and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of Louis Levy and his Orchestra
Exercises for younger men (7.30) and older women (7.40)
and summary of today's Home Service programmes
A talk about what to eat and where to get it
Gramophone records of the tunes we whistled and sang a year or two ago
Doris Gambell (soprano) and Haydn Rogerson (cello)
King Arthur's sleep ; and March of the winds (The Little Folk); One morning in the flower garden; and Peace (Songs of Love and Life)
The Devon maid ; The dove ; and Laughing song
with Hector Hall (tenor)
on gramophone records
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty
from p. 117 of ' New Every Morning ' and p: 62 of ' Each Returning Day'
at the theatre organ
A selection of. popular tunes
The Annual Assembly whereat new laws are promulgated in conformity with the ancient custom of the Isle of Man preceded by Divine Service
Order of Service
AH people that on earth do dwell
(A. and M. 166)
Versicles and Responses Psalm xv
Lesson: I Peter ii, 13-18 Te Deum
Creed and Collects
0 God our help in ages past (A. and M. 165)
The proceedings described by J. H. L. Cowin
J. H. L.
Talks for sixth forms
* Sir Stamford Raffles and Singapore'
Professor Reginald Coupland , Beit Professor of Colonial History in the University of Oxford
with Anne Lenner
Piano duets played by Mary Peppin and Geraldine Peppin
Fantasia in F minor (K.608) Sonata in C (K.521)
Raymond Glendenning introduces songs, scenes, and stories of the ' show business ' in wartime with Peter Yorke and his Concert Orchestra in an excerpt from the new revue
' New Faces '
Travel talk: 'The French Empire' '
(For Welsh schools)
Y Felin Ryfedd. Trefnwyd gan
listen to The BBC Orchestra (Section A)
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
from a priory
Address by the Very Rev. A. Maguire ,
Very Rev. A.
A programme of bits and pieces with Helen Clare , Pat Rignold , Helen Ray mond, Clarence Wright , Hugh Morton , the Cavendish Three, the Dance Orchestra, conducted by 'Billy Ternent
Presented by Gordon Crier
Poems by W. H. Davies and Walter de la Mare set to music
William Parsons made his first Public appearance in his native town of Bristol as ' the boy baritone '. After some years of commercial life, he obtained an audition with Sir Thomas Beecham , who advised him to study, and later he obtained an open scholarship at the Royal College of Music.
Ymddiddan gan W. LI. Davies
(A talk in Welsh)
5.20 Story and songs
Mac will tell the story of ' Sam Pig and the Dragon', the second of Alison Uttley 's ' More Tales of the Four Pigs and Brock the Badger'
The Shoscombe Children's Choir will sing some Somersetshire country songs
A national magazine dealing with some of the things that are being thought, said, and done all over
Introduced by Peter Fettes
National and Regional, followed, at not earlier than 7.20, by Scottish and Northern Ireland
A Break for Barker
An inexpensive production in thi basement of the BBC to exploit thi genius of Eric Barker assisted by Eric Woodburn , Wend; Kaye, Eileen Vaughan , the Revu< Chorus, and the Revue Orchestra conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Under the distinguished patronage of Burgomaster Bridgmont
'This fortress, built by Nature for herself
Against infection and the hand of war'
Produced by Val Gielgud
A talk on subjects of the moment
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Thomas Matthews
Conducted by Malcolm Sargent
Walter Lear (saxophone)
and his Band with Beryl Davis , Diane, Garry Gowan , and Eddie Palmer and his Novachord
Compere, Harry Davis
A short story written for broadcasting by J. Jefferson Farjeon , read by Philip Cunningham