and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
with Ruth Etting
Records of America's star of the stage, screen, and air
Morning physical exercises for women
and summary of today's Home
Doris Cowen (contralto)
Jack Salisbury (violin)
Pierre Palla (organ)
Rinus van Zelm (clarinet and saxophone)
(By courtesy of Algemeine Vereniging Radio Omroep, Amsterdam)
from page 73 of ' New Every Morning '
Records of the Lecuona Cuban Boys
' Ways of preserving eggs '
Mrs. S. A. Pennell
Mrs. S. A.
Conductor, Harold Moss
Science and the Future
(Ages 15 and over)
J. D. Bernal , Professor of Physics at the University of London
Fifteen minutes of Variety with Dorothy Summers (comedienne) and Jack Hill (piano)
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Overture: Die Fledermaus - Johann Strauss
Symphony No. 82, in C (The Bear) 1 Vivace assai. 2 Allegretto. 3 Minuetto: Un poco allegretto. 4 Finale: Vivace assai - Haydn
Waltz: The blue Danube - Johann Strauss
Some records of the well-known American trombone player and blues singer
Presented by Leslie Perowne
at the organ of the Paramount Theatre, Tottenham Court Road,
Sonata for cello and piano, in G minor, Op. 19 played by Norina Semino (cello)
John Pauer (piano)
Among Rachmaninoff's few works for chamber music this sonata occupies a prominent place. It was composed in 1901 and is thus contemporary with the Second Piano Concerto, perhaps his most popular composition, with which thematically it has much in common. It is in four movements.
A Northern Notebook
Today James R. Gregson is bringing to the microphone a number of young people who will speak about the changes and problems the war has brought to them
from Bristol Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms xlvii, xlviii First Lesson
Magnificat (Charles Wood in F) Second Lesson
Nunc dimittis (Charles Wood in F) Responses
Anthem: The Lord is my shepherd
A lightning programme of contrasts - No. 7. Devised and written by Ernest Longstaffe and introduced by Betty Huntley-Wright with Sidney Burchall (baritone)
Joe Murgatroyd , a lad fra' Yorkshire
Beryl Reid , in impressions
The BBC Revue Orchestra
The show produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
sung by The Looe Fishermen's Choir
Conductor, Harold Mutton
From Plymouth and The Felix Raugel Choir Conductor, Felix Raugel
(In collaboration with Radiodiffusion Nationale Francaise)
(The Children's Hour)
Twm Sion Cati
gan Rhys Dafys-Williams
Y Burned Ddrma: Twm ac
' Redgauntlet '
A serial play, made from Sir Walter Scott 's novel by Donald and Catherine
Part 6-'Adventure's End '
(Elsie and Doris Waters) in a new series entitled
' Feed the Brute'
This inimitable pair need little introduction to most listeners. Sisters of Jack Warner , Elsie and Doris Waters have been delighting their listeners for years. Indeed, ' Gert and Daisy' must rank among the best-loved figures in radio.
This evening they are giving the first of a series of five-minute broadcasts on, for them, an unusual topic -food. Listeners to this series will not only be able to laugh at and with Gert and Daisy in their arguments, but will also gain no little useful information on how to make the best of wartime food conditions.
The broadcasts will be every evening at the same time, with the exception of Sundays.
posts that mention
The Rt. Hon. the Earl de la Warr, President of the Board of Education
Presented by Bill MacLurg
A weekly programme introducing famous detectives of fact and fiction
1-' Barton of the Yard ' presenting
Ex-Detective-Inspector Jack Henry late of New Scotland Yard in ' the Red Bandit'
Written by Jack Henry and Patrick K. Heale
2-' Who broke the law ? ' by Charles Hatton
A new series showing how easy it is for the man-in-the-street to break the law quite unknowingly
Listen carefully and see if you can discover the way in which the law is broken
3-' A Case for Sexton Blake '
Episode 5-' Prelude to murder '
Written for broadcasting by Francis Durbridge on a story by Edward Holmes
Production by Bill MacLurg
played by Cyril Smith
Liszt's only sonata was completed on February 2, 1853, and was dedicated to Schumann in acknowledgment of the dedication of the latter's great Fantasia, Op. 17. In every way the sonata was an epoch-making work. It is undoubtedly one of Liszt's greatest compositions, and on every page of it there is evidence of the immense imagination that went to its making. The sonata is played without a break.
Becky Sharp begins to make friends
An adaptation for broadcasting by Audrey Lucas of the novel by W. M. Thackeray with Pamela Stanley as Becky Sharp and D. A. Clarke-Smith as Rawdon Crawley
Produced by Moray McLaren
' In tune with you '
Melodies for all moods on two pianos
(Or ' How to speak with a gag in your mouth with Haver and Lee as the ' Men-at-Work '
Jacques Brown as Nikolus Ridikulos
Doris Nichols as Mrs. Ponsonby
Virginia Dawn as the switchboard girl
The Bell Hops
The Hotel Mimoar Dance Orchestra batoned down by Billy Ternent
The scene is the super-super Hotel Mimoar, sole prop. Mrs. Ponsonby
(Plain cooking by plainer cooks)
You can blame Max Kester for anything that happens
(Any resemblance to any persons living or dead will be a miracle)
G. R. Powles from New Zealand
An account of the life and work of America's famous composer of romantic music
Written and presented by Roy Speer
Narrator, James Dyrenforth
The BBC Revue Chorus and the Augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
It has been said of Victor Herbert that had he been provided with the counterpart of W. S. Gilbert , he might well have produced an American Gilbert-and- Sullivan tradition.
As it was, he could produce a flow of music to suit almost any occasion, and his numerous operettas bear ample testimony to this genius. Many listeners will have seen the recent film based on his music, The Great Victor Herbert.
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan
Thelma Reiss (cello)
(Soloist, Thelma Reiss )
Dvorak's Cello Concerto, in three movements, was written in the early 'nineties, soon after his return from America, and belongs to the period of the ' New World ' Symphony and the ' Nigger ' Quartet. But there is practically no trace of Negro colouring in the concerto.
As in the ' New World' Symphony, a motto theme dominates the whole work. Here the motto theme is the first tune of the first movement ; it is heard on the clarinets and bassoons, and crops up frequently in this and the succeeding movements.