7.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Wynford Reynolds and his Orchestra.
Devotional readings and prayers
8.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
Talk bv the Ministry of Food's Public Relations Director
and his Orchestra, with Pat Macor mac, Elizabeth Batey , and Howard Jones.
Mainlv Continental music, played by Falkman and his Apache Band. with Amalia Magri (who is appearing at the Windmill Theatre) and Jacques
Gramophone records of some of his piano music
from page 9 of "New Every Morning" and page 54 of "Each Returning Day". Songs of praise the angels sang; Psalm 8: Ecclesiasticus 38, vv. 1-14; From thee all skill and science flow
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra: conductor, William Pethers
rhythm anii melody, by Doris Gould , .Lecturer in Music, Southlands Training College
11.20 ckokrapiit. Holland: trading and farming at the mouth of the Rhine
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UN'DER-NINKS. * Timothy's Shoes,' dramatised version in three parts, based on Mrs. J. H. Ewing's tale. Conclusion-' The shoes finish their work '
Light music, arranged and played by Jack Byfield and his Players, with James Bell at the organ
Lunch-time entertainment for workers from a factory in the Home Counties
followed by a topical talk
Non-stop dance music, on records
NATURE STUDY. 'Living Underground,' by Scott Kennedy
2.15 HISTORY or WALES. Series for children about 12 years old. 4 — ' A Welsh Law-Maker,' by H. T. Evans : the Union of Wales under Howell the Good; the codifying of the laws; the picture they give of life in Wales
2.35 HISTORY II. Is government your affair? ' Elections: before and after the secret ballot," by Honor Wyatt
arranged in collaboration with the Arts Council of Great Britain. 11— From the Assembly Room, Bury St. Edmunds. Introduced by Frank Phillips. The Amadio Trio. Jan van der Gucht (tenor)
Listeners' requests introduced and playecf by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
' That Brute Simmon"': written by Arthur Morrison and read by Alan Howland
Tea-time music from the Terrace. played by Albert Sandler and the Winter Garden Orchestra
' The Old Curiosity Shop,' by Charles Dickens , adapted as a serial play by Alice de Grey and Philip Wade. Produced by May Jenkin ('Elizabeth'). Part 2
6.10 General Weather Forecast and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.13 app. Sport, topical talks, and announcements
A musical comedy first produced in Marlag and Milag Nord prisoner-of-war camp, Germany. Original script and music by Arthur Gatward and Frank Still.
Additional lyrics by Bosun K. Humphries. Produced by Alfred Dunning
The Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black , and the BBC Revue Chorus
' The Byre or the Cowshed.' talk by H E. Harbour. M.R.c.v.s.
Conductor, Ian Whyte
... about Discipline.' A discussion between young people from various parts of the country, with Douglas Allan in the chair
[Starring] Tommy Handley with Jack Train, Clarence Wright, Fred Yule, Jean Capra, Carleton Hobbs, Hugh Morton, Mary O'Farrell, Lind Joyce and Michele de Lys. BBC augmented Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Script by Ted Kavanagh. Produced by Francis Worsley
Weekly dramatic programme dealing with crimes both real and fictional. Editor, John Dickson Carr. Produced by Walter Rilla. 9—' The Braro Mystery,' a problem in murder by John Dickson Carr
Mrs Jane Cox:
Roger Bell, surgeon:
Dr William Johnson:
Dr James Gully:
with Dorothy Pouislmoff (piano), and the BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor. Rae Jenkins
Address by the Rev. W. H. Murray Walton, Vicar of Bromley, Kent
Rev. W. H.
A selection from ' Other Men's Flowers,' an anthology with comments made by Lord Wavell
Poems and comments read by Ralph Richardson , John Laurie , Valentine Dyall , and Francis Meynell. Produced by Stephen Potter.