and forecast for farmers and shipping
A talk by the Rev. Kenneth Healey. Rector of Algarkirk, Lincolnshire
and forecast for farmers and shipipine
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, Frank Thomas )
Conducted by Leo Wurmser
Kathleen Coxon (contralto)
Lionel Bowman (piano)
by C. G. F. Simkin , Professor of Economics, Auckland University
C. G. F.
Records of Symphony No. 4 (The Italian)
All hail the power of Jesus' name (A. and M. 300; S.P. 440)
New Every Morning, page 33 Psalm 20 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Matthew 18. vv. 21-35
Crown him with many crowns (A. and M 304)
The Richard Crean Orchestra
and his Band wit'h Tony Mencer
' Short List ' by R. Philmore
Read by Dorald Biseett
9—' Barbour Finds Life Difficult '
Part 10: tomorrow at 11.40
Music by Phil Cardew 's Cornbuskers with the Four Aces and the Hoedowners
Produced by David Miller
Reg Older, a Kent farmer, talks about after-harvest cultivations and autumn tilths, with a word or two about management of cattle and sheep in the autumn
from a mill canteen at Bradford with Suzette Tarri
Mackenzie Reid and Dorothy Mark Pasquin , Sid Walton Fred Harries at the piano
Presented by Philip Robinson
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Introduced by Leslie Mitchell
This week's edition includes the following recorded items:
Woman's Angile: Jeanne Heal interviews Sheila Sim
On the twenty-fifth anniversary of the death of Rudolph Valentino a recording of his voice is compared with tihat of Anthony Dexter, who portrays him in the film biography, Valentino'
A report by Michael Barsley on the Fourth Summer Belgian Film Festival at Knokke
Walt Disney and Kathryn Beaumont describe the making of his feature-length cartoon. 'Alice in Wonder-land.' with some music and scenes from the sound-track of this RKO Radio Pictures Technicolor preeemtation
Script written by Michael Storm
Produced by Pat Osborne
BBC Northern Orchestra (Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conductor, Charles Groves
(violin).: on gramophone records
Stephen Williams presents the seventh of a series of gramophone records of celebrated singers
A series of programmes reviewing developments in our knowledge of the workings of the human body
Edited by Professor S. Zuckerman C.B., F.R.S. ,
Produced by Robin Whitworth
Written by Martin Chisholm in consultation with Dr. P. L. Mollison
of the Blood Transfusion
Zuckerman C.B., F.R.S.
by Rosemary Grimble
The speaker was born on a small island in the Gilbert group, where her father was an officer in rhe Colonial Service. She and her three sisters all spoke the local language untii they were five years old. Each had a Polynesian nurse of a different religion, which led to violent if ill-informed theological controversy among the children. In this talk she describes fishing excursions off the :sland and the Polynesian people among whom her childhood was spent.
'A Prospect of Crab': a serial story in five parts by Julia Clark, told by Jo. 1 - 'Cobble House'
followed by 'Cherry Tree Cottage'
A holiday serial by G. M. Wilson
3 - 'Miss Miller's Diary'
Production by May E. Jenkin
The Marlowes have been living at Cherry Tree Cottage for nearly two weeks now and they have done wonders to the place. There have been snags and there are likely to be more.
Her children - Charles:
Her children - Richard:
Her children - Judy:
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South- East England
The marches played by the Band of the Irish Guards
Conducted by Lt. C. H. Jaeger ,
Director of Music
The waltzes played by the Raeburn Orchestra
Conductor, Wynford Reynolds
Introduced by Lionel Marson
Lt. C. H.
Gilbert Harding is referee in a game to test the wits and imagination of three hand-picked victims
Victims: Margaret Barton, Joe Linnane, Vernon Sylvaine
Inquisitors: Patricia Laffan, Kim Peacock, Alan Campbell Johnson
Programme devised by Victor Silvester Jnr.
Sketches by Kevin McGarry, Robert Muller, Charles Dally and Howard Lee McCarey
Production by Frederick Piffard
Johm Ellison , Henry Riddell , and Philip Bate pay a visit to the exhibition of rare keyboard, wind, and string instruments, organised by the Galpin Society at the Arts Council, St. James's Square, London
Radio's Own Crazy Gang
Harry Secomibe, Peter Sellers
Michael Bentine , Spike Milligan with the Ray EUington Quartet
The Stangazers, Max Geldray
The Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Stanley Black
Script by Spike Milligan
Larry Stephens and Jimmy Grafton
Produced by Dennis Main Wilson
Anona Winn , Joy Adamson
Jack Train , and Richard Dimbleby ask all the questions and Kenneth Home knows some of the answers
Talk by Sir Charles Tennyson
Bee ' Both Sides of the Microphone '
The Martin String Quartet:
David Martin (violin)
Neville Marriner (violin) Eileen Grainger (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello) Mewton-Wood (piano)