Exercises for men and women
Today's entries include gramophone records of music by Cesar Franck and works conducted by Walter Damrosch
' The Word of God to his People ': readings from the Old Testament
Programme Parade followed by THE KITCHEN FRONT
Mrs. Buggins (Mabel Constanduros )
A talk on etiquette in the 1850s, by Walter D. Wright
Introductory music Prayer
New every morning (A. and M. 4; S.P. 31. omitting vv. 4 and 5; C.H. 259. vv. 2, 3, 4, 6, 8: Tune, Melcombe)
Prayers: The Prayer for God's Presence: the Lord's Prayer
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go (A. and M. 8. omitting v. 2: S.P. 29, omitting v. 2: C.H. 651, omitting v.2: Tune, Angel's Song, as in S.P.)
Choral Preludes: Don festive garments. 0 my soul : Come God. Creator. Holy Ghost. (Gramophone records)
from page 13 of ' New Every Morning.' and page 26 of ' Each Returning Day.' We thank thee. Lord. for. this fair earth: Psalm 148: St. Mark 2. v. 23-3, v. 6; Teach me, my God and King
Robin Richmond and his Sextet
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR INFANTS, by Ann Driver
11.20 senior history I. Britain and her neighbours. ' Oliver Cromwell ': a country squire rules England in troubled times, by Robert Gittings
11.40 FOURTH FORM FEATURES. ' Sparing us Pain': the story of anaesthetics
Conductor. Capt. George S. Howard. Programme of music in honour of President Roosevelt's birthday. (BBC recording)
Capt. George S.
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
George Blake reviews the month
I YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh Schools). Rhigwm a Chan: cyfres gan Huld-ih Bassett i blant tua 7 oed 3-' Chwaraeon ': Defnyddir caneuon fel 'Brest Pen Coed,' ' Ffermdy Pen y Mynydd.' ac ' Y Pren ar y Bryn,' gyda symudiadau
2.10 HOW THINGS BEGAN. 'Real Man becomes a Skilled Hunter.' by Rhoda Power : how Aurignacian man hunted the swift game of the cold grasslands. 4)
2.35 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Dramatic reading: ' She stoops to Conquer,' by Oliver Goldsmith. Part 2
BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins
from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge
Antiphon: Lord, we beseech thee (Batten)
Versicles and Responses (Tomkins)
First Lesson: Genesis 7. vv. 7-15
Magnificat (Nicholson, in D flat)
Second Lesson: Romans 2. vv. 1-11
Nunc dimittis (Nicholson, in D flat)
Creed and Collects
Jesu. grant me this, I pray (Gibbons-Bairstow)
' Grown-ups Primer of English History,' introduced by Roy Ploml. ey
' The Great Water': 3-the story of the Mississippi and its music. written by Charles Chilton and Denis Preston ' Bryan Michie 'phones the Stars '
-this week. Pat Burke
' Orchestras of the World': No. 11
—The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Programme edited by Frederick Piflard
(Welsh Children's Hour). Chwedl a Chan'—' Yn gynt na'r Wennol': stori i'r plant lleiaf, gan J. Lloyd Woodhouse: Recordiau wedi'u dewis gan Arwel Hughes ; Mai Jones wrth y piano
' Mrs. Mugwoppety': story for younger listeners by Kathleen Lee , told by May E. Jenkins (Elizabeth)
' One Man Band.' Elton Hayes. who has several times broadcast songs to a guitar, recalls his boyhood efforts with a one-stringed fiddle, a violin, a banjo, and a guitar, all four of which you hear.
4-This week an Indian view from India: Sir Sultan Ahmed. Member of the Viceroy's Council in charge of Information and Broadcasting.
' Where are You From ? ' Written by Hugh Chain , produced by John Becker. Narrator, Milton Bacon. Listeners hear of the typical, American's interest in his neighbours and his instinctive wander-lust.
Olga Haley (contralto); Max Restal (violin): Franz Osborne (piano)
with Polly Ward and Gene Gerrard featuring ' Unswinging the Jazz Classics ; ' Wives of Famous Men';
' New Songs for Old ; ' Going County.' Choral arrangements and direction by Max Saunders. BBC Revue Chorus, and the augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black. Script by Polly Ward , Gene Gerrard. and Henrik Ege. Produced by Eric Fawcett
with impromptu answers to listeners' questions: Commander A. B. Campbell , Sir George Dyson (Director of the Royal College of Music), Emanuel Shinwell , M.P.. Mrs. Mavis Tate , M.P., a doctor (preventive and social medicine). Question - Master, Donald McCullough.
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 Gladys Ripley (contralto), Winifred Davey and Eric Gritton (two pianos), and the BBC Theatre Chorus. Conductor, Stanford-Robinson.
The programme includes Johann Strauss 's waltz At the Court Ball' and a selection from ' Show Boat,' by Jerome Kern
' To keep vigil with our men '
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Lennox Berkeley 's ' Divertimento in B flat' was one of several works commissioned bv the BBC in '1942 for chamber orchestra. It is scored for double woodwind, two horns, two trumpets, one trombone, timpani, and strings. There are four movements: the first, allegro moderato, is a kind of prelude and is followed by the slow movement which bears the subr title Nocturne. The third movement is a Scherzo written to the classical pattern with a Trio and a repeat of the Scherzo in slightly modified form. The last movement is a Rondo. The work is on the whole light in spirit and clear in texture, its object being, as suggested by the title, to entertain.
and his Band, with Helen Mack. John Silver , apd the Modernaires