and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Lena Blackman and Andrew Bryson.
Gramophone records of some of his instrumental music
' The How and Why of Cooking : How Heat Cooks' (ii), by Philip Harben
at-the organ of the Odeon, Leicester Square
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation (A. and M. 657; S.P. 626, omitting v. 4; C.H. 22, omitting v. 4: Tune, Lobe den Herrn)
Prayers: The Prayer for Happiness; the Lord's Prayer
When I survey the wondrous Cross (A. and M. 108, omitting v. 5; S.P. 133, omitting v. 4; C.H. 106: Tune, Rockingham)
Overture : In Memoriam played by the New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent. (Gramophone records)
from page 89 of "New Every Morning" and page 40 of "Each Returning Day". Thou, whose almighty word; Psalm 67; Jesus calls us o'er the tumult
Frank Weir and his Orchestra
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR
INFANTS : Ann Driver
11.20 SENIOR HISTORY I. European Heritage : What do other nations remember ? France remembers Henry IV (1689-1710)— ' the most French King who ever sat on the French throne ' : by Edith Macqueen
11.40 Interval music
11.45 PHYSICAL TRAINING (for use in classrooms), by Coleman Smith
Conductor,' Johan Hock. Frederick Grinke (violin)
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Topical talk, or recorded repeat of one of last week's talks
on gramophone records
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon :
Handel) : Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robertson
Sheep may safely graze (Birthday Cantata :
Bach-Mary Howe ) : Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robenson
Slavonic Dance , Op. 46, No. I '(Dvorak) :
Myra Hess and Sir Hamilton Harty
Introduction and Waltz (Suite No. 2 for two pianos Rachmaninoff) : Vitya Vronsky and Victor Babin
1.50 I YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh schools). Caneuon Gwerin Cymru : cyfres gan Amy Parry-Williams i blant tua 9 oed. 1 1 — ' Canu Penil lion '. Cenir gosodiadau o gerddi sy'n addas i oed y plant fel ' Cwningod', gan I. D- Hooson, ' Melin Trefin ', gan Crwys
2.10 HOW THINGS BEGAN. 'Through the Ice-Age', by Honor Wyatt
2.30 Interval music
2.35 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Dramatic reading from ' Macbeth '. The main scene is the murder of Duncan. Adapted by Douglas Allan
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
from King's College, Cambridge
Antiphon : 0 praise the Lord (Batten) Versicles and Responses (Tomkins) Psalm 150
First Lesson : Ezekiel 47, vv. 1-5 Magnificat (Stanford in G)
Second Lesson : I Corinthians 1, vv. 18-31 Nunc dimittis (Stanford in G)
The Lord's Prayer (Robert Stones) Versicles and Responses (Tomkins)
Anthem : Beati quorum via (Stanford) Prayers
Organist, Harold* Darke
sings songs by Northern composers . Accompanist, Dora Gilson
from the Winter Gardens, Droitwich Spa, with the well-known impressionist Subaltern Iris Roderick , and Marion Zigmunt , the famous Polish singer. Dance music by Vernon Adcock and his Aristocrats
' The Piper of Sloane Street written and read by Alistair Dunnett.
(Welsh Children's Hour). ' Y Bugail a'r Ffliwt Cyfaddasiad o stori Ffrangeg gan S. L. Owen. Caneuon i'r plant lleiaf gan Elizabeth Lynn -Walters
Scottish children celebrate St. Andrew's Day : massed choirs and the BBC Scottish Orchestra : conductor, Ian Whyte
followed by National and Regional announcements
An entertainment for their comrades of the Forces provided by members of the United States Army in Great Britain and the British Army. Produced by Jacques Brown. From a camp somewhere in England
Members of the W.A.A.F. at spare-time study for Service work and civil life under the W.A.A.F. Progressive Training Scheme. Broadcast from a W.A.A.F. Centre in London
'Should I teach my child religion?': series of six talks discussing religious education in the home.
1 - Introductory talk by Marjorie Reeves, Ph.D., Oxford University
for St. Andrew's Day. Kathleen Moore (soprano), Catherine Menti play (contralto), John Tainsh (tenor), James Macphee (tenor), Alexander Henderson (bass), BBC Scottish Orchestra and Singers : conductor, Ian Whyte
for St. Andrew's Day. For the first time, the Brains Trust goes into session outside London. They visit Edinburgh, and invite the Lord Provost to be a guest on this Scottish occasion. The team is Sir William Y. Darling , Colonel Walter Elliot , M.P., James Bridie , the playwright, C. E. M. Joad , and Commander
A. B. Campbell. Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas.
Sir William Y.
Elliot , M.P.,
C. E. M.
A panorama for St. Andrew's Day, written and produced by Robert Kemp , with music specially 'composed by Cedric Thorpe-Davie , and played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Kemlo Stephen
for St. Andrew's Day. From Edinburgh Castle westwards, from each Dominion, from India, from the Army in Italy, and back in Edinburgh, pipers play a tune and send on a greeting to Scotland
The dramatised story of Scotland's hydro-electric scheme, by which the water-power of the Highlands will be harnessed in the service of the community. Music by Ian Whyte. Written and produced by Robert Kemp
Cuban recordings in praise of the night, written and selected by J. N. K. Billett
J. N. K.
for St. Andrew's Day. Ian Sadler reads ' A Fine Pair of Shoes', by Neil Munro.
and his Band, with Helen Gibson and Peter Moreton. From the Astoria Dance Salon, London