Exercises for men and women
BRUCKNER and MAHLER
Gramophone records of two movements from Bruckner's Fifth Symphony
'Mrs. Buggins' (Mabel Constan duros)
and his Orchestra Tunes of the Times
Talk by Leila Secor Florence
As pants the hart (A. and M. 238; S.P. 449: Tune, Martyrdom)
Prayers: The Prayer for Happiness; the Lord's Prayer
O for a heart to praise my God (A. and M. 549; S.P. 113; C.H. 467: Tune, Stockton)
Islamey (arr. Casella) played by the New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens , (Gramophone records)
Eric Winstone and his Accordion Band
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR INFANTS, by Ann Driver
11.20 SENIOR HISTORY L European Heritage : Men of Ideas-Nansen (1661-1930) : by Philippa Pearce
11.40 Interval music
11.45 PHYSICAL TRAINING (for use in classrooms), by Edith Dowling
Conductor, Fred Berry
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Topical talk, or recorded repeat of one of last week's broadcasts
1.50 I YSGOUON CYMRU. (For Welsh schools.) ' Ialth a Llenyddiaeth,' gan T. J. Morgan : dyfres i blant tua 9 oed. 10—' Trosiad a Chymhariaeth': esiamplau o idiomau llafar gwlad yn arwain at esiamplau mewn barddoniaeth
2.10 HOW THINGS BEGAN : recapitulation of the year's work, by Rhoda Power and Honor Wyatt
2.30 Interval music
2.35 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Don Quixote ' : scenes by Honor Wyatt
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra: conducted by William Pethers. From the Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
from Lichfield Cathedral
Versicies and Responses Psalm 23
First Lesson : from Ecclesiasticus 2
Magnificat (Walmisley, in D minor) Second Lesson : from St. Luke 12
Nunc dimittis (Walmisley, in D minor)
Creed and Collects
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
All as God wills (S.P. 438)
Organist, Ambrose Porter
Motion-picture parade, introducing songs, scenes, and personalities from films of the past, present, and future, with the recorded voices of many famous stars. Programme introduced by Leslie Mitchell . Written by Harry Alan Towers, and produced by Frederick Ptffard
The Florian Singers. Accompanist, Robert Berkeley Wilson
(Welsh Children's Hour). ' 'Melltith yr Helgi Du ' : dramagyfres newydd gan Tom Richards. Penned 5—' Y Daith Beryglus '
' Down at the Mains,' devised by R. Gordon McCallum. 4-Brae-sideMains celebrates Independence Day, and Jock the plough-man comes home on leave
National and Regional announcements
No. 74—' City Policeman '. A
London 'Bobby' exchanges experiences with a Chicago ' Cop.'
They compare their war-time duties and give listeners in both countries a picture of city life as they see it. The London half of the programme is written and produced by Marjorie Banks
Recording of a broadcast to America on Sunday, in collaboration with the Columbia Broadcasting System
A townsman's view of farm life : tenth of a monthly series of outside broadcasts depicting seasonal developments and problems at a general farm in the Midlands. Commentators, John Ellison , Godfrey Baseley , and Diana Hay.
Conductor, Captain Thomas F. Darcy , Junr.
Captain Thomas F.
who keeps a date with the Army. Orchestra under the direction of Clarence Myerscough. Excerpts from a show at a garrison theatre somewhere in the North
with impromptu answers to listeners' questions. Commander A. B. Campbell , Professor A. L. Goodhart , K.C., R. W. Moore (Headmaster of Harrow), H. V. Morton , Dr. E. P. Weeks (Canadian economist). Question-Master, Lord Elton.
Professor A. L.
Programme for American Independence Day, by D. G. Bridson. Music specially composed by .William Alwyn. and under the direction of Muir Mathieson
The story of the American Revolution as seen from the American side, from the skirmfsh at Lexington as far as Washington's victory at Trenton. Told in verse and in the revolutionary aongs of the time
'To keep vigil with our men as they man the ships, storm the beaches,
'and nil the skies.' - The King to his People
Repeat of last Friday's recorded broadcast in the General Forces Programme
(piano) on gramophone records
Variations on themes trom Carmen