The Wirelesss Programme 26 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

14:03 Let’s Face The Music And Dance by Fred Astaire and Johnny Green and his Orch.

14:19 Lover by Paul Whiteman and his Orch.

14:27 True Love by Bing Crosby

14:33 Mangos by Jill Day

14:35 Mangos by Jill Day

14:40 Treasure Of Love by Clyde McPhatter

14:45 My Darling My Darlin by Gary Miller and Ray

14:49 Ev’rywhere by David Whitfield

14:52 Nice n easy by Frank Sinatra

14:55 Just walkin in the rain by Johnnie Ray

14:58 What The World Needs Now by Jackie DeShannon

15:08 It’s A Loverly Day Tomorrow by Vera Lynn

15:11 Deep Purple (Part 1) by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Eve Becke

15:17 Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer by Ambrose and his Orchestra and Anne Shelton

15:23 3 Coins in a Fountain by 4 Aces

15:25 3 Coins in a Fountain by 4 Aces

15:32 Wanderin’ Eyes by Frankie Vaughan

15:35 Everything I have is yours by Eddie Fisher

15:41 Mr Sandman by Chordettes

15:46 I Threw A Kiss In The Ocean by Jimmy Dorsey and Helen O’Connell

15:51 I Walked Right In by Eric Winstone and his band

15:53 I Walked Right In by Eric Winstone and his band

15:54 Sway by Prez Prado and Rosemary Clooney

15:57 Go On By by Alma Cogan

16:04 Drink Drink Drink by Mario Lanza

16:09 You’re breaking my heart by Frankie Laine

16:16 You’re breaking my heart by Frankie Laine

16:18 You’re breaking my heart by Frankie Laine

16:20 Lets face the music by Nat King Cole

16:23 I Know Why by Eric Winstone and Julie Dawn

16:31 Come A Long A Love by Kay Starr

16:33 Come A Long A Love by Kay Starr

16:35 The Boy Next Door by Judy Garland

16:38 Mr Wonderful by Peggy Lee

16:46 The Things We Did Last Summer by Jo Stafford

16:50 Frensesi by Artie Shaw

16:54 Skyliner by Charles Barnett and his Orchestra

16:59 Pennsylvania 6 5000 by Glenn Miller Orch

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