7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Charles Ernesco and his Sextet.
Talk by Joseph McCulloch , Rector of Chatham
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Talk bv the Ministry of Food's Public Relations Director
Joe Loss and his Orchestra, with Pat Macormac , Elizabeth Batey , and Howard Jones.
Mainly Continental music played by Falkman and his Apache Band, with Amalia Magri and Jacques Vallez
(Amalia Magri is appearing at the Windmill Theatre)
DUKAS, CHAUSSON, and D'INDY
Today, gramophone records of music by Dukas and d'Indy
from page 69 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 30 of ' Each Returning Day.' Alleluya! Alleluya! Hearts to heaven; Psalm 118, vv. 5-18; St. Matthew 16, vv. 1-12; Jesus lives!
David Java and his Orchestra
RHYTHM AND MELODY, by Doris Gould , Lecturer in Music, Southlands Training College
11.20 geography. 'Sweden, Trollhattan, and the Gota Canal.' Southern Sweden and part of Denmark, as well as the locks of the canal, get their electric power from the falls of Trollhattan
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES. ' Timothy's Shoes': serial play based on Mrs. J. H. Ewing 's original story. 1 — ' The shoes become Timothy's '
Mrs. J. H.
Played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers from a factory in Lancashire
followed by a topical -talk
Non-stop dance music on records
NATURE STUDY. ' How Plants Move,' by H. R. Fletcher
2.15 HISTORY OF WALES. A series for children about twelve years old. 2— ' The Romans in Wales,' by Isobel Edwards
2.35 HISTORY 11. Is Government Your Affair? ' The Passing of the Great Reform Bill, 1832.' by Pamela Fur neaux
A choir of 1.500 children, with the Jacques String Orchestra and trumpeters from the Royal Military School of Music, perform to an audience of 5,000 London school children at the Royal Albert Hall
Listeners' requests introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Antonia Butler (cello); Emelie Hooke (soprano)
' Flood ': a story from Northumbria written by James L. Scott and read by Sal Sturgeon
Tea-time music from the terrace, played by Albert Sandler and the Winter Garden Orchestra
' The Black Arrow': a story of the Wars of the Roses, by Robert Louis Stevenson , adapted by David Close-Thomas . Part 4-' The Battle of Shoreby.' Produced by Nan Macdonald.
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
' Do people always blame somebody or something else for everything that goes wrong in their lives? ' Listeners are shown some of the more ingenious and picturesque methods of ' passing the buck.' Written by Rayner Hep penstall and produced by Douglas Cleverdon.
Renovating the farm orchard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
' Being Happy in your Work.' Why do some people feel they are only a 'cog in a machine ' while others nnd complete satisfaction in their jobs? Young workers discuss this problem, with Douglas Allan in the chair
with Jack Train , Clarence Wright , Fred Yule , Jean Capra , Carleton Hobbs , Hugh Morton , Mary O'Farrell , Lind Joyce , and Michele de Lys. Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Script by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley
by Norman Edwards
Weekly dramatic programme dealing with crimes both real and fictional.
BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins
Address by the Rev. W. H. Murray Walton, Vicar of Bromley, Kent
Rev. W. H.
' If Only we Lived in the Country' A wishful programme, featuring the illusions the Town has about the Country, and vice versa. Script by Michael Barsley and Denis Constan duros. Produced by Peter Eton