and summary of today's programmes for the Forces '
Records of Harry Richman, leading American cabaret star
Exercises for men
7.40 Exercises for women
and summary of today's Home Service programmes
A talk about what to eat and how to cook it, by Ambrose Heath
Recent recordings of popular hits
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Directed by Edgar Hawke
from p. 69 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 30 of ' Each Returning Day '
played by Jack White and his band
This is the sixth of a series in which members of a North-Country family compare notes on their upbringing, their jobs, and the outlook of the different generations
played by James Phillips
David Lloyd (tenor)
with Skeets Martin , Tony Heaton , and The Tennessee Three
Alan Holgate 's Swing Trio and Richard Valery and his Orchestra
Produced by Richard North
followed by a talk on Christmas chickens and turkeys by Alan Thompson and a wholesaler
The time has come to think about roast chickens for Christmas, if we can get them, or about turkeys, if we can afford them. So, for his talk today, Alan Thompson is bringing a wholesaler to the microphone, and they will discuss prices that are likely to be ruling round about Christmas-time. Housewives will also get a few hints about choosing table poultry, and those of us who have bred a few chickens in our backyards will be interested to hear the conclusions of these experts about the possibility of rearing spring cockerels on household scraps.
sung by the BBC Singers (A)
Margaret Godley Doris Owens Margaret Rees Joyce Sutton Bradbridge White Stanley Riley Martin Boddey Samuel Dyson
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Conductor, Harry Mortimer
given by The London Symphony Orchestra
Leader, George Stratton
Conductor, Basil Cameron
Soloist, Myra Hess (piano)
Piano Concerto No. 4, in G, Op. 58
played by Billy Hardy and his band
Mildred Watson (mezzo-soprano)
Bessie Rawlihs (violin)
Reginald Paul (piano)
His Majesty's destroyers ex U.S. Navy named after villages and towns
A series of programmes, each giving an account of the town or village in Britain with the namesake in the U.S.A.
No. 1-Churchill, Somerset
A novel feature in radio competitions in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund
Introduced by Ellen Wilkinson , M.P.
Ymddiddan gan Yr Athro
W. Moses Williams
(A talk in Welsh)
5.20 If pigs had wings' .
An amusing story by W. Glynne
Jones, told by Kenneth Evans
5.35 'Over the Rainbow'
Another visit to the land of children's songs in the company of Gwladys Gimlett , Mai Jones , Lyn Joshua , Mary Kendall , and the Rainbow
The visit planned by Mai Jones
As usual, the guide will be Gwen
followed by National and Regional announcements
This week George Haynes and Herbert Hodge will discuss the training and employment of women in munitions works
Once again we stop the London traffic in order to introduce to you some of the interesting people who are In Town Tonight
Personalities from every walk of life and ' Standing in the Shelter '
(Interviews with the man in the shelter) "
Edited and produced by C. F. Meehan
Symphony No. 2, in B minor played by BBC Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Those taking part will include
Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell
BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
Produced by John Sharman
The Right Hon. Lord Lloyd of Dolobran,G.C.S.I.,G.C.I.E.,D.S.O., Secretary of State for the Colonies
' Think on these things '
Sir Seymour Hicks presents
' Picture-Postcard Beauties-No. 3 '
A recollection of their charms, their lives, and their favourite songs with Billie Baker , Linda Gray ,
BBC Theatre Chorus
BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Programme compiled by S. R. Littlewood and Reginald . ' Burston
This is the last programme of the series in which Sir Seymour Hicks takes you back to the days when collecting the postcards of famous musical-comedy beauties was all the rage
A reconstruction from the original sources of Byron's last journey to Greece in 1823, with its effect on the liberation of the Greek people
Produced by Stephen Potter
Lord Byron was born in 1788 on the eve of the French Revolution. During his youth he readily assimilated the new ideals of freedom and universal brotherhood, which permeated the thought of every country after the revolution and during the Napoleonic wars. When the Greeks began their struggle for independence he went to their assistance, and died at Missolonghi in 1824.
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Reader, The Rev. J. W. Welch
Rev. J. W.
with Gloria Brent , Buddy Loman , Edna Kaye , Doreen Stephens , and Rudy Starita