and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
(bass-baritone), on gramophone records
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
7.40 Exercises for women : Doris Robertson
At the pianos, Andrew Bryson and Barbara Laing.
' Stuffed Pancakes ', by Mrs. Herbert Read
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
and his Orchestra, on gramophone records
Pizzicato Caprice Henley La ronde des lutins Bazzini Spanish Melody trad. Andante and Presto Tartini
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd
from page 55 of ' New Every Morning and page 22 of ' Each Returning Day 0 for a thousand tongues to sing ; Psatm 96 : Ye servants of God
sung by Edith Mills
by a doctor
The speaker expands the talk which he gave under the above title on March 7.
1L0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE. Free Men of Scotland ', by Willa Muir : men who stood for particular freedoms at different periods in Scottish history
11.20 HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT- ? 1 : ' Coal Miners ', by ' Eric Hiller and Ray McGregor
11.40 TALKS FOR SIITH F.ORMS
Music of the sunny South, played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg Leopold. Programme presented by Fred Hartley
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canteen. Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra. Guest artists, Judy Shirley and Sandy Rowan
Week-end notes for women gardeners by Anna Scarlett and Elizabeth Cowell
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. Australia : a visit to a school in Northern Queensland, by P. La Trobe Foster
2.15 Interval music
2.20 I YSGOLION CYMRU. (For Welsh schools). ' Rhigwm a Chan ', gan Huldah Bassett. 1 — 'Codi. yn y Bore'. Codi, ymolchi, cribo'r gwallt, cael brecwast, a mynd i'r ysgol.
Rhigymau fel ' Golchaf fy nwylo yn Ian '. a 'Mi âf i'r vsgol heddiw '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Book talk : ' Jock of the Bushveldt', by Sir Percy Fitzpatrick. Elspeth Huxley talks about this book, which describes the adventures of a dog and his master in South Africa
Eric Winstone and his Accordion Band
Vespers, from Upholland College, Wigan
Fifth Psalm (chant)
Little Chapter (recit.) Hymn (chant)
Magnificat (Orlando di Lasso) Regina coeli (chant)
Motet : 0 filii et filiae
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult *
Fortnightly programme broadcast to listeners overseas, covering events on Britain's home front. Described by commentators on the spot and produced by the Outside Broadcasting Department
Sgwrs gan Aelod'Seneddol. (Talk in Welsh) .
Sgwrs ar hen arferion priodas gan Nansi Greville Young. (Talk in Welsh)
' The Big Six', by Arthur Ransome , told by Mac. Part 11 : 'Unwanted Gift'
' Letter from America ', by Olive Shanley
Folk songs sung by Sinclair Logan
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
First Arabesque Masques
Preludes from Second Book : Feuilles mortes ; Feux d'artifice played by Frank Laffitte (piano)
Fortnightly talk for Northern Ireland listeners on some of the problems and conditions of life in wartime
Part 8 of a radio version, written by Henrik Ege , of the novel by D. L. Murray. Music composed and selected by Mark H. Lubbock. Orchestra conducted by Percival Mackey. Produced by Reginald Smith
Principal characters in order, of speaking
Period December 24. 1896 — June 22.
1897 Place: London
Sir Julius Davenant:
Lady Polly Ardlingbury:
Capt the Hon Everard Ardlingbury:
Series of talks dealing with the scope and competence of the Church's concern in political life. 4-' The Christian Claim Today'. by Maurice B. Reckitt
with the Bachelor Girls, Peter Akister , and George Elliott Pre sented by James Moody
featuring Reg Leopold
Leader, Laurance Turner : conductor, Julius Harrison. A broadcast from the May season of concerts organised by the Halle Society in collaboration with the BBC
From the Opera House, Manchester
Written and produced by Leonard Cottrell
This programme throws a spotlight on the work of the designers and makers of British machine tools. It does not deal with the technicalities of machine tool construction : it is the dramatic, human story of how, when Germany launched her blitzkrieg, British engineers were suddenly called on to produce in the quickest possible time the thousands of new machine tools without which our latest tanks, guns, 'planes and other weapons could not have been manufactured.
with Ethel Waters , Fray and Braggiotti, the Foursome, and dancing to Benny Goodman and his Orchestra
sung by Henry Wendon (tenor) and Roy Henderson (baritone)
Poems by Walter de la Mare.
Walter de la