and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Excerpts sung by artists and chorus of the Paris Opera House, with the Symphony Orchestra of Paris, conducted by Elie Cohen. (Gramophone records)
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
7.40 Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Andrew Bryson and Barbara Laing
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
at the organ of the Odeon, Leicester Square
Introductory music Prayer
Rejoice, 0 land, in God thy might (S.P.
631 : Tune, Wareham)
Prayers : The Prayer for Help ; the Lord's Prayer
0 for a heart to praise my God (A. and M.
549; S.P. 113; C.H. 467: Tune, Stockton)
Directed by Jack Hardy
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd
from page 25 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 46 of 'Each Returning Day '. 0 God, our help in ages past ; Psalm 91, vv. 1-11; 0 brother man
Charles Panzera (baritone), on gramophone records
' Safety in the Home' : talk by Miss E. Willans , Chairman of the National Home Safety Committee
11.0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE. 'Melrose Abbey ' : reconstruction of the ruined abbey, and its importance in developing agriculture, and particularly the wool trade, in the thirteenth century
11.20 WHEN WE START WORK. Our recreation (i), by Edward Higgins : ' Choosing our Entertainment '
11.40 TALKS TO SIXTH FORMS. The Theory of Knowledge. 7 — ' Do we Make the World We See ? ' (i), by W. A. Sinclair , Lecturer in Philosophy at Edinburgh University
and his Orchestra, with Doreen Stephens , Helen Ward , Stanley Fraser , and Kenny Noble
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canften. Jack Leon and his Orchestra, with Gloria Kane. Guest artists, the Southern Sisters and Carl Barriteau
Conducted by Leslie Heward. Leslie England (piano)
Leslie Heward. Leslie
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. From North Africa through the Middle East to India : 'Building a Railway in Persia ', by S. McDermott and A. P. Costain
2.15 Interval music
2.20 I YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh schools). ' Rhigwm a Chân', gan Huldah Bassett. Cyfres i blant dan naw mlwydd oed. 9—Cynneu. tan yn yr awyr agored ac yn y ty. Rhigymau fel ' Maeddu, maeddu'r cwlwm llaith '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. English for everyday use. ' 'Story-Making '—2 : Jack and Peggy begin to find, with L. A. G. Strong 's help, that story-writing can be as interesting as story-telling
L. A. G.
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra : conductor, William Pethers. From the New Hippodrome, Coventry
Directed by Albert Sandler
Violin Sonata in G, Op. 96 played by Bessie Rawlins (violin) and Reginald Paul (piano)
Fortnightly broadcast to listeners overseas covering events on Britain's Home Front. Described by commentators on the spot, and introduced by Stewart MacPherson.
Sgwrs gan Aelod Seneddol. (Talk in Welsh)
Sgwrs gan y Parchedig Watcyn M. Price. (Topical talk in Welsh)
' The Big Six ', by Arthur Ransome , told by Max. Part4 — ' Tow out of Trouble'. ' Letter from America ', by Olive Shapley . The West-Country Singers, under their conductor, Reginald Redman , sing more songs by Sir Walford Davies
National and Regional announcements, and Scottish News summary
Fortnightly talk for Northern Ireland listeners on some of the problems and conditions of life in wartime
The story of his death, re-told by Max Kester , with original music by Max Saunders
The Prioress of Kirkless...Gwen Lewis
BBC Revue Orchestra and a section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Mansel Thomas
The Curtal Friar (' Friar Tuck '):
Much the Millers' Son:
Series of talks on the relation of Christian worship to the problems of human society. 5 — 'The Roman Catholic Mass and Society', by the Rev. Dom. Bernard McElligott , O.S.B.
Rev. Dom. Bernard
9 — ' The Banishment of Pain ' : talk by L. J. Witts , Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine, Oxford
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Billy Welcome visits a British aeroengine factory. Arranged and presented by Wilfred Pickles , and produced by Leonard Cottrell
Piano Quintet played by Frank Merrick (piano), and the Laurance Turner String Quartet
Conductor, Arthur 0. Pearce (Soloist, Jack Pinches> )
sung by Isobel Baillie (soprano). Presented by Hubert Foss. (Accompanist, Berkeley Mason) A Memory Parting
Sunday Morning My Dream
The Fruitless Serenade Lullaby
Lines from ' The Eve of Saint Mark', by John Keats. Selected and presented by Edward Sackville -West
and his Orchestra, with Alan Kane and Julie Dawn