This Week's Composer
Gramophone records of movements from his concertos
By a woman medical psychologist
Directed by Albert Sandier , with Isabelita Alonso.
Listeners' requests played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
from p. 29 of New Every Morning ' and p. 52 of ' Each Returning Day.' Father we praise thee; Psalm 126: St. Luke 23, vv. 44-56: The Kins of Love
Tunes for everybody, on records
SCOTTISH HERITAGE. Three Scots songs: Caller Herrin', The Flowers o' the Forest, and Auld Robin Gray , with comment on the lives of the writers
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS, discussed by experts
11.40 MUSIC AND THE DANCE. 11-Review and concert
and his Orchestra, on records
West and London. War-workers combine to entertain during the lunch-hour break. Introduced by Hamilton Kennedy (West) and Geoffrey Peck (London)
followed by Interlude: records
Conducted by Ian Whyte
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (England). In Dylsford and Beyond. ' Club Review,' by Honor Wyatt. Dylsford School Explorers' Club review the year's work
2.15 GENERAL SCIENCE. 'Gases have weight' (ii), by J. A. Lauwerys. Balloons and how they rise: light gases and heavy ones
2.40 JUNIOR ENGLISH: ' 'The Story of Jason Part 4. The Argonauts come home at last.
1-The Originators of Boogie-Woogie. The first of a series of record programmes in which Denis Preston tells the story of Boogie-Woogie.
An original radio play by Barnard Stacey
(By permission of H. M . Tennent ) andand
Radio play by Margaret Gore Browne
Adapted By B. Ward Phillips from the story by Oscar Wilde
Plays produced by Fred O'Donovan
BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor, Alan Crooks
Sgwrs gan y Parchedig S. L. Owen. (Talk in Welsh)
' The Seven Little Grey Wooden Horses': fairy-tale by Jean Kenward , told by Derek McCul lo'ch (' Mac ')
Mary Lake sings some folk songs, with violin obbligato by Olive Zorian
' Children from Holland': talk by Marjorie Nisbett
5.55 Children's Hour prayers
with Henry Hall and his Orchestra, from His Majesty's Theatre,
Douglas Houghton talks about some of the personal problems that arise during the period of transition between war and peace. This week he deals with the different places where we can go for help and advice
by Ronald Gow. Produced by Howard Rose
(By permission of Sidney Box
Others taking part are Frank Partington, Roger Snowdon , Peter Noble , and Sebastian Cabot. The scene is laid in Springfield, Illinois, in 1839
Conductor. Sir Adrian Boult. Bernard Shore (viola)
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Talk by S. G. Soal , D.SC.
featuring Moore Marriott, Vera Pearce, Jerry Desmonde, Ilena Sylva, and Jack Buchanan. With Jane Lee and the Modernaires and the augmented Dance Orchestra conducted by Stanley Black. Script by Jack Davies, Junior. Additional dialogue by Denis Waldock. Produced by Henry Reed.
(Moore Marriott broadcasts by permission of Gainsborough Pictures; Jerry Desmonde, of General Theatres Corporation; and Vera Pearce, of Jetck Waller; Ilena Sylva is appearing in "Sweeten and Lowe")
Jane Lee and the
Orchestra conducted by:
The string section of the American Band of the A.E.F.
'A Kind Heart,' written by Dora Broome and read by Norma Wilson. (Postponed from May 30)
is air seann orain le Mairead Nic -Aonghais, Catriona A. NicNeacail , Iseabail NicAoidh , Domhnull Mac-Aonghais, Padruie MacLeoid , agus comhlan ciùil.
Music of the sunny South, played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold
Famous bands, playing popular dance music on gramophone records