and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
(baritone) and Band of H.M. Coldstream Guards, conducted by Capt. J. C. Windram , on gramophone records
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
7.40 Exercises for women :
An anthology of favourites
Records taken at random from the rack
and his Orchestra, with Tom Burke
From the Tudor Restaurant, Kingston-on-Thames
at the organ of the Plaza Cinema, Swansea
News commentary and interlude
from p. 105 of' New Every Morning ' and p. 24 of ' Each Returning Day '
Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band : conductor, Fred Berry
Myra Verney (soprano). Gordon Walker (flute), George Stratton (violin), Max Gilbert (viola). At the piano, Eric Gritton
No. 100 — George Robey. The interviewer, Wilfred Pickles. Produced by Richard North
played by Henry Ley
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
' The National Association of Girls' Training Corps ' : talk by Ella Gordon Park
(Leader, Camille J. Bogaert ) : conductor, Ernest W. Goss. Michal Hambourg (piano)
From the Pavilion, Torquay
Conductor, George Walter
sung by Sinclair Logan (baritone)
Boat Song of the Isles r The Singer in the Woods The Hedge of Briar
A widow bird sate mourning In the Village
Three talks by the Radio Doctor, first broadcast on the Kitchen Front. In these talks the Doctor tells about the food value of sugar, the importance of eating raw vegetables, and explodes some favourite food fallacies
2-' The bass in love ', presented with gramophone records by Stephen Williams
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r llyfr ' Bob Bore o Newydd '
' Sampson's Circus '
Serial play by Howard Spring , adapted by Muriel Levy , and produced by Nan Macdonald. Part 1 -' A Wonderful Birthday Present' and Trio Tunes played by Laurance Turner , Haydn Rogerson , Albert Hardie
National and Regional announcements
An attempt to portray the last moments of a hostage's life, suggested by accounts of the shooting of hostages in France. Written and produced by Robert Kemp
Variety from the Hippodrome, Chesterfield
7.25 Miss Barbara Brew gives her monthly talk to the Women's Land Army ; on this occasion she brings with her Mrs. Pyke, editor of 'The Land Girl'
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
King Arthur, or The British Worthv was produced at the Queen's Theatre, Dorset Garden, in 1691. In addition to the music occurring during the course of the play, Purcell wrote instrumental music to be played before the rise of the curtain called ' first music '. ' second music ', and ' curtain tune ', and the ' act tunes ', or interludes. The present suite is selected from this instrumental music.
Play by H. R. Jeans. Produced by Hugh Stewart
Dr John Alastair Mitchell (as a boy):
Dr JohnAlastair Mitchell (as a man):
Group Captain W. Helmore , C.B.E.
War dramas of the week; reconstructions of the news from the battle-fronts of the world. General editor, Robert Barr. Music under the direction of George Walter. Narrator, James McKechnie. Produced by John Glyn-Jones
Address by the Rev. Father F. Agnellus Andrew , O.F.M.
Rev. Father F. Agnellus
July 30, 1840, at the Eagle Tavern, City Road. Reconstructed by Sylvia Marriott , Esther Coleman , Rosamond Bames, Vera Lennox , Michael Lynd , John Rorke , Dick Francis , Harold Scott , Ian Sadler , Ewart Scott , and Wilfred Babbage. BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Script by Harold Scott. Presented by Eric Spear
The producer has sent us the following list of attractions:
' Bravo ' Rouse, proprietor, presents
The Great Little Robson, J. W. Sharpe , the Famous Comedian, and many other Outstanding Artistes. A Laughable Extravaganza, entitled ' Swiss Cottage ' or ' Why Don't She Marry ? ' Charming Lady Vocalists. Taiented Musicians. Illuminations by Gas. Self-Acting-Piano. The Crystal Grottos. Dancing, Wine, and Good Fellowship.
Some opinions in verse and prose by men of letters on musicians and their music. Selected and produced by Maurice Brown
played by Vivian Langrish