Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Roy Hickman (bass-baritone) are always his sheep-dogs, about whose training Scott Kennedy will talk to schools at 2.0 p-m. The picture is of John Dickson , shepherd of Stanhope in Peebles-shire, typical of his ancient calling and well known as a broadcaster. The ' Farming Today' talk at 7.0 p.m. is the third at the four discussionon ' Sheep '.
11.0 ' RHYTHM AND MELODY*, by Percy Young. 4— ' Beats and Half-Beats '
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. New developments in the British Empire : ' Pioneer Farmers in Southern Rhodesia '
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES. Serial play, Reynard the Fox by Julia Goodey. Part I tells what happened when Isegrim the Wolf brought a complaint about Reynard before Noble the Lion
played by the Ransome and Maries Works Band : conductor, David Aspinall
Grand March : Spirit of Pageantry Tone Poem : Labour and Love March of the Manikins Fleurette d'amour
Heroic March (Epic Symphony)
2.0 NATURE STUDY : 'With the Shepherd', by Scott Kennedy
2.15 I YSGOLIONCYMRU(For Welsh schools). HANES Cymru. 16-
Y Tuduriaid (i) : Hani Tudur
Maes Bosworth ; Rowland Lee ; Y Ddeddf Uno , 1536. Gan S. M. Powell
2.35 SENIOR HISTORY II. The changing world. Men and machines -how early inventions affected i Yorkshire : ' Spinners and Weavers ', by Philippa Pearce
Gan S. M.
Talk by Gerald Lawrence Like so many actors who have won fame, Gerald Lawrence began his stage career with F. R. Benson 's celebrated Shakespearian company. He made his first appearance in 1894 at Stratford-on-Avon in Coriolanus. Older playgoers will remember him in many notable plays in the West Bod, particularly under the management of Beerbohm Tree at what was then Her Majesty's Theatre. Lawrence was also for a long time with Sir Henry Irving. Those who heard his reminiscences of Irving broadcast last October will look forward to hearing this further talk.
' Sheep ' : third 'of four fortnightly discussions. W. S. Mansfield , Director of the Cambridge University Farm, discusses ' Sheep on the Hill ' with Professor R. G. White of the University College of North Wales, Bangor, and M. G. McDiarmid of Aberfeldy, Perthshire, President of the Blackface Sheep Breeders' Association
Professor R. G.
' Wilful Damage '. Why is there M much damage to public property ? How should the offenders be treated ? An unfinished discussion in which young people give their views, with John Watson , J.P., as guest expert, and Douglas Allan in the chair
with Horace* Percival, Fred Yule, Dorothy Summers, Sydney Keith, Dino Galvani, Bill Stephens, Bryan Herbert, Jean Capra, and Jack Cooper. BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell . Script and lyrics by Ted Kavanagh . Produced by Francis Worsley
by John Dickson Carr
(Second series). Weekly half-hour of mystery and suspense.
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Story-Teller (by permission of Tom Arnold and Ivor Novello): Franklin Dyall.
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