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 his Songs and Instrumental Music
' Try Something New from Scotland : a Spiced Cake', by Anne Beaton
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
Concerto grosso, for string orchestra and piano played by the Philadelphia Chamber String Sinfonietta, conducted by Fabian Sevitsky. (Gramophone records)
Introductory music Prayer
New every morning (A. and M. 4 ; S.P.
31, omitting vv. 4 and 5 ; C.H. 259, w. 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 : Tune, Melcombe)
Prayers : The Prayer of Praise ; the Lord's Prayer
For the beauty of the earth (A. and M.
663, vv. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; S.P. 494, vv. 1, 2, 4, 5 ; C.H. 17, vv. 1, 2, 4, 5 : Tune, England's Lane)
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y byd : cyfres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 5 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 22 of ' Each Returning Day '. Ye servants of God ; Psalm 19, w. 1-9 ; Oh for a thousand tongues to sing
Music by Alessandro and Domenico Scarlatti , on gramophone records
' How to Keep Warm' : talk by a doctor
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR
JUNIORS : Ann Driver
11.20 WHEN WE START WORK. ' Living at Home ', by Marjorie Pol lard : will things be different when we start work ?
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Ethics (vi), ' Can Virtue lose their Meaning ? ' : 1— 'The Growth of the person and the conflicts of youth '. Discussion talk by Professor Karl Mannheim
sung by Gladys Palmer (contralto)
Whence ? Weep ye no more ; The
Maiden ; Armida's Garden ; The Child in the Twilight
Recording of part of last night's broadcast
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canteen. Oscar Rabin and his Band, with Harry Davis. Guest artists. Gene Gerrard and Jack Simpson
Iris Loveridge (piano). BBC Orchestra (led by Marie Wilson ), conducted by Gideon Fagan From a concert-hall in the South
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. Other people's jobs. 6-' Copper for Pennies ' : the story of the Africans who work in the copper-mines of Rhodesia, by Audrey Richards
2.15 Interval music
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Madelaine Gill : ' A travers l'Algérie'
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Book talk by Douglas Allan : ' The Black Arrow ', by Robert L. Stevenson
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
these gramophone records
Introduction and Finale (Sonata on the 94th Psalm : Reubke) ; Larghetto (S. S. Wesley) : G. D. Cunningham (organ)
On Wenlock Edge (Poems by A. E. Housman) : On Wenlock Edge : From far, from eve and morning ; Is my team ploughing > ; Oh when I was in love with you ; On Bredon Hill ; Clun (Vaughan Williams) : Steuart Wilson , with the Marie Wilson String Quartet and Reginald Paul (piano)
We are the music-makers ; A breath of our inspiration ; For we are afar with the dawning (The Music-Makers) : (Elgar) : Chorus and London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Sgwrs gan Syr Henry Morris Jones, A.S. (Talk in Welsh)
Bwrw golwg ar helyntion y mis. (News talk in Welsh)
' Mystery at Witchend' : serial play by Barbara Sleigh , adapted from the book by Malcolm Saville. Produced by May E. Jenkin. Part 4—'The Reservoir' '
Other parts played by Geoffrey Wincott and Edgar Norfolk
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' What kind of education do you want for your children ? ', by Mary Day
' When I got back' : the serving soldier replies to his wife
Mary Ferguson : ' Women's Wartime Problems'
Conductor, Major P. J. Ricketts , Director of Music, Royal Marines
Once again members of a studio audience give auditions, are cast, and perform a radio play, this time a serial. The hair-raising adventures of dauntless Jack Hideho , lovely Gloriana, and dastardly Von Gripandrop in ' The Ray of Destiny', a super-melodramatic serial in six fortnightly episodes. Episode 1—' The Wheels Revolve '. Produced and introduced by Vernon Harris.
5-' Explosives ' : talk by John Read , F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry in the University of St. Andrews-
Besides their destructive abuses in war, explosives have constructive uses of the highest value in peace, when many vital industrial and engineering operations such as quarrying, mining, tunnelling, road and railway construction, utilise hundreds of thousands of tons of explosives every year.
Under proper control, explosives have an unrivalled capacity for doing useful work, as the Simplon Tunnel and the Panama Canal, to name but two examples, bear witness.
' Here at Hogsnorton ' : a scintillating survey of hebdomadal hearsay, by England's egregious patrician philosopher
Conductor, Ian Whyte
The programme reconstructs three typical days in the lives of a Coastal Command squadron. Listeners are taken behind the scenes and shown what an anti-U-boat bombing exercise is like. what is said at the briefings before patrol, and at the interrogations afterwards.
Written and produced by Leonard Cottrell , with the co-operation of the Air Ministry. Music by Vaughan Williams , played by the London Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Muir Mathieson
Weekly sidelight on detective fiction, including dramatised excerpts, with Ernest Dudley in the chair
played by Geraint Jones. Second of a series of six organ recitals to be given in alternate weeks
Allabreve in D
Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour (Jesus Christus, unser Heiland)
Come, thou Saviour of the Gentiles (Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland)
Come, Holy Ghost, Lord God (Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herr Gott From St. Margaret's, Lee
Keats : ' Ode to Autumn ' and ' On Melancholy'. spoken by Aubrey Hewat