and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
A weekly ration of records made by America's Crooner Number One
followed by Programme Parade
Some details about today's programmes
A talk about what to eat and how to cook it, by Mrs. Rena Bosanquet
played by Irene Richards
Selection of classical waltzes
A weekly broadcast by members of North-Country families who have a distinctive story to tell as a family group
or Whistle while you work
A rhythmic programme for housewives on records
News commentary and interlude
from p. 17 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 12 of 'Each Returning Day'
at the theatre organ
Father goes to it'
11.0 Physical training
(for use in halls)
11.20 Interval music
11.25 Games with words arranged by Helen F. Benson
11.40 Talks for fifth forms
Language and life
Written by H. C. K. Wyld , Professor of English Language and Literature in the University of Oxford
H. C. K.
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Ian Whyte
An unusual ceilidhe by Millicent Trimble
(soprano) accompanied by Claydon Quintet in a programme of English songs
1.50 ' For rural schools
Our changing countryside
4-Blacksmith into garage-man by S. P. B. Mais
2.10 Interval music
2.15 For under-sevens
Let's join in with Jean Sutcliffe and Ann Driver
4—'Daytime in the forest'
2.30 Interval music
2.35 Senior English-2
4-Dramatic reading from Shakespeare's ' Merchant of Venice '
S. P. B.
played by Debroy Somers and his Band
from a college chapel
Order of Service
Introit: Senex puerum portabat
Versicles and Responses (Tomkins) Psalm xxiii
First Lesson: from Jeremiah v Magnificat (Wood in D)
Second Lessen : II Corinthians v,
Nunc Dimittis (Wood in D) Creed
Our Father (Robert Stone)
Versicles and Responses (Tomkins) Collects
Anthem: When to the temple Mary went (Eccard)
Prayers and Final Responses Blessing
A sentimental interlude of music and songs featuring ' her ' name
The players: Fred Hartley and his
The singers: David Lloyd and Alan Kane
Programme presented by Doris Arnold
Ivor Dennis and Alan PauT
Music for all moods on two pianos
A short story for broadcasting by B. L. Jacot , read by John Glyn-Jones
(Welsh Children's Hour)-
'Dirgelwch Gallt y Ffrwd ' gan E. Morgan Humphreys wedi ei threfnu ar ffurf drama gan
3-Y waedd yn y Ceunant
5.30 'Pencil and paper'
More questions, puzzles, and catches by P. Caton Baddeley and Trio tunes played by Laurance Turner , Haydn Rogerson , and Charles Kelly
5.55 Children's Hour Epilogue
followed by National and Regional announcements
Things that need doing and ways of doing them
6-Music for the million
Arranged by Gordon McConnel and Harold Lowe
BBC Theatre Chorus
Trained by Charles Groves
BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Compere, Christ pher Stone
' Tak Tent
A Scottish magazine programme, edited by Alastair Dunnett , including another Simon Drake adventure,
' This man in Scotland'
Contributions include: ' An historian views the news ', by Professor J. D. Mackie ; ' The meat ration', by Elizabeth Craig ; ' Sport in person ', by ' Rex ' (R. E Kingsley .. ) ; and piping by Pipe-Major Ross
Produced by W. Farquharson Small
Professor J. D.
John Watt introduces a kaleidoscope of recollections and revivals with the BBC Chorus and Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Produced by Gordon Crier
Now war is upon us, which things belonging to peacetime do we miss most ? Some will say cricket, rugger, daily race-meetings, with newsboys crying: ' Big race winner! ' round carefree streets. Others will say lights, silk stockings, chocolates, theatres. And yet again others, charabanc rides into the country on Bank Holidays, communication with friends abroad, crumpets swimming in butter, and so on. Things like this will be touched on in this new and diverting series, which will be broadcast every fortnight, and will also include scenes from plays,songs from popular shows, short talks-anything and everything in fact to make us remember the days when life was happier.
(piano) playing music by Chopin
Five Preludes from Op. 28 (No. 1, in C ; No. 4, in E minor ; No. 10, in C sharp minor ; No. 17, in A flat ; No. 16, in E flat minor)
Barcarolle Ballade in F minor
A Russian by birth, and a brilliant student of Petrograd Conservatoire, where he won all the chief prizes, including a concert grand pianoforte, Left Pouishnoff is one of the great artists of international renown who since the -last war have frequently visited England. He played first in this country at the Wigmore Hall in London at the beginning of 1921, and since then has been heard in every city and town of note.
As ao interpretative artist he excels in the music of Chopin and Tchaikovsky. Nevertheless, he is at the same time a fine all-round player of classical and modern music.
Written by Tom Wintringham and Montague Slater
Produced by Laurence Gilliam
This is the story of ' the men of 1793 '. When revolutionary France was hard pressed she found in Captain Lazare Carnot , later General Carnot (1753 to 1823) and a member of the Committee of Public Safety under Robespierre, a man who could save France and the Revolution by ' organising the popular fury for military use
A service of remembrance and prayer for all prisoners of war
Leader, Laurance Turner
Guest conductor, Joseph Lewis (First broadcast performance)
Haydn Wood's stirring march The torch of freedom ' is written in admiration of Winston Churchill and dedicated to him in the following words : Dedicated by kind permission to the Right Honourable Winston Spencer Churchill , M.P., Prime Minister, whose great and encouraging speeches in this year of peril 1940 have been an inspiration to us all.'
and his Orchestra with Dorothy Carless , Len Camber ,
Jackie Hunter , and George Evans