Exercises for men and women
This Week's Composer
Gramophone records of movements from his violin sonatas
Freddy Grisewood speaking
and his Mandoliers, with Ivor Adams and Jean Askew
The Phantom Caravan - Ralston
Spazzacamino (Chimney-Sweep) - Rusconi
When you're away - Victor Herbert
The Boulevardier - Frederic Curzon
White Flower of the Island - Abrahams
Torna a Sorriento (Come back to Sorrento) - de Curtis
Seflra - Siede
Un soir a Madrid - Maciocchi
Barcarolle (Tales of Hoffmann) - Offenbach
Milena - Maciocchi
sung by the English Singers Quartet
from page 9 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 54 of ' Each Returning Day.' Lord of all being: Psalm 93; St. Luke 24, vv. 1-12; Lord of all hopefulness
WHILE YOU WORK
Scottish Variety Orchestra: conductor, Kemlo Stephen.
RHYTHM AND MRLODY. BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins. Violet Carson (soprano). Programme introduced by Doris Gould , Lecturer in Music, Southlands Training College. Orchestral accompaniments composed by Gerrard Williams
The Billy Goat: Master Smith (Russian folk songs)
Hunchbacky Man (Chinese folk song)
The Barnyard Song; Turn the Glasses over (American 'traditional songs).
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Recent Developments in the Americas: ' The Forests and Grasslands of the Far South (S. Chile and Patagonia) '
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES: The Weakling Flea,' by Diana Ross , adapted for broadcasting: and a sequel written by some children who listened when it was first broadcast in January, 1943
Famous double acts, on records
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers. from a factory in Britain.
Conductor, Gregor Grant '
Topical magazine programme
NATURE STUDY: 'School Pets,' by Scott Kennedy
2.15 i YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh schools). Hanes Cymru: cyfres i blant tua 12 oed. 11-'Masnach': Ceisir rhoi darlun yn y wers hon o dyflant dinas Caerdydd yn ystod y ganrif ddlwethaf i ddangos y newid mawr a ddaeth dros fywyd Cymru v pryd hynny. Gan David Williams
2.35 SENIOR HISTORY II. The changing world. 'Save the Child,' by E. Fuller. Eglantyne Jebb works to save the child victims of the last war and gets the ' Children's Charter' signed up in Geneva
Cello Concerto in B minor, plaved bv Pau Casals with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Georg Szell. (Gramophone records)
'The Leprechaun's Hat': a Mr. Mangan story, written and read by L. A. G. Strong. (Previously broadcast on June 11, 1944)
L. A. G.
From the Winter Gardens. Droitwich Spa. With Robert Easton , Janet Brown , and dance music played by Vernon Adcock and his Aristocrats. Produced by Jacques Brown
Band of the Welsh Guards: conductor, Captain T. S. Chandler , Director of Music, Welsh Guards
Captain T. S.
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddïau o'r Ilyfr Bob Bore o' Newydd'
'The Black Arrow': story of the Wars of the Roses by Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by David Close -Thomas. Produced by Nan Macdonald. Part 1: '.John Amend-All'
The annual assembly whereat new laws are promulgated in conformity with the ancient custom of the Isle of Man. The ceremony preceded by Divine Service from the Church of St. John, Tynwald Hill. (BBC recording), (Picture on page 3)
(by permission of the A.O.C.) under the direction of Sgt. Paul Fenoulhet
Conducted by Clarence Raybould. Irene Kohler (piano)
1-' The Months of Defeat'
Written by Merrill Denison and produced by Roy Lockwood , with music specially composed and conducted by Alexander Semmler
Excerpt from the ' Big Summer Show ' from Her Majesty's Theatre, Carlisle
by Alistair Cooke
Laurence Olivier , Sybil Thorhdike , and Esmond Knight in Shakespeare's two chronicle-plays arranged for broadcasting in eight episodes by Robert Gittings. Music composed and conducted by Herbert Menges. Produced by John Burrell
Sir Pierce of Exton, the Chronicler:
featuring Jeanne de Casalis , Radcliffe and Ray. and Jack Barker and his Band, with Barry Seymour. The programme is introduced by Richard North , produced by Hamilton Ken nedy, and comes from the Court Royal Hotel, Southampton
and his Band, with Diane, Rita Williams , and Denny Dennis