7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Percival Mackey and his Orchestra.
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
' Preparing for Winter' (ii) by W. P. Matthew
and his Tango Orchestra, with Dorothy Carless.
Mixed choice of records,' including the Scherzo from Mendelssohn's Octet, played by the Boston Promenade Orchestra
records of some of his music
from page 97 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 36 of ' Each Returning Day.' Come, thou Holv Spirit, come: Psalm 139. vv. 1-11; St. Matthew 17, vv. 1-9; Our blest'Redeemer
Crookhall Colliery Band: conductor, Mr. J. J. Stobbs
Mr. J. J.
SINGING TOGETHER: Herbert Wiseman
11.20 MUSIC AND MOVEMENTS FOR JUNIORS: Ann Driver
11.40 THE PRACTICE AND SCIENCE OF GARDENING. ' Greenflngers,' by Alan Peacock.
12 noon BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. The World of the New Testament: ' Religion and Philosophy of the Ancient World,' by the Rev. Professor C. H. Dodd
accordion: gramophone records
ENSA show introduced by David Miller. Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra. Guest artists, Avril Angers and Val Merrall
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra, with Norman Allin. At the piano, Berkeley Mason.
electric organ: gramophone records
STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY: 'The Siege of Calais,' by Rhoda Power. Queen Philippa, wife of Edward III. pleads for the burghers of Calais and wins her suit
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT FOR SCHOOLS: BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Ronald Biggs
Introduced by Ronald Biggs
Oscar Rabin and his Band, with Harcy Davis
Records chosen by listeners. Programme edited by Sheila Fryer
Magazine programme for busy people. This week Macdonald Hastings takes listeners on a strange shopping expedition and introduces them to some of the shop-keepers
Sweet music in the Negro style, sung by Evelyn Dove and Edric Connor.
Eugene Pini and his Orchestra. Pro- . duced by Eric Fawcett. (Recording of yesterday's broadcast)
' The Adventures of Tim Rabbit ,' by Alison Uttley. Derek McCulloch (' Mac tells the first of a new series of stories for the youngest listeners. No.1—' Tim Rabbit's Party '
5.30 A Visit to Cowleaze Farm. 6— ' The Sheep Fair '
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
New and recent fiction, reviewed by Geoffrey Grigson
(by arrangement with Chappell and Co... Ltd.): conductor, Charles Williams , with Clive Richardson (piano)
2—'The Price of Full Employment.' In the chair, Francis Williams. Taking part: Sir William Beveridge , F. E. Chappell, Chairman of the Production Efficiency Board, Ministry of Aircraft Production, Dr. Ling, Medical Director of the Roffey Park Rehabilitation Centre
Does full employment mean that people will have to move from place to place or job to job? Does changing jobs or changing the place you live in mean strain? What can be donef Examples of the effect of strain will be put by Dr. Ling
An unusual piece of literary criticism
A weekly musical, lyrical, and topical half-hour, by B. C. Hilliam (' Flotsam '), who, with Ivor Dennis at a second piano, presides over the following ' Follies': Beryl Orde , Clapham and Dwyer Robert Easton , Helen Clare , Charmian Innes , and Trefor Jones. Produced by Tom Ronald.
Play by Derwent Davies. Produced by Val Gielgud
Major Sergei Zoubatoff:
Masha, a dresser:
Captain Ernst Ronge:
General Urbanski von Ostromiecz:
Lieutenant Karl Hofer:
Post Office Director:
Post Office clerk:
Introduced by Sir Barry Jackson , with Ethel Williams (soprano), Marjorie Westbury (soprano), and the Tamworth Singers, conducted by Albert Knight. BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins
Quartet in A, Op. 26, for piano and strings, played by the English Ensemble