7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Eric Winstone and his Accordion Band.
Devotional readings and prayers
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
'The Winter Window-Box.': talk by Marguerite James
and his Tango Orchestra, with Dorothy Carless. f1
Mixed choice of records, including Haydn's Trumpet Concerto, played by George Eskdale , with Symphony Orchestra, conducted by George Walter
Gramophone records of his Piano Concerto in E flat and ' Les Preludes '
from page 21 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 48 of ' Each Returning
Day.' All as God wills; Psalm 34, vv. 1-10; St. Matthew 20, w. 1-16; Father, who on man dost shower
Gwauncaegurwen Silver Band: conductor, Dan Lloyd.
SINGING together, by Herbert Wise -man
Wi' a hundred pipers (Scots song)
Listen to my tale of woe (Nonsense song)
11.20 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS, by Ann Driver
11.40 THE PRACTICE AND SCIENCE OF GARDENING. ' Brassicas,' by Alan Pea cock.
12 noon BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. The World of the New Testament: ' The New Faith and its First Preaching,' by the Rev. Professor C. H. Dodd
Professor C. H.
ENSA show introduced by David Miller. Billy Ternent and his Orchestra. Guest artists, Jack Train and Ledona
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra, with Gladys Ripley. At the piano. Berkeley Mason.
STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. ' The Boy from Brittany,' by Julia Goodey : how Bertrand du Guesclin, an ugly. ill-mannered boy despised by his parents, became a famous knight
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. ' The Symphony Orchestra.' 2. — 'How sounds are produced from strings and pipes illustrated talk by Charles Hooper
2.50 MUSIC OUT OF school, by Roger Fiske
Oscar Rabin and his Band, with Harry Davis
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)
' The Adventures of Tim Rabbit ,' by Alison Uttley , told by Derek McCulloch (' Mac '). No. 2 —' Tim Rabbit's Sneeze '
' Music at Random': Helen Henscher begins a new series of talks about music and musicians. Her subject today is Mendelssohn
5.45 'A Great Year for Butterflies': L. Hugh Newman tells of the wonderful and rare butterflies seen in this country during the year
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
' Unusual Books,' by Geoffrey Grigson
Conductor. Ian Whyte
3—' Trouble at Work.' Speakers, a medical psychologist; Lord Forrester and Wilfred Brown
(managing directors of large works). In the chair, Sir David Maxwell Fyfe , M.P. for West Derby
Tonight a medical psychologist accuses employers of having, neglected the human factor in industry and produces evidence of the sort of changes in working conditions which psychologists have recommended for years and which it took a war to bring about. Lord Forrester and Wilfred Brown put the case for the employers. Sir David Maxwell Fyfe examines each witness and sums up
Sir David Maxwell
Sir David Maxwell
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, Helen Clare , Charmian Innes , and Trefor Jones. Produced by Tom Ronald.
(Charmian Innes broadcasts by permission of the Windmill Theatre)
Produced by Howard Rose
' Catherine Parr by Maurice .Baring
Henry the Eighth:
by Emlyn Williams
by Nicolai Gogol. Adapted by Joan Littlewood from the translation by Constance Garnett
Person of Consequence:
with his Orchestra and artists
played by the Philharmonic Ensemble: John Francis (flute), Max Salpeter (violin), Watson Forbes (viola), James Whitehead (cello), Marie Korchinska (harp)