Exercises for men and women .
Gramophone records of his harpsichord suites, played by Wanda Landowska
Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Lichfield
followed by THE KITCHEN FRONT
'Christmas Pudding,' by a Ministry of Food cook
from a selection of records
Praver and the Lord's Prayer
Holy, holy, holv. Lord God almighty
(A. and M. 160; S.P. 187; C.H. 1: Tune, Nicaea)
Jesus, good above all other (S.P. 540:
Tune, Quem pastores)
Prayers: The Prayer of Thanksgiving Rejoice! the Lord is king (A. and M.
202: S.P. 632; C.H. 135. omitting v. 5: Tune, Gopsal)
and his Players
Clarice Mayne's Songs
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd: cytres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 53 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 58 of ' Each Returning Day.' I heard the voice of Jesus say: Psalm 121: Acts 13, vv. 44-52; Thine arm. 0 Lorla, id days of old was strong to heal and save
Conductor. Leslie Woodgate
'First-Aid in the Home,' by a family 'doctor
FOR UNDER-SEVENS: Let's join in-the Nativity Play. Two carols are sung —' Rocking' and ' Once in royal David's city '
11.20 WHEN WE STARTED WORK-11 ' Finding our Feet': a summing-up of the series by Margery Fry
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Some modern techniques of social investigation: 9— 'New Pathways in Social Study, by Charles Madge : a social scientist sums up and looks to the future p
ENSA show for war-workers, introduced by Bryan Michie. Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra. Guest artist. Billy Russell
(arranged in collaboration with ENSA). BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Maurice Johnstone
TRAVEL TALKS. Round the Mediterranean : ' Gibraltar and Malta,' by Douglas Young and Eileen Bigland
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH. Programme pour Noel : La Fete de Noel en famille,' with Jean-Jacques Oberlin , Marie Touchard , Robert Tayar , Yvonne Oberlin , Collette Dionchon , Yvonne Coulette. and Denis Maguire
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. ' A Christmas Carol,' by Charles Dickens , adapted by Rhoda Power. Part 3—' Scrooge Wakes Up'
Stanley Black and the Dance Orchestra
Peter Pears (tenor); Geoffrey Gilbert (flute); Evelyn Rothwelf (oboe d'amore); Hirsch String Quartet; John Ticehurst (harpsichord)
' Hidden Treasure': another reminiscence of Charley Brown by Bernard Wetherall. read bv the author
' Comedy Caravan.' with Gary Moore , Georgia Gibbs, and Roy Bargy and his Orchestra.
(News and topical talks in Welsh)
5.0 Newyddion y Dydd 5.5 Newyddion o'r Senedd gan Moelwyn Hughes 5.10 ' Yr Wythnos yng Nghymru,' gan R. J. Rowlands (Meuryn)
5.15 ' Gair I Gael': sgwrs amserol gan feddyg
' The Magic Bed-Knob,' or how to become a witch, in three easy lessons, by Mary Norton. Adapted by Peter Watts and produced by Josephine Plummer. Part 1— 'How It All Started,' with Margaret Rutherford
(by permission of Tom Arnold), Patricia Fox , Patricia Hayes. Sheila Maloney , Dora Gregory , and Molly Rankin
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' Sylvia Schweppe , from South Africa, talks about entertaining in wartime; a woman doctor discusses preparation for marriage; Marian Cutler deals with questions by Servicemen's wives
Special Tommy Handley Night, hindered and abetted by members of the. ITMA company; several sound problems, and two musical problems played by the R.A.F. ' Skyrockets ' Dance Orchestra, directed by Corporal Paul Fenoulhet (by permission of the Air Officer Commanding). 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 on page 5)
Gareth Morris (flute) and Nina Milkina (piano)
Radio version of the Ealing Studios film, adapted by Rhoderick Walker Radio score by Jack Beaver. Produced by Tom Ronald
Also taking part are Olivia Burleigh , Fred Yule , and Gilchrist Stewart. The Revue Chorus, and BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Alan Crooks.
The Great Vance:
The Duke of Petworth:
Talks and discussions on Full Employment and its effect on industry at home and abroad
3—' Objections Raised '
G. D. N. Worswick undertakes to defend his views against some of his critics
G. D. N.
Produced by Robert Kemp. (BBC recording)
Major Eric Linklater , also a Scot, and a novelist and historian of distinction, adds his tribute to this week's commemoration of the death, fifty years ago, of Robert Louis Stevenson
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas. Len Camber. 'Johnny Green , Alan Grant , Archie Lewis , and Three Boys and a Girl