and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
H.M. Coldstream Guards and H.M. Welsh Guards. (Gramophone records)
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
7.40 Exercises for women : Doris Robertson
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Andrew Bryson.
Very Rev. W. R. Matthews , K.C.V.O., D.D., Dean of St. Paul's
Very Rev. W. R.
' Try Something New', by Muriel Ann Wilde
Popular dance music and songs, on gramophone records
at the organ of the Granada, Harrow
on gramophone records
Vivace non troppo (Symphony No. 3, the Scottish : Mendelssohn): Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Felix Weingartner
Introductory music Prayer
At the name of Jesus (A. and M. 306, vv.
1, 5; 6 ; S-P. 392 vv. 1, 4, 5; C.H. 178, vv. 1, 3, 4 : Tune, Evelyns)
Prayers: The Prayer for God's Presence: the Lord's Prayer
The King of love my shepherd is (A. and M. 197; S.P. 654 ; C.H. 438: Tune, Dominus regit me)
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd
from page 85 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 10 of ' Each Returning Day
Jesus, where'er thy people meet ; Psalm 2 ; Eternal ruler of the ceaseless round
Richard Crean and his Orchestra
11.0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE: this programme, by reminding pupils of certain broadcasts they have heard in this series, endeavours to give a unity to the variety of subjects treated during the session
11.20 'HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT-factory foreman ? ' by Elizabeth Rowley
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Unfinished - discussion-2. ' Have boarding-schools something that day-schools haven't got? If so, what ? ' : chairman, B. A. Howard , of the Addey and Stanhope School, London
Kate Winter (soprano) ; William Pleeth (cello) ; Margaret Good (piano)
ENSA concert for war-workers, from a factory canteen. Oscar Rabin and his Band, with Harry Davis , featuring Terry Devon and the Hi-Spots. Guest artist, ' Hutch '
Oscar Rabin and Harry Davis have just celebrated their twentieth year of partnership as directors of Oscar Rabin 's Band. Years ago Davis set out to specialise in the work of dance-band presentation, which has resulted in his being acclaimed as one of the best men at this job in the country. He has an agreement with Rabin that should either partner die before the other, the widow of that partner takes his place; while the other maje partner makes himself responsible for the general welfare of the other family.
Rabin is notable for his self-effacing leadership, for he sits playing his saxophone, with the other insrrumentalistsrarely standing before them on the conductor's rostrum.
Week-end notes for women gardeners, by Anna Scarlett and Elizabeth Cowell
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. South America. Venezuela : ' Exploring for Oil in, the Headwaters of the River Orinoco', by Robert Allen
2.15 Interval music
2.20 I YSGOLION CYMRU. (For Welsh schools). ' Rhigwm a Chan '. 10 — ' Gwers Adolygiadol'. Galw i gof rigymau a dhaneuon a ddysgwyd yn ystod y flwyddyn
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. English for everyday use. Book talk by Honor Wyatt : ' Kidnapped ', by Robert Louis Stevenson
Memories of childhood in South Wales, by J. O. Francis
Conductor, Ian Whyte
played by the Fairey Aviation Works Band : conductor, Harry Mortimer
Sgwrs gan Aelod Seneddol. (Talk in Welsh)
Sgwrs amserol gan ffarmwr. (Talk in Welsh)
' After School ' : how schoolboys and schoolgirls at Dinas Powis and Caerleon have organised their own amusements at their schools. Programme devised by Aimee G. Ferrier
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Janet Howe (mezzo-soprano). London Philharmonic Orchestra (leader, Jean Pougnet ), conducted by Sir Henry Wood
Overture : Leonora, No. 2 A Song of Penitence
Symphony No. 3. in E flat (Eroica)
From the Royal Albert Hall, London
Radio play by Anne Meredith , produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Sybil Arundale , Grizelda Hervey , Joan Carol , Molly Rankin , Ann Codrington , Arthur Ridley , William Trent , Charles Maunsell , Alexander Sarner , and Sydney Tafler
Jane Clare, his wife:
His daughters Julia:
His daughters Rosamund:
Evelyn, her daughter:
Sally Buttle, daughter to Rosamund:
with Eda Kersey (violin). Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Jimmy Dyrenforth tells you about this extraordinary all-Negro film, starring Ethel Waters , Eddie (' Rochester ') Anderson, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, and the Hall-Johnson Choir with songs and scenes from the original sound-track (by permission of M-G-M). Presented by Jimmy Dyrenforth and Peter Eton
Suite for viola and piano played by Watson Forbes and Denise Lassimonne
Letters: Byron to John Murray, read by Valentine Dyall.
Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra