Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women: May Brown
Gramophone records of his Incidental music
and forecast for farmers and shipping
' Hints on Decorating: Interior Painting,' by W. P. Matthew
Talk by Hiram P. Bailey , who has been seafaring for fifty years
Mixed choice of records, including Ravel's ' Daphnis and Chloe,' Suite No. 2, played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Serge Koussevitzky
from page 17 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 12 of ' Each. Returning Day.' Through all the changing scenes of life; Psalm 65; Acts 11, vv. 19-30; For the beauty of the earth
SINGING TOGETHER: Herbert Wiseman Wha'll be king but Charlie; Charlie is my darling; Will ye no come back again. (Scots songs)
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING. Summer Cultivation ': discussion between Alan Peacock and Eric Hobbis on work to do in your garden and on some of the experimental cultivations going on at a research station
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS. by Ann Driver
12.0 BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Understanding the Old Testament: ' The Symbolism of the Tabernacle,' by Professor Norman Snaith
plays Schubert's Moments Musicaux.
Nos. 1, 4, and 5. (Gramophone records)
ENSA show introduced by Bryan Michie. Dance Orchestra of the Royal Marines from the Royal Naval School of Music, directed by Bandmaster Charles Hotham , R.N. Guests. Stahelll. and Evelyn Dove
on gramophone records
Hill-Billy Medley: Hill-Billies
My little Buckaroo: Bing Crosby
Jimmy Rodgers Medley:
Little Red Caboose: Rocky Mountaineers
El Rancho Grande: Gene Autry
Ramblin' Cowboy: Carson Robison and his Pioneers
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by John R. Allan. What you have all been doing '
2.5 WORLD HISTORY. Great Stories from the Past. Tales from the Russian, arranged by Rhoda Power. 4-' Sadko the Merchant of Novgorod and his adventures on land and at sea
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. 'The Organ': illustrated talk and recital by George Loughlin , from a school chapel
2.50 MUSIC BROADCAST FOR OLDER PUPILS: Polka and Fugue from Weinberger's ' Schwanda the Bagpiper,' on gramophone records
Geoffrey Mortiock introduces gramophone records of operatic ghosts
Louis Levy and his Gaumont-British Studio Orchestra, with Beryl Davis, Benny Lee, Jack Cooper, and the Georgettes. Introduced by Harry Middleton, and produced by Elisabeth Tyson
in verse, by Thomas Churchyard , Sir Osbert Sitwell , and Walter de la Mare. Read by Bernadette Hodgson and Walter Allen
de la Mare.
Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra
Mewn cylchgrawn misol, dan ofal Aneirin Talfan Davies. (Verse-read-. ing in Welsh) -
' Tinker Talks,' No. 2: story by Edward D. Dickinson , told by Ernest Jay (by permission of Jack de Leon ).
In ' Music at Random '
Helen Henschel talks about Tchaikovsky and plays some of his piano music
General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.20 National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
New and recent biography reviewed by V. S. Pritchett
played by Lucy Pierce and the BBC Northern Orchestra: conductor, Charles Groves
Half-an-hour in a Lancashire barber's shop, with Young Winter-burn, Farmer Platt, Th' Owd Thatcher , and other well-known North Country characters created by T. Thompson.
... Music?': talk by Dr. Reginald Jacques. Director of Music to the Bach Choir. London
Radio portrait of the composer of 'Lily of Laguna,' written by Roy Plomley. The cast includes Charles Victor and John Slater. Gramophone programme produced by Frederick Piffard
Part 1 - 'Sticky Wicket'
The augmented Dance Orchestra. (BBC recording) (Naunton Wayne broadcasts by permission of Firth Shephard).
Sir Leonard Holies:
Conductor, Douglas Hawkrfdge. (By permission of the Commissioner .of for the City of London. Lieut.-Col. Sir Hugh Turnbull K.C.V.Q ,., K.B.E.) «
Urban verse: a selection of poems about towns from the 17th century to the present day. chosen by John Arlott
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