sung by Winifred White (contralto)
Morning physical exercises for women
American Negro Close-Harmony Quartet on gramophone records
with Anne Lenner
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
presented by Frank Stewart
from page 33 of New Every Morning'
A programme of gramophone records presented by Alan Keith
at the organ of the Granada, Welling, Kent
Quintet in F minor, Op. 34, for pianoforte and string quartet
1 Allegro non troppo. 2 Andante un poco adagio. 3 Scherzo: Allegro
4 Finale played by the Hirsch String Quartet-Leonard Hirsch (violin), Henry Ball (violin), James Verity (viola), Kathleen Moorhouse (violoncello), and Frank Merrick (pianoforte)
A programme for the fans, with the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
A short story written for broadcasting by H. T. Hopkinson , and read by the author
Conductor, David Aspinall
In recent broadcast talks the Minister of Agriculture has encouraged bee-keepers to carry on through these difficult days as their work is of great importance to our home Food Front. Not only do bees mean honey, but through pollination they mean an increase in the production of fruit, field crops, and vegetables. With this in mind, that enthusiastic bee-keeper and broadcaster Reginald Gamble will give a few practical hints for the coming active season.
Secretary of State for Air at the Colston Hall, Bristol
Leon Cortez and his Coster Pals with Doreen Harris , Sydney Shaw , and- Guests
Stoke City v. Everton
A commentary during the second half of the Regional League competition match, by Tom Cragg , from the Victoria Ground,
' ' Out with Romany'
Adventures among Birds and Animals
Broadcast in Welsh on 261.1 m. 5.15-5.30
by Major J. T. Gorman
A programme with the BBC Military Band, conductor
P. S. G. O'Donnell . Narrator, Stuart Hibberd
Major J. T.
P. S. G.
A recorded story of what has been happening at the Western Front.
Recorded in France by the BBC News Observers
Questions which are puzzling listeners in these difficult times are discussed each fortnight in this series of talks. Today's speaker is
Miles Davies , who will talk especially about the problems of youth
(Section A) leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
The first of a fortnightly series in which listeners will hear extracts from current plays both in London and. in the provinces
The last act of Bernard Shaw 's new play,
'In Good King Charles's Golden Days'. which was produced at last year's Malvern Festival, and will open a tour of the provinces at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on' Monday, February 12, prior to London production. Presented by Roy Limbert in association with Emile Littler
With Ernest Thesiger as King Charles and Irene Vanbrugh as Queen Catherine
The programme will be introduced by Ivor Brown
Produced in the theatre by Roy Limbert and for broadcasting by Bruce Beifrage
Devised by Charles Shadwell and Harry S. Pepper
Famous artists have promised to appear (engagements permitting) at the Garrison Theatre tonight to entertain the troops
Jack (' Tiny') Warner will be there
Garrison Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Lieut. Charles Shadwell (late
West Yorkshire Regiment)
Produced by Harry S. Pepper
by Raymond Gram Swing
' England Dances'
The story, in music, of the Dance from mediaeval to modern times
Devised by Leslie Baily and arranged by Mark H. Lubbock and George Lestrange with the collaboration of Desmond Davis
Orchestrations by George Walter and Bob Busby
Narration written by Ashley Steme and A. A. Thomson with the Three Radio Graces, the BBC Theatre Chorus (trained by Charles Groves ), the BBC Theatre Orchestra (leader, Tate Gilder ), conductor, Stanford Robinson
Compere, Leslie Mitchell (by permission of British Movietonews)
Angus Morrison started to play the piano at the age of four, and from the age of nine studied under Harold Samuel. He won an open scholarship to the Royal College of Music, where for the last ten years he has been a teacher on the staff. He is a member of the Pougnet-Morrison-Pini Trio, formed about three or four years ago and well known on the air.
A reading from Edward Lear by Lionel Gamlin
Born in London, of Danish descent, Edward Lear began his career as a draughtsman. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and was an intrepid traveller, but it is as a humorist that he made his name. H's many ' nonsense' verses deserve to be better known to the present generation. His ' The Owl and the Pussy-Cat' is an admirable example of his work.