and summary of Forces programmes
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises foi women : May Brown
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Andrew Bryson.
THREE SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY FRENCH MASTERS
Today : Gramophone records of music by Francois Couperin
at the organ of the Regal, Marble Arch
from page 81 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 42 of ' Each Returning Day '. Be thou my guardian and my guide ; Psalm 32 ; Oh for a heart to praise my God
Band of the 13/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) : conductor, Mr. S. T. Vinnicombe
Mr. S. T.
11.0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE. 'King James IV ', ', by Janet M. Smith
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS, discussed by experts
11.40 MUSIC AND THE DANCE, 'by Ronald Cunliffe : 6—' Dance and Song'
Gramophone programme of songs popular with the Red Army, Navy, and Air Force, introduced by Geoffrey Child
168th in the Northern series of concerts by war-workers during their lunch-hour break. Produced by Victor Smythe
Kate Winter (soprano). John Shine boume (cello)
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (England). Finding out about Dylsford. ' Through the Locks', by Honor Wyatt
2.10 Interval music
2.15 GENERAL SCIENCE. Your body and its growth : ' The First Two Years', by Philip Eggleton .
2.35 Interval music
2.40 JUNIOR ENGLISH. ' Tom Faggus 's Mare', an incident from Blackmore's'Lorna Doone ', dramatised by Sam Langdon
Van Dam , and his Orchestra
(The Royal East Kent Regiment) : conductor, Mr. W. B. Foster
Mr. W. B.
Part of a 'concert meeting' to celebrate the 26th anniversary of the Red Army. Government speaker, the Rt. Hon. Herbert Morrison, M.P., Minister of Home Security.
The musical programme includes works by Handel, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and "Ode to the Red Army", words by John Masefield, Poet Laureate, music by Sir Arnold Bax, Master of the King's Music.
London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Choral Society, conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent. Bands of the Coldstream Guards and H.M. Royal Marines (Portsmouth Division); Central Band of the R.A.F.; Trumpeters of the Life Guards. Soloists, Roy Henderson and Isobel Baillie. Narration written by Laurie Lee. From a hall in the South.
Author, "Ode to the Red Army":
Music, "Ode to the Red Army":
Band of the Coldstream
Band of H.M. Royal Marines (Portsmouth
Central Band of the
Trumpeters of the Life
Narration written by:
by Edgar Allan Poe , read by George Holloway
D. R. Hughes , Llywydd yr Undeb, yn adolygu gwaith y gymdeithas yn ystod y ftwyddyn a aeth heibio. (Talk in Welsh)
5.20 'Toytown Golf, by S. G. Hulme-Beaman
5.55 Children's Hour prayers
National and Regional announcements
Wyn Griffith , of the Board of Inland Revenue, explains details of the new ' Pay-as-you-earn' income-tax scheme in the series ' Can I Help You ?"
Alan Paul , with Helen Clare and George Melachrino , bring you fifteen minutes of soft music and smooth harmony
Eda Kersey (violin), BBC Symphony Orchestra- (Leader, Paul Beard ). Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
7.49 app. Interval
8.4 app. Symphony No. 2, in E flat Elgar
From a concert-hall in the South
During the interval : reminiscences of Elgar
This celebration programme presents the Red Army as it has impressed itself upon the Nazi mind from February 23, 1941, to February 23, 1944. Quotations, music, and dramatisations based on material from inside Nazi Germany. Written and produced by Francis Dillon
This programme looks back to the days when dancing really was dancing. You are invited to roll back the carpet and join in the dance with Harry Davidson and his Orchestra. Master of Ceremonies, Patric Curwen. Management, Douglas Lawrence
Naidheachdan, seanchas, dain, 6rain is abhachdas. (Gaelic monthly magazine)
Rosamond Lehmann chooses the opening chapter of ' Earlham', by Percy Lubbock
and the Dance Orchestra, with Ken Beaumont and Sid Buckman