Exercises for men and women
Gramophone records of excerpts from The Trojans .
' Take an onion ... ' by Mrs. Arthur Webb
and hrs Orchestra
Waldteufel in the Ballroom Tunes of the Times
' The Isle of Mull in Wartime,' by Emma Menzies
' Visit to a Bagpipe-Maker's ' by Zita Dundas and Andrew Ross
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer
Holy, holy, holy. 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)
The Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski , on records
from page 73 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 64 of ' Each Returning Day.' Lo. God is here! Psalm 57; Acts 14, vv. 19-27. Jerusalem the golden
Debroy Somers and his Band
and Robert Easton (bass)
The BBC Chorus: conductor, Leslie Woodgate. Dale Smith , (baritone)
with Leon Godssens (oboe), Trefor Jones (tenor), and Felton Rapley at the theatre organ. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson.
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory in Britain
'Fighting Methods in Burma': Lt.-Col. Hingston, introduced by MacDonald Hastings
with his Orchestra, and artists
HOW THINGS BEGAN: 'Family Life among the Ape-Men,' by Honor Wyatt.
on gramophone records
Pas de deux (Baiser de la Fee:
Stravinsky): London Philharmonic Orchestra
Dante Sonata (Liszt—Lambert) :
Louis Kentner (piano) and the Sadler's Wells Orchestra
Danse générale (Daphnis and Chloe:
Ravel): Philadelphia Orchestra
Harold" Collins and his Orchestra
from Lichfield Cathedral
Versicles and Responses Psalm 65
First Lesson: from Isaiah 25
Magnificat (Noble, in B minor) Second Lesson: from 1 Peter 2
Nunc dimittis (Noble, in B minor)
Creed and Collects
Thee, Lord, before the close of day
(H. Balfour Gardiner )
On Jordan's bank (A. and M. 50, vv. 1-4)
Organist, Ambrose Porter
Lionel Gamlin and Roy Plomley review some of this month's new records
'The Mood and the Music,' introduced by Josephine Wilson
Charles Chilton's Jazz Corner presents Django Reinhardt
Orchestras of the World: No. 6: The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
'Broadway Melody,' a radio burlesque written by Roy Plomley, with Diana Lincoln, Macdonald Parke, and John Slater
Programme edited by Pat Osborne
Programme edited by:
(Welsh Children's Hour). ' Si6n y Bodiau ' : ': drama gyfres newydd gan Gwilym R. Jones. 4—' Y Bych '
Mary Lake sings some folk songs and a group of songs by British composers
Rosamond Barnes tells a story for younger ones, ' Fur and Feather.' by Ruth Honour
A talk of current interest
6—' Playing the Recorder ': Carl Dolmetsch gives practical hints on the playing of the recorder, its repertoire, etc. Illustrations by members of the Dolmetsch family and Joseph Saxby (harpsichord)
Conductor: Ian Whyte
Written and produced by Max Kester ; with Maudie Edwards , Hugh French , and a famous visitor. The Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black
with impromptu answers to listeners' questions: Lord Elton, Commander C. B. Fry , Lieut.-Commander R. T. Gould , Lord
Samuel, and A. Murray Stephen (Clyde engineer' and shipbuilder). Question-Master, Geoffrey Crow ther.
When the News is followed by a War Report and this involves programme alterations, these will be announced at the microphone
BBC Theatre Orchestra, with Irene Eisinger (soprano), Harry Isaacs and York Bowen (two pianos), and the BBC Theatre Chorus: conductor, Stanford Robinson.
The Operetta selection is from Die Fledermaus (The Bat), by Johann Strauss
' To keep vigil with our men '
Record programme of French artists including Jean Sablon, Mireille, Yvette Guilbert, Pills et Tabet, and Josephine Baker. Introduced by Lilian Duff
and his Band, featuring Dorothy Carless