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: NEWS

Programme Parade

: THE DAILY DOZEN

Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women: May Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Coleman Smith

: This Week's Composer

PUCCINI
Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time. Today, excerpts from ' Madam Butterfly '

: 'LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS!'

Readings and prayers

: NEWS

Programme Parade

: Time, Greenwich

General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping

: ' AROUND THE HOUSE'

' Looking over your Store-Cupboard Ruth Drew

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Drew

: 'MUSIC FOR A SUMMER'S MORN'

played by John Blore and his Orchestra.

Contributors

Played By: John Blore

: 'LLANELLY DAYS'

Childhood days in an industrial town in South Wales: talk by W. Glynne -Jones

Contributors

Talk By: W. Glynne

: MONDAY-MORNING MEDLEY

Mixed choice of records, including an excerpt from Massenet's opera ' Manon '

: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page 105 of 'New Every Morning ' and page 24 of ' Each Returning Day.' Paraphrase 48, vv. 5-8; Psalm 11; Romans 12, vv. 10-21; My spirit longs for thee

: THREE-BAND SESSION

Wingy Manone and his Orchestra: Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra: Orquesta Tipica Francisco Canaro. (Gramophone records)

Contributors

Unknown: Wingy Manone
Unknown: Teddy Wilson

: LLOYD THOMAS

at the theatre organ

: ENGLISH MUSIC

Threnody for a Soldier killed in Action (Michael Heming—Anthony Collins ); Symphony in G minor (Moeran). (Gramophone records)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Collins

: BREAK FOR MUSIC

ENSA show, introduced by Bryan Michie. Geraldo and his Orchestra, with Sally Dougas. Len Camber, Carole Carr. and Archie Lewis. Guest artist, Nosmo King

Contributors

Introduced By: Bryan Michie.
Unknown: Sally Dougas.
Unknown: Carole Carr.
Unknown: Archie Lewis.

: ERIC WINSTONE

and his Orchestra

: 'RAH! RAH! RAH!'

Records of American Service football songs

: DAVID JAVA

and his Orchestra

: 'IT'S IN THE OVERTURE'

Operatic gramophone records, introduced by Warwick Braithwaite

Contributors

Duced By: Warwick Braithwaite

: Band of the ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

(by permission of the Commandant) conducted by Lieutenant M. Roberts , Director of Music, Royal Military School of Music

Contributors

Conducted By: Lieutenant M. Roberts

: W. B. YEATS

'Cuchulain's Fight with the Sea' and other narrative poems read by Cyril Cusack.

Contributors

Read By: Cyril Cusack.

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

Jay Wilbur and his Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Wilbur

: I FFERMWYR

Your Evening Listening

: CHILDREN'S HOUR

Music by Ted Teare and his Novelty Quintet, with songs by George Beggs ; and a story
5.45 ' A Real Treasure Hunt'—1, by Thomas Hobday
A few years ago, Thomas Hobday, with the aid of some children, discovered the remains of a large Roman settlement In the West Country. This is the first of three talks telling of this discovery

Contributors

Music By: Ted Teare
Songs By: George Beggs
Unknown: Thomas Hobday

: Time, Greenwich

General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.20 National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary

: BOOK TALK

New and recent autobiography, reviewed by Hugh Kingsmill

Contributors

Reviewed By: Hugh Kingsmill

: DEANNA DURBIN

on gramophone records

: HENRY WOOD PROMENADE CONCERTS

Cyril Smith (piano). London Symphony Orchestra (leader,
George Stratton ), conducted by Basil Cameron
Tchaikovsky
Slavonic March
7.10 app. Piano Concerto No. 1, in B flat minor
7.45 app. Symphony No. 4," in F minor From the Royal Albert Hall, London

Contributors

Piano: Cyril Smith
Leader: George Stratton
Conducted By: Basil Cameron

: ' PERSONAL APPEARANCE'

John Mills
Stanley Holloway
Douglass Montgomery
Rosamund John
Basil Radford Jean Simmons
Bonar Colleano, Jnr. Charles Victor Being a not-too-serious chronicle of some events in the making of the Anatole de Grunwald production of the Two Cities film 'The Way to the Stars.' Written by Terence Rattigan and Anatole de Grunwald. Theme music by Nicholas Brodszky , arranged for radio by Jack Beaver. The augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black. Produced by Tom Ronald.

Contributors

Unknown: John Mills
Unknown: Stanley Holloway
Unknown: Douglass Montgomery
Unknown: Rosamund John
Unknown: Basil Radford
Unknown: Jean Simmons
Written By: Terence Rattigan
Written By: Anatole de Grunwald.
Music By: Nicholas Brodszky
Unknown: Jack Beaver.
Unknown: Stanley Black.
Produced By: Tom Ronald.

: NEWS

and news talk

: Starred Programme Esme Percy in 'OPIUM-EATER'

Radio play based on the ' Confessions ' of de Quincey, by Felix Felton and Paul Dehn. Music specially composed by Robert Chignell. Produced by Felix Felton
Scenes: Manchester Grammar School; Oxford Street; Opium

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Felton
Unknown: Paul Dehn.
Composed By: Robert Chignell.
Produced By: Felix Felton

: PHIL GREEN

and his Orchestra

: THE MARITZA PLAYERS

under the direction of Harold C. Gee








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