Marcel Gardner and his Serenade Orchestra
and forecast for farmers and shipping
' That They May Have Life '
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra
Wilfred Simenauer (cello)
Emily Jean Mair (piano)
O worship the King (S.P. 618: A. and M. 167: C.H. 9: P. and H. 17, aJJ omitting w. 3 and 5: Tune, Hanover)
Interlude: • Blessed are they whiicih do hunger and thirst after righteousness '
Prayers; the Prayer of St. Ignatius
Loyola; the Lord's Prayer
Holy Spirit, truth divine (S.P. 520;
A. and M. 672: C.H. 193; P. and H. 93. all omitting vv. 4 and 6: Tune, Innocents)
NATURE STUDY. Living Underground; 1-Earthworms Script by Eric Palmar.
10.8 NATURB CALENDAR. (BBC recording)
0 praise ye the Lord! (BBC Hymn
New Every Morning, page 4 Psalm 96 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Matthew 19. vv. 23-30
The Lord doth reign (BBC Hymn
Jack Nathan and his Band
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I, by Christine Trodd
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Animals with Backbones. 3 — Amphibians, by J. W. Lester.
11.40 RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. Natural Science and Supernatural Religion. 7-The Christian Interpretation of the Universe. The last of three talks by the Rt. Rev. F. A. Cockin , D.D., Bishop of Bristol
Rev. F. A.
A programme of records introduced by Denis McCarthy
From a factory canteen in Hirwaun, Glamorgan
with Les Jones, Shirley Davies, Joan Stevens and Tano Ferendinos, Albert and Les Ward
James Moody at the piano
a.nd forecast for farmers and shipping
A spontaneous discussion by A. G. Street
Anigns Maude M.P.
From the Swanthmore Hall, Plymouth
Produced by Michael Bowen
STORIES AND RHYMES. The Good-Natured Bear': an old-fashioned story by Robert Hen gist Horne, adapted for broadcasting as a three-part serial by Sam Langdon. Part 2
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronë. Arranged for broadcasting by June Hodge. Part *
2.45 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. A programme in simple French in which listenens aire invited to take an active part. Scène: Victor conduit 1e tracteur. Script by Margo Lawrie
Light Music String Ensemble.
Directed by Max Jaffa with Adrienne Cole (soprano)
Doris Day and Howard Keel in
with Allyn McLerie , Philip Carey and Dick Wesson
An adaptation from the sound-track of the new Warner Brothers Technicolor picture
Adapted by Gordon Gow Produced by Denys Jones
For Younger Listeners
A nursery sing-song with Vi and Trevor
' The Unhappy Badger ': a Shrove Tuesday story by Joan Rowlands , told by Herbert Smith
5.25 For Children of Most Ages
Your questions answered by the resident members-Peter Scott , James Fisher , and L. Hugh Newman-with Derek McCulloch (Uncle Mac) in the chair
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Muscular Dystrophy in Calves by K. L. Blaxter , D.sc.
Dr. Blaxter, of the Hannah Dairy Research Institute, Ayr, talks a-bout recent research work carried out on muscle disease in calves causing stiffness, and points out how results have helped to solve a serious problem, particularly in beef rearings herds.
with Vic Oliver as host and Master of Ceremonies
Bob Monkhouse and Denis Goodwin
Margaret Rutherford and Carol Marsh
The George Mitchell Choir
Variety Concert Orchestra (Leader, Richard Worrall )
Conducted by Philip Martell and Vic Oliver Continuity by Carey Edwards
Production by Tom Ronald
The people of the circus tell their own story and invite you to step inside the fascinating world of the sawdust ring
Script by Denis Constanduros
Production by Desmond Hawkins
This week is a busy one for circus folk. After their hibernation in winter quarters the tenting shows are taking to tlhe road again for the new season.
with Nicholas Parsons and Dora Bryan
BBC Men's Chorus
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Script by Richard Murdoch and Kenneth Horne
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
A twice-weekly series of programmes on current affairs
Speakers in the studio in London and from regional and overseas centres contribute news and views on the issues of today and tomorrow
Arne Skjold Rasmussen (piano)
Submarine Archaeology A discussion between Sir Mortimer Wheeler C.I.E. , M.C., D.Litt., F.B.A. Professor of Archaeology in the University of London and Secretary of the British Academy and the editor of this series
Fellow of St. John's College
Cambridge ' and Lecturer in Archaeology in the University
Recent underwater excavations carried out on the hull of an ancient Greek trading galley in the Bay of Marseilles, under the direction of Commandant Jacques-Yves Cousteau , have drawn attention to new possibilities in this branch of archaeology.
Tonight's speakers visited Marseilles recently, and in this programme they discuss these excavations and the important objects that have been found.
Produced by John Irving
Sir Mortimer Wheeler