and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of Ethel Revnell and Gracie West , ' the Cockney kids '
Exercises for men
7.40 Exercises for women
A thought for today
The Rev. John Ramsbotham
followed by Programme Parade
Details of some of today's broadcasts
This week again the Kitchen Front will be held by four different speakers-a Ministry of Food demonstrator, a woman doctor, a working-class housewife, and an old friend, Freddy Grisewood. Today it starts with the demonstrator, Mrs. Yeomans.
A review of June records by Leslie Perowne and his gramophone
at the theatre organ Tower request medley
News commentary and interlude
from p. 13 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 26 of ' Each Returning Day'
11.0 Singing together by Herbert Wiseman
0 gin I were where Gadie rins (Scots song)
I live not where I love (English song) A fox went out in a hungry plight
11.20 Interval music
11.25 English for pleasure
' Teaching ourselves to write well '
L. A. G. Strong
11.40 English for under-nines
Designed by Jean Sutcliffe
A ten-minute tale and a word game
sung by the BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Dale Smith (baritone)
At the piano, John Wills
(Numbers refer ' to the University
Dale Smith was a scholarship student at the Royal College of Music, Manchester, where Arthur Catterall and Edward Isaacs had been students before him. He served throughout the last war in the 42nd East Lancashire Regiment, and broadcast for the first time fifteen'years ago from a marquee in Trafford Park. Though he made his name as a lieder singer, he became even better known as ' Uncle Dale' of the London Children's Hour.
An ENSA Concert for war-workers with The Radio Three
The Band of H.M. Irish Guards, under the direction of Lieutenant
followed by a recording of last night's postscript by F. C. Hooper
played by Aileen Bransden
1.50 Science and gardening
' Home storage and canning '
A discussion between B. A. Keen and Alice Crang
2.10 Interval music
2.15 Stories from world history by Rhoda Power
' The Pony Express '
2.35 Interval music
2.40 English for everyday use by Douglas R. Allan
Another spelling bee
played by Florence de Jong at the theatre organ
Florence de Jong, the first woman organist to broadcast and record and play at Command Performances, was the originator of that popular musical quintet, the Bag a' Tricks (organ, two pianos, and two singers), which included two of Florence's sisters, Ena and Celeste Baga, at the two pianos and herself at the organ. Florence, third of four sisters, all of them musically gifted (Beatrice Baga excels on violin and sax) is now touring cinemas throughout the country, making a special feature of community singing for the Forces and general public, among them so many members of Civil Defence units. This feature, preceded by her signature tune 'Passing Thoughts', gets a rousing welcome wherever she goes.
A talk by Ralph Wtghtman
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan
A programme of song-hits from famous musical shows
Haydn Adams and Revue Chorus
Mary Kendall and Mai Jones at the pianos
Presented by Mai Jones
rhwng garddwyr Caemarfon a garddwyr Bangor
Beimiad: Tom Jones
(A Welsh gardening bee)
Playtime in other lands
Devised by Elizabeth Kyle
A talk to stamp collectors by A. Keith Macdonald
followed by National and Regional announcements
From Rolf Boldrewood 's romance of the Australian bush and goldfields
A dramatic serial for broadcasting in ten instalments written and produced by Peter Creswell
Terence and Derrick de Marney as the brothers Dick and Jim Marston
Part 9-' Death of a freebooter '
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Sousa and Strauss
The seventh talk in a series on the twenty Republics that lie between the United States and Cape Horn
' The economic picture '
H. S. Mackintosh
Presented by Harry S. Pepper and Ronald Waldman
The eleventh of a series of counterespionage adventures written by Ernest Dudley , with Jack Melford as British Agent X2
'Something old - Something new' Famous song-writers then and now
'May we introduce....?'
Presented by Leonard Urry and compered by 'Quiz'
Singing commeres, the Three Chimes
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe with Webster Booth (tenor)
When Webster Booth was eighteen he met Richard Wassell , then conductor of the City of Birmingham Orchestra, who thought highly of his voice and taught him at the Midland Institute. Booth joined the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in 1923 and stayed with them for four years. He has sung at Covent Garden in the International Opera season, and has also appeared for most of the principal London *and provincial choral and orchestral' societies.
A radio documentary on the movement of American public opinion from the outbreak of war to the passage of the Lease and Lend Bill
Compiled by Robert Speaight
Produced by Laurence Gilliam
Robert Speaight. well-known radio actor, was in America until the spring of this year. He saw the European struggle as the Americans saw it, heard their reactions in Boston, New York, Chicago, the deep South and the Far West. He will himself take part in the chronicle, describing the scenes in New York on Federation Night, and the Inauguration of President Roosevelt for the third term in Washington.
An anthology of poems arranged and produced by Mary Allen