Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women May Brown
(1804-1849). Every morning this week gramophone records - of his music will be heard at this time.
Today: Three of his best known waltzes - 'Tales from the Vienna Woods,' ' Vienna Blood,' and the ' Emperor Waltz'
Rev. G. S. Horner
Rev. G. S.
from cow to kitchen : talk by a Milk Production Officer
under the direction of Harold C. Gee , with Marguerite Crichton
Talk on epitaphs, by F. W. Harvey
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is a Suite from Purcell's Dido and Aeneas (scored for modern orchestra by CaiIIet), played by the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy
from page 61 of ' New Every Morning,' and page 38 of ' Each Returning Day.' Jesu thy mercies are untold ; Psalm 32 : Help us to help each other. Lord
on gramophone records
Gaite Parisienne (Offenbach-Rosenthal) : London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Efrem Kurtz
Opening scherzo: Entry and Dance of the Princess; Ensemble and Lamento; Grande Valse (Les Cents Baisers: d'Erlanger); London Philharmcnic Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati
11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman
11.18 Interval music
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING. ' Fight that Fungus,' by Alan Peacock
11.40 FOR UNDER-SEVENS. ' Let's join in ' — the first seaside programme about a picnic at the seaside
12.0 THE LIFE AND TEACHING OF
JESUS CHRIST : Jesus's Teaching about Judgment,' by the Rev. W. L. Flemington
Conducted by Richard Crean. on gramophone records
ENSA show for war-workers from an R.A.F. Establishment : Mantovani and his Orchestra, with a guest artist. Suzette Tarri
What are insects ? In this talk Dr. H. L. Duke , answers the question-and has a few libellous comments to make on their activities
Dr. H. L.
1.40 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland). ' At Our Village,' by John R. Allan : ' marketing the produce '
2.0 Interval music
2.5 STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. The conquest of the air. No. 3-' The aeroplane crosses the Channel,' by Rhoda Power : the story of Louis Bleriot
2.25 Interval music
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. ' Mendelssohn and his Music for Orchestra': illustrated talk by John Horton
2.50 MUSIC BROADCAST FOR OLDER PUPILS. Chorus (verse 1) from Bach's ChurchCantata No. 140 : ' Sleepers, wake ! ' Singers and orchestra (strings and oboes), conducted by Dr. W. K. Stanton , who also gives a short Introductory talk.
Dr. W. K.
Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra
Conducted by George Weldon. Kendall Taylor (piano)
by George Meredith , read by John Betjeman
Yn ddiweddar cyhoeddwyd cyfrol o gredoau personel nifer o wyr blaenllaw Aberystwyth. Heddiw cewch glywed rhai ohonynt yn trafod rhai o'r pynciau a godwyd gan y Ilyfr. (Talks in Welsh)
5.20 Serial story : ' Stubbington Manor,' by Elizabeth Gorell : No. 4 — ' Settling In '
5.30 app: Young artists from the North of England : Gordon Freeman (comet), Margaret Lane (singer), Derrick Whydle (impressions), Keith Bond (piano), Stanley Lewin (singer), David Greenlees (violin)
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
New and recent biography, reviewed by Hugh Kingsmill
played by the BBC Orchestra, conducted by Idris Lewis
and her Music (by arrangement with Jack Payne )
' Fight for an Emerald Mine ' : talk by Peter Rainier
with Jack and Eddy Eden; 'Michael Starr Investigates' â a weekly detective problem featuring Henry Oscar, written by Francis Durbridge; 'Many Happy Returns'; Frances 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
A Border interlude. Told for broadcasting by D. B. Wyndham
Lewis and Richard Fisher , with Mary Hinton as Mary, Queen of Scots. Song sung by Helene Cooney to the lute accompaniment of Diana Poulton. Produced by Peter Creswell
Other principal characters are :
James Stuart, Earl of Moray:
James Hepburn Earl of Bothwell:
Maitland of Lethington:
The French Ambassador:
The English Ambassador:
Jack a modern Borderer:
Joan his fiancee:
Betty Bannerman (mezzosoprano), Vera Kantrovitch (violin), and Eric Gritton (piano)
I-Brasil ; The Nightingale
Violin-Sonata. No. 3
In the garden of the Seraglio
So white, so soft, so sweet is she Spring, the sweet spring
de chlair a ghabhadh aig Mod Ghlaschu. (Gaelic concert. BBC recording)
and his Rumbalero Orchestra (by arrangement with Jack Payne )