and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Popular tunes from the musical screen on gramophone records
7.30 Physical exercises for younger men
7.40 Physical exercises for older women ,
and summary of today's Home
Sonata in C minor, Op. 45 played by Laurance Turner (violin) and Albert Hardie (piano)
Conductor, T. W. Collinson
j Conducted by Guy Warrack j Overture: Les Abencerages Cherubim
from page 37 of ' New Every Morning '
' When they are ill '
By a doctor
11.0 Music and movement for infants
11.20 Senior English (Ages 13-15)
Rhyme and reason: Writing an essay '
L. A. G. Strong
11.40 Talks for sixth forms (Ages 16 and over)
Questions of Empire
India 3—' Mahatma Gandhi'
Reginald Coupland, Beit Professor of Colonial History in the University of Oxford
Professor Coupland met Gandhi on several occasions when he was visiting England for the Round Table Conference some years ago. In the course of his talk, which will naturally deal with Gandhi the politician, he will also describe the impression made upon him by Gandhi the man -as he sat, for example, surrounded by undergraduates at Oxford, answering their questions with deadly point yet unfailing good humour.
Professor Coupland's two following talks in the ' Questions of Empire ' series will be entitled ' Wilberforce and Slavery' and ' Sir Stamford
Raffles and Singapore '.
Sybilla Marshall , Bettine Young , Winifred Downer , Margaret Rolfe , René Soames, Emlyn Bebb ,
Victor Utting , Victor Harding
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Henry Bronkhurst (piano) SINGERS
A musical slanging match between Jimmy Dyrenforth and Gordon Crier with Billy Tement conducting the Sweet
Rhythm and Dance Orchestras and a surprise item at half-time
2.0 Travel talks (Ages 9-12)
' Peoples of the Empire '
Planned by E. G. R. Taylor
' Aden and its Hinterland '
2.20 ' If you were French '
A feature programme by Julia Goodey
2.40 I ysgolion Cymru
(For Welsh Schools)
Storiau a Llenyddiaeth
' Sion Cwilt'
Rhaglen ddramatig yn seiliedig ar y gan, ' Sion Cwilt' gan Sarnicol
E. G. R.
A musical train journey, with Hugh Morton and the Cavendish Three
The BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
sung in choir by the students of a Roman Catholic college
The second Vespers of the octave day of the Feast of the Sacred Heart, with a commemoration of St. William, Archbishop of York, and of St. Robert of Newminster
[Home Service continued overleal
Matthew Norgate has been BBC film critic since last October, has written on films, radio, and the theatre for the last seven years, and will be remembered by many for his weekly column on London cabaret life while he was on the editorial staff of the Evening Standard, from 1934 to 1939.
He started life as a junior clerk at
£1 a week in a publisher's office and gave it up for the stage, making his debut with the Birmingham Repertory touring company. From 1924 to 1929 he was Secretary to the Stage Society, and during this time both The Man with the Load of Mischief and Journey's End were produced. He was also Secretary to the Phcenix Society, which produced seventeenth-century plays. He has filled every rôle in the theatre from call-boy to manager.
Conductor, Thomas Matthews
Ymddiddan gan Y. Parch. T. J. C. Roberts, C.F.
(A talk in Welsh)
5.20 ' Out with Romany '
Adventures among birds and animals
5.45 The Farmer-John Morgan,
provided by Rhythm on Reeds
Arranged by Phil Green
Maitre d'Hotel, Hugh Shirreff
A fortnightly programme reflecting the life, the song, and the story of the people of France
followed at not earlier than 7.20 by Scottish and Northern Ireland
The epic of Portuguese discovery
A programme compiled by Felix Felton and Douglas Cleverdon from material supplied by R. E. Broughton and Dr. A. Rodrigues , telling in dramatic form the story of the work and adventures of the Portuguese pioneers
The music includes selections from the works of Ruy Coelho and other Portuguese composers, and the programme will begin with an account of the opening of the Portuguese celebrations now taking place in Lisbon, by Fernando Pessa (late first announcer of the Emissora Nacional)
Orchestra conducted by Gideon Fagan. Production by Felix Felton
featuring Dave and Joe O'Gorman in ' Fun behind the Footlights'
Written by Dick Pepper
Produced by Ernest Longstaffe
(with the technical assistance of Peter Duncan and John Kier Cross)
The cast includes :
The Four Aces
Mansell and Ling, the banjo experts
Boris Barko and his Educated Dogs Madam Bluffski in her marvellous exposition of thought reading
The Six Snappy Flappers and Ernest Sefton as the Manager
The BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
Presented by Richard Jerome with Eddie Kelland , Frank Monck ton, Cecily Haines , Mae Craven , Geoffrey Dupres , Booth Hitchen , Edna Moncrieff , Rene Russell , the Dancing Debutantes, Erno Ellif , the Rolling Stones Orchestra
A programme of organ music played by Harold Darke
Fantasia in G
Choral prelude: Wachet auf
Toccata, adagio, and fugue in C
A problem in detection in two parts by Anthony Berkeley
Part 2-' The solution '
Produced by John Cheatle
Blanche Hutton, his wife:
Det -Sergeant Hornby:
Det -Inspector Clarke:
Det -Sergeant Willis:
Det -Sergeant Crane: