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: General Weather Forecast

and forecast for farmers and shipping

: MORNING MUSIC

Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Dulay

: 'LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS!'

Readings from the Bible

: General Weather Forecast

and forecast for farmers and shipping

: 'FEEDING WHEN YOU LIVE ALONE '

by Mary Kelly Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Kelly Walker

: Music of Arthur Wood

Played by the Richard Crean Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Crean Orches

: ' BROADWAY MELODIES '

Tunes from ' The Great White Way': on records

: This Week's Composer

ELGAR
Gramophone records of his ' Froissart ' Overture, part of the Nursery Suite. and the last movement of his Violin Concerto

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

News commentary

: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page .73 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 64 of ' Each Returning Day.' Lo, God is here!; Psalm 116. w. 1-9; St. John 19, vv. 31-42; Ye holy angels bright

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

Jack Simpson and his Sextet

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Simpson

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

SCOTTISH HERITAGE. ' The Scot Furth of Scotland': a programme about James Gibbs. the designer of the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, by Kathleen Goldie
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS, discussed by experts
11.10 ADVENTURES IN MUSIC, by John Horton. Instruments of the same family play together

Contributors

Unknown: James Gibbs.
Unknown: Kathleen Goldie
Music By: John Horton.

: Beryl Mason's ' LUCKY DIP'

A record miscellany, edited by Anna Instone

Contributors

Edited By: Anna Instone

: WORKS WONDERS

North and Wales. Part 1: From a spinning-mill in Yorkshire, introduced by Victor Smythe
Part 2: From Cwm Bram. in Monmouthshire. introduced by Alun Davies

Contributors

Introduced By: Victor Smythe
Unknown: Cwm Bram.
Introduced By: Alun Davies

: Sonata Recital ELGAR and FRANCAIX

played by Winifred Small (violin), and Esther Fisher (piano)

Contributors

Played By: Winifred Small
Piano: Esther Fisher

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

FOR RURAL SCHOOLS... Sheffield Steel.' Bars of fine steel become sharp-edged tools
2.15 GENERAL SCIENCE. ' New Cells and New Creatures.' by Richard Palmer
2.40 JUNIOR ENGHSH. ' An Uncommon Stupid Dog': a modern Australian story, by Dorothy Cottrell , adapted for broadcasting by Julia Goodey.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Palmer
Story By: Dorothy Cottrell
Broadcasting By: Julia Goodey.

: ' BIG BABIES AND SMALL CHILDREN '

' Fears and Jealousies.' by Ruth Thomas

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Thomas

: THE SQUADRONNAIRES DANCE ORCHESTRA

directed by Jimmy Miller
Wednesday Matinee

Contributors

Directed By: Jimmy Miller

: ' THE LOQUACIOUS LADY OF LANSDOWNE PASSAGE'

Adapted by Andrea Troubridge , from a short story by Michael Arlen
4.10 app. ' THE FATAL
FLOROZONDE'
Adapted by Andrea Troubridge from a short story by Leonard Merrick
4.30 app. 'PAGE 189'
Adapted by W. J. Foster from a short story by Stacey Aumonier
The plays produced by Hugh Stewart

Contributors

Adapted By: Andrea Troubridge
Story By: Michael Arlen
Adapted By: Andrea Troubridge
Story By: Leonard Merrick
Adapted By: W. J. Foster
Story By: Stacey Aumonier
Produced By: Hugh Stewart
Ralph: Graham Doody
George Tarlyon: James McKechnie
The Lady: Grizelda Hervey
Theophile de Fronsac: Michael Rose
Nicolas Pitou: James McKechnie
Florozonde: Joan Carol
Aunt Annette: Gladys Spencer
A young man: Basil Jones
The stagedoor keeper: Alexander Sarner
A voice: Graham Doody
Tobias Tollery: Arthur Ridley
Mrs Turner: Hilda Davies
Simon Occleve: George Owen
Lettice: Ann Codrington
Harold Tollery: Williams Lloyd
Annie: Lucille Lisle
Valentine Bower: Alexander Sarner
Laura, his wife: Grizelda Hervey
Ethel: Beryl Calder
Clara ,: Freda Falconer

: CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Tale of Tom Kitten ,' by Beatrix Potter , told by Derek McCulloch (' Mac ')
5.15 ' The Nightingale': another imaginary ballet with music, told by Spike Hughes
5.40 ' That reminds Me,' by Arthur Bush
5.50 Children's Hour prayers

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Kitten
Unknown: Beatrix Potter
Told By: Derek McCulloch
Told By: Spike Hughes
Unknown: Arthur Bush

: General Weather Forecast

and forecast for farmers and shipping

: NEWS

6.10: Topical Talk. 6.15 Sport

: ' FACTS FIRST '

An expert gives the facts behind a topical subject in home or foreign affairs

: IN ROMANTIC MOOD

with Steve Conway and Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Conway
Unknown: Sandy MacPherson

: ' CAN I HELP YOU? '

Douglas Houghton discusses some of the problems created by present conditions

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Houghton

: ONE VIEW OF LONDON'

from ' Tono Bungay by H. G. Wells. Reader. Frank Phillips

Contributors

Reader: H. G. Wells.
Reader: Frank Phillips

: WORLD AFFAIRS

A weekly survey

: 'STARDUST'

A constellation of stars of stage and screen, with music on records and film sound-tracks. Produced by Frederick Piffard

Contributors

Produced By: Frederick Piffard

: THE WEDNESDAY STORY

161—'Old Klomp's Storks,' written and read by Antonia Ridge

Contributors

Read By: Antonia Ridge

: THE MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

conducted by Reg. Leopold , with Jack Cooper

Contributors

Conducted By: Reg. Leopold
Unknown: Jack Cooper








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