7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra. (BBC recording)
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Talk by a Food Advice Organiser
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 (who is appearing at the Windmill Theatre) and Jacques Vallez
Gramophone records of his Piano Concerto in E minor
from page 81 of "New Every Morning" and page 42 of "Each Returning Day". Stand up, and bless the Lord: Psalm 1; St. Matthew 18, vv. 21-35; Rise up, O men of God!
Jan Berenska and his Orchestra
RHYTHM and MELODY: Doris Gould , Lecturer in Music, Southlands Training College
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. 'Denmark: Dairy-Farming for Export'
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES. 'Timothy's Shoes,' dramatised version in three parts, based on Mrs. J. H. Ewing 's tale. 2—' Timothy tries to get rid of his shoes'
Mrs. J. H.
Light music arranged and played by Jack Byfield , with James Bell at the organ
Lunch-time entertainment for workers, from a factory in Lancashire
followed by a topical talk
Non-stop dance music on records
NATURE STUDY: ' 'Eels.' by John Ray mont
2.15 HISTORY OF WALES: for children about twelve years old. 3—' The Age of Saints,' by A. H. Williams
2.35 history II: 'Is Government Your Affair? by Philippa Pearce
Listeners' requests, played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
Philharmonic Harp Trio: Eric Greene (tenor)
'A Person of" Importance,' written and read by Martin Armstrong
Tea-time music from the Terrace by Albert Sandler and the Orchestra
'The Old Curiosity Shop,' by Charles Dickens , adapted as a serial play by Alice de Grey and Philip Wade. Produced by May Jenkin. Part 1
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
The story of how the Quakeress, who died a hundred years ago, achieved her work for the prisoners in Newgate Gaol. Written by Jonquil Antony. Produced by Leslie Stokes
'This is my Farm.' First of an important fortnightly series of discussions on farm management. Professor H.G. Sanders, of Reading University, discusses a typical West-Country Rearing/Dairy Farm, with F.J. Tucker, of Oak-well Farm, Muddiford, near Barnstaple, and Colin Ross, Executive Officer of the Devon War Agricultural Committee.
Professor H. G.
Conductor, Ian Whyte. Eileen Joyce (piano)
'... about Prejudices': a discussion between a group of young people from various parts of the couhtry and Douglas Allan as chairman
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
Joseph C. Harsch
Weekly dramatic programme, dealing with crimes both real and fictional.
8: 'The Moat Farm Murder', a radio play by C. Gordon Glover.
Music specially written by Roy Douglas and other members of the BBC Repertory Company
Samuel Herbert Dougal:
BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins '.
Address by the Rev. W. H. Murray Walton, Vicar of Bromley, Kent'
Rev. W. H.
by Stephen Potter. With professional guidance, a layman observes the bird watchers, and records his impression : how and where they watch; how they began to watch ; why they watch