and Home Service programme summary
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos. Barbara Laing and Lena Blackman.
Gramophone records of some of his sacred music
' Freddy Grisewood Speaking '
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
from a selection of records
played by Tom Bromley and Mantle Childe
from page 77 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 8 of ' Each Returning Day Hail the day : Psalm 8 ; Rejoice, the Lord is King !
Troise and his Banjoliers
11.0 RHYTHM and MELODY, by Percy Young. No. 3— ' More about Rests ' : the signs for minim and semibreve rests are introduced into this programme
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Recent developments in the British Empire. India : 1— ' Making the Desert Blossom '
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES. Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances by Mrs. Ewing, adapted for broadcasting by Silvia Goodall
Symphony No. 3, in G minor played by the Lamoureux Orchestra of Paris, conducted by Albert Wolff. (Gramophone 1 records)
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere ih Britain.
The story of the cowboy : sixth of a series of gramophone programmes written by Charles Chilton , and introduced by Buck Douglas. Verse extracts are read by Capt. Hal Thompson of the U.S. Strategic Air Forces
Topical magazine programme
2.0 NATURE STUDY... Plants that " eat" Insects ', by H. R. Fletcher
2.15 I YSGOLION CYMRU. (For Welsh schools). ' Hanes Cymru' : cyfres i blant tua 12 oed. 3-' Capelau ac Enwadau', gan A. H. Williams
2.35 SENIOR HISTORY II. The changing world. ' A New Power Helps to Change the Towns ', by Philip Brown and Desmond Haw kins : electricity gives power for transport, industry, and the home
Falkman and his Apache Band
sung by the BBC Singers
Above all praise (Mendelssohn) Confession and Absolution The Lord's Praver Psalms 24 and 47. First Lesson : Daniel 7, vv. 9-10, 13-14 Magnificat (Alcock. in B flat) Second Lesson : Hebrews 1 .
Nunc dimittis (Alcock, in B flat) Creed and Collects
Hallelujah ! unto God's almighty Son
The Lord ascendeth up on htgh
Precentor, Rev. S. G. B. Exham Organist, G. Thalben-Ball
Rev. S. G. B.
with Inga Andersen , Eric Christmas , the Loew Brothers, and Reginald Williams and his ' Futurists '. From the Pump Room, Bath
(Studio Service in/Welsh) Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r LLyfr Bob Bore o Newydd
5.20 Songs by the Three Semis, and a Derbyshire story by Olive Dehn : ' The Criminal Stupidity of the Coker-nut Man at Castleton Fair '
5.50 Piccaninny songs, sung to the guitar by Josh White and Alan Lomax.
National and Regional announcements
A talk about the man and his work by Frank O'Connor , with a recording of James Joyce reading from 'Anna Livia Plurabelle '
' Hay-Making ', by J. G. Stewart
' The Milk-Testing Scheme ' : short talk by Professor H. -D. Kay , Director of the National Institute for Research in Dairying
BBC Northern Orchestra. The Sale and District Musical Society (musical director, Alfred Hig son). Joan Taylor (soprano). Kathleen Ferrier (contralto). Laurence Holmes (baritone). Peter Pears (tenor). Conducted by Julius Harrison
' Negley Farson Goes Hunting '
A celebrated journalist. and novelist tells of his experience in Equatorial Africa. Programme introduced by Norman Wooland. Script by Leslie Baily. Produced by Eric Fawcett
with Horace Percival , Fred Yule , Dorothy Summers , Sydney Keith , Dino Galvani , Bill Stephens , Diana Morrison , Jean Capra ; singer, Maria Perilli. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Script and lyrics by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley
(Third series). Weekly half-hour of mystery and suspense. Written by John Dickson Carr, and produced by Martyn C. Webster.
Rev. John G. Williams , of the BBC Religious Broadcasting Department
Rev. John G.
An appreciation of Rupert Brooke, written by Sir Edward Marsh, with poems spoken by Cathleen Nesbitt and David King-Wood.
Violin Sonata played by Robert Masters (violin) and Leonard Cassini (piano)
and his Rumbalero Orchestra (by arrangement with Jack Payne )