Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown.
(1685-1750). Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time. Today: his overtures (suites)
followed by ' THE AMATEUR HANDYMAN
W. P. Matthew talks to housewives
Directed by Jack Hardy. Elizabeth Darbishire (soprano)
Talk by Dina Dobson
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is Elgar's Introduction and Allegro for Strings, played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
from page 33 of ' New Every Morning and page 50 of ' Each Returning Day.' Father of heav'n ; Psalm 98 : Ephesians 3, vv. 1-12 ; Jesu, lover of my soul
Directed by George Elliott , with Leslie Douglas , in a programme of light music
11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman
The Peat-Fire Flame (Hebridean song: arr. Kennedy Fraser )
The Jolly Ploughboy (English folk song: arr. Vaughan Williams)
Turkey in the Straw (American song)
11.20 science AND CARDBNIKG : ' Starting from Scratch,' by Alan Peacock and Eric Hobbis.
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver : 6—' High and Low Sounds '
12.0 BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Understanding the Old Testament : ' The Historical Books,' by the Rev. H. F. D. Sparks
Rev. H. F. D.
(piano) on gramophone records
The Harmonious Blacksmith (Handel) Papillons (Grieg)
Golliwog's Cake Walk (Debussy)
ENSA show for war-workers from a factory canteen, introduced by Bryan Michie. Mantovani and his Orchestra, with Paula Green. Guest artists. Derek Roy and Halina Victoria
Talk by A. A. Pallis
-Records of Bing Crosby
1.40 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by George Scott Moncriett : ' How- it's done-A bus takes the road '
2.5 WORLD HISTORY FOR JUNIORS. Great stories from the past (Homer's ' Iliad ') : ' The Death of Hector,' by Rhoda Power. How Hephaistos made Achilles a shield and Achilles slew Hector. How Priam begged for his son's body and Achilles called a truce for his enemyis funeral
2.30 orchestral CONCERT. BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Hubert Clifford , who introduces the programme
Debroy Somers and his Band
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Arranged for broadcasting from Lord Tennyson's ' 'Idylls of the King.' Spoken by Felix Aylmer and Audrey Frances. Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
(No. 2). Sgwrs gan Gwilym R. Jones. Dewisir testunau'r sgyrsiau yn y gyfres hon gan v siaradwyr eu hunain.
'The Changeling': story by Berta Lawrence , read by Eileen Molony
Songs by the West View Girls'
' Some West-Country Curiosities ' : talk by F. C. James
National and" Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
New and recent fiction reviewed by Edmond Segrave
From the Empire, Sheffield
5-' Gettings things done through voluntary bodies.' When do voluntary societies become vested interests? What can a voluntary body do that the State cannot? Questions like these are raised in an impromptu discussion by speakers with first-hand knowledge of voluntary organisations, including Mrs. M. A. Hamilton , author of a' pamphlet on British Trade Unions, and W. D. Hogarth , Secretary for the Council of British Societies for Relief Abroad. In the chair, Maurice Webb
Mrs. M. A.
with Derek Roy; 'The Memoirs of Andre d'Arnell,' a weekly detective problem featuring Keneth Kent and Linden Travers, written by Francis Durbridge; 'With a Star and a Song'; Maudie Edwards; Richard Murdoch in 'Puzzle Corner'; Mr. Gillie Potter is condescendingly informative; 'The Hall of Fame,' to which famous personalities of stage, screen, and radio are summoned (by arrangement with Leonard Urry), featuring Dick Francis as the Major-Domo. The Singing Commeres, the Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced .by Harry S. Pepper
Celia Johnson , Barry Morse , Hubert Gregg , and Alan Wheat ley in ' RUPERT OF HENTZAU '
Anthony Hope 's famous novel adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe , and produced by Peter Creswell
Fritz von Tarlenheim:
Rupert of Hentzau:
Helga von Tarlenheim:
Anton von Strolsing:
and his Orchestra, with Doreen Stephens and Helen Ward