Exercises for men: Coleman Smith. Exercises for women: May Brown.
Today's entries include records of music by Auber and Delius and excerpts from ' The Beggar's Opera '
' The Word of God to His People': readings from the Old Testament
'THE AMATEUR HANDYMAN '
W. P. Matthew talks to housewives
and his Mazurka Orchestra, with Leoni Zifado.
Talk by Guy L. Wilson
Mixed choice of records, with Berlioz's overture. Roman Carnival
from page 105 of "New Every Morning", and page 24 of "Each Returning Day". Fight the good fight; Psalm 11; St. Mark 2, vv. 33-22; O for a closer walk with God
and his Five Pennies, on records
SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman
Shallow Brown; We'll haul the bowlin' (sea shanties)
11.20 Science and Gardening: 'Lime for your Garden.' by Alan Peacock and Eric Hobbis
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver ,
12.0 Bible Talks for Sixth Forms: Understanding the Old Testament: 'The Tabernacle'
(piano), on gramophone records
Pastorale e Capriccio (Domenico
Rondo a capriccio (Beethoven)
ENSA show introduced bf Bryan Michie. Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders (with Harry Brooker , Alan Kane , and Esm6 Lee) and Charles Ernesco .and his Sextet
Talk by Stephen Kirby
' Old Chelsea,' on gramophone records
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by John R. Allan : The Roman Camp '
2.5 WORLD HISTORY. Great stories from the past. Heroic Tales from the Irish Bards, by Rhoda Power. No. 3-' The Passing of Cormac '
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT. BBC Northern Orchestra. Introduced by the conductor. Ronald Biggs
Stanley Black and the Dance Orchestra
on gramophone records
Overture: The Flying Dutchman
(Wagner): London Philharmonic Orchestra
Farlaf's Rondo (Ruslan and Ludmilla: Glinka): Zhuravlenko (bass), with the Leningrad State Opera Orchestra
Symphony No. 4, in A minor
(Sibelius): London Philharmonic Orchestra
Symphonic Dance, No. 4 (Grieg):
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra
Lines from Canto 3 of Lord Byron's poem. read by Valentine Dyall.
Trafodaeth ar ragolygon dlwydiannol y .Gogledd. (Discussion in Welsh)
Story: 'Mr. Scattergood's Carrots,' by Meryon Vance , told by ' Mac
'Down North,' another adventure in Arctic Canada, by Tony Onraet
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' New and Recent Biography,' by Edmond Segrave
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult. Anthony Pini (cello)
3— ' The Mediterranean.' Is the Mediterranean the centre or the boundary of Europe? How important is it as a highway of the British Empire? What is the future of the Mediterranean countrles-and of Italy in particular? These questions are discussed in a talk written by Elizabeth Munro , with Adrian Thomas acting as questioner, and European speakers as special witnesses
with Joan Winters and Gene Crowley; Elsie and Doris Waters ('Gert and Daisy'); 'With a Star and a Song'; Jeanne de Casalis; Richard Murdoch in 'Puzzle
Corner'; Barbara Mullen in another adventure of the little Irish Leprechaun; 'May We Introduce?' (by arrangement with Leonard Urry ): interviewer, Ronald Waldman. The Singing Commeres, Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
When the News is followed by a War Report and this involves programme alterations, these will be announced at the microphone
being an exact and impartial presentation of the Proceedings of the High Court of Justice erected by Act of the Commons of England, for the Trying and Judging of Charles Stuart , King of England. Begun on Saturday, the twentieth day of January 1649. Ended on Saturday, the twenty-seventh day of January 1649
Prologue: Touching the Constitution and Authority of the Court
Interlude: The King journeys to Westminster and the Court prepares
The Trial: The Proceedings of the High Court of Justice
Also. Hugh Peters , a Puritan Divine; Algernon Sydney , a Republican; Sir Purback Temple , a Loyalist: Henry Marten , Newson, Axtell, Downes. Wanton, Members of the Court; An Officer commanding the Escort. A Crier, Supporters of both parties, etc. Programme compiled by Peter Cres well. Produced .by Martyn C. Webster and Peter Creswell. (First broadcast on February 1, 1934)
Charles Stuart, King of England:
Bradshaw, President of the Court:
Dendy Sergeant at Arms:
General Oliver Cromwell:
John Cook of Gray's Inn. Counsel to prosecute the Kmg:
The Clerk to the Court:
Piano Sonata, in D minor. Op. 3 No. 2 played by Clifford Curzon
with- his Orchestra, and artists