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.
Gramophone records of excerpts from his Operas
and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (piano)
Tunes of Today *
Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye
at the organ of the Regal, Kingston
from page 57 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 18 of 'Each Returning Day*. My song is love unknown ; Psalm 51, vv. t-4, 10-17 ; Christian, seek not yet repose
11.0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE. 'Giants and Wee Men' : programme for Hallowe'en
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS : experts discuss important happenings in the world today
11.40 MUSIC AND THE DANCE, de
' vised by John Horton in collaboration with Ronald Cunliffe : Beginnings and Endings '
The West-Country Singers, conducted by Reginald Redman, sing to the workers of a West-Country factory
151st in the Northern series of concerts by war-workers during their lunch-hour break. Produced by Victor Smythe
(arranged in collaboration with ENSA). BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Julius Harrison
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (England). Finding' out about Dylsford. ' Beet Harvest', by Honor Wyatt : the explorers see the sugar-beet lifted ; they find out what happens to it and learn about the sugar that comes from abroad
2.10 Interval music
2.15 GENERAL science; Great discoveries : ' The First Balloonists ', by Joseph Lauwerys
2.35 Interval music'
2.40 JUNIOR ENGLISH. Three Welsh folk tales : ' The Llanfabon Changeling ' ; ' The 'Devil's Bridge ' ;
' Goronwy Tudor and the Witches of Llandonna '
Troise and his Mandoliers
Symphony No. 8, in B minor
(Unfinished) played by the BBC Orchestra, conducted by Clarence Raybould
Rev. Quintin Morris talks about life in Durbarl
and his Band. From Green's Play-house, Glasgow
Y drydedd sgwrs yn y gyfres sy'n ceisio ail-gloriannu rhai o ryddieithwyr Cymru. 5— ' Hiraethog ', gan E. Morgan Humphreys. (Talk in Welsh)
5.20 ' Submarine Alone ' : serial adventure story by Gilbert Hackforth -Jones, told by Ivan Samson (by permission of H. M. Tennent, Ltd.). Part 4—' The Melting Pot'
' He Sang to a Small Guitar ' : nonsense programme by Elton Hayes
5.50 'Letters in the Sand', by Laurens Sargent. No. 10-' Taw '
National and Regional announcements
Douglas Houghton discusses the many regulations and official forms with which everyone nowadays has to deal
Play by J. W. S. Clare , produced by Peter Creswell . and
J. W. S.
John, grown up:
Penelope, from youth to age:
Fifteen musical minutes with Bettie Bucknelle, James Moody, Peter Akister, George Elliott, George Hurley, and Joe Linnane. Presented by Jimmy Dyrenforth.
Opera by Charles Gounod. Libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carre. English version by H.B. Farnie. Produced by Stanford Robinson and Mark H Lubbock Narration written and spoken by Dennis Arundell
(by permission of the Sadler's Wells Opera Co.)
BBC Theatre Chorus. BBC Theatre Orchestra; conductor, Stanford Robinson
Narration written and spoken by:
Duke of Verona:
Capulet, a nobleman of Verona:
Juliet, his daughter:
Gertrude, her nurse:
Tybalt, nephew to Capulet:
Gregory, a Capulet retainer:
Romeo, a Montague:
Mercutio, his friend:
Stephano, his page:
Weekly programme in which listeners are shown the working of war-time broadcasting. Written and produced by Kenneth Adam and Felix Felton.
Kenneth Adam reminds you of previous Close-Ups, and reintroduces some of the radio personalities you have met in the series.
Weekly programme telling in dramatic form stories of courage and endurance, of humour and heroism, from the week's news. Edited by Gordon Boshell, with music under the direction of George Walter. Produced by Cecil McGivern.
George Blake reviews the month in Scotland.
played by the Scottish Quartet
Keats : ' Ode to a Nightingale', spoken by Alan Wheatley
and his Orchestra, with Alan Kane , Julie Dawn , Jean Williams , and Roy Marsh