Exercises for men and women
LALO and DELIBES
Gramophone records of Lalo's Cello Concerto
Rev. R. P. R. Anderson
Rev. R. P. R.
and his Sextet, with Mervyn Saunders.
from page 57 of J New Every Morning ' and page 18 of ' Each Returning Pay.' My song is love unknown ; Psalm 51. vv. 1-3 and 10-17 ; St. John 4. vv. 27-38 : Christian, seek not yet repose
Tunes that live for ever. (Gramophone records)
Esther Fisher (piano) ; Betty Bannerman (mezzo-soprano)
War-workers in two widely-separated factories combine to entertain you and their fellow-workers in the lunch-hour break. Introduced by Victor Smythe in the North, and Elizabeth Adair in Scotland
Arranged in collaboration with ENSA. BBC Northern Orchestra. conducted by Julius Harrison
From a factory in the North-West
(by permission of the Air Council), conducted by Wing Commander R. P. O'Donnell , M.V.O., Organising Director of Music, Royal Air Force
Wing Commander R. P.
Gramophone records of some well-known musical plays
Jay Wilbur and his Orchestra
played by the Irish Rhythms Orchestra, conducted by David Curry , with Adelaide Beattie (soprano), and George Beggs (baritone)
Play for broadcasting by William Barrow , produced by Martyn C. Webster
Sir James Gomer:
A new comedy by J.O. Francis, produced by P.H. Burton
Police Constable Curry:
Dicky bach Dwl:
Hanes y He a chymeriadau'r cylch, gan T. H. Lewis a'r Parch. Gomer Roberts. (Talks in Welsh)
5.20 Songs by the ' SnowHakes ' : conductor, Eira Novello Williams
' The Truth About Towser' : story by Antonia Ridge , read by Philip Phillips
5.55 Children's Hour prayers
National and Regional announcements
Produced by the U.S. Armed Forces Radio Service.
For the next three weeks speakers in this series will be talking mainly to Servicemen and their families. Tonight's talk is by Jim Lees
Wartime version of the passing-out ceremony at the R.A.F. College, Cranwell, described, with the aid of recordings, by John Ellison
Violin' Concerto, in D Symphony No. 2, in D
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Henry Wood. Ida Haendel (violin)
featuring Jessie Matthews , Richard ('Stinker') Murdoch, Valerie Cowan , Turner Layton , and Reginald Williams and his Orchestra. From the Victoria Rooms, Bristol. Introduced by Elsie Otley. Produced by Hamilton Kennedy
Les Soirees de Nazelles : Preambule, Variations, et Final played by Angus Morrison (piano)
78—'Be Good to Poor Chrissie,' written and read by L. A. G. Strong
L. A. G.
and his Music, with Jack Cooper
Famous bands playing popular dance tunes, on gramophone records