweet dreams by Patsy Cline

15:03 It’s D’Lovely by Geraldo and his Orchestra

15:10 Garden of Eden by Gary Miller

15:11 Garden of Eden by Gary Miller

15:19 Wanted by Tony Brett

15:23 High Noon (Do Not Forsake me) by Tex Ritter

15:33 Suddenly Theres a Valley by Lee Lawrence

15:41 Green Door by Ray Ellington

15:46 Id Love To Fall Asleep by Penny Nichols

15:48 Id Love To Fall Asleep by Penny Nichols

15:51 Come Next Spring by Tony Bennett

15:54 Come Next Spring by Tony Bennett

15:55 Here in my heart by Al Martino

15:58 Mack The Knife by Bobby Darwin

16:03 Down and Out Blues by Jimmy Mesene

16:04 Down and Out Blues by Jimmy Mesene

16:10 Pennies From Heaven by Arthur Tracy

16:15 No One but You by Billy Eckstine

16:22 Forgotten Dreams by Cyril Stapleton

16:31 Yours by Vera Lynn and Mantovaniand his Orchestra

16:39 Almost Like Being In by Nat King Cole

16:43 Vanessa by Ted Heath

16:48 As Time Goes By by Dooley Wilson

16:51 I’m Sorry by Platters

16:52 I’m Sorry by Platters

16:56 Golden Earrings by Peggy Lee

16:59 Do Do Do Do Do It Again by Frankie Vaughan and Alma Cogan

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