Exercises for men and women
Gramophone records of his Overture to ' Euryanthe ' and Concertstiick for piano
1 Mrs. Buggins ' (Mabel Constanduros )
Talk on a country Christmas in Norway, by Kirsten Summers
Prayer o come, all ye faithful (A. and M. 59, omitting v. 2: S.P. 78. w. 1, 6, 7; C.H. 55. first form. omitting v. 2: Tune, Adeste fldeles)
Introduction to Christmas music:
See amid the winter snow (Schools join in the refrain only: Tune, Humility)
Cradle Song (Byrd), sung by the BBC Singers
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (sung by all: A. and M. 62: S.P. 82; C.H. 42: Tune, Winchester Old)
Prayers: The Prayer for Home: the Lord's Prayer
Hark, the herald angels sing (A. and M. 60: S.P. 74; C.H. 46: Tune, Mendelssohn)
Symphony No. 33. in B flat (K.319), on gramophone records
from page 101 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 16 of ' Each Returning Day.' Metrical Psalm 93: Psalm 19, vv. 7-15; Acts" 17, vv. 22-33; Give light, 0 Lord
' The Organ, the Dance Band. and Me ': Billy Thorburn and his Music, with Robinson Cleaver at the organ.
with Victoria Sladen (soprano)
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
Conductor, Arthur O. Pearce
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
A sidelight on the Burma campaign, by Lieut.-Col. P. R. Nightingale.
Introduced by Spike Hughes
These programmes bring you month by month the changing facets of the rural scene. Countrymen and women are brought to the microphone to speak about their lives and work
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas , Len Camber , Johnny Green , Alan Grant , Archie Lewis , Three Boys and a Girl
Harry Pell and his Orchestra
from Lichfield Cathedral
Versicles and Responses Psalm 98
First Lesson: from Isaiah 38
Magnificat (Stanford, in B flat) Second Lesson: from I John 2
Nunc dimittis (Stanford in B flat) Creed and Collects
0 thou. the central orb (Charles
Hark the glad sound! (A. and M. 53) Organist, Ambrose Porter
' Records That Speak For Themselves': programme written by B. M. Lytton-Edwards
Bryan Michie ' Rings the Stars '-this week, Pat Kirkwood
' Tiger, Tiger': Roy Plpmley tells you all 'about that famous tune
' Music in King's Chapel, Cambridge,' by A. vatt King
Programme edited by Frederick Piffard
(Welsh Children's Hour). ' Gloria in Excelsis': drama gan Kitchener Davies
' Stuff and Nonsense' Funfare on the air. concocted by Muriel Levy , with Doris Gambell , Violet Carson , Wilfred Pickles, Muriel Levy , Nan, and Freddie Allen as guest artist
Talk on the women of Thackeray and Dickens, by St. John Ervine.
' Americans are Joiners.' Written by Fairfax Downey. Produced by John Becker. Narrator, Milton Bacon. What is a joiner? In the sense used by Americans he is someone who' joins business clubs and social organisations. Here is a programme on the social life of the business man in the big cities and small towns of America
played by the Zorian String Quartet
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 : ' A Doctor'. (preventive and social medicine),' Professor W. J. Gruffydd M.P ,., Dr. C. E. M. Joad , C. H. Middleton, and Bertrand Russell, F.R.S ,. Question-Master, Donald McCullough
Professor W. J.
Dr. C. E. M.
BBC Theatre Orchestra, with Dennis Noble (baritone), Winifred Davey and Eric Gritton (two pianos), and the BBC Theatre Chorus: conductor, Stanford Robinson
The operetta selection is from ' The Street Singer,' by Fraser-Simson
' To keep vigil with our men
Radio feature on London's riverside clock, the most famous clock in the world. Written and produced by Peter Eton , with incidental music by Charles Williams. Cast includes Malcolm McEachern , Frank Phillips ,
Sergeant John Kerr (U.S.A.), Marjorie Forrest , and members of the BBC Repertory Company.
and his Orchestra, with Gwen Jones , Leslie Douglas , and John Lewis