Exercises for men: Coleman Smith Exercises for women: May Brown
Gramophone records of some of his ballet music
' Removing Stains from Clothes.' by Phyllis Garbutt
Songs, scenes, and personalities from films of the past, present, and future with the recorded voices of many famous stars. Introduced by Leslie Mitchell . Written by Harry
Alan Towers and produced by Pat Osborne
and his Orchestra, with Lynne Shaw , Rita Carr , Paul Rich , and the Billy Penrose Quartet
from page 25 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 46 of Each Returning Day.' Lord, teach us how to pray aright; Psalm 25, w. 1-13: St. Luke 13. vv. 1-9: 0 brother man. fold to thy heart thy brother
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
and his Band, with Diane and Rita Williams
Prelude: Khovanshchina (Mussorgsky); Appalachia (Delius), on gramophone records
featuring Edgar Bergen and his world-famous dummy 'Charlie Mc Carthy , Joan Merrill , and Ray Noble and his Orchestra.
'Beekeeping': talk by Reginald Gamble .
Conductor, George Thompson
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Hall4 Orchestra (leader, Laurance Turner ): conductor, John Barbirolll. Denis Matthews (piano)
When the blind and paralysed Delius began to dictate A Song of Summer ' to Eric Fenby , he told Fenby to imagine that they were sitting on the cliffs in the heather looking out over the sea. Thus the opening sustained chords in the violins and violas are intended to suggest the clear sky and the stillness and calmness ot the scene, while the undulating figure on celles and basses suggests the gentle rise and fall of the waves. The figure in the flute immediately following is intended to portray a seagull gliding by. The meaning of the rest of the tone poem is left to one's own imagination
From the Royal Albert Hall, London
Al Collins and his Band
Rhaglen ddifyr o gân i godi'r galon. Y rhaglen o dan ofal Mai Jones.
Scenes from Shakespeare, presented by a Young People's Club from Aberdare
National and Regional announcements and Northern Ireland news
F. H. Grisewood brings to the microphone people with out-of-the-way news and views of passing events
-when dancing really was dancing! Harry Davidson 's Orchestra (directed by Sidney Davey ) plays old-tipie dance music and Essie Ackland entertains with old-time ballads. At the piano, Berkeley Mason. Programme introduced by, Patric Curwen. Master of Ceremonies, A. J. Latimer. Producer, Douglas Lawrence. (BBC recording)
1919-1945: Lady Astor, M.P., looks back over twenty-six years of Parliament
with Bennett and Williams
Farrell and Grant Cyril Fletcher
Josie Fearon and Charles Gillespie
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Announcer, Norman Wooland. Producer, John Sharman. (BBC recording)
Dramatised from Jane Austen's novel by Helen Jerome.
[Starring] Angela Baddeley, Cecil Trouncer and Barbara Everest
(Angela Baddeley broadcasts by permission of Firth Shephard; Cecil Trouncer by permission of Tennent Plays, Ltd.)
Leslie ('Jiver') Hutchinson and his Coloured Orchestra. From the Plaza Ballroom. Derby
11.25 Haydn Powell and his Dance Orchestra. From the Fulford Ballroom, Hull