and Home Service programme summary
Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Lena Blackman.
Gramophone records of excerpts from The Bartered Bride '
' Steamed Batter Pudding', by Mrs. Ingillson
Popular songs and dance music on gramophone records
Dante Sonata (orchestrated by Constant
Lambert) played by Louis Kentner (piano) and the Sadler's Wells Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert. (Gramophone records)
Introductory music Prayer
Hail to the Lord's annointcd (A. and M.
219, omitting v. 3; S.P. 87, vv. 1, 3, ' 6 ; C.H. 154, vv. 1, 3, 5 : Tune, Cruger)
Prayers The Prayer of Praise ; the Lord's
Rejoice, the Lord is" King (A. and M.
202 ; S.P. 632; C.H. 135, omitting v. 5 : Tune, Gopsal)
with Margaret Eaves
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd : cyfres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 77 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 34 of ' Each Returning Day '. Rejoice the Lord is King ; Psalm 24 ; In Christ there is no East or West
Alexander Kipnis (bass) : Russian folk songs, on gramophone records
' The Health of the Toddler ' (ii), by the Medical Adviser of the Central Council for Health Education
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR
JUNIORS, by Ann Driver
11.20 USEFUL CITIZENS : citizens who took action to preserve open spaces in town and country for the common man, by Elisabeth Rowley
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS.
' What is Good Theatre ? ' (ii), by . Nevill Coghill
Dorothy Donaldson (soprano) ; Raymond Mosley (violin). Accompanist, Norman Constantine
ENSA concert for war-workers, from a factory canteen. Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra. Guest artists, the Debonaires
Conducted by Richard Austin , (ENSA Music Adviser to Northern Command)
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. Ports of call-Freetown, Sierra Leone
2.15 Interval music
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques Oberlin : ' La Corse '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Poetry programme by Robert Gittings. ' Banjo ' Paterson and his poetry
Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Conductor, Joseph Lewis
on gramophone records
Prelude and March (Lully) : Philadelphia
Variations and Fugue on an Old English
Tune : Under the spreading chestnut-tree (Weinberger) : London Philharmonic Orchestra
Symphony No. 33, in B flat (K.319)
(Mozart) : Symphony Orchestra
These programmes bring before you month by month the changing facets of the rural scene. Country men and women are brought to the microphone to speak about their lives and work.
(News and topical talks in Welsh)
5.0 Newyddion y Dydd
5.5 Newyddion o'r Senedd
5.10 ' Yr Wythnos yng Nghymru '. gan William Eames
5,15 Sgwrs amserol, gan Li. Wyn Griffith
School concert given by boys of Alleyn's School, at present evacuated to Rossall, Lancashire.
â€œThe Yeomen of Englandâ€ (German) â€“ Orchestra conducted by John Smith
â€œSweet Kateâ€ (Robert Jones) â€“ Singer Reginald Waller, tenor
Two movements from Sonata in G Minor (Eccles) â€“ Cellist Martin Powell
Two BourrÃ©es (Purcell) â€“ Pianist Derek Appleby
Pastorale (Carey) â€“ Singer Peter Lyons
â€œEarl of Salisburyâ€™s Pavaneâ€ (Byrd)
â€œLord Nevillâ€™s Toyeâ€ (Farnaby) â€“ Orchestra conducted by W.J. Smith
Nocturne (â€œA Midsummer Nightâ€™s Dreamâ€) (Mendelssohn) â€“ Horn solo John Smith
â€œCome, pretty wag, and singâ€ (Parry)
â€œIt was a lover and his lassâ€ (Morley)
â€œYou stole my lassâ€ (McFarren) â€“ Choir conducted by W.J. Smith
Two movements from the Golden Sonata (Purcell) â€“ Violins Reginald Waller and Peter Lyons
â€œThe Holy Boyâ€ (Ireland) â€“ Clarinet solo Bruce Farthing
â€œFantasy Impromptuâ€ (Chopin) â€“ Pianist Peter Walder
â€œThe Cloths of Heavenâ€ (Dunhill) â€“ Singer Ernest Hawkes, tenor
March: â€œThe Shape of Things to Comeâ€ (Bliss) â€“ Orchestra conducted by Leslie Cranfield.
Boys of Alleyn's
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' Father Knows Best', by Alice Hooper Beck
' The Sewing-Machine goes to War ', by John Fisher
' Women's War-Time Problems ', by Mary Ferguson
departs at 6.50 prompt orf a non-stop journey, with Charles Williams and his Concert Orchestra, and Primo Scala 's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood. Programme produced by Fred Hartley
The BBC looks at the problem. Chairman, G. 0. Slade, K.C. Assessors, Mrs. Doris White and C. S. McCulloch. Witnesses : a town planner, an architect, and an informed traveller, F. R. Yerbury.
The. importance of planning ; an architect's view ; and some examples from other countries
A dramatisation of events that occurred at a vital cross-roads on the path to victory on a certain day between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. A programme showing how British railways are successfully carrying out their vital and gigantic war task in conditions of unparalleled difficulty. Music under the direction of George Walter. The programme written and produced by Cecil McGivern (with the full co-operation of the L.M.S. Railway, L.N.E.R., G.W.R., and Southern Railway)
Songs and scenes from the opera by Weinberger, with Victoria Sladen (soprano), Henry Wendon (tenor), and Anion Young (baritone). BBC Theatre Chorus and Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson
Record programme of French artists, introduced by Lilian Duff
Lieut.-Commander R. T. Gould chooses Abraham Lincoln 's speech at Gettysburg
Jack Payne with his Orchestra
Six Bagatelles, Op. 126
Rondo a capriccio (Rage over a Lost
Penny), Op. 129
. played by Peter Stadlen (piano)