Exercises for men and women
DELIUS and HOLST
Gramophone records of some of Hoist's music
RightRev. the Lord Bishopof Lichfield
Freddy Grisewood Speaking
Under the direction of Alfred Jupp , with Victor Harding (baritone)
Popular songs and dance music, on gramophone records -
played by Helen Just
from page 49 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 44 of ' Each Returning Day.' Paraphrase 63 ; Psalm 112, w. 1-7 ; Ephesians 1, vv. 11-23; Fierce raged the tempest
BBC Variety Orchestra : conductor Charles Shadwell
11.0 RHYTHM AND MELODY, by Percy Young : 5-' A High Sound '
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Farm and Factory in Southern New England'
11.40 ENGLISH for UNDER-NINES : a programme about the wind, including three poems and an adaptation of Alison Uttley 's original tale 'The Wind in the Kitchen '
Lunch-time entertainment for factory
. workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
Today's Variety on records
Topical magazine programme
2.0 NATURE STUDY : ' Tasting and Smelling,' by A. J. Mee
2.15 i YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh schools). Hanes Cymru cyfres i blant tua 12 oed. 5-' Byw yn y Wlad yn y 16 eg Ganrif,' gan Eluned Bebb
2.35 SENIOR HISTORY 11. The Changing World : ' The Story of Rothamsted '
' Band of the Royal Corps of Signals : conductor. Mr. J. L. Judd
Mr. J. L.
Orchestral excerpts from Wagner's opera, on gramophone records
conducted by John Clements , sing popular songs. At the piano. Winifred
from the Winter Gardens, Droitwich Spa, with Kenway and Young, Decima Knight , and dance music by Vernon Adcock and his Aristocrats. Produced by Jacques Brown
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerrr y Gweddiau o'r llyfr Bob Bore o Newydd'
'The Bull in Boots': another of the adventures of the inimitable Twm Shon Catti. Play by Tudur Watkins. produced by Lorraine Jameson
5.50 ' From America ' : folk songs sung to the guitar by Eithne Golden
Commentary by Vernon Bartlett
Professor Witts of Oxford University discusses 'What is Jaundice ? '
Music of Leslie Stuart , sung by Olive Groves and George Baker , with the BBC Revue Chorus, and the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Alan Crooks. Introduced by Patric Cur wen. and written by Aubrey Danvens -Walker. Produced by Michael North.
1—' Seed Potatoes ' : tonight's speakers discuss the problem of healthy stock
2-Shart talk by the ' Radio Vet' 3-' Farm Record '
Conductor. Ian Whyte
Overture : Fingal's Cave Mendelssohn Symphony No. 7. in A Beethoven
' What's It like in the U.S.A. ? ' : 2—' Earning and Spending.' An interchange of views and experience among young people (some of whom have been to the U.S.A.), with Louise Morley as guest expert and Douglas Allan in the chair
with Jack Train, Dorothy Summers, Horace Percival, Dino Galvani, Sydney Keith, Fred Yule, Jean Capra, Diana Morrison, and Paula Green. BBC Augmented Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Script by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley
(Fourth series). Weekly half-hour of mystery and suspense, produced by Martyn C. Webster. No.4—' The Purple Wig,' by G. K. Chesterton , adapted for broadcasting by John Dickson Carr
Duke of Exmoor:
Fourth of a series of five talks, primarily for the younger parents, by Geoffrey Hoyland
The writing of Coleridge's "Kubla Khan" described by Stephen Potter. The poem read by Alan Wheatley. Produced by Edward Sackville-West.
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Elena Danieli (soprano)
and the Dance Orchestra, with Rita Marlowe , Sid Buckman , and the Prairie Boys