and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Andrew Bryson.
Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time : today, Orchestral Music
Rev. R. P. Cavendish , Rector of Qovelly, North Devon
Rev. R. P.
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is the Finale (Allegro) of Mozart's Symphony No. 39, in E flat (K. 543), played, by the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter
Directed by Albert Sandler , with Yvette Darnac and Michel Morel, in a programme of Continental music, gay and sentimental. Items introduced by Michel Morel.
A comparison of the two countries by one who lived for many years in Greece, and has recently visited Wales : talk by Isobel Hunter
at the organ of the Gaumont"Cinema, Birmingham
from page 33 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 50 of * Each Returning Day
Praise to the Holiest in the height; Psalm 111 ; Jesu, lover of my soul
Harry Leader and his Band
11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman England (Parry)
. Blow the man down (sea shanty)
11.18 Interval music
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING : ' Now's the Time to Dig', by H.
11.40 FOR UNDER-SEVENS : Let's join in-a dramatised version of Alison Uttley's tale ' The Bull in the China Shop', preceded by a te* phone game
12.0 THE MAKING AND CONTENT OF THE BIBLE. The life and teaching of Jesus Christ : ' The Temple and the Synagogues', by the Rev. C. W. Dugmore
Conducted by Gideon Fagan
followed by a recording of last night's postscript
Excerpts from some of his operettas, on gramophone records
Overture : The Queen's Lace Handkerchief : Dol Dauber Salon Orchestra
Intermezzo (A Thousand and One Nights):
Grand Symphony Orchestra
Song of Greeting : Such was my life (The
Gypsy Baron) : Walter Glynne (tenor) and Chorus
Who tied the knot ? (The Gypsy Baron) :
Garda Hall (soprano) and Walter Glynne
Lagoon Waltz (Night in Venice) : Boston
Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler
Oh, what a feast, what a wondrous night I
(Die Fledermaus) : Covent Garden Opera Company and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John BarbiroUi
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland). ' What happens when ... an accident- occurs ? ' by George Scott Moncrieff
2.10 Interval music
2.15 STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. ' The City of Brotherly Love', by Rhoda Power : how William Penn , the Quaker, founded Philadelphia and made a treaty with the ' Red Indians '
2.35 Interval music
2.40 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. ' Rhythm and the Orchestra ' : illustrated talk by Ronald Biggs
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
Talk by Professor V. H. Galbraith
Professor V. H.
Conductor, Albert E. Badrick
Conducted by Clarence Raybould. Shulamith Shafir , piano
Overture : The Roguish Peasant......Dvořák Piano Concerto No. 1, in C.... Beethoven
Sgwrs gan R. Bryn Williams. (Talk in Welsh)
' Sir Boggetty Bitt ' : story for the youngest listeners by Margaret Gibbs , told by Elizabeth
' Music at Random', by Helen
Henschel : No. 13-' Children's Tunes'
David Seth-Smith , the Zoo Man
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Ronald Cunliffe surveys the subject of choral singing as an introduction to the choral rehearsals which Dr. Reginald Jacques is directing in the next two programmes, on October 25 and November-8
This series of programmes formerly known as Adventures ' in Music-Making ' and later as ' Making Your Own Music ' is now revived under a slightly different title. The series is designed to encourage home music-making.
by Wilkie Collins , adapted in six parts by Audrey Lucas. Produced by Howard Rose. Part 4 ]
Sir Percival Glyde:
What must we give to get it ?
Preventing Want : I-Sir William Beveridge , K.C.B., F.B.A., on ' Can unemployment be prevented ? '
Sir Stephen Tallents. discusses .with Roy Plomley the eight, records he would choose if he were condemned to spend the rest of his life on a desert island with a gramophone for his entertainment
' Across Canada on Horseback ' : an English girl, Mary Bosanquet , tells the story of her ride alone across the American Continent, her impressions of the country, and of the people she met. With dramatised scenes from her book ' Saddlebags for Suitcases ', recently published in America. Interviewer, Norman Wdoland. BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Music arranged by Alan Paul. Radio script by Henrik Ege and Leslie Baily. Produced by Eric Fawcett. (This programme is broadcast on a world network to all the peoples of the British Commonwealth)
Conductor, Ian Whyte
from the novel by Osbert Sitwell , adapted for broadcasting by the author (by permission of H M Tennent, Ltd ) (by permission of H M Tennent, Ltd )
Other characters include a club member, an- old Frenchwoman, a concierge
Scenes : London and Spain
Lady Ursula Rypton:
Lady St Donat:
Anthology selected by Nesta Pain
with Jimmy Leach at the piano
Poems by Walter de la Mare , spoken by Mary Stone
de la Mare
Scherzo ; Rondo (Posthumous Piano
Sonata in A) played by Artur Schnabel. (Gramophone records)