and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Gramophone records of his Quartets and Quintet
' An American Looks at Britain ' (ii) : Annette M. Snapper (recording)
Gramophone mixture of film music, chosen and introduced by Lilian Duff
at the organ of the Granada. Welling
and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (piano)
from page 113 of 'New Every Morning' and page 60 of ' Each Returning Day '. Through the night of doubt and sorrow ; Psalm 84 ; Oh for a thousand tongues to sing
Phil Green and his Band
Today's Variety on records
Conducted by Maurice Johnstone
Part Songs, sung by the BBC Chorus : conductor, Leslie Woodgate
At Twilight ; Morning Song in the Jungle ;
There was a pig went out to dig ; Brigg Fair; Australian Up-Country Song; Mary Thompson
Variety entertainment by war-workers who are entertaining their colleagues during their lunch-hour- break in a factory in Scotland
' Problems of War-Time Poultry-Feeding ': talk by K. T. Hainan
played by Joan Trimble and Valerie Trimble
tenor. (Gramophone records)
Puccini's opera, performed by the Sadler's Wells Opera Company, Conductor, Herbert Menges. Produced by Tyrone Guthrie. From the Hippodrome Theatre, Wigan. Sadler's Wells Chorus assisted by members of the Bolton Operatic Chorus.
Scene: Paris, 1830. Act 1: A garret, home of the four friends
2.50 app. "Puccini as Musical Dramatist": talk by Mosco Corner
3.3 app. Act 2: Outside the Cafe Morous, the same evening
3.22 app. "An Impression of Murger and the Bohemians" by Edward Sackville-West
3.32 app. Act 3: Outside a customs-house and tavern at the gates of Paris
3.55 app. Behind the Scenes: "'La Boheme' from the singer's point of view": talk by Cedric Wallis
4.5 app. Act 4: Same as Act 1, months later.
Sadler's Wells Opera
Members of Bolton Operatic
on gramophone records
Alcina (Handel-Whittaker) Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Weingartner
School of Dancing (Boccherini-Françaix)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati
Dygwyd yr yd i glydwch ac ymgasglodd y gweithwyr o gwmpas bwrcfd y gegin fawr. Heddiw cewch glywed hwyl a miri'r wledd. Trefnwyd y rhaglen gan Sam Jones. (Talks in Welsh)
' The Wee Hoose by the Burn ', No. 2 : Scottish Variety for children. Words and music by R. G McCallum , with W. H. D. Joss , Ann Downie , and Elsie Payne. Music provided by a section of the Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ronnie Munro
W. H. D.
National and Regional announcements
Programme in honour of the men of the Royal Engineers who risk their lives to clear a path through the enemy's minefields for our advancing troops and armour. Written and produced by Douglas Cleverdon.
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Third edition of ' Made in Britain ' telling five new stories from the Factory Front-five true stories of the War demonstrating the quality of the arms which the men and women of the factories are making for the men of the Fighting Services. Edited by Donald Stokes and produced by Leonard Cottrell
An Anglo-American show, introducing ' Salute With Music ', and guest stars from both sides of the Atlantic. With Betty Driver, Slim Allan , the BBC Revue Chorus, and Leslie Mitchell The Augmented
Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent. Script by Hal Block. Produced by Tom Ronald.
by Alexander Werth
Conducted by Charles Groves. Frank Titterton (tenor) '
Weekly half-hour of mystery and suspense, written by John Dickson Carr.
Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster.
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played by Edward Mitchell (piano)