and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Recorded excerpts from
Liza Lehmann 's song cycle
Lisa Perli (soprano), Muriel Bruns kill (contralto), Hubert Eisdell (tenor),
Harold Williams (baritone)
Wake! for the sun who scattered into flight
Come, fill the cup
Harold Williams (baritone)
Myself when young
Morning physical exercises for women
played by Barbara Smyth
and summary of today's Home Service programmes
Recent recordings of popular hits
A talk by J. W. Emerson Merrett
J. W. Emerson
Leader, Laurence Turner Conductor, Gideon Fagan
from page 25 of 'New Every Morning'
Conductor, John Faulds
Margaret Godley , Margaret Rees , Doris Owens , Joyce Sutton , Bradbridge White , Martin Boddey ,
Stanley Riley , Samuel Dyson
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Nan Kenway and Douglas Young
The Three in Harmony
Billy Tement and his Orchestra
Presented by Reginald Smith
York Bowen and Harry Isaacs
Mrs. B...S. P. Abbey
In December last, Mrs. Abbey, of Roydon, Essex, owner of one of the premier herds of goats in England, and author of a useful text-book on goats, gave valuable advice in this broadcast series, which is planned to help the ' grow more food' campaign.
There are many good reasons for keeping goats, as she explained : they are easy to manage and milk ; they eat less and take up less room than cows ; and, most important of all, they are free of the restrictions of the Milk Marketing Board. You may sell the milk as you like.
Mrs. Abbey stressed the care goats need, discussed their housing and feeding, and compared different breeds. Today she will explore the subject further.
Records of music he composed during the last war
Presented by Basil Maine
at the organ of the Gaumont Theatre,
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Minister of Supply at the Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
on gramophone records
Efrem Zimbalist (violin)
by W. W. Jacobs
Episode 2: 'Watch-Dogs'
Adapted for radio and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Here is another yarn about the simple-hearted, as well as the not so simple-hearted, rustics of Claybury, one of a series that has always vied in popularity with the same author's stories of the Night Watchman.
Once again Bob Pretty uses his cunning to score off his neighbours. This time his artfulness is concentrated on the winning of a gold watch offered as a reward for kindness to animals.
The Oldest Inhabitant:
The landlord of the Cauliflower':
at the BBC Theatre Organ
On the trail (Grand Canyon suite)
Four tunes from 1940 films—We're all together now (Gulliver's Travels) (Robin and Rainger). Kiss me again (The Great Victor Herbert ) (Herbert). Turn on the old music-box (Pinocchio) (Harline). Over the rainbow (The Wizard of Oz) (Arlen)
Selection: Gershwin, King of Rhythm
ynghyd a gair am ' Yr Wythnos yng
Nghymru ', gan E. Morgan
(News and a news talk in Welsh)
Arabian Nights stories adapted for the radio by Muriel Levy , with music specially composed by Norman Fulton
No. 3-' Caliph for a day '
A recorded story of what has been happening on the Western Front
Recorded in France by the BBC
3-1 London Calls the world'
The story of how, in nineteen languages, and for twenty-four hours of the day a reliable news service and a statement of the British point of view are going out from London to every corner of the earth
With Hermione Hannen , Betty Hardy , Ivor Barnard , Valentine Dyall , Leo Genn , Howard Marion-Crawford , Charles Mason , Bryan Powley , Ivan Samson , Ronald Simpson ,
Ralph Truman , Alan Wheatley
The programme written and produced by Robert Kemp
For the seventh season and two hundred and fifth time we silence the roar of London and from its great crowds we bring to the microphone some of the interesting people who are
IN TOWN TONIGHT' introducing
Personalities from every walk of life in interviews with Lionel Gamlin and Joan Miller-the Picture Page Girl
Flashes from the News of the Week
Edited and produced by C. F. Meehan
Devised by Charles Shadwell and Harry S. Pepper
Georgie Wood and other famous artists have promised to appear
(engagements permitting) at the Garrison Theatre ' tonight to entertain the troops
Jack (' Blue-Pencil') Warner will be there
The Garrison Theatre Orchestra conducted by Lieut. Charles Shadwell
(late West Yorkshire Regiment)
Produced by Harry S. Pepper
Raymond Gram Swing
The songs of Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon with Nora Gruhn
The BBC Theatre Chorus (trained by Charles Groves)
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
The programme presented and conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
In this programme you are to hear songs from various Farjeon productions, including The Little Revue, Nine Sharp, An Elephant in Arcady, and The Two Bouquets.
Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon are brother and sister, members of a family that has given much to the arts. They have collaborated in works for both stage and radio, and are known both separately and together to readers of the RADIO TIMES, many of whom will remember the number of Masques which they have contributed to this journal.
Together the Farjeons have given much to the London theatre. Among their joint successes have been The Two Bouquets and An Elephant in Arcady. Herbert Farjeon has himself given London some of its wittiest revues-Nine Sharp and the two editions of the Little Revue. His sister has published a great number of children's verses.
from a Ceilidh to welcome overseas Clansmen now serving in Great
From the headquarters of the Royal
The scene described by Joseph Macleod
Sonata for cello and piano, in A minor, Op. 36 played by Antoni Sala (cello)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Grieg wrote only one sonata for cello and piano, and dedicated it to his deceased brother, whose thoughtful and passionate moods the music is intended to portray. It was written when Grieg was forty-two, and was published in 1885. It is a dramatic work in three movements, beautifully written for both instruments.