and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Andrew Bryson.
Gramophone records of part of ' Appalachia ' and ' Sea Drift'
' Freddy Grisewood Speaking '
from a selection of records
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Ethel Williams (soprano) and Ronald Bristol (tenor)
at the Tarf of the Granada, Tooting
from page 65 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 56 of Each Returning Day The head that once was crowned with thorns; Psalm 22, vv. 1-11 and 22-28); 0 thou who earnest from above
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra : conductor, William Pethers. From the New Hippodrome, Coventry
11.0 RHYTHM AND MELODYby Percy Young : 2-' Sounds two and three beats long'
Song : Golden Slumbers
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. New developments in the British Empire : ' Cities of the Rand '
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES : ' Mrs. Kamschatka's Washing-Day
Directed by Jack Hardy
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
4—' Modem Concert Overtures ' : introduced, with gramophone records, by Scott Goddard
Topical magazine programme
2.0 NATURE STUDY: ' Echoes ', by A. J. Mee
2.15 I YSGOLION CYMRU. (For Welsh schools). Hanes Cymru. 14-Y 15 fed ganrif-1: Cyflwr Cymru tua 1400 Owain Glyndwr ; Y Gwrthryfel a'i effeithiau. Gan W. D. Williams
2.35 'SENIOR HISTORY II. The changing world. ' London draws on Britain and all the world to supply her needs ' : by Silvia Goodall
from Cathedrals and Churches
I-From a Cathedral in the South. Introduced by Frank Phillips. The New London Orchestra, conducted by Alec Sherman
sung by Freda Townson (contralto)
. Talk by J. L. Longland
of the Salvation Army Assurance
Conductor, Brigadier A. H. Jakeway
Brigadier A. H.
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r llyfr ' Bob Bore o Newydd '
Irish music, played by the Irish Rhythms Orchestra (conducted by David Curry ) and George Beggs (baritone)
' Patsy Kerrigan story by Marjorie Randle
5.50 ' Letter from America '
National and Regional announcements
Every Sunday and Wednesday evening since the outbreak of war, men and women of the Forces have enjoyed the hospitality of Tabernacle Baptist Church. Cardiff. The services of community singing on Sunday evenings have proved .inspiring to the thousands who have attended. In this programme tribute is paid to all those who have worked for the success of this venture : the members of the Church, Cor Caerdydd, and its conductor, E. J. (Teddy) Richards.
' Sheep ' : second of our four fortnightly discussions. W. S. Mansfield , director of the Cambridge University Farm, discusses sheep on grassland and leys with W. A. Stewart of the Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture, and Will Hogg of Earlston, Berwickshire
Cello Sonata in G minor played by Douglas Cameron (cello) and Moiseiwitsch (piano)
Broadcast scene tells the story of a young spendthrift.
A group of young people then give their reactions to the story, and discuss the pros and cons of enjoying life while you are young. In the chair, Douglas Allan
with Horace Percival , Fred; Yule, Dorothy Summers , Sydney Keith , Dino Galvani , Bill Stephens , Bryan Herbert , Jean Capra , and Jack Cooper. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Script and lyrics by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley
(Recording will be broadcast tomorrow at
1.15 p.m. iti the Forces programme)
Weekly half-hour of mystery and suspense (second series).
Dramatised for broadcasting by John Dickson Carr from the story by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Dramatised for broadcasting by:
Story-Teller (by permission of Tom Arnold and Ivor Novello):
Sire de Maletroit:
Address by the Rev. R. H. V. Falconer , Trinity Church, Coatbridge
Rev. R. H. V.
' Characters of Women ', by Alexander Pope , and ' The Portrait of a Lady ', by T. S. Eliot : spoken
. by Robert Speaight and Martita Hunt
? Conductor, Ian Whyte