7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Eric Winstone and his Accordion Band.
Talk by Joseph McCulloch , Rector of Chatham
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
' Preparing for Winter,' by W. P. Matthew
and his Tango Orchestra, with Dorothy Carless.
Mixed choice of records. including the second movement of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No... 2 in C minor (Little Russian), played by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens
DUKAS, CHAUSSON, and D'INDY
Gramophone records of some of their music
from page 105 of "New Every Morning" and page 24 of "Each Returning Day". Fight the good fight; Psalm 27, vv. 1-7 and 8-16; St. Matthew 14, vv. 22-33; Lord, thy word abideth
Band of the 2nd Battalion of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment: conductor, Mr. J. B. H. Thorpe
Mr. J. B. H.
SINGING together, by Herbert Wise-man
11.20 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver
11.40 THE PRACTICE AND SCIENCE OF GARDENING. Small Livestock and the School Garden,' by A. Voysey
12 noon BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. The World of the New Testament. ' The Diversity of the Ancient World,' by the Rev. M. P. Charles -worth
Rev. M. P.
ENSA show introduced by David Miller. Geraldo and his Orchestra. with Sally Douglas , Carole Carr , Len Camber , and Johnny Green. Guest artists, Elsie Waters and Doris Waters
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra, with Janette Sclanders. At the piano, Berkeley Mason.
with ' The Inkspots on gramophone records
STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. ' The Children's Crusade,' by Rhoda Power. How Stephen, the French shepherd boy, led a host of boys and girls to deliver Jerusalem from the Mahometans, and was betrayed '
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. ' The Symphony Orchestra.' 1-An illustrated talk on the percussion instruments, by Ronald Biggs
2.50 MUSIC OUT OF SCHOOL, by Roger Fiske
and his Ballroom Orchestra
Records chosen by listeners and played by Sheila Fryer
Magazine programme for busy people who could do with twenty minutes' break for tea and talk
Sweet music in the Negro style, sung by Evelyn Dove and Edric Connor. Eugene Pini and his Orchestra. Produced by Eric Fawcett. (Recording of yesterday's broadcast)
Regional Round: Polish your wits and your pencils and join in with teams all over the country to answer questions posed by Derek McCulloch (' Mac ')
5.45 The Zoo Man
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
' Old Snapshots,' by Compton Mackenzie
Conductor, Charles Groves
1—'What Job for Me?': discussion between Alec Rodger , Head of the Vocational Guidance Department of the National Institute of Industrial Psychology, who states the case for better personal selection by employers, and vocational guidance to people seeking work; Austen Hopkinson who gives the employer's point of view; and W. McLaine , Assistant General Secretary of the A.E.U., who speaks for the Trades Union. In the chair, Francis Williams
A weekly musical, lyrical, and topical half-hour, by B. C. Hil liam (' Flotsam '), who, with Ivor Dennis at a second piano, presides over the following ' Follies ' : Nan Kenway and Douglas Young, Helen Clare , Robert Easton , Charmian Innes , Charlie Clapham , and Morgan Davies. Produced by Tom Ronald.
Translated into English rhyming verse by Gilbert Murray
played by the Blech Quartet, with Vera Kantrovitch (violin), Gerala Emms (violin), Jean Stewart (viola), John Shinebourne (cello)