Wynford Reynolds and his Orchestra
and forecast for farmers and shipping
(Leader, William Mclnulty )
Conductor, David Curry
Recipe for Happiness
' Dealing with Resentment'
Talk by the Bishop of Croydon
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Ron Goodwin and his Concert Orchestra.
Harry Dianks (viola)
Robert Collet (piano)
0 worship the king- (S.P. 1925 edn.
337; S.P. Enlarged edn. 618; A. and M. 167; C.H. 9: P. and H. 17, all omitting vv. 3, 5: Tune, Hanover)
Interlude:' Gladys Aydward '—1 .
Prayers.; the Prayer for Haippiness, the Lord's Prayer
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us
(S.P. 1925 edn. 2S7: S...P. Enlarged edn. 566: A and M. 281; C.H. 563: P. and H. 166: Tune, Manncheim)
NATURE STUDY... Standings' Script by Eric Palmar.
10.8 NATURE CALENDAR.
Sing to the Lord, a joyful song (BBC
Hymn Book 19)
New Every Morniing, page 68 Psalm 148 (Broadcast Psadter) Lsaiah 1, vv. 1-4, 10-20
Thy Kingdom come, 0 God (BBC
Falkman and has Apache Band
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I: Eileen Browne
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Time and Tempenature2-'Measuring Time.' Script by J. G. Porter , pfo.D., f.r.a.s. (BBC recording)
11.40 RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. OhriStrianity and the Riso of Science. 11-Scientific Humanism (ii). Eric Ashby , Vice-Chancellor of the Queen's University, Belfast, discusses the belief that science can provide a philosophy of life
Gramophone records presented by Robert Symes
from a factory canteen in Newport, Monmouthshire
with Lee Lawrence, Marcia Owen, Gladys Hay, Peter Cavanagh
James Moody at the piano
Presented by Arun Williams
and forecast for farmers a.nd. shipping
A spontaneous discussion by Ralph Wightman , John . Foot
The Rt. Hon. Hector McNeil, m.p.
The Rt. Hon... Richard Law, M.P.
From the Buller Hall, Exeter, Devon
STORIES AND RHYMES. Ashenpubbed : a stony from. Grimm. adapted for broadcasting by Mellissia Wood
2.30 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Androcles and tibe Lion.,' by Bernard Shaw The second of three programmes giviing scemes from tibe play
2.45 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. A programme in simple French in which listeners are invited to take, an active pa'nt. scène: Tout est. bien, qui flnit Men. Script by Emtile Hanven
Light Mustic String Ensemlble directed by Max Jaffa with Elsie Morison (soprano)
For younger listeners
A Nursery Sing-Song with Vi and Trevor
' Buster's Holiday ' : a story by Elizabeth Churchill , told by Trevor
5.25 For Children of Most Ages
' Who, What, When, Where '
John Lane gives the results of the competition he set on November 3
' Chanucah ' : a talk by Charles Spencer
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Higher Farming for Higher Profits by Sir James A. Scott Watson C.B.E., LL.D ,
Chief Scientific and Agricultural Adviser, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
There are real difficulties in the way of a further expansion of home food production. In some cases the chief obstacle is a shortage of workers or of suitable housing. In others it may be lack of working capital. Getting the extra return per acre may not be easy, but it can be profitable.
Sir James A. Scott
Watson C.B.E., Ll.D
Listeners' requests introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
Talk by Aubrey Herbert
The speaker has lately returned from a tour of duty in India, and in this talk describes his environment.
Stars and music of the past and present from home and abroad
[Starring] Richard Murdoch, Kenneth Horne, and Sam Costa
with Maurice Denham and Dora Bryan
BBC Men's Chorus
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Script by Richard Murdoch and Kenneth Horne
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
The Problem of Western Defence
Talk by Lord Tweedsmuir
The speaker considers the progress m-ade by NATO in planning the defence of the West
with Benny Lee and Pearl Carr , Ronald Fletcher
Nat Temple and his Orchestra
Produced by Pat Dixon
by J. G. Porter Ph.D., F.R.A.S , .
Porter Ph.D., F.R.A.S
Sonata in C sharp minor, Op. 27 No. 2 (Moonlight)
Bagatelles, Op. 126:
No. 1 in G; No. 2 in G minor
No. 3 in E Hart
Thirty-two Variations in C minor played by Julius Kaitchen (piano)
A series of programmes which will include Beethoven's thinty-two piano sonaitas
The title of ' Moonlight' was not given to the Sonata in C sharp minor by Beethoven; he described it, together with its fellow, (Op. 27 No. 1, as 'Sonata quasi fantasia,' thereby indicating its divergence from the normal conventions of sonata form. The divergence is to be found entirely in the improvisatory, almost impressionistic character of the first movement, which earned the sonata its romantic name.
The brilliant variations in C minor are based on the Chaconne principle, being elaborations of the basic harmonies of the theme. The Bagatelles (from the last set, written shortly after the Ninth Symphony) are perhaps best described as musical aphorisms Deryck Cooke