and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
A weekly ration of records made by America's Crooner Number One
Exercises for younger women
and summary of today's Home Service programmes
A talk about what to eat and where to get it, by Mrs. F. M. Ingillson
Mrs. F. M.
The latest dance music from
New York on records
Recital by the BBC Singers (A)
Margaret Godley , Margaret Rees , Doris Owens , Joyce Sutton , Brad-bridge White, Martin Boddey ,
Stanley Riley , Samuel Dyson
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Six Elizabethan Pastorals, Op. 49
1 To his flocks. 2 Corydon, arise! 3 Diaphenia. 4 Sweet love for me. 5 Damon's passion. 6 Phoebe
Replies in rhythm by Mae Bamber and Gerry Chantler
from p. 65 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 56 of ' Each Returning Day '
Rhythm on Reeds
Presented by Hugh Shirreff
A farmer talks about plums
S. E. Carter
' Brother Blackfoot' a serial story in ten episodes by A. J. Sullivan. Episode 6-' The Lord of the Mountains '
(Section C) led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
An all-feminine edition of Scots
Variety, with Nellie Forbes (comedienne), Billie Brown (accordion), Kathleen Gars cadden (soprano), Maimie Bowie
(at the piano)
Presented by Kathleen Garscadden
Adjudications on the musical compositions, with selections from winning pieces, followed by the adjudication, illustrated by recordings, on the Chief Choral competition.
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Reginald Burston
A five-minute talk on matters of urgent concern to the women behind the fighting line
A story by Maria Edgeworth , adapted for broadcasting by Audrey Lucas
An orchestral concert, conducted by Gideon Fagan
from a Northern Cathedral
Order of Service
Organ voluntary Responses
First Lesson: I Kings xix, 4-16 Magnificat (Moody in D minor)
Second Lesson: II Peter i, 12-end Nunc Dimittis (Moody in D minor)
Anthem: Thee, Lord, before the close of day (Balfour Gardiner )
'Tis good, Lord, to be here (E.H. 236)
Music in ebony from Harlem to
Evelyn Dove , Elisabeth Welch , Jack London , the Georgia Crackers, BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Devised and produced by James Dyrenforth
A talk by A. J. A. Symons
A. J. A.
Beimiadaeth yr Englyn
Pwy a enillodd allan o 156 ?
Awr y Plant
Rhaglen arbennig wedi ei sylfaenu ar rai o gynhyrchion yr Eisteddfod
' Pleasure Trip '
A tour round a Northern seaside resort visiting interesting places and meeting old and new friends
followed by National and Regional Announcements
Talks about things that need doing and ways of doing them
sung by James McCafferty (baritone)
James McCafferty has been regularly on the air since August, 1922, and was the first artist to broadcast from
Belfast in 1924. On the advice of the late
H. Plunket Greene , with whom he studied for six years, he devoted himself to the study of Irish songs. McCafferty has broadcast in the U.S.A. and Canada and is at present working on the script of an Irish film. He has earned for himself the reputation of being one of the greatest interpreters of Irish songs.
Edited 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 ' Uneasy Conscience '
Written by Jack Henry and Patrick K. Heale
2—' Who broke the law ? '
A series written by Charles Hatton
3—' Meet the Arrow '
A series of detective adventures written by Ernest Dudley with Billy Milton as The Arrow
' Canada '
The first of a series of talks by people from other parts of the Commonwealth and Empire to remind us that we are all in this war for freedom together
It is incorrect to imagine we are alone in the struggle against Nazi tyranny: Great Britain, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, as well as India and the British Colonial Empire are all in it together.
On alternate Tuesdays' in this series members of the Dominion
Forces in this country will be interviewed by someone who knows.their Dominion well ; every other week, on Sundays, visitors from various parts of the British Colonial Empire will also be speaking of the lands from which they come. It is hoped in this way to illustrate the unity in diversity which is the surest token of the Empire's ultimate victory.
with Albert Modley , Percy Garside , Jack Hayes , Wyn Kirby , Linda Love , Ivy Esta, Patrick Ward , Olivia Jevons , Walley Ackworth , Gwen Alma ,
Gil Roberts , Phyllis Ward
Produced by Harry M. Craig
A progress report on Britain's industrial war drive
Produced by Alan Melville
This programme, the fifth in the series on industry's greatest speed-up, deals in particular with that river of ships-the Clyde.
The speed-up has not come suddenly to the Clyde: since the beginning of the war, and before, the Clyde yards have been working full time and overtime. But in these last few months the clang of riveting and the general pace of work in the yards has been increased on Clydeside. Tonight the men who have built-and are still building-the greatest ships in the world will tell of the speed-up in their own vitally important jobs.
The first of a series of weekly discussions between the Armstrong family and their talkative friends
A radio see-saw alternating between
1 Swinging the Gate' by Diana Morgan and Robert Mac-Dermot. Presented by Norman Marshall , with Hermoine Gingold , Madge Elliott ,
Hedley Briggs , Roberta Huby and ' New Faces' by Eric Maschwitz. Presented by Archie Parnell and Jack Davies , with Betty Ann Davies , Judy Campbell , Bill Fraser , Charles Hawtrey ,
Conducted by Ian Whyte
Presented by M. H. Allen