and forecast for farmers and shipping
A talk by the Rev. Clifford Davies , O.B.E., R.N., Chaplain, R.N. Air Station, Bramcote, Nuneaton
and forecast for farmers and shipping
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, Frank Thomas )
Conducted by Leo Wurmser
Margaret Pollard (soprano)
Norman McDonald (clarinet)
Albert Hardie (piano)
'What Should Your Baby Weigh?': a talk by a children's specialist
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT II, by Marjorie Eele.
There's a widenessin God's mercy
(A and M 634; S.P 666)
New Every Morning, page 11
Psalm 103. vv. 1-12 (Broadcast Psalter)
Acts 20. vv 28-38
0 for a faith that wi'M not shrink (A and M 278; S.P 594)
The Regent Orchestra
Conducted by John Thorpe
RHYTHM AND KELODY, by Doris Gould
11.20 SCIENCE AND THE COMMUNITY. Health at Home and at Work. ' Health in the Factory'—1Scrip; by C. Conway Plumbe and honor Wyatt
11.40 INTERMEDIATE ERMAN. Das kalte Herz ': Radiiodramattsierung des Marchens von Wilhelm Hauff . Text von Rolf Richards
von Wilhelm Hauff
(Last Friday's recorded broadcast)
by J. D. Lidstone
The Colorado Beetle campaign organised by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is now in full swing. J. D. Lidstone , who is in charge of the field spraying organisation carried out by the Ministry's agents, talks about the work involved in the potato-growing areas.
from the canteen of a shirt factory at Langley Moor, Co. Durham withCollinson and Breen
Gloria Brent , Bill Robinson
Fred Harries at the piano Produced' by Ray Lakeland
amid forecast for farmers aod shipping
Introduced by Leslie Mitchell
This week's edition includes the following recorded items:
'Woman's Angle ': Olga Lehmann talks to Jeanne Heal about painting for the films
'Documentaries Aren't Dull!' Barry Delmaine talks about some of his experiences as a documentary script-writer
John Parsons interviews some of the stars attending the World Charity Premiere at Bournemouth of the Associated British-Marcel Hellman Technicolor musical ' Happy Go Lovely,' together with excerpts from the sound-track of the film starring David Niven. Vera-Ellen, and Cesar Romero
Script written by Michael Storm
Produced by Pat Osborne
NATURE STUDY. 'Curlews and Lapwings,' by Eric Palmar
2.15 HISTORY II. Men and Nations of the Modern World. ' Lenin (1870-1924): the Leader of the Russian Revolution of 1917.' Script by Robert Gittings
2.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES. 'Lassie Come Home': a serial in three parts from thestory by Eric Knight , adapted for broadcasting by Julia Goodey. 3— 'The End of a Long Journey '
3.0 PROSE AND VERSE READINGS.
The Death of Nelson, from ' The
Life of Nelson ' by Robert Southey
To be repeated tomorrow at 9 55 a.m.
by Anthony Trollope. Episode 3
(Leader, Frank Thomas )
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter
Roger Lord (oboe)
by Geoffrey Grigson
' Books often assume,' says the speaker, ' that the really vital centre of affairs in the countryside is the village. It is not. It is the parish.' In his talk he develops the theme of parish loyalties, claiming that a large proportion of the present population of London owes its origin and allegiance to a country parish.
' More Tales of Pebblings Village,' by Modwena Sedgwick , told by David. 2—' The Hero '
' Little Men '
A serial play by Muriel Levy based on the book by Louisa M. Alcott
2— 'Enter Dan '
Production by May E. Jenkin
(Joan Miller is appearing at the New Boltons Theatre; Alaric Cotter is appearing in 'Caesar and Cleopatra ' at the St. James's Theatre, London)
In the homely atmosphere of Plumfleld Nat Blake has rapidly settled down. His violin is an asset to the school band and secures him the respect of the other boys. So impressed is he with the kindness of Mr. and Mrs. Bhaer that one day he brings an old friend of his, a newspaper boy named Dan, to Jo Bhaer and begs her to allow him to join the school. But Dan proves a highly disturbing element in the little community.
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
The marches played by the Central Band of the Royal Air Force
(by permission of the Air Council)
Conducted by Wing Commander A. E. Sims M.B.E. ,
Organising Director of Music,
The waltzes played by The Raeburn Orchestra
Conductor, Wynford Reynolds
Programme introduced by Lionel Marson
In this spontaneous broadcast the resident raconteurs — Michael Howard , Harold Berens , Reginald Purdell , and Albert Modley try to cap stories sent by listeners
Introduced by Michael Miles
Produced by Frederick Piffard
The Amadeus String Quartet:
Nprbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Before an audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House. London
with Kitty Bluett
Patricia Hayes , Fred Yule
Peter Sellers , Leslie Perrins
Bob and Alf Pearson
The Beaux and the Belles
Stanley Black and the Dance Orchestra
Script by Eddie Maguire and Ted Ray
Additional material by George Wadmore
Produced by Roy Speer
The Shadow Across the Farm
Midland Parliament discusses the loss of productive land through urban and industrial expansion and other causes
Professor L. Dudley Stamp , C.B.E.
Chief Adviser on Rural Land Utilisation to the Ministry of Agriculture
B. J. Collins
County Planning Officer for Middlesex
R. B. Beilby
Mining engineer and consultant
D. E. Hutchinson , J.P.
Farmer from Northamptonshire
Lieut.-Col. D. G. B. Duff
County Secretary of the National Farmers Union in Gloucestershire
Chairman, R. P. Winfrey , J.P.
Professor L. Dudley
Lieut.-Col. D. G. B.
A series of quarterly programmes on the study and appreciation of British birds
James Fisher introduces:
Dr. Konrad Lorenz on the behaviour and psychology of ducks and wild-fowl
R. P. Bagnall Oakeley on the Norfolk terneries
Philip E. Brown , of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, on bird, sounds of a summer night, with recordings by Ludwig Koch
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
R. P. Bagnall
Living Machinery by A. V. Hill , F.R.s.
Foulerton Professor of the Royal Society, and Winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology, 1922
An early interest in athletics led Professor Hill to study the muscles of animals and the way in which muscular work is produced. For his discoveries he shared a Nobel Prize with Otto Meyerhof in 1922. In this talk he deals with the history of this work and describes some of its practical applications.