Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women: May Brown
Today's entries include gramophone records of music by Ambroise Thomas and Roy Harris
W. G. Moore
Talk for housewives, by Ruth Drew
' The Centenary of a Man of Wit ' ; talk by William Beattie
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is Tchaikovsky's Fantasy Overture. Romeo and Juliet, played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Serge Koussevitzky
from page 21 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 48 of ' Each Returning Day.' All as God wills; Psalm 86, vv. 1-12; St. Mark 6, w. 1-6; Father. who on man dost shower
and his Orchestra, with Sally Doug las, Len Camber. Johnny Green , Alan Grant , Archie Lewis , and Three Boys and a Girl
SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wise-man.
Who would true valour see (hymn)
Time for us to leave her (sea shanty) Aikin Drum (nonsense song)
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING: 'The Garden Frame.' by Alan Peacock.
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver
12.0 BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Understanding the Old Testament: 'God's Activity in History,' by Dr. T. H. Robinson
Dr. T. H.
playing piano music of Chopin. (Gramophone records)
Ballade No. 3, Op. 47; Tarantelle
ENSA show from a troop concentration somewhere in the South, introduced by Bryan Michie. Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra. Guest artist. Stainless Stephen
Talk by Harold Crook
Selections from ' New Moon,' on gramophone records
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by John R. Allan : 'St. Annat's Abbey'
2.5 world HISTORY. Great stories from the past. ' Charles the Great and his Paladins.' by Silvia Goodall : No. 2-. The Horn of Roland.'
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. D6h-nányi's 'Variations on a Nursery Tune ': illustrated talk by Harry Platts
2.50 MUSIC BROADCAST FOR OLDER PUPILS: Brahms's Academic Festival Overture. (Gramophone records)
Ralph Wilson and his Dance Orchestra
Conductor Ian Whyte
Selections from his historical poem, ' Annus Mirabilis or ' The Year of Wonders. 166&/ : read by Hugh Burden
Darlleniad o ganeuon o waith bechgyn sy'n awr yn y LIuoedd Arfog. Heddiw, cerddi o waith Dillwyn Miles. (Verse-reading in Welsh)
' George — or the Adventure of a Goldfish,' a true story by Eileen Underwood , told by May Jenkin (' Elizabeth ')
' Music at Random,' by Helen
' Down North.' Tony Onraet continues his adventures in the Canadian Arctic
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' Literature Knows No Class': prose and poetry from forge and farm. Talk by Dr. Albert Mans bridge, C.H.
played by Harry Fryer and his Orchestra, with Sylvia Welling (soprano), and Sidney Burchall (baritone)
5—' The Storm Centre.' The main storm centre of Europe for centuries has been the area inhabited by peoples of Germanic origin. What are the essential facts which have made this area the storm centre? This question is answered by Lindley Fraser , a regular broadcaster in the European Services of the BBC. Adrian Thomas is the questioner
with Billy Guest; Elsie and Doris Waters ('Gert and Daisy'); 'With a Star and a Song'; Ronald Frankau; 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
followed by War Report or a topical talk
played by principals of the BBC Symphony Orchestra
Poems, Dorset and English, by William Bames , chosen and discussed by Geoffrey Grigson , and read by Marius Goring and Mary O'Farrell
Light music arranged and played by Jack Byfleld and his Players, with James Bell at the organ. (BBC recording)