Exercises for men and women
SULLIVAN and GERMAN
Gramophone records of German's orchestral music
Rev. G. S. Horner
Rev. G. S.
"Fig Sponge,' by Hilda Whitlow
from a selection of gramophone records
Father, hear the prayer we offer (S.P. 487; Tune. Gott will's machen)
Prayers The Prayer of Thanksgiving: the Lord's Prayer
Take up thy Cross (A. and M. 263, omitting v. 6; S.P. 119. omitting v. 6; C.H. 501; Tune, Breslau)
and his Mazurka Orchestra
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd: cyfres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 77 of 'New Every Morning' and page 34 of 'Each Returning Day.' Crown him with many crowns; Psalm 20: Acts 8, vv 26-40; In Christ there is no East or West
Six poems by A. E. Housman , set to music by George Butterworth , and sung by Richard Lilienfeld (baritone)
Love'iiest of trees
When I was one-and-twenty Look not in my eyes rhink no more, lad rhe lads in their hundreds la my team ploughing?
' Children in Cold Weather ' (ii), -by a family doctor
FOR UNDER-SEVENS: Let's Join in—a programme including Alison Uttley 's Christmas Eve tafc, 'The Weather Cock
11.20 WHEN WE STARTED WORK. No. 9 —' Doing Things Ourselves': choosing "your entertainments and hobbies
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Some modern techniques of social investigation : 7—' The Hawthorns Experiment.' by Professor P. Sargent Florence
F. R. de Carvalho introduces gramophone records of Portuguese folk music
ENSA show for war-workers, introduced by Bryan Michie. Lou Preager and his Orchestra. Guest artists, Bennett and Williams and Mary Naylor
and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Sidney Burchall
TRAVEL TALKS. Round the Mediterranean. ' On the edge of the Syrian Desert,' by Elizabeth Monroe
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Genevieve Reid : ' A la piscine'
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH 1. A Christmas Carol,' by Charles Dickens. Part 1— Scrooge meets MarleyV Ghost and the Spirit of Christmas Past Adapted by Rhoda Power
Charles Smart and the Moonrakers
' The Boy Who Slept,' written by Roy Russell , and read by James Langham.
' Comedy Caravan ': with Gary Moore , Georgia Gibbs, and Roy Bargy
"and his Orchestra. Recorded in America and heard by arrangement with the American Forces Network
(News and topical talks in Welsh)
5.0 Newyddion y. Dydd
5.5 'Yr.Wythnos yng Nghymru ,' gan
E. Morgan Humphreys
5.10 Sgwrs amserol
Maddy Alone': a sequel to 'The
Swish of the Curtain.' by Pamela (Mela) Brown. Part 2—' Maddy, Film Star' with Dorothy Gordon , Mela Brown , Arthur Bush. Peter Sims , Philip Cunningham. Beryl Laverick , and Gladys Spencer
National and Regional announcements . and Scottish News summary
Minnie Pallister in the series ' I would- like to tell you about ....': L.A.C!W. Mary Griffith describes her work as Flight Mechanic in the W.A.A.F. Geoffrev Hoyland gives the second talk on 'The Family Gang'; and Marian Cutler replies to problems Sent to her by Servicemen's wives
with two star problems provided by Olga Lindo (by permission of Una Productions. Ltd.) and Felix Aylmer. and the Western Brothers; four sound problems; two musical problems played by the R.A.F.'s ' Skyrockets ' Dance Orchestra (by permission of the Air Officer Commanding), directed by Corporal Paul Fenoulhet. Introduced by Ronald Waldman and produced by Audrey Cameron , in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund. . Result of the last contest is published on page 5
with the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Alan Crooks.
A free unscripted argument between F. C. Hooper , ex-business man now active in politics, and Michael Foot , Socialist journalist and pamphleteer; with Sir Frederick Whyte holding the ring.
Radio version of the George Black production, played by the cast now appearing at the London Hippodrome. Book by Ronald Gow, adapted from stories by Rhys Davies.
Radio adaptation and production by Vernon Harris.
[Starring] Carole Lynne and Jimmy James
with Baliol Holloway and Mary Waterman
Story told by John Watt
Vincent Tildsley 's Mastersingers and full Chorus
Cranbourn Light Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Debroy Sorners
Adapted from stories by:
Stage production by:
Directed for the stage by:
Radio production by:
Story told by:
Cranbourn Light Symphony
[Orchestra] under the direction of:
Mr Price Watt:
Written by Kenneth Adam. Produced by Laurence Gilliam.
Variations on a theme of Bach:!
Joueurs de flute: Pan; Tityre;
Krishna ; Monsieur de la Péjaudle
and his Sextet, with Dinah Kaye and Gail Paige
and his Rumba Rhythm. (BBS recording)