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: NEWS

Programme Parade

: THE DAILY DOZEN

Exercises for men: Coleman Smith Exercises for women: May Brown.

Contributors

Unknown: Coleman Smith

: This Week's Composer

WEBER
Gramophone records of excerpts from ' Der Freischiitz ' and overture to 'Peter Schmoll '

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Schmoll

: NEWS Programme Parade followed by ' THE AMATEUR HANDYMAN'

W. P. Matthew talks to housewives

Contributors

Talks: P. Matthew

: JACK LEON

and his Orchestra.

: ULSTER FAMILY ALBUM'

Elsie Patton talks about her forebears, the Watters of Newtowsards, County Down

Contributors

Talks: Elsie Patton

: MONDAY-MORNING MEDLEY

Mixed choice of records. The high spot is the Finale to Act 2 from Johann Strauss's ' Die Fledermaus' (The Bat), sung by the Covent Garden Opera Company, accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra

: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page 37 of New Every Morning' and page 14 of Each Returning Day.' 0 happy band of pilgrims; Psalm 130; Acts 17, vv. 10-21; Son of God, eternal Saviour

: JACK PA.YNE

with his Orchestra, and artists

: PIANO AND BARITONE

Gramophone records of Louis Kentner and John Brownlee

Contributors

Unknown: John Brownlee

: SCOTTISH C.W.S. BAND

Conductor, Harry Mileman

Contributors

Conductor: Harry Mileman

: Break for Music

An ENSA show from the Merchant Navy Club, London, introduced by Bryan Michie. Geraldo and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas, Len Camber, and Johnny Green. Guest artist. Ted Ray

Contributors

Introduced By: Bryan Michie.
Unknown: Sally Douglas
Unknown: Len Camber
Unknown: Johnny Green.
Unknown: Ted Ray

: REPAIRING LONDON

A bricklayer gives his views: L. C. Merrion

Contributors

Unknown: L. C. Merrion

: JOHN BLORE

and his Orchestra

: SCUNTHORPE MALE VOICE CHOIR

Conductor, Denman Leeman

Contributors

Conductor: Denman Leeman

: ' TOP-O'-THE-BILL'

Variety on records

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

George Scott-Wood 's Accordion Band

Contributors

Unknown: George Scott-Wood

: BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Julius Harrison

Contributors

Conducted By: Julius Harrison

: REGINALD FOORT

at the theatre organ

: WALTER DE LA MARE

Lines from his narrative poem ' The Owl,' read by Bernadette Hodgson

Contributors

Read By: Bernadette Hodgson

: 'NADOLIG'

Stori radio gan Islwyri Williams. (Story in Welsh)

Contributors

Unknown: Islwyri Williams.

: CHILDREN'S HOUR

' Dulce Domum' a story from Kenneth Grahame 's ' Wind in the Willows,' told by Derek McCulloch ('Mac ')
Olive Shapley visits ' The New York
Annual Rodeo ' and records her impressions for children over here

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Grahame
Told By: Derek McCulloch
Unknown: Olive Shapley

: NEWS

National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary

: BOOK TALK

' The English character as reflected in literature,' by Desmond MacCarthy

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond MacCarthy

: BBC ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Clarence Raybould. Florence Hooton (cello)
(First broadcast performance)
Scenes and Dances from The Three-
Cornered Hat (new version)...Falla
William Busch's Cello Concerto was first performed in public at the BBC Promenade Concerts in 1943. William Busch, who is now over forty years of age. has distinguished himself as a pianist but is not so well known as a composer. Born in London, he studied composition for some time in Berlin, and on his return to England continued under Alan Bush, John Ireland, and. Bernard van Dieren. His Cello Concerto has an interesting characteristic in tonality, for each movement begins in G minor and ends in the major key

Contributors

Conducted By: Clarence Raybould.
Cello: Florence Hooton

: ' Getting Things Dane '—12 'MAKING THE MACHINE WORK'

Listeners have had eleven broadcasts on ' How to get things done.' Well, is it possible to get things done with existing methods of government? If not, what is wrong with the methods? These questions are discussed tonight

: Monday Night at Eight

with Jack and Daphne Barker ; ' The Memoirs of Andre D'Arnell ' -a detective problem featuring Keneth Kent and Linden Travers , written by Francis Durbridge ; '' With a Star and a Song '; Jack Train ; Richard. Murdoch in ' Puzzle Corner'; Mabel Constanduros (Grandma Buggins); 'May We
Introduce ...? (by arrangement with Leonard Urry ): interviewer, Ronald Waldman. The Singing Commères, Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper

Contributors

Unknown: Daphne Barker
Unknown: Andre D'Arnell
Unknown: Keneth Kent
Unknown: Linden Travers
Written By: Francis Durbridge
Unknown: Jack Train
Unknown: Richard. Murdoch
Unknown: Mabel Constanduros
Arrangement With: Leonard Urry
Interviewer: Ronald Waldman.
Unknown: Charles Shadwell.
Produced By: Harry S. Pepper

: Gladys Young and

James McKechnie in 'GHOSTS' by Henrik Ibsen. Radio version by Lance Sieveking , based on William Archer 's translation. Produced by Val Gielgud

Contributors

Unknown: James McKechnie
Unknown: Henrik Ibsen.
Unknown: Lance Sieveking
Unknown: William Archer
Produced By: Val Gielgud
Mrs Alving: Gladys Young
Oswald Alving: James McKechnie
Pastor Manders: Richard Williams
Jacob Engstrand: William Trent
Regina Engstrand: Belle Chrystall

: BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA

Conductor, Stanford Robinson

Contributors

Conductor: Stanford Robinson








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