Exercises for men: Coleman Smith Exercises for women: May Brown
Today's entries include records by Myra Hess and Caruso, and music by Handel and Tartini
Talk for housewives, by Ruth Drew
Talk by Professor B. A. Fletcher
Professor B. A.
Mixed choice of records, including the Russian song ' Young Birch Tree ' and Tchaikovsky's variations on it
from page 17 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 12 of ' Each Returning Day.' New every morning: Psalm 146; St. Mark 9, w. 2-10; For the beauty of the earth
and Orchestra, on gramophone records
SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wise -man
Strawberry Fair (English folk song) Oh dear! what can the matter be?
(English traditional song)
Widdicombe Fair (English folk song)
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING: 'Seeds and Seedlings, by Alan Peacock.
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver
12.0 BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Understanding the Old Testament: ' The Exile in Babylon,' by Professor H. H. Row. ey
playing Beethoven's Thirty-Two Variations in C minor for piano. (Gramophone records)
ENSA show from a factory canteen. introduced by Bryan Michie. Harry Leader and his Orchestra. Guests. Peter Sinclair and Lorna Martin
Talk before St. David's Day. by Principal Emrys Evans
Incidental music to Mary Rose ,' on gramophone records
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland). by John R. Allan : 'The Town of Inveralt'
2.5 WORLD HISTORY. Great stories from the past. ' The First King Haakon ': 1—' How Haakon was given his name and became Athelstan's fosterling '
2.30 CONCERT FOR SCHOOLS. The English Singers. Joan and Valerie Trim ble (pianos). Introduced by John Horton
Stanley Black and the Dance Orchestra
on gramophone records
Aux étoiles (Duparc): Paris Conservatoire -Orchestra
Symphony No. 2, in E minor (Rachmaninoff): Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Air de Ballet (Zemire et Azor:
Grétry): London Philharmonic Orchestra
'The Gold Hesperidee' and 'The Witch of Coos,' read by Gladys Young, Julian Somers and Preston Lockwood
Y tro yma telir ymweliad ag Aberdaron.
' Pookhie the Kitten,' a story by Ada Harrison , told by Derek McCulloch (' Mac ')
' The Legend of Tamara,' told as an imaginary ballet by Spike Hughes , from a story by David Kean
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
New and recent fiction reviewed by Catherine Carswell
Conductor, Ian Whyte
7— ' The People.' Questions on the people, the culture, and the minorities of Europe answered by Dr. Julian Huxley , Professor W. J. Gruffydd , M.P., andDr. Jaroslav Cisar (Czechoslovakia). In the chair, Vernon Bartlett , M.P.
with Daphne and Jack Barker ; Reginald Purdell and Frederick Burtwell in ' Same Time-Same Place '; 'With a Star and a Song'; Alec Pleon ; Richard Murdoch in 'Puzzle Comer'; Barbara Mullen ; 'May We Introduce.... ? ' (by arrangement with Leonard Urry ): interviewer, Ronald Waldman
The Singing Commères, Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra. conducted bv Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
followed by War Report or a topical talk
Narrated radio version of the original musical . comedy by Clifford Grey and Greatrex Newman. Music by Vivian Ellis and Richard Myers , orchestrated by Hal Evans. Additional lyrics by Leo Robin. Radio adaptation by Henrik Ege. Produced by Eric Fawcett
Charles Smart at the novachord. BBC Revue Chorus and augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by Alan Crooks.
Jim Lancaster (the Storyteller):
Sir George Lancaster:
Cello Sonata in A, Op. 69 played by Florence Hooton and Kendall Taylor
Selected by Stephen Potter
and his Orchestra, with Hazel Bray , Julie Dawn , and Alan Kane