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.
(1835-1881). Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time. Today : 'Pictures at an Exhibition '
Rev. Alexander Miller
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is the Scherzo from Beethoven's ' Eroica ' Symphony (No. 3, in E flat) played by the NBC Orchestra, conducted by Toscanini
and his Sextet
I love to sing - Misraki
Quiet Fields - Ewing
The Swiss Bell-Ringers - Samuels
Fascination - Marchetti
Tropical Mlgic - Warren
Hold back the dawn - Hedley Gray
Persistent Serenader - W. Collins
Dinah - Akst
We mustn't say goodbye - Monaco
Chinatown, my Chinatown - Schwartz
Talk by Vera Ashe
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Manchester
from page 61 of New Every Morning ' and page 38 of ' Each Returning Pay '. Jesu. thy mercies are untold ; Psalm 32 ; Jesus, Lord, we look to thee
Band of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment : conductor, Mr. J. B. H. Thorpe
Mr. J. B. H.
11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman
11.18 Interval music
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING : ' Planning Your Garden', by Alan Peacock
11.40 FOR THE UNDER-SEVENS: Let's join in-a New Year story, ' The Little Old Woman Pays Her Bills', ', helped by Gyp, her dog
12.0 THE LIFE AND TEACHING OF
JESUS CHRIST. The Unity of Jesus's Life and Teaching ', by Dr. A. M. Hunter
Conducted by Gideon Fagan
followed by a recording of last night's postscript
on gramophone records
Allegro moderato (Trio in D minor. Op.
33 : Arensky) : Eileen Joyce (piano), Henri Temianka (violin), and Antoni Sala (cello)
Finale, Allegro con moto (Quartet in F, .
Op. 22: Tchaikovsky) : Budapest String Quartet
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland). ' At Our Village ', by John R. Allan. ' Drumhaugh ' : an introduction to the village
2.10 Interval music
2.15 STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. ' The Mystery at Hall-in-the-Wood ', by Rhoda Power
2.35 Interval music
2.40 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. Introductory broadcast - The Growth of the Orchestra' : illustrated talk by John Horton
Billy Tement and the Dance Orchestra
Phantasy Quartet, in F minor played by the Spencer Dyke String Quartet
Conductor, Cyril I. Yorath
Conductor, Ian Whyte. Alexander Carmichael (baritone)
6—' Blwyddyn Newydd '. Tair o storiau yn ymwneud a dechrau'r flwyddyn. (Stories in Welsh)
' For the Sake of Mr. Sims', by Berta Lawrence , told by Charles E. Stidwill
Songs by the West Country Singers ' Children in Committee ' ; talk by David Harris
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
The fourth programme in this series tells some new stories showing the quality of the arms which the men and women of Britain's factories are making for the men in the fighting Services. Edited by Connery Chap -. pell. Produced by Leonard Cottrell
Serial play for broadcasting, adapted by Richard Fisher and Peter Creswell from the film and novel by the former. Produced by Peter Creswell. Eighth and last episode -' Villon's Farewell '
Eric Portman as Lieutenant de Montcorbier (' Francois Villon ')
Carla Lehmann as Catherine de Vausselles
Mary Hinton as La Belle Heaulmiere and Deryck Guyler as Mr. Curtis Guy Guy-Mas as M. Chaminade
Mr. Curtis Guy
2-1 The Future of Air Transport'. Some of the achievements of Civil Air Transport are described, and future -possibilities forecast
with Gaye and Nevard ; ' Crime Chasers, Ltd.!', featuring Jane Grahame and Vemon Harris ; ' Many Happy Returns of the Day', a musical birthday greeting ; Elisabeth Welch; Puzzle Corner'; ' The Lodger', featuring Cyril Fletcher and Betty Astell , written by Dick Pepper. ' Take the Stand'; Frederick Burtwell cross-examines famous artists, presented by Leonard Urry. The Singing Commeres, Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
Conducfor, Sir Adrian Boult. Edmund Rubbra (piano)
' Am I My Brother's Keeper ? ', written by Hilton Brown , and read by Freddy Grisewood. (Previously broadcast on April 14, 1943)
Osbert Lancaster chooses a passage from ' Verses on the Death of Doctor Swift : written by Himself, NovemBer 1731 '
with Reg. Leopold and his Players.