by Kathleen Cooper
and a short summary of the day's programmes
Conducted by Guy Warrack
Directed by Jack Hardy
(Little orchestrations by Jack Hardy )
Conductor, Fred Mortimer
„ Herold, arr. Rimmer
from page 45 of ' New Every Morning'
Alan Paul and Ivor Dennis
Melodies for all moods on two pianos
11.0 Singing Together: Herbert Wiseman
11.25 World History (Ages 9-12)
' Finn comes to Tara '
A dramatic interlude about ancient Ireland, by Rhoda Power
11.45 Senior English (Ages 11-15)
Book Talk—' The Flight of the Heron', by D. K. Broster
L. A. G. Strong
Conducted by Eric Fogg
by the Sylvestre Trio
(From Hilversum, by courtesy of the Algemeene Vereeniging Radio
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
2.0 Science and Gardening (Ages 11-15)
' The Soil and Humus '
B. A. Keen, F.R.S.
2.20 Music and Movement for Juniors (Ages 7-9)
2.45 Action Stories and Poems for Under-Nines
Joseph Slater (flute) (by permission of Lieut.-Col. J. P. LI. Mostyn, commanding 11th. Bn. Queen's Royal Regiment); Samuel Kutcher
(violin) ; Leonard Rubens (viola) ; Marie Korchinska (harp)
Old friends once again, including
Lorna Stuart , Brian Lawrance , Jack Train , Eddie Pola and Phyllis
Robins, Dick Bentley and George Moon , and the Revue Orchestra, leader
Boris Pecker , conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
The programme presented by Bill MacLurg
5.0 An appeal on behalf of Children's Hospitals will be made by Mac
All contributions should be sent to Mac, [address removed]
5.15 The Zoo Man
A new serial play by Francis Durbridge
Episode 3-' Instructions for a Murder' Production by Martyn C. Webster
'Steve', his wife:
Dr Ludwig Steiner Leo:
Sir Graham Forbes of Scotland Yard:
Laurence van Draper:
Leon Goossens (oboe), and Jean Pougnet (violin), David Wise (violin),
Frederick Riddle (viola), Anthony Pini (cello), Victor Watson (double bass)
Eric Newton and Herbert Hodge
This is the first of twelve talks in which, week by week, aspects of art will be examined under the eye of Eric Newton by leading exponents of the various branches of art. The series was already announced and in active preparation when war broke out, but was inevitably postponed during the first period of re-arrangement
No one is better fitted to represent the viewpoint on art of the man in the street than Herbert Hodge , who muses upon life, books, pictures and the passer-by from his seat on the cab rank puts his thoughts into books and expresses them so well at the microphone.
Today he will take part in a discussion with Newton.
In the next three broadcasts Newton, whose many previous talks on art topks will be remembered, will talk about artists in general.
During the New Year he will be at the microphone for discussion with a wide selection of people from the art world. ,
An excellently illustrated pamphlet with which the broadcasts can be followed is obtainable from the BBC or from booksellers, price one shilling (post free).
Presented by Harry S. Pepper and Ronald Waldman
'Inspector Hornleigh Investigates'
(No. 1-3rd series) by H. W. Priwin with S. J. Warmington as Inspector Hornleigh
' The Services Sing'
Music from the men and women in uniform
Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon
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Suzette Tarri as ' Our Ada'
The first of a new series by Robert Rutherford and Ronald Waldman
' Youth Takes a Bow' presented by Jack Hylton and compered by Bryan Michie
Singing commeres, the Three Chimes
The BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
' What Are We Fighting For ? '
The Rt. Hon. Herbert Morrison , M.P.
Members of the Opposition parties to have broadcast their views on the war have been the Right. Hon. Arthur Greenwood and Sir Archibald Sinclair , and the Rt. Hon. C. G. Attlee has spoken on the peace aims of the Labour party. Tonight it is the turn of the Rt. Hon. Herbert Stanley Morrison. He will broadcast not as Leader of the London County Council, the office with which he is nowadays most prominently associated in the public eye, but as a leading member of His Majesty's Opposition.
Rt. Hon. Herbert
Rt. Hon. C. G.
(Section B), leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
' Steel-Song ' by Jack Jones and T. Rowland Hughes
The production by T. Rowland Hughes
In ' Home Fires Burning', a recent programme in this series, the authors collaborated in presenting radio pictures of life in a Welsh mining community. They have lately spent much time among steel-workers in South Wales, and their impressions of work and of people under the shadow of the great stacks has formed the material for this feature programme.
with Edward Cooper , songs at the piano ; Jean Colin , the stage and screen star ; Warden and West, the two dames-Fanny and Biddy ; Issy Bonn, the Hebrew raconteur ; and the Revue Orchestra (leader, Boris Pecker ), conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont