Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women: May Brown .
EARLY FRENCH MASTERS
Lully, CouperAi, Rameau. Every morning this week gramophone records of their music will be heard at this time. Today: Music from operas of Jean-Baptiste Lully (1639-1687)
Talk describing how your books reach th- Services
Talk by W. H. Bush
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is Ravel's Daphnis- and Chloe Suite No.2, played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Koussevitzky
from page 61 of 'New Every Morning ' and page 38 of ' Each Returning Day.' To Christ, the Prince of peace: Psalm 16; Acts 9. vv. 10-19a; Jesus. Lord, we look to thee
and the Dance Orchestra, with Rita Marlowe , Sid Buckman , and the Prairie Boys
SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman -
Bonnie Dundee (Scots song), The Skye Boat Song (Scots song), Three Crows (student song)
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING: 'Some Indoor Experiments on Soil.' by Alan Peacock
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver: 10 - 'Carols for Christmas
12 noon BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Understanding the Old Testament: 'Prophets of the Return.' by Professor H.H. Rowley
(two pianos), on gramophone records
ENSA show from a military hospital somewhere in the South, introduced by Bryan Michie. Royal Air Force
'Skyrockets' Dance Orchestra. directed by Cpl. Paul Fenoulhet (by permission of the Air Officer Commanding). Guest artist. Inga Andersen
Talk by William Holt.
for RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by George Scott Moncrieff. ' How it's done: the lines are down '
2.5 WORLD HISTORY FOR JUNIORS. Great stories from the past. ' The Wanderings of Odysseus': No. 3-' After the Shipwreck.' by Silvia Goodall. How the maiden Nausicaa took Odysseus to the court of her father Alcinous
2.30 ORCHESTRAL concert SERIES, 'The Strings.' Illustrated talk by Reginald Jacques
2.50 MUSIC BROADCAST FOR OLDER PUPILS. ' The Swan of Tuonela.' by Sibelius. (Gramophone records)
Debroy Somers and his Band
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Passages from George Chapman 's translation of Homer's Odyssey, chosen by Geoffrey Grigson , and read by Howard Marion Crawford
No. 3-Sgwrs gan D. C. Owen. Dewisir testunau wr sgyrsiau yn y gyfres hon gan y siaradwvr eu hunain. (Talk in Welsh)
' The Mist and the Merry-go-Round': play by Dorothy Worsley , with music by Mai Jones
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
New and recent fiction reviewed by Kate O'Brien
A unit of the American Band of the A.E.F., led by Sgt. Mel Powell at the piano.
Gala concert organised by ENSA to open the Marigny Theatre in Paris, with Noel Coward. Frances Day , and Geraldo and his Orchestra. Introduced by Will Hay .
The speakers give their own answers to this question, and go on to examine the possibilities of finding the necessary information. Where can the prdinary citizen get the facts? What must he himself do if his political judgment is to be sound? These questions are discussed by E. F. M. Durbin Maurice Webb. F. C. Hooper "and others
E. F. M. Durbin Maurice
with Roma Milne; 'The Memoirs of Andre d'Amell' - weekly detective problem featuring Keneth Kent and Linden Travers, written by Francis Durbridge; 'With a Star and a Song'; Harry Hemsley; Richard Murdoch in 'Puzzle Corner'; Mr. Gillie Potter; 'May We Introduce...? ' (by arrangement with Leonard Urry): interviewer, Ronald Waldman. The Singing Commeres, the Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
[Starring] Basil Sydney
A dramatic chronicle telling of the invasion of England by the Norman Duke William, and of the tragic end of Harold, last of the Saxon Kings, as recorded in the famous tapestry. Written by Moma Stuart, and produced by Josephine Plummer.
Music chosen and arranged by:
William of Normandy:
Harold, Earl of Wessex:
Odo, Bishop of Bayeux:
Edward the Confessor:
Guy of Ponthleu:
Eustace of Boulogne:
Robert of Mortain:
Stigand of Canterbury:
Quartet in E flat. Op. 125 played by the Aeolian String Quartet