Episode 401 – From Nigel Ogden’s Archive: Ladies Day

Monday was International Women’s Day so, on this week’s show Nigel Ogden is back in his archive with music from three of the most prolific female broadcasters of days gone by.

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Music Played

TitleArtistOrganInfo.Year
a) Hora Staccato
b) St. Louis Blues/Big Spender
Ena BagaGranada, Tooting London

4/14 Wurlitzer
Nigel Ogden Archive1967
a) Peanuts/Tico Tico
b) Coquette
Florence De JongNew Gallery Regent Street, London

2/8 Wurlitzer
Nigel Ogden Archive1979
a) Theme From ‘Exodus’
b) Selection from “Call Me Madam”
Doreen Chadwick Paramount/Odeon Manchester

4/20 Wurlitzer
Nigel Ogden Archive1967
a) Marching String
b) What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For/Starry-Eyed/What Do You Want?/Waltzing Matilda
Ena BagaBBC Theatre Organ No.2, Hoxton, London

5/27 Möller
Nigel Ogden Archive1959

Episode 376 – The End Of Times

On this weeks show John Leeming is back in his archive, with tracks taken from the last 18 months of traditional theatre organ broadcasts before they ceased for good in June 1968.

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Music Played

Old Father ThamesReginald Porter-BrownGuildhall Southampton

4/50 Compton (Dual Console)
Private Recording1967
Call Me/Anything GoesCharles SmittonParamount/Odeon Manchester

4/20 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1967
I’ve Got The World On A StringBryan RodwellParamount/Odeon Leeds

3/19 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1967
Hora StaccataEna BagaGranada, Tooting London

4/14 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1967
A Pretty GirL Is Like A MelodyVic HammettTown Hall Buckingha

3/10 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1967
Sunshine TangoBobby PaganRitz Richmond

3/8 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1968
Blackberry PieWilliam DaviesGranada, Tooting London

4/14 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1968
Valse MignonetteKeith BeckinghamGranada, Harrow, London

3c/8 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1968
Jazz Favourites:
a) Sweet Sue, Just You
b) Some Of These Days
c) Whispering
d) I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
e) Nobody’s Sweetheart
f) Honeysuckle Rose
g) Singin’ In The Rain
Stanley TudorGaumont Manchester

4/14 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1968
Jazz PizzicatoRobinson CleaverGranada, Tooting London

4/14 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1968
Bonnie and ClydeRobert LeysCapitol Cinema, Abderdeen

3/8 Compton
Private Recording1968
I Remember YouNick OlsenParamount/Odeon Leeds

3/19 Wurlitzer
Private Recording1968

Most of the recordings are from tapes donated by the estates of Bill Ravenall and ‘JK’ via Geoff Day.