and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon , the popular radio and film stars
Some details about today's programmes
A talk about what to eat and how to cook it, by Ambrose Heath
Recent tunes and bands of the Great White Way on gramophone records
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Fantasy: Romeo and Juliet Svendsen
A topical magazine programme
News commentary and interlude
from p. 13 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 26 of ' Each Returning Day'
played by George Scott-Wood and his Grand Accordion Band
' Cleanliness and health ' by the Chairman of the Emergency Committee of the Central Council for Health Education
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan
Song memories compiled by Mai Jones and Glyn Jones with Elsie Eaves , Marjorie Ralph ,
Frank Davey , Bernard Goldstein
At the pianos: Mai Jones and Frank Davison
Produced by Glyn Jones
Maudie Edwards in a one-woman revue assisted by John Ward with Ronnie Munro at the piano
Presented by Tom Dawson
played by Berkeley Mason
Conductor, F. J. Harris
Selection: Irving Berlin's famous songs.
played by Jack Simpson and his Sextet
Women at work
Among the speakers are a young woman who has taken on the duties of village postmaster and blacksmith's assistant ; a voluntary worker who was one of the pioneers in ' adopting' mine-sweepers for the provision of comforts ; a woman who is now carrying on her husband's job ; and a woman who is working as an engineer.
Trio No. 1 played by The Northern Trio: Reginald Stead
(violin) ; Leonard Baker (cello) ;
Albert Hardie (piano)
Joaquin Turina happens to be known in this country by his less personal works-those colourful, thoroughly Spanish pieces. Actually, his chief interest is in chamber music, to which he has devoted more attention than any other Spanish composer of note.
The Piano Trio is the sixth of his large-scale chamber works and is an admirable example of his skill in reconciling the Spanish idiom with the ideals of the modern French school as displayed by Cesar Franck and Vincent d'Indy. It won a prize in a National Competition in 1926 and was played at the Frankfort Inter national Chamber Music Festival the year after.
Bebe Daniels , Vic Oliver , Ben Lyon with Jay Wilbur and his Orchestra, the Greene Sisters, and Sam Browne
Additional dialogue by Dick Pepper
Produced by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Lawrence
(Studio service in Welsh)
Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r llyfr
Bob Bore o Newydd '
' Ivanhoe '
Scott's novel about England in the days of Richard the Lion-Heart and Robin Hood made into a play for broadcasting by Richard Sharp
Part 1: The pilgrim accepts a challenge
followed by National and Regional announcements
F. H. Grisewood brings to the microphone people in the news, people talking about the news, and interesting visitors to Britain
with John Singer and Celia Lipton supported by Phil Cardew and his Schoolmates in Swing
Script written by Spike Hughes
Produced by Douglas Moodie
or Where the war hits you
A war commentary on the personal front, by ' Blueprint '
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Tchaikovsky's Sixth, and last, Symphony was conceived in the winter of 1892-3, and the title ' Pathetic ' was given to it after its first performance.
Tchaikovsky himself called this symphony a programme symphony. ' I have got hold of the idea for a new symphony', he wrote. ' This time a programme-symphony, but with a programme that shall remain an enigma for everyone-let them puzzle their heads over it.'
However, the enigma was solved a few years ago. when a paper outlining the plan of the symphony was found in Tchaikovsky's old home. Briefly, the outline is: Active life—love — disappointment — death. By a striking coincidence the symphony was first performed on October 28, only nine days before the composer's death.
Adapted for the air by Lance Sieveking
Dr. Lucius O'Grady , the local doctor Major Kent, a retired Army officer Timothy Doyle , a hotel-keeper
Thaddeus Golligher , editor of The
Rev. Patrick McCormack , Parish
Priest at Ballymoy
Lord Alfred Blakeney , aide-de-camp to the Lord Lieutenant
Mrs. de Courcy , wife of the Resident
Mary Ellen , servant in Doyle's hotel Horace P. Billing , an American tourist
(' General John Regan ' was originally produced at the Apollo Theatre,
London, on January 9, 1913)
(Service in Gaelic)
Seirbhise Salm ciii, 1-3 air fonn ' Kilmarnock '
Umuigh Leughadh : Salm cvii, 1-15
Salm cxxi, 4-8 air fonn ' French '
An Sermon: An t-Urr. Seoras
N. M. Collins, B.D.
Salm xxxiii, 18-20, air fonn ' Bedford'
An t-seinn Ie Coisir Chiûil Eaglais
Chaluim Chille fear-iuil, Domhnull Maclsaac
As minister of St. Columba Free Church, Edinburgh, the preacher at tonight's service in Gaelic holds one of the most important charges of the Free Church of Scotland. Mr. Collins was born in the South of England and acquired his Gaelic when he came to live in Sutherlandshire as a boy.
with Dorothy Carless , Len Camber , and Jackie Hunter
sung by George Armitage (tenor)
To daffodils (Herrick)
To the queen of my heart ; and Love's philosophy (Shelley)
A late lark (Henley)
Under the greenwood tree ; and Orpheus with his lute (Shakespeare)
Sleep (John Fletcher )