7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Vernon Adcock and his Dance Orchestra.
Talk by Joseph McCulloch , Rector of Chatham
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Talk by ' The Radio Doctor '
Records of Emilio and Evelyn Dall
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
Hail to the Lord's anointed (A. and M. 219. omitting v. 3; S.P. 87, vv.
1, 3. and 6; C.H. 154, w. 1, 3, and 5: Tune, Cruger)
Prayers: The Prayer for God's
Presence; The Lord's Prayer
Blest are the pure in heart (A. and M. 261; S.P. 455; C.H. 478: Tune, Franconia)
DUKAS, CHAUSSON, and D'INDY
Today, gramophone records of symphonies by Chausson and d'Indy
from page 93 of 'New Every Morning ' and page 32 of ' Each Returning Day.' Paraphrase 65, w. 5-8; Psalm 100; St. Matthew 16, vv. 13-20; My God, my Father, make me strong
London Coliseum Orchestra: conductor, Reginald Burston
FOR UNDER-SEVENS. Let's join in-a Spanish folk-tale: 'Half Chick'
11.20 WHEN WE STARTED WORK. 2-'Measuring Ourselves,' by Alec Rodger of the National Institute of Industrial Psychology. How our abilities fit us for available jobs
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. ' Our Way of Government': Sir Henry Bunbury. K.C.B., describes how a policy is planned and administered. Interludes by Philippa Pearce
Record miscellany, edited by Anna Instone
ENSA show introduced by David Miller. Lou Preager and his Orchestra. Guest artists, Norman Long and Joan Alexis
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
TRAVEL TALKS. The British Empire: ' Fruit and Fish from Nova Scotia,' by de B. Holly
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques and Yvonne Oberlin. ' La rentrée des classes'
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Poetry programme, by Desmond Hawkins The Revenge,' by Tennyson
10-Band of the 1st Battalion, The Welch Regiment, conducted by Mr. T. Clegg
Hilary Pym introduces gramophone records of popular operas
and his Orchestra, in a programme of non-stop music
Fifth in the series, produced by Francis Dillon.
'Tinker Talks 1: Ernest Jay (by permission of Jack de Leon ), repeats one of Edward D. Dickinson's popular dog stories, ' Who'd be a Cowboy?'
5.25 ' Barge Ahoy! ' by Barbara Todd. Produced by May Jenkin. Worzel Gummidge takes to the water
Derek McCulloch ('
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
An orchestra and artists with individuality in a programme of humour and music. Introduced by Ruth Lodge , with Hermione Baddeley , Ronald Frankau , and Harry Hayes and his Band. Produced by David Porter
Conductor, Charles Groves
Which is the better for you? Which should the country favour in its food policy?
An argument between ' The Radio Doctor' and D. W. Kent-Jones
(analytical and consulting chemist and expert on cereals), in the presence of representatives of the bread-eating public
The story of the Civil Resettlement Unit in which repatriated prisoners-of-war can equip themselves for life in the post-war world. Written and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Douglas Furber introduces
Edgar Norfolk , Bruce Carfax, and Carole Lynne. Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. Orchestrations by Jack Beaver. Produced by Michael North.
Story by Michael Arlen , adapted for broadcasting by Lester Powell. Produced by Hugh Stewart
Piano Quartet in G minor (K.478). played by Arthur Schnabel and members of the Pro Arte Quartet: on gramophone records
from the Town Hall, Cheltenham Spa, with Jeanne de Casalis , Pat Kay , and Tudor Evans , and music for dancing by the Hector Davies Dance Orchestra, with Richard English. Produced and presented by Philip Garston-Jones
A series of selections of light verse. 5-Hilaire Belloc.