on gramophone records
The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Constant Lambert
Conducted by Walter Goehr
The London Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham ,
Morning physical exercises for women
and summary of the day's programmes
Conductor, W. C. Crozier
Mary Ferrier (soprano)
Leader, Jean Pougnet
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
from page 37 of ' New Every
(impressionist) in selections from her repertoire
' Winter salads'
11.0 Physical training (Ages 9-12)
(for use in halls)
11.25 Junior English (Ages 9-12)
Games with words arranged by Douglas R. Allan
11.40 Science and the community
(Ages 15 and over)
' The beginnings of radio-James Clerk-Maxwell and Heinrich Hertz ' written by J. A. Lauwerys
The songs we sang, the tunes we danced to, the shows "we saw
Brought back to us with gramophone records by Lionel Gamlin
An anthology in praise of trees
Compiled by Jonquil Antony from the works of John Strachey ; Ralph Austen ; James Elroy Flecker ; Thomas Miller ; George Howard ; Thomas Treherne ; J. C. Squire; John Davidson ; A. E. Housman ; John Keats ; Mary Russell Mitford ; Harold Monro ; with an extract from
Those taking part are: Thea Holme , Hermione Hannen , Valentine Dyall ,
Laidman Browne , Alan Wheatley
Production by M. H. Allen
String Quintet in E flat, Op. 97
1 Allegro non tanto. 2 Allegro vivo. 3 Larghetto. 4 Finale : Allegro giusto played by the Shadwick String Quartet-Joseph Shadwick (violin), James Soutter (violin), Eileen Grainger (viola), Fred Alexander (violoncello), and John Yewe Dyer
George C. Nash
2.0 For rural schools (Ages 9-15)
' The river--going fishing '
2.20 For under-sevens:
Let's join in! with Jean Sutcliffe and Ann Driver
2.35 Senior English (Ages 11-15)
' Play-writing '—2
1 Good writing '
L. du Garde Peach
by John Davies
A short story written by L. A. G. Strong and read by the author
L. A. G. Strong , besides being a distinguished poet and novelist, is an experienced and popular broadcaster. He has given many talks to schools as well as literary talks in the evening programmes, but is never happier before the microphone than when his sympathetic voice is lending expression to his own excellent short stories.
L. A. G.
L. A. G.
Walford Hyden and his Café Colette Orchestra in a programme of dance music from the Continent and other parts of the world with Cleo Nordi
The part of the chef d'orchestre is played by Dimitri Vetter
Produced by C. F. Meehan
(The Children's Hour in Welsh)
Cor Plant Nantyffyllon (Arweinydd,
D. C. Watkins ) ac Esme Lewis (soprano)
(Children's choir and artist)
' Aboard the Bulger '
A story by Ann Scott Moncrieff
Part 7-' Edgar becomes storekeeper '
Told by James McKechnie
Last week you heard how the children met that amusing personage the MacGolloch, half shopkeeper, half chieftain. In this instalment you will hear how he and Edgar formed a friendship which had important results.
Folk songs and community singing with the John MacArthur Trio
Presented by Kathleen
A weekly talk from France
Robert de Saint-Jean
(In collaboration with Radiodiffusion
Nationale de France)
This is the second of a new series of talks in English from Paris. The broadcasts aim to show the British listener how France is tackling the war, and what conditions are like in that country, on both the Home and Active Service Fronts. Robert de Saint-Jean , who is giving the first four talks, was from 1935 to 1937 London correspondent of the Paris Soir, and has lectured in England on the French Alliance.
A search for talent at an R.A.F. camp ' somewhere in the South of England'
Conducted by Charlie Garner
6—'Round the Piano '
' With your own instruments'
Sir Walford Davies
This talk is the sixth in the series ' Music - Makers' Half - Hour ', and is virtually a continuation of the talk which Sir Walford Davies gave on January 7 in the ' Making Your Own Music' series.
Sir Walford intends to develop further what he had to say previously about ' line-drawing ' in music and the conversational style that is to be found in the chamber music of composers from Handel to Beethoven.
in a shortened version of the play by J. M. Barrie
Production by Barbara Burnham
The play covers a period of over thirty years. It opens in a small manor house in Sussex, passes to an island in the Hebrides, and back to the house again.
Rev George Amy:
A comedy with music in a Hawaiian setting
Dialogue by Joe Hayman
Lyrics and music by Peter Bernard
Episode 2 : ' The Red Hat at Iliwea '
Peter Bernard Joe Hayman
The Cavendish Three
The Dance Orchestra conducted by Billy Ternent
Production by Roy Speer
' Some tricks of the trade'
W. A. Sinclair
A selection of Elgar's music for the children's play by Algernon Black -wood
Henry Cummings (baritone)
Doris Gambell (soprano)
The BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Laurance Turner
The programme arranged and conducted by Joseph Lewis
A short service of prayer
Produced by Hedley Briggs , with book and lyrics by Herbert Farjeon , and music by Walter Leigh
The cast includes : Hermione Baddeley, Edward Cooper , Joyce Gren fell, George Benson , Betty Ann Davies, Bernard Miles , Gordon Little , Ronald Waters , Eric Anderson ,
At the pianos, John Pritchett and Ronnie Aldrich. At the drums,
From the Little Theatre, London
A programme of restful melody arranged and presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
The BBC Theatre Chorus
(trained by Charles Groves ) and The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
This programme of soft and gentle music ends tonight with the ' Departure of the merchants for Samarkand', the closing scene of James Elroy Flecker 's ' Hassan ' with Delius's music. The lines are spoken by members of the BBC Repertory Company, produced by Desmond Davis.