Morning physical exercises for men
Spanish guitarist and composer
Records of Andalusian and Gypsy dances
Arranged by A. P. Sharpe
and summary of the day's programmes
Leader, Laurance Turner Conductor, Gideon Fagan
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction, London
Over the music counter
Sonata in E flat, Op. 7
1 Allegro molto e con brio. 2 Largo con gran espressione. 3 Allegro. 4 Poco allegretto e grazioso played by William Busch
from page 85 of ' New Every Morning '
The well-known dance-band singer on gramophone records
Some questions answered
A woman surgeon
11.0 Music and movement for infants (Ages 5-7)
11.25 Senior English (Ages 13-15)
Rhyme and reason
' John Smith wants to be a writer '—1
L. A. G. Strong
This is the first of two broadcasts dealing with the practical difficulties that face John Smith , who has just left school, in his aspirations to be a writer. Today you will hear something about writing for newspapers.
11.40 Talks for sixth forms
(Ages 16 and over)
Questions of Empire
L. A. G.
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
A. P. McDougall
A programme of listeners' requests arranged and presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Sextet for pianoforte and strings,
1 Allegro maestoso. 2 Scherzo: Allegro vivace. 3 Nocturne: Lento ma non troppo. 4 Finale: Allegro risoluto played by Jean Pougnet (violin), David Wise (violin), Frederick Riddle (viola), Anthony Pini (violoncello), Victor Watson (double bass), and John Wills (pianoforte)
Lyapunov (1859-1924) was a pupil, first of Nicholas Rubinstein , then of Balakirev. He turned most of his attention to orchestral and piano music, but towards the end of his life he wrote the present Sextet for strings and piano. It is a very attractive work, particularly the romantic slow movement (Nocturne). The first and last movements have a certain Brahmsian flavour.
2.0 Travel talks (Ages 9-12)
Peoples of the Empire
'A boy emigrant to Australia Captain McDermott
2.20 Topical talks and feature programmes
' Cycling ', by Alex Josey
2.40 I ysgolion Cymru
(For Welsh schools)
Storiau a llenyddiaeth
' Ogof Arthur ' gan D. Gwynallt Evans
from the Church of the Immaculate
Conception, Farm Street, London
Order of Service
Address by the Rev. F. C. Devas ,
S.J., D.S.O., O.B.E.
Tantum ergo sacramentum Benediction Adoremus
Rev. F. C.
A Scots Variety entertainment from the North-East
Presented by Arthur Black with Grace Leslie , Curly McKay,
John Meams , John Morgan ,
James Morgan , Roland Smith
Produced by Howard M. Lockhart
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Ymddidden gan Y Parch.
(A talk in Welsh)
5.20 Nursery rhyme records
5.30 A new dialogue story for all ages
' The Railway Children ' adapted by Audrey Lucas from the book by E. Nesbitt
The Cavendish Three with The Boy Friends
from the Empire Theatre,
followed at not earlier than 7.10 by Scottish and Northern Ireland
The forty-eight preludes and fugues of Johann Sebastian Bach -7 played by Edward Isaacs (pianoforte)
Prelude and fugue in C sharp (Book 1) Prelude and fugue in F minor (Book 2) Prelude and fugue in D (Book 2)
Prelude and fugue in G minor (Book 1)
The next recital in this series will take place on Friday, March 8
The spiritual struggle in Germany
1-' The social and cultural background '
W. G. Moore , D.Litt., St. John's
An adventure in six parts
Story and dialogue by Frank Launder , Sidney Gilliat , John Watt , and Max Kester. Music by Kenneth Leslie -
Smith. Lyrics by Max Kester
Part 1-1 All Abroad!'
Cast in order of appearance
Tourists, waiters, etc.
Hugo Rignold and his Orchestra
Production by Vernon Harris
Here is the first instalment of a new serial thriller introducing those vague, cricket-loving Englishmen, Charters and Caldicott, who, created by Naunton Wayne and Basil Radford , delighted picturegoers in that breathless film The Lady Vanishes. That they are to broadcast in the parts they made so peculiarly their own on the screen is real good news for listeners.
Once again Charters and Caldicott are on a world tour, on their way back to England. In the Arabian Desert they are on their way to visit one of the lost cities, when thei' charabanc breaks down. They meet a Sheik's caravan. He turns out to have been at the same school with them, and they ride triumphantly to Baghdad on camels. By which you will see that there is colour and laughter here. But it is in a cabaret at Baghdad that all the trouble starts. They are mistaken for spies and handed plans of military importance cunningly hidden on a record.
See this week's Radio Miscellany for more news about this serial.
The head waiter:
This programme is arranged by Charles Gardiner and Robin Whit -worth. A number of men and women will come to the microphone to tell how their lives and work have been affected by the war, and how they are ' carrying on '.
A talk by ' Onlooker '
Remember that ' Onlooker ', whose weekly talks deal with all kinds of topics that the war has made of national and world importance, is anxious for the co-operation of listeners in the choice of subjects in his future talks.
Quis Separabit ? '
(The Irish Regiments) bv Maior T. T. Gorman
A programme with the BBC Military
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
Narrator, Stuart Hibberd
P. S. G.
A play for broadcasting adapted by Hugh Stewart from a short story by Michael Arlen
Characters-Ralph Trevor ; George Tarlyon ; Anthony Poole ; a policeman ; a taxi-driver ; a butler
Time : A late evening in the mid-nineteen-twenties
Production by Peter Creswell
Leader, Vera Kantrovitch
Conductor, Kathleen Riddick
Directed by Sydney Lipton with Chipps Chippendall ,
Eddy Briant , and Celia from Grosvenor House, London