Exercises for men and women
Gramophone records of the Polonaise from Eugene Onegin , and his fantasia, Francesca da Rimini
' Mrs. Buggins ' (Mabel Constanduros )
from a selection of records
Introductory music Praver
Praise to the Lord. the almighty
(A. and M. 657; S.P. 626. omitting v. 4; C.H. 22, omitting v. 4: Tune, Lobe den Herrn)
Prayers: The Prayer for Help: the Lord's Prayer
He who would valiant be (A. and M.
676; S.P. 515; C.H. 576: sung in the S.P. version: Tune. Monk's Gate)
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd: cyfres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 49 of 'New Every Morning ' and page 44 of ' Each Returning Day.' Paraphrase 63; Psalm 112, w. 1-7; St. Luke 12, vv. 49-59; Eternal Father, strong to save
sung by Mary Linde (soprano)
' Modern Sanatorium Nursing,'by a doctor
FOR UNDER-SEVENS: Let's join in— an imaginative tale about a modem machine, ' Choo Choo ,' by Virginia Lee Burton, adapted for broadcasting by Miriam Langdon. Part 2—
We act the story '
11.20 DO YOU KNOW ABOUT ... how things are made? William Holt interviews workers at a stationery factory on the making of an exercise-book. <)
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Mathematics and Life. 5-' Formulae and the Search for Pattern,' by W. W. Sawyer , Mathematical Lecturer. Leicester Technical College
Records of artists with that indefinable' something,' introduced by Sam Heppner
ENSA show on the occasion of the opening of a new NAAFI Club at Newcastle, introduced by Brvan Michie. Josh Q. Atkinson and his Band. Guest artists. Phyllis Robins and Michael Howard
Conductor, Rae Jenkins ; with Elsie Suddaby (soprano)
TRAVEL TALKS. 'Green Fire,' based on the book by P. W. Rainier
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Marie Touchard. ' Jean et Marthe baignent le bébé '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Poetry programme, by Robert Gittings , including ' Minesweepers ' and ' The Way Through the Woods,' by Rudyard Kipling
Piano Quintet in A played by Colin Horsley (piano) and the Aeolian String Quartet
between interesting personalities, with questions by Philip Penshurst. (BBC recording)
Introduced by Norman Wooland , with Lorna Martin , Janet Brown , and Roma Clarke at the piano. Lewis King , and Stern and Bryant. BBC Revue Orchestra. Produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe.
Scottish Variety Orchestra: conductor, Kemlo, Stephen
(News and topical taks in Welsh)
Newyddion y Dydd
5.5 ' Pynciau'r Dydd," gan R. I. Rowlands (Meuryn)
5.10 Dyma'r Gyfraith': sgwrs amserol gan gyfreithiwr
' Beau Brocade ': the story of a. Derbyshire highwayman, by Baroness Orczy .Adapted for broadcasting by Joan Littjewood. Produced by .Nan Macdonald .
Part 3 : ' A Battle of Wits ' with Joan Littlewood . William Water-house , and William Price
Lady Patience Gascoyne:
Sir Humphrey Challoner:
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
This week a woman psychotherapist discusses replies she has had from patients to the question 'Why did you marry him?': Cyril Bibby gives the second of his talks on the Education Act; Marian Cutler deals with more problems put to her by wives of Service men
with two star problems provided by Sir Cedric Hardwicke and Albert Whelan ; Clive Richardson and Tony Lowry — 'Four Hands in Harmony'; three sound problems; two musical problems provided by a section of the British Army Radio Orchestra, under the direction of R.S.M. George Melachrino
Introduced by Ronald Waldman and produced by Audrey Cameron , in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund.
A unit of the American Band of the A.E.F., led by Sgt. Mel Powell at the piano.
Discussion between Lord Vansittart, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., A. J. P. Taylor , Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, Barbara Ward , and Vernon Bartlett , M.P. (chairman).
A. J. P.
by William Shakespeare. Arranged for broadcasting by the late Herbert Farjeon. Produced by Mary Hope Allen. With Joyce Redman as ' Miranda,' Hubert Gregg as ' Ferdinand,' and Norman Shelley as 'Caliban'
Characters in order of speaking
Music arranged and orchestra directed by Anthony Bernard. (BBC recording)
Fortnightly miscellany of talks: 1— ' How Academies Arose': a talk on the Royal Academy and other European academies by Nikolaus Pevsner. 2— 'Keep Your Eyes Open': John Betjeman on looking at things
and his Novatones, with Helen Mack. From the Court Royal Hotel, Southampton