and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Unlike the spring, Bing is with us a" the time-and most successfully
. so A weekly ration of records made by America's Crooner Number One
7.30 Physical exercises for younger women
7.40 Physical exercises for older men
7.50 a.m. Interlude
and summary of the Home Service programmes
Marjorie Grant (soprano"
Philip Hattey (baritone)
The BBC Salon Orchestra
Leader, Jean Pougnet
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater Mr Pickwick
Angel's whisper Selection: Mr Barley's Abroad
Geoafrey Henman began composing at the age of fifteen, and, before going to France in the last war at the age of seventeen, had conducted his own works at one of Dan Godfrey 's Bournemouth concerts, and also at the London Cohseum. NowHenman is once more serving with the Army in France.
at the organ of the Gaumont Palace
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' Nature's sweets'
tl.0 Physical training (Ages 9-12)
(for use in halls)
' Edith Dowling
11.25 Junior English (Ages 9-12)
' Games with words '
Arranged by Douglas R. Allan
11.40 Talks for fifth forms
(Ages H and over)
' Science and the community'
Planned by J. A. Lauwerys
' The chemical'revolution: Lavoisier '
J. A. Lauwerys
played by Etienne Amyot
(andmother,too) with Violet Carson (soprano)
Jan van der Gucht (tenor)
The Wilton Singers
Wilfred Pickles (compere)
A section of the BBC Northern
Conducted by Charles Windsor
The programme presented by Arthur Spencer
sung by Dorothy Robson (soprano)
Auf dem See (On the take)
Der Gang zum Liebchen (The lover's journey)
Meine Lieder (My songs)
Aut dem Schirfe (On board ship) Mein Madel hat einen Rosenmund (My darhng's Ups are rosy red)
By Schumann :
Du bist wie eine Btume (Thou art love)y as a Hower)
Mil Myrthen und Rosen (With myrtle and roses)
Zum ScMuss (The end) Die StfUe (Silence)
2.0 For rural schools (Ages 9-1S)
The food of Britain
' Once a luxury, now a necessity: tea '
John R. AUan
2.20 For under-sevens
' Let's join in! ' with Ann Driver and Jean SutcliSe
2.33 Senior English (Ages 11-15)
' Good writing '
Dramatic reading: 'The Firelighters', by Laurence Housman
from York Minster
Order c/ service
Organ voluntary Responses
Magnincat (Duft/tt7/, in G) Second Lesson
Nunc Dimittis (Dunhill, in G)
Anthem : In divers tongues
Hymn: 0 King enthroned on high
A singing quintet—nve boys and a piano, on gramophone records
Under 30's t'. Over 30's
A commentary during p!ay, by , Howard Marshall , from Lord's
ynghyd a sgwrs ar bwnc y dydd
(News and a topical talk in Welsh)
(The Children's Hour)
Rhaglen Ysgafn gan R. E. Jones
Fe'i cynwynir gan Meic, Emrys, !fan, a Phedwarawd y Bone
Bydd Nansi 'n canu'r delyn a Hywel wrth y piano
(A light Welsh programme)
' Cuthbert and the Cow '
A fantasy in music and rhyme
Book and lyrics by Philip Garston-Jones , music and orchestration by John Morley
The BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum with Hugh Morton , Marjohe West bury, Doris Nichols , Valeric Larg
Production by Martyn C. Webster
A week)y commentary on French affairs
(From Paris, by courtesy of Radiodifiusion National)
Presented by Bill MacLurg
A weekly programme introducing famous detectives of fact and fiction
1—' Barton or the Yard ' presenting ex - Detective - Inspector Jack Henry ,late of New Scotland Yard, in ' Vendetta '
Written by Jack Henry and Patrick K. Heate
2—' Who Broke the Law ? '
A series, written by Chartes Hatton , showing how easy it is for the man in the street to break the taw quite unknowing)y. Listen carefuMy and see if you can discover the way in which the taw is broken
3—' Stop Press ' <
4—' Meet the Arrow '
A new series of detective adventures written by Ernest Dud ]ey
' Meet him by night
Or meet him by day
The Arrow goes whistling
. On his way....'
Production by Bi!! MacLurg
Litian Braithwaite and Margaret Ratings inextractsfrom
' A HOUSE )M THE SQUARE by Diana Morgan , now being presented by J. W. Pemberton at the St. Martin's Theatre
The p)ay produced in the theatre by Richard Bird and for broadcasting by Bruce Betfrage
Reopening under the management of Dicky Hassett
with Dicky Hassett, Arthur Chesney, Frederick Burtwell, Vera Lynn, Dick Francis, and the Phoney Islanders
Directed by Billy Ternent
The show written by Ted Kavanagh
Produced by Francis Worsley
All the fun of the fair - and a bit more - is promised in this new series, of which the star is Dicky Hassett of 'large lumps' fame. Here's a whole new set of radio characters for you to make friends with as you meet them regularly week by week, and as Messrs. Worsley and Kavanagh were the men behind the notorious
'Itma', which had so long and successful a radio run, you should not fail to visit 'Phoney Island'.
post that mentions
Louis Kentner and JlonaKabos
.'Quick re suits and slow results'
W. A. Sinclair
A tribute by Malcolm Sargent
One of the greatest sopranos the wor)d has known, Mada!ne Luisa 1etraxzini died at the end of April.
Dr. J\ta)ro)m Sargent knew her and worked with her on several occasions, and as we)) as tetling you abhut letraxy.ini the woman, he wi)) p)ay gramophone records of some of the great anas in the singing of which she had few equals.
at the organ of the Empress Ba))room,
Blackpool in a programme of dance music
Turn back, O man (Holst)
O Lord, give thy Holy Spirit into our hearts (Tallis)
This sanctuary of my soul (Charles Flood)
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Herbert Menges
with Eric Whitley and Gloria Brent from the London Casino