and Home Service programme summary
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Andrew Bryson and Lena Blackman.
Gramophone records of ' La Bonne Chanson,' sung by Charles Panzera (baritone)
Rev. G. W. Byrt , Minister of the West End Baptist Church, Hammersmith
Rev. G. W.
and his Mandoliers, with Ivor Adams and Doreeh Browning
trom page 57 of ' New Every MornIng' and page 18 of ' Each Returning Day '. 0 God of truth ; Psalm 51, tv. 1-3 and 10-17 ; Be thou my guardian
on gramophone records
Allegro non troppo (Violin Sonata in E minor : Elgar) : Albert Sam mons (violin) and William Murdoch (piano)
Songs : Loveliest of trees ; When I was one-and-twenty ; Look not in my eyes ; Think no more, lad ; The lads in their hundreds (A Shropshire Lad : Butterworth) : Roy Henderson (baritone), accompanied by Gerald Moore
Duets for Children, Nos. 1-10
(Walton) : Ilona Kabos and Louis Kentner (piano)
11.0 Scottish Heritage. 'King Herring,' by George Bruce
11.20 Empire Day: a radio journey round the world, and a number of well-known songs form part of today's special feature programme for schools
11.50 Special Interlude: 'Phantom Fleets,' devised by Morris Peatfleld, and spoken by Eric Lugg. Songs: Drake's Drum (Stanford), The Death of Nelson (Braham), Phantom Fleets (Murray),
North and London. War workers In widely separated factories combine to entertain you and their fellow-workers in the lunch-hour break. Introduced by Victor Smythe in the North and More O'Ferrali in London
(arranged in collaboration with ENSA). BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Julius Harrison
From a factory in the North-West
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (England). Finding out about Dylsford. They Went Overseas,' by Honor Wyatt
2.10 Interval music
2.15 GENERAL science. Science and the future : 4-' Air Travel and Transport'
2.35 Interval music
2.40 JUNIOR ENGLISH. Serial play in three parts, based on Howard Pyle 's version of the Arthurian legends. Part 2-' The King of Camilard seeks help from King Arthur '
Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra
Messages from British children staying as war-guests in South Africa. Arranged in collaboration with the 'South African Broadcasting Corporation
Black Dyke Brass Quartet, directed by J. W. Wood
4.0 'Lio Rotsac ' by Adrian Alington
Sir Charles Winters:
A plain-clothes man:
by Joan Wall , produced by Hugh Stewart
Robert Parker ('The Nipper'):
3-1 Glowr ' : sgwrs gan D. R. Griffiths (Amanwy). (Talk in Welsh)
5.20 Programme for Empire Day. National songs by the City of London Police Choral Society : conductor, Douglas Hawkridge
Talk by Commander
5.50 Talk by Laurens Sargent
National and Regional announcements
Stars and songs from the British Empire in a Variety entertainment, introduced by Flight Sgt . Robin Ordell (Australia), with Jeanne de Casalis , Harry Jacob -son (South Africa) ; Edric Connor (Trinidad) ; Clare and Cecilia Keating (New Zealand) ; Malcolm McEachem (Australia) ; a unit from the Canadian Army Show ; a male chorus ; and the Concert Orchestra of the R.A.F. Production Unit, under the direction of Pilot-Officer Sidney Torch. Produced by Max Kester
Douglas Houghton discusses the many regulations and official forms with which everyone nowadays has to deal
Produced by the U.S. Armed Forces Radio Service.
Tonight the Empire speaks and the world hears the voices of the Dominion Prime Ministers ; the stories of men who have served the Empire at sea, on land, and in the air ; and messages from Empire soldiers on the battlefield.
Music of the Empire played and sung by the BBC Orchestra and the BBC Chorus and Revue
Chorui. Fanfares by the Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music (by permission of the Commandant). Music arranged and conducted by Victor Hely -Hutchinson. Programme produced by Cecil McGivern
Conducted by Clarence Raybould. Marie Wilson (violin). Lambert Flack and B. R. Hanlon (flutes)
68-' Sarky,' written and read by Roy Russell
Light music played by John Blore and his Orchestra and the Michael Krein Saxophone Quartet
Famous bands playing popular dance music, on records