Exercises for men and women
Gramophone records of music inspired by Shakespeare
Programme Parade followed by THE KITCHEN FRONT
' Chocolate Chip Cookies.' by Trudy Bliss
of these gramophone records
O come, all ye faithful (A. and M. 59, omitting v. 2: S.P. 78. vv. 1. 6, 7; C.H. 55, first form, omitting v. 2
Introduction to Christmas music:
See amid the winter snow (Tune.
Cradle Song (Byrd), sung by the BBC Singers
While shepherds watched their flocks bv night (A. and M. 62; S.P. 82; tfH. 42)
Prayers: The Prayer for Home; the Lord's Prayer
Hark! the herald angels sing (A. and M. 60; S.P. 74; C.H. 46)
Directed by Jack Hardy
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd: cyfres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 85 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 10 of ' Each Returning Day.' Thy kingdom come. 0 God; Psalm 67: Acts 16. vv. 25-39: Eternal ruler of the ceaseless round
sung by Jean Broadley
' My Day's Work,' by a health visitor; 'Coughing and Sneezing,' by a doctor
Conducted by Captain F. VivianDunn, M.V.O ., Director of Music, Royal Marines
Tunes that live for ever, on records
An ENSA show from a troop concentration somewhere in the South, introduced by Bryan Michie. Lou Preager and his Band. Guest artists, Leonard Henry and Dorothy Carless
Music of the sunny South, played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold , with Sam Costa , and the Albert Sandler Trio
A combined ABC All-Services orchestral operation from the stage of the. Queensberry All-Services Club, London. with the U.S. Navy Band, conducted by Sam Donahue ; the Canada Show Band, conducted by Captain Robert Farnon ; and the R.A.F. Dance Orchestra, conducted by Sergeant Jimmy Miller. M.C. , Lieutenant Charmian Sansom , C.W.A.C. Producer, Pat Dixon.
played by John Shinebourne -
Wally Chapman and his Band
from the 13th to the 18th century. C. H. Trevor (organ); Malcolm Arnold (trumpet); Dennis Brain (horn): George Maxted (trombone); Renaissance Singers. Conductor, Michael Howard
' love you, I love you, I love you,' by Ludwig Bemelmans , read by Howard Marion Crawford
' 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
5.10 ' Yr Wythnos yng Nghymru '
5.15 Sgwrs amserol
'The Magic Bed-Knob,' by Mary Norton. Adapted in three parts by Peter Watts and produced by Josephine Plummer. Part 2— ' Adventure in London'
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
This week Hilary Page discusses 'Personality '; Moya Woodside talks about ' Women in Blinkers'; David Boyle describes Burma as he knew it: and Mary Ferguson answers problems sent to her by women war-workers
Excerpt from the operettta by Johann Strauss , orchestrated by Erich Korngold. Book by Lesley Storm and lyrics by Dudley Glass. Presented by Jay Pomeroy and directed by Leontine -Sagan. Cast includes Daria Bayan , Henry Wendon , Jerry Venro , Eric Star ling, Dennis Bowen , Heather Boys , George Howe , Norman
, Macowan, Josephine Yorke , Lawrence Barclay, Huguette Vivers , and.Eric Brock. Orchestra under the direction of Mark H. Lubbock. From the Cambridge Theatre, London.
Conductor, Ian Whyte
7—' Britain and World Markets': Britain's overseas trade problems, with particular reference to the possible effects of economic events in the U.S.A., discussed between G. D. N. Worswick , N. G. Champler TAustralian) and Wilmott Ragsdale (American)
G. D. N.
When the News is followed by a War Report and this involves programme alterations, these will be announced at the microphone
2-' The Origin of Species.' by Charles Darwin. Including How the idea began and How the book was received. With Sir Cedric Hardwicke as Charles Darwin. Material supplied by James Fisher. Programme written and produced by Stephen Potter
Quartet in E flat (K.493) played by the London Belgian Piano Quartet