Bessie Jones (soprano)
by Sheila Collins
The Hon. James Best
Since the outbreak of war Mr. Best has been busy helping in the training of land girls in Dorset. In this, his first broadcast in that time he will talk about this work and tell you how the young women of today are adapting themselves to various agricultural occupations.
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Conducted by Eric Fogg
from page 77 of ' New Every Morning' -
' One-Pot Dinners'
recorded by Beniamino Gigli (tenor)
11.0 Physical Training (Ages 9-12)
(for use in a classroom)
11.25 Tunior English (Ages 9-11)
Stories for Acting
'The Boy without a Name', by Isobel Edwards
A story based upon one incident in the tangled web of the Mabinogion tale ' Math, son of Mathonwv'
11.40 Talks for Fifth Forms (Ages 15 and overj
Science and the Community (planned by J. A. Lauwerys)
' The Steam Engine transforms Society '
A Patchwork Miscellany (including 'Twisted Tunes')
Devised by Eddie Pola with Phyllis Robins, Eddie Pola, Ronnie Hill, Jacques Brown, and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent.
some of the places he has visited-some of the people he has met-some of the stories he has heard-some of the adventures he has had Incidents in the life of an old Scots seafarer in America, China, Hawan,
Australia, and on the seven seas
With the recorded voice of Captain George Ritchie telling the story
Production by Alan Melville
by Harold Dawber from the College of Technology, Manchester
with Diana Morrison and Norman Whiteley
2.0 Living in the Country (Ages 9-15)
' All sorts of Houses'
Edith E. Macqueen
2.20 Preparatory Concert Lessons (Ages 9-15)
Trumpets and Drums-2
J. W. Horton
2.40 Senior English (Ages 11-15)
L. du Garde Peach
Conductor, William Pethers from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
A short story written for broadcasting by Leslie Halward and read by Godfrey Baseley
' Out with Romany'
Adventures among birds and animals
DOROTHEA ASPINALL (pianoforte)
Variety from the Alexandra Theatre , Hull
(from the novel by A. E. W. Mason)
A dramatic chronicle for broadcasting in twelve parts, written and produced by Peter Creswell
Part 10—' Oom Lagar-the House of Stone ' and Lieutenant Sutch, R.N. (ret.) who tells the story Cecil Trouncer
Also several other voices, etc.
A French doctor:
by Thelma Reiss (violoncello) and John Hunt (pianoforte)
Tommy Handley assisted by Vera Lennox, Jack Train, Maurice Denham, Vernon Harris, Sam Costa, the Cavendish Three, and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
The show written by Ted Kavanagh and presented by Francis Worsley
Hogsnorton in Arms
Mr. Gillie Potter will recount the details of Hogsnorton's resistance, from facts given in a number of highly seasoned and censored letters which
Lord Marshmallow has sent from that beleaguered borough
' Entertaining the Troops '
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Directed by Sydney Lipton with Ivor Davis and Celia from Grosvenor House, London