and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Every morning this week at this time listeners will hear gramophone records of his music: today, Concertos
Rev. Harold Lethbridge
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is Ravel's ' La Valse ', played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Serge Koussevitzky
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Manchester
Talk by Jeanne Cooper Foster
from page 61 of New Every Morning and page 38 of ' Each Returning Day '. All ye who seek for sure relief ; Psalm 32 ; To mercy, pity, peace, and love
Robin Richmond and his Sextet
Records for the housewife
(by permission of the Air Council). Conducted by Wing . Commander R. P. O'Donnell , M.V.O., Organising Director of Music, Royal Air Force
Michael Mullinar (piano) and George Gibbs (baritone)
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canteen. Geraldo and his Orchestra. Guest artist, Adelaide Hall
followed by a recording of last night's postscript
played by Geraint Jones
on gramophone records
The Rehearsal ; Fire Scene : The Lawyers :
The Urchins ; Ballet Scene; Street Scene ; Finale (The Prospect before Us : Buyce-Lambert): Sadler's Wells Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert
Troise and his Banjoliers
Today's Variety on records
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Divinity student turns miner talk by Douglas Cook
1 — ' Y chwarel ' : gan G. E. Breeze , J. Arthur Williams , ac Ivor H. Jones. Tair stori am fywyd a gwaith y chwarel. (Short stories in Welsh)
' The Jumping Jack' : fairy tale by Manfred Khyber , translated and told by Elizabeth
' Music at Random ', by Helen Henschel. No. 11—' Quiet Tunes '
The Zoo Man
National and Regional announcements, followed by Scottish News summary
British life and institutions, only slightly distorted, by Mike and Gene Arani , arranged for broadcasting and produced by Walter Rilla
played by Gerald Moore. First of a series of six recitals to be given in alternate weeks, introduced by Ralph Hill
The next recital will be on Friday, September-17, at 10.55 p.m.
A number of Britain's Allies who have escaped from occupied Europe are holding a party at the Freedom Club to celebrate the National Day of the Netherlands. Entertainment is provided by fellow members of the Club who have reached this country from Holland, Russia, Poland, Norway, France, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Greece. They sing their national songs and tell stories of their amazing war-time adventures in interviews with their Host and Hostess, Leo de Pokorny and Joan Clark. The Continental Orchestra, under the direction of Lionel Falkman. Pro
. duced by C. F. Meehan
Conducted by Julian Clifford
Each week at this time, world-wide travellers will tell their adventures and misadventures, and bring back songs and stories from lands overseas. Programme edited by Leslie Baily , and produced by Eric Fawcett.
talks on ' ' Women's War-Time Problems'
Second part of the mystery play by J. J. Connington : ' The Solution '. Produced by Peter Creswell
Dr Basil Estcourt:
Reg Leopold and his Orchestra in a programme of popular music designed to bring into the limelight the arranger and orchestrator. Produced by Fred Hartley
Programme of modern French poetry and music, selected by Raymond Mortimer and Lennox Berkeley , and produced by Edward Sackville-West and Stephen Potter. Soloist, Peter Pears (tenor). Accompanist, Benjamin Britten. Poems read by Alan Wheatley , Valentine Dyall , and Peggy Ashcroft.
played by the Brighouse and Rastrick Band : conductor, Fred Berry
Poems by George Peele and Shakespeare spoken by Jean Anderson
(Conductor, Charles Shadwell ), with Stephen Manton