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 ' Piece Heroique ' and Symphonic Variations
Rev. Guy R. Levesley , of the Castle Hedingham Congregational Church
Rev. Guy R.
' Mrs. Buggins' (Mabel Constan duros)
'Toys you can make for the children': talk by L. F. Ramsey. ' Sweets you can make for the children ' : talk by Mary Norris
Introductory music Prayer
0 God of Jacob (A. and M. 512; S.P.
596 ; C.H. 562, omitting v. 5 : Tune, Martyrdom)
Prayer : The Prayer for Today ; the Lord's Pravcr
Soldiers of the Cross, arise (A. and M.
588, omitting v. 2 ; S.P. 642 ; C.H. 341, omitting v. 2 : Tune, Crusis Milites )
Comedy Overture : Scapino played by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Frederick Stock. (Gramophone records)
from page 109 of 'New Every Morning' and page 28 of 'Each Returning Day'.
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness; Benedictus; Soldiers of Christ, arise
Harry Leader and his Band
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR
INFANTS : Ann Driver
11.20 SENIOR HISTORY I. European Heritage : ' What do other nations remember ? ' Czechoslovakia remembers the Winter King and Queen (Princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I of England), whose Protestant Kingdom in Bohemia melted like snow in spring: by Morna Stuart
11.40 Interval music
11.45 PHYSICAL TRAINING (for use in classrooms), by Coleman Smith
Conducted by Captain A. Lemoine , Director of Music, Life Guards
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Talk by Sergeant R. H. Smith of the Medical Services, Royal Air Force
Sergeant R. H.
on gramophone records
Andante (Trio No. 1, in G : Haydn) :
Eileen Joyce (piano) ; Henry Hoist (violin) ; Anthony Pini (cello)
Adagio (Quintet in C, Op. 163 :
Schubert) : Pro Arte Quartet, with Anthony Pini
1.50 I YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh schools). Caneuon Gwerin Cymru : cyfres gan Amy Parry-Williams i blant tua 9 oed. 12-' Catolau '
2.10 HOW THINGS BEGAN. ' Family Life among the Ape Men ', by Honor Wyatt
2.30 Interval music
2.35 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Book talk by Moma Stuart : 'Pip's early-life ', from ' Great Expectations ', by Charles Dickens
Sidney Davey and his Players
from King's College, Cambridge
-Antiphon 0 Lord, turn not away
Versicles and Responses (Tomkins) Psalm 29
First Lesson : Isaiah 19, w. 18-25 Magnificat (Nicholson, in D flat)
Second Lesson : I St. Peter I, v. 22-2, v. S
Nunc dimittis (Nicholson, in D flat) The Lord's Prayer (Robert Stones) Versicles and Responses (Tomkins)
Anthem ; Rejoice in the Lord (Redford) Prayers
Organist, Harold Darke
W. H. Bush talks about a provincial newspaper in war-time
from the Norfolk Hotel, Bournemouth, with Beryl Orde , Denis O'Neil , and Alfred Jupp and his Orchestra. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
' Home on Monday', written by Harry Alan Towers , and read by Patric Curwen.
(Welsh Children's Hour).. 'Cerddorion leuainc Llyn ' : rhaglen gan gerddorfa a chor Ysgol Sir Pwllheli (arweinydd, W. H. J. Jenkins). Bydd cynulleidfa o blant yn gwrando ar y rhaglen hon mewn neuadd. ym Mhwllheli a byddant yn uno a'r cor yn rhai o'r caneuon
' The First Tuesday of the Month ' : in memory of ' Romany'. Muriel, Doris, and Nan in a programme of songs, poems, and stories of the countryside
National and Regional announcements
Symphony in E flat
(Op. posth.) played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra : conductor, Ian Whyte
Dvorak wrote nine symphonies in all, but owing to the fact that the first four remained unpublished, or were published posthumously, great confusion exists with regard to their numeration. Thus, the real .No. 5 has always been called No. 1, while the real No. 1, which you will hear this evening, was written in 1873, but had only one performance during the composer's life.
Comedy in Scots, by Ellison Munro , produced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
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Series of six talks discussing religious education in the home. A child psychologist
with John Slater , Phyllis Monkman , and Cliff Gordon. Jack Jackson and his Mayfair Hotel Orchestra, with Josephine Driver , and the Four Star Girls. Script by Cliff Gordon (by arrangement with the Windmill Theatre). Produced by Vernon Harris.
This is the first of a new weekly series of programmes in which Richard Haydn , by coercion of the BBC, and aided and abetted by a number of people with minds as grotesque as his own, endeavours to present to what he hopes is a waiting British Public, a bigger and better Radio Magazine
with spontaneous answers to ' Any Questions ? ' : Dr. Julian Huxley , Barbara Ward (of ' The Economist 0; Sir Kenneth Clark (Director of the National Gallery) ; R. W. Moore (Headmaster of Harrow) ; Ed. Murrow (European. Director, Columbia Broadcasting System). Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas. (Recording to be broadcast agaih next Sunday at 4.15 p.m. in the Forces programme)
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Talk by 'Rear Ranker'. (Previously broadcast on November 5 : BBC recording)
Weekly sidelight on detective fiction, including dramatised excerpts, with Ernest Dudley in the chair. (BBC recording)
with Edith Coates (contralto), Robert Irwin (baritone), and Leon Goossens (oboe). Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Introduced by Alan Howland. Produced by Henry Reed