Morning physical exercises for men
A black-faced gramophone entertainment
Conducted by Gideon Fagan
from page 25 of ' New Every Morning'
Leader, Aldo Spiero from the Hotel Victoria, London
11.0 Music and Movement for Juniors (Ages 7-9)
11.20 Current Affairs (Ages 13 and over):
' The War at Sea '—' Bartimeus'
11.40 For Home Listening (Ages 9-12):
' Mr. Cobbett and the Indians', written by E. Arnot Robertson in collaboration with Hannah Berry and Rosalind Eccott
' The Hunt'
See ' Mr. Cobbett Corner ' on page 10
Leader, Harry Lipman
Conductor, Herbert Lodge from the Pier Pavilion, Worthing
at the organ of the Plaza Theatre, Birkenhead
Recordings by Marian Anderson and Paul Robeson
(by permission of J. T. McCormac , Chief Constable of Southampton)
Conductor, A. H. Muddiman
2.0 Music-Making (Ages 9-15): ' Can you sing in tune ? '
Sir Walford Davies
2.20 Biology (Ages 11-15): 'Fresh Air'-R. C. Garry , D.So.
2.40 Junior English (Ages 9-12)
A Poetry Programme
with Mary Lee and Miff Ferrie 's Jakdauz
Harold Smart at the organ
Presented by Prince Littler, from the Prince's Theatre, Manchester
Cast: Cinderella-Nancy Burne ; Prince Charming-Norah Chapman ; Dandini-Pat Kirkwood ; Baron Stonybroke-Johnny Kavanagh ; Buttons, the Baron's page-Duggie Wakefield ; Julie and Myrtle, the ugly sisters--Ken Douglas and Freddie Foss , Jake and Sydney, brokers' men-Leslie Barker and Will Russell ; Fairy-Rita Stirling ; Father
Time-Tom Squire ; Bromo—George Hayes
Specialities by Terry's Juveniles
The Prince's Theatre Orchestra, under the direction of James Kershaw
Adapted from Rudyard Kipling 's ' Just-So' stories and produced by Maurice Brown ' s
Cast of ' How the Leopard got his Spots'
Cast of ' The Crab that played with the Sea'
Banbury (by Permission Of O'Bryen, Linnit, And Dunfee)
' String Tails ' by Dorothy Cooper
A play for the little ones about a Sugar Pig and a Chocolate Cream Mouse, whose tails get mixed up
F.H. Grisewood brings to the microphone people in the news; people talking about the news, and interesting visitors to Britain
A Programme of English Songs
followed at not earlier than 7.10 by Scottish and Northern Ireland
Jump on the waggon and join in rural rhythm-mountain music-rustic romance with AI Harvey as Abner, Bob Harvey as Matt Tomkins , George Moon as Half-Pint, Dick Bentley as Silver, Joan Miller as Lucy, Cecilia Eddy as Milly, Ike Hatch as Lavender ; and the Hayriders' Band and Chorus, conducted by Billy Ternent
Devised by Harry S. Pepper. Dialogue by Max Kester
Produced by Harry S. Pepper and Gordon Crier
A Concert from the Pavilion. Part 2
Jelly d'Aranyi (violin)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra (leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult s God Save the King
Jelly d'Aranyi and Orchestra
Brahms's Symphony No. 3, in F is the shortest, most concentrated. and perhaps the most romantic of his four symphonies. One of the most interesting features of the work is the use of a ' motto ' theme consisting of the notes F-A flat-F, which is heard at the outset on woodwind, horns, and trumpets.
Not only does this theme (' motif' would be a more explicit description of it) dominate the first movement, but it is introduced with significant effect in the slow movement and again in the finale, the dramatic character of which Joachim compared to the story of Hero and Leander.
The motto theme is supposed to represent ' Frei aber froh ' (free but happy) which was Brahms's motto in contradistinction to ' Frei aber einsam ' (free but lonely)-his friend Joachim's motto before he was married.
An excerpt from 'The Gate Revue'
by Diana Morgan, Robert MacDermot, and other authors. Music by Geoffrey Wright
The cast includes: Hermione Gingold, Walter Crisham, Joan Swinstead, Nicholas Phipps, Roberta Huby, May Young, David Evans, Derek Farr, Charles Hickman
At the pianos, Charles Zwar and Ruby Duncan. Drums, Ted Arundel
Produced by Norman Marshall
From the Ambassadors Theatre, London
played by Marguerite Long , Jacques Thibaud , Maurice Vieux ,
(From Paris, by courtesy of Service de la Radiodiffusion)
' Chanteys and Sea Songs' arranged for soloists, chorus, and orchestra by Howard Carr with Haydn Adams , Watcyn Watcyns , and the BBC Theatre Chorus (trained by Charles Groves ), the BBC Theatre Orchestra (leader,
Tate Gilder ), conductor, Stanford Robinson
or ' The Pathetic Ambition of the Stationary Traveller'
An experiment in three-dimensional radio drama by Charles N. Spencer , conducted by Lance Sieveking
Cast and the author speaking the narrative
The Stationary Traveller, a clerk in a travel agency:
The clerks idea of a 'Professor':
The clerk's idea of a 'Man of the World':
The Captain of the Ship: