David features songs co-written by the lyricist Lorenz Hart and composer Richard Rodgers.
This week David brings you an "All British Post War Cavalcade of Song".
David brings you memorable songs that the month of April during the 1940s produced.
David features the month of April through the 1930s which produced memorable hit songs.
Tributes to Leo "Thanks for the Memory" Robin and Yip "April in Paris" Harburg,
Swingers and Singers - nostalgic music from a time when songs had a real melody.
Birthday anniversary tributes to Dinah Shore, Glenn Miller and Jimmy Dorsey.
Birthday anniversary tributes to Guy Mitchell and dance band leader Victor Silvester
Includes music from Matt Monro, Doris Day, Perry Como, Kay Starr and many others.
Hits courtesy of Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee, Frank Sinatra, Teresa Brewer and many others.
The show includes anniversary tributes to Burton Lane, Victor Herbert and Hildegarde.
An extensive birthday anniversary tribute to the popular song composer Jimmy Van Huesen.
The show is an all-British, all-1950s celebration of female and male vocalists.
Music from James Monaco, Eddie de Lange and Irving Mills, plus singer Ethel Merman.
The biggest names of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s with an “On Stage or On the Air” theme.
A celebration of some of the great British dance bands of the 1930s and 1940s.
The show opens with nine listener requests, followed by a Christmas selection.
“It’s All About You” - Songs featured in the theme include the word “you”.
David brings you a 1940s and 1950s “Musical Potpourri” theme.
The show is dominated by twenty listener requests for recordings.
Plus listener requests
Birthday anniversary tributes to June Christy, Petula Clark and Anne Shelton.
The show features popular British and American recordings from World War II (1939-45).
David brings you birthday anniversary tributes to Harry Woods and Gus Kahn.
David brings you a theme focusing on “October Hit Songs & Melodies”
Anniversary tributes to bandleader Roy Fox, songstress Adelaide Hall and Allan Jones.
Thirteen listener requests followed by a theme titled “October Hits - The 1940s”.