and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of Harry Lauder, the king of Scots Variety
and summary of today's Home Service programmes
A talk about what to eat and how to cook it, by Freddie Grisewood.
It has always been the policy of those sponsoring these programmes - both Janet Quigley of the BBC and the Ministry of Food - to have radio personalities broadcasting the talks rather than professional cooks. And so we have had, among others, Jeanne de Casalis, S.P.B. Mais, and Janet Chance, advising listeners on the Kitchen Front.
And now Freddie Grisewood - Iong wanted, but unobtainable because of his duties in the Empire programmes - is to talk every morning this week. Listeners have heard his broadcasts again and again with C. H. Middleton, and know the interest he takes in the garden he has made for himself in Surrey. To grow your own food is not a long step from cooking your own food.
Mary Bonin (soprano)
Gordon Walker (flute)
Recent tunes from the Great White
Way on gramophone records
A talk about a caravan by LI. Wyn Griffith
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
News commentary and interlude'
from p. 9 of ' New Every Morning' and p. 54 of ' Each Returning Day '
played by Ronald Brickell at the theatre organ
11.0 Singing together by Herbert Wiseman
The poacher (English song)
Oh, the oak and the ash (English song)
The orchestra (Nonsense rhyme)
11.20 Interval music
11.25 Senior English
' English in school and out of it '
' John Smith at work '
(i) John Smith has his first business letter torn up by his boss. Why ?
L. A. G. Strong
11.40 English for under-nines including a ten-minute tale
L. A. G.
and the Cuban Cabalteros with Helen Clare
Presented by Hugh Shirreff
An ENSA concert for munition workers with Raymond Newell , Carlos Ames , and Arthur Salisbury and his Savoy
A recording of last' night's postscript
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
1.50 The practice and science of gardening
' Weeds and how to kill them'
C. F. Lawrance
2.10 Interval music
2.15 Stories from world history
Greece: (2) Socrates (c. 399 B.C.) by Rhoda Power
The story of the trial and death of Socrates retold from Plato
2.35 Interval music
2.40 Senior English
English for everyday use
Planned and presented by Douglas R. Allan
' On speaking clearly '
played by Percival Mackey and his Band
played by Whinyates String Quartet-
Seymour Whinyates (violin) ; Dorothy Everitt (violin) ;
Veronica Gotch (viola) ; Helen Just (cello)
Conductor. P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
Stori radio gan y Dr. T. Gwynn Jones
Fe'i hadroddir hi gan ClyJach
(A story in Welsh)
Dr. T. Gwynn
'Worzel Gummidge ' by Barbara E. Todd
4—' Aunt Sally ' with Rosamund Bames , Philip Wade , Norman Shelley , Robert Holland , Gladys Young ,Laidman Browne , and Phyllis Smale
Songs by Margaret Bissett
followed by National and Regional announcements
by Norman Edwards
Fifth episode with Barbara Couper , Gordon McLeod , James McKechnie , and Eliot Makeham
Produced by Val Gielgud
Brahms's piano sonata in F minor,
Op. 5 (in five movements)
Cyril Smith 's first London recital in 1932 established his reputation, and since then he has appeared at most of the important concerts and festivals in this country. He was appointed Professor of Pianoforte at the Royal College of Music at the age of twenty-five.
Cyril Smith 's hobbies are golf, photography, and his garden. It takes many hours' work to be a successful pianist and teacher and the pianos (three of them) in Cyril Smith 's house are overworked from time to time, as his wife, Phyllis Sellick , is also a concert pianist.
The British Commonwealth
A discussion between H. V. Hodson and Collin Brooks
What has been the part played in the war by the self-governing dominions, by India, and by the dependencies ? Does their almost complete unanimity (Eire alone is neutral) tiold promise as a nucleus for collective security in the future ? Can we learn anything from the Empire at war (and from the problems of the Dutch, French, and Belgian colonies) which will help to solve problems of post-war administration ?
the popular comedians of the Crazy
The songs and the story of the musical comedy by Laurence Schwab and B. G. de Sylva. Lyrics by B. G. de Sylva.
Music by Lewis E. Gensler with Reginald Purdell
Betty Astell , Graham Payne ,
Ewart Scott , and Gwen Day-Burroughs
BBC Chorus and augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Compere, John Watt
Script by Henrik Ege
Produced by Gordon Crier
A problem in detection by John Dickson Carr
Produced by John Cheatle
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan