and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
(tenor), on gramophone records
six years ago
Popular records of August 1936
A thought for today : Rev. McEwan Lawson
' Planning the week's food ' : Mrs. Ingillson
with Kay Cavendish
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
Recording of last Saturday's broadcast
played by Symon Stungo and his Orchestra
Irene Scharrer on gramophone records
Rustle of Spring (Sinding) ; Allegro
(Sonata in G) (Mozart) ; Sarabande (Suite No. 2), Minuet (Suite 101-8) (Pureell) ; Revolutionary Study in C minor (Chopin)
from p. 61 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 38 of ' Each Returning Day '
at the organ of the Paramount Theatre, Glasgow
' What you parents can do about it': by a children's doctor. (Previously broadcast on June 1)
Conducted by Mr. J. E. Needham
Mr. J. E.
Conductor, Guy Warrack
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canteen. Joe Loss and his Band, with Pat MacCormac , Bette Roberts , Don Rivers , Harry Kaye , Maureen, and the Loss Chords. Guest artist, Leonard Henry
Week-end notes for women gardeners, by Anna Scarlett and Barbara Tarver
Both Anna Scarlett and Barbara Tarver come to the microphone with their regular programmes as technical experts to lay their experience before the. ordinary listener. The programmes are primarily designed to give a Regional slant to gardeners' problems-in fact, what Barbara in London is doing today, Anna in Scotland will probably be doing tomorrow.
Anna Scarlett is sister to
Robert Scarlett , one of the most experienced market gardeners in Scotland, who has given many. a broadcast on his subject. Anna herself, who has had any amount of practical experience in her brother's garden, is attached to a domestic science college in Edinburgh.
Barbara Tarver has been studying her subject since 1933 at Studley College, Warwickshire, Swanley, Kent, and finally in Kew Gardens, London. She is at present in charge of the Ministry of Agriculture's demonstration allotment in Hyde Park, London.
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano) ; Murray Davies (baritone) ; Bertram Harrison (piano)
From a factory in the South
and his Sextet, with Alfred Hep-worth
BBC Chorus : conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Al Collins and his Band
from Brompton Oratory, London
0 sacrum convivium (d'Evry)
Address by the Rev. Father
H. A. C. Connell
Exaltabo te (Croce) The Lord's prayer
Tantum ergo (Bach)
H. A. C.
Conducted by Charles Groves
' They can't stop us singing', with the Penclawdd Civil Defence Choir: conductor, Gwynfor Jenkins ; ' The Adventures of Tommy Trouble', by E. Eynon Evans ; Dai's letter to the Forces ; Haydn Adams (tenor). Produced by Mai Jones
'0 Gae'r Eisteddfod '. Chwarter awr yng nghwmni rhai pobl diddorol a ddaeth i'r wyl eleni. (Interviews in Welsh at the Eisteddfod)
Children's Magazine No. 4, presented by Kathleen Songs of the isles and their story :
No. 3-' Lewis ', introduced by Joseph Macleod
National and Regional announcements, followed by Scottish News summary
Mary Jarred (contralto). Myra Hess (piano). BBC Symphony Orchestra (leader, Paul Beard ), conducted by Sir Henry Wood
Overture : Coriotanus Beethoven Songs with Orchestra : Mark yonder tomb ; Creation's Hymn Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3, in C minor Beethoven
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
An experiment in radio discussion. A book is sent to four selected speakers ; they read it, and meet for the first time at the microphone for impromptu discussion
Points from the newest Home Front what Scottish holidaymakers are doing, and what is being done to give them a good ' war' time. Programme devised by W. J. MacLean
A picture of human greed by Neil F. Grant , adapted for broadcasting by Jean Taylor Smith , and produced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
Radio impression of the raid on Cologne, May 30-31, 1942, by more than one thousand aircraft of the Royal Air Force. Written and produced by Cecil McGivem , with the co-operation of the Air Ministry and Bomber Command
Reading of prose or poetry selected by a guest to the microphone.
and his Orchestra, with Beryl Davis , Georgina, Len Camber , George Evans , Derek Roy , the Singing Sweethearts, Three Boys and a Girl
Fifth gramophone programme based on the life of Samuel Pepys. Devised by Ronald Hilborne , and read by Valentine Dyall