and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of Harry Richman , American cabaret and Variety star
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
7.40 Exercises for women : May
An anthology of favourites
Records taken at random from the rack
with Peter Evans (baritone) OUINTETPETER EVANS AND QUINTET QUINTETPETER EVANS AND QUINTET QUINTET
at the theatre organ
Marching Selection : Sing as we go
News commentary and interlude
from p. 101 of 'New Every Morning' and p. 16 of 'Each Returning Day'
Dudley Beaven at the theatre organ
11.0 THE MUSICAL TRAVELLER : ' The Traveller in Wales'
11.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Yvonne Oberlin : ' La Chanson de Roland '
11.40 SENIOR GEOGRAPHY : Making the Americas : The United States. ' Out on the Range', by Elspeth Huxley
played by Arthur Baynon
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
Talk by Edna Nixon
2.0 NATURE STUDY : 'The Spider and its Web ', by A. J. Mee
2.15 Interval music
2.20 PHYSICAL TRAINING (for use in classrooms) : by Edith Dowling
2.35 Interval music
2.40 SENIOR HISTORY 1800-1875 : ' Abraham Lincoln fights for the Union'. Story of the American Civil War, illustrated by dramatic interludes by Edith E. Macqueen
Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ronnie Munro
Conducted by Leslie Heward
BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson. Favourite dances from ' La Boutique Fantasque ' by Rossini-Respighi, and 'Les Sylphides' by Chopin
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r llyfr ' Bob bore o Newydd'
' Once a Month ' : magazine bringing you interesting items from all over the country :
1: ' My experiences as a film actor ', by seventeen-year-old Gordon Cameron Jackson. Musical absurdity: ' Charlie is my darling arranged for piccolo, tuba, and piano by Ian Whyte
2 : Story of some old Irish music, sung by Joe McCartney (boy soprano), and played by Aileen McArdle and Grania McFadden (Irish harp duets) *
3 : ' Building a Train' : visit to a railway carriage shed to see what happens to a train before it arrives at the platform
4 : ' Pipe Down, Wolf !' Æsop's fable retold with words and music by Henry Reed , with a section of the BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by the composer, in which you meet Sammy the Goat, Mrs. Goat, Horace the Kid, Oily the Guineapig, and the Wolf
National and Regional announcements
Any questions ? This week the questions put to the Farmers' Brains Trust are confined to the subject of milk. Professor Scott Watson and W. S. Mansfield are joined by two experts on milk production, and F. H. Grisewood is again the Question-Master
from a theatre in the West, with Eric Barker , Jean Colin , Bennett and Williams, Eric Winstone 's Swing Quintet, with Julie Dawn. Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
' All shipshape '. Ted comes home from sea on leave, with new ideas about discipline
Famous stars recall, in song and story, incidents which led to their first pay envelope. Revue Chorus and BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Devised by Mungo Dewar and written by C. Denier Warren. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
Play by Peter Howard Rogers. Produced by Howard Rose
The Morovician Ambassador to Starazoga, the Starazogen Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, bar-maid, customers, newspaper reporters, Mr. Smith
by John Hilton
Quartet in G (Op. 161) played by the Blech String Quartet : Harry Blech (violin), Max Salpeter (violin), Keith Cummings (viola), William Pleeth (cello)
The G major Quartet, Op. 161, was Schubert's last string quartet. It was composed in 1826, two years before his death. Both in technique and in feeling it foreshadows the romantic style of later composers, especially in its harmony, which is closely woven in texture and very * advanced ' for the period.
Address by the Rev. W. M. Dempster of Ratho, Midlothian
Rev. W. M.
presented with gramophone records by M. D. Calvocoressi
Including poems by exiled Poles, translated into English