and Home Service programme summary
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Andrew Bryson and Lena Blackman.
(1845-1924) Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time.
Today : some of his songs and piano music
Rev. G. W Byrt , Minister of the West End Baptist Church, Hammersmith
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Talk by Florence Fortune
Tunes from the Great White Way. on gramophone records
The story of the famous family of soldiers from Ulster, told by William Moore
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is ' Maiden with the Roses,' from Sibelius's ' Swanwhite,' played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kousse vitzky
from page 37 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 14 of ' Each Returning Day.' 0 happy band of pilgrims ; Psalm 130 ; Paraphrase 58
on gramophone records
Song of the Rhine Daughters (Gotterdammerung: Wagner): Queen's Hall Orchestra, conducted by Sir Henry Wood
Nocturne for orchestra : Sirenes
(Debussy) : Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Piero Coppola
Symphonic Poem: Oceamdes
(Sibelius) : BBC Symphony Orchestra. conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING, ' Fight that Insect Pest,' by Alan Peacock
11.40 FOR UNDER-SEVENS : Let's join in — ' The True Story of a Fire Engine '
12.0 THE LIFE AND TEACHING OF JESUS CHRIST: 'The Apocalyptic Element in the Teaching of Jesus,' by the Rev. C. F. D. Moule
Rev. C. F. D.
ENSA show for war-workers, from a factory canteenr Michael Howard (by permission of the Windmill Theatre) introduces Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra, with Rita Williams and Betty Kent. and. as guest star. Ted Ray
Talk by C. Conway Plumbe
1.40 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland).. At Our Village,' by John R. Allan. ' Linn Farm '
2.0 Interval music
2.5 STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. The conquest -of the air. No. 2-' The Glider,' by Rhoda Power
2.25 Interval music
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. ' Hary Janos , ' by Kodaly : talk with gramophone illustrations by Matyas Seiber , a countryman and former pupil of the composer. The illustrations include a special recording of the Intermezzo : played by the BBC Orchestra
2.50 MUSIC BROADCAST FOR OLDER PUPILS. Movements from Haydn's London' Symphony (No. 104, in D). played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham. (Gramophone records)
Primo Scala's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood
Conducted by Julius Harrison. Haydn Rogerson (cello)
G. K. Chesterton 's poem on Don John of Austria, read by Valentine Dyall.
sgwrs gan y Dr. Tom Richards.
Story : ' The Master of the House,' from ' Stubbington Manor,' by Elizabeth Gorell
' Music at Random,' by Helen Henschel
' Can you Draw ? ' : Maxwell Foster invites you to try with him this afternoon
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
New and recent books on war, travel, and adventure, reviewed by Edmond Segrave
Sonata in F (Op. 99) played by Douglas Cameron (cello) and John Wills (piano)
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Adapted for broadcasting by Peggy Wells , and produced by Martyn C. Webster. Episode 5
Sir Arthur Conan
Lord John Roxton:
1 — ' The Sudan ' : talk by Robert Henriques
Robert Henriques , who. as a young artillery subaltern, spent his leaves in search of adventure, hunting and travelling in some of the less-known parts of the Sudan, opens a new series of talks in which different speakers will describe, at this time each Monday, what first drew them to their particular ' Distant Land '
with Reg Lloyd; 'Michael Starr investigates' - a weekly detective problem featuring Henry Oscar, written by Francis Durbridge: 'Many Happy Returns'; Edith Day; Puzzle Corner'; Naunton Wayne and Basil Radford on 'Things in General,' written by Henrik Ege; 'Take the Stand': Frederick Burtwell cross-examines famous artists, by arrangement with Leonard Urry. The Singing Commeres, Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
[Starring] Dorothy Dickson
Songs and story of the famous Winter Gardens success. Book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and Clifford Grey. Music by Jerome Kern. Ballet music by Victor Herbert. Charles Heslop, Reginald Purdell, Vera Lennox, Clarence Wright, Sylvia Marriott, Dudley Rolph, Dick Francis. BBC Chorus and augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by the late Hyam Greenbaum. Introduced by John Watt. Radio script and production by Gordon Crier.
(Recording of the broadcast on August 19, 1940)
The part of the great American story-teller is played by Basil Sydney (by permission of Gabriel Pascal ). Produced by Stephen Potter
Naidheachdan. seanchas, dain, is drain. (Gaelic magazine programme)