Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women: May Brown.
This Week's Composer
Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time. Today, excerpts from his symphonies
' Hints on Decorating': Answers to Questions, by W. P. Matthew
Mrs. Alice Capper
Mixed choice of records, including Ravel's Spanish Rhapsody, played by the Philadelphia Orchestra
from page 21 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 48 of Each Returning Day.' Guide me, 0 thou great Redeemer; Psalm 86, vv. 1-12; St. Luke 23, vv. 13-25; Rejoice, 0 land
and his Royal Canadians, on gramophone records
SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wise man. Revision programme
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING. ' Any Questions.'
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver
12.0 BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Understanding the_ Old Testament: ' The Value of the Old Testament Today,' by the Rev. C. W. Dugmore
Rev. C. W.
Rondo a capriccio in G (Beethoven); Ecossaises, Op. 72: No. 1 in D; No. 2 in G (Chopin); Pastorale (Scarlatti-Tausig), on gramophone records
An ENSA show introduced by Bryan Michie Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders, with Harry Brooker , Louisa Moe , and Cyril Shane. Guest artists: Esther Cole man; Jack and Eddy Eden
Jazz played in its different forms. Gramophone programme written by Alma Arnell
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by John R. Allan. Place-Names '
2.5 WORLD HISTORY. Great stories from the Past. 'Yugoslavia-3: More Adventures of Marko Kralyevic ,' by Rhoda Power
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT FOR SCHOOLS. BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Ian Whyte. Introduced by Herbert Wiseman.
Overture: The Hebrides; Nocturne, Scherzo; Wedding March (A Midsummer Night's Dream)... Mendelssohn
Edward Clark introduces gramophone records of operatic misunderstandings
Louis Levy and his Gaumont-British Studio Orchestra, with Beryl Davis , Benny Lee , Jack Cooper , and the Georgettes. Introduced by Harry Middleton. Produced by Elisabeth Tyson.
by Charles Churchill (1731-1764), read by Charles E. Stidwill
Blayed by Vernon Adcock and his Dance Orchestra
Trafodaeth ar bynciau amaethyddol. (Discussion in Welsh)
Another story in the ' Tinker Talks' series by Edward D. Dickinson , told by Ernest Jay (by permission of Jack de Leon )
Three poems from ' The Weaver Birds,' by Ian Serraillier : The Three Bears,' ' The Cat and the Fiddle,' ' The Hen and the Carp.' Reader: Norman Shelley
Piano music by Colin Sherratt
6.20 National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' Men and Places,' by Edmond Segrave
Conducted. by George Weldon. George Parker (baritone)
Talk about the Red Cross and St. John, by The Lord Iliffe, C.B.E.
Conductor; William Haydock
Naunton Wayne and Basil Radford in An Adventure in Six Parts. Script by John Jowett , from a story by John Jowett and Vernon Harris. Incidental music composed and arranged by Hal Evans. Produced by Vernon Harris
Part 4 : ' Maiden Over! '
The augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black. (BBC recording)
(Naunton Wayne appears by permission of Firth Shephard )
By Tyrone Guthrie. Produced by Felix Felton
The chief characters are:
(now appearing in The Lady from Edinburgh ')
The play is in six realistic scenes and five impressionistic interludes, arranged as follows: Scene I; Interlude I; Scene II; Interlude II; Scene III; Interludes III and IV; Scenes IV and V; Interlude V; Scene VI
Mary, his aunt:
The Leader of the Chorus:
Margaret Hodsdon (virginals). BBC
Singers: conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Preludium Galiardo : Mrs. Mary Brownlo
Pavan and Galliard: The Earl of Salisbury
Though Amarillis dance in green
I thought that love had been a boy Care for thy soul
LuKaby, my sweet little baby 0 that most rare breast
Alman Rowland (Lord Willoughby's Welcome
(Songs edited by E. H. Fellowes )
and his Band. with Diane, Rita Wil liams, and Denny Dennis