and forecast for farmers and shipping
Conducted by Sidney Bowman
' Meeting People-Meeting God '
A talk by the Rev. Moore Wasson
and forecast for farmers and shipping
BBC Revue Orchestra
(Leader, David Paget )
Conductor, Harry Rabinowitz
by Ivor Powell
The speaker describes his childlhood visits to an Edwardian uncle and aunt in North Wales. He recalls the atmosphere as one of comfort and plenty and of high moral tone.
Gerard Souzay (baritone) with Jacqueline Bonneau (piano)
Lola Bobesco (violin) Jacques Genty (piano) on gramophone records
Songs: A la brise; Quanti mai; 0 ma belle rebelle; Viens, les gazons sont verts (Gounod)
Sonata in A César Franck)
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT i. by Christine Trodd
New every morning (BBC Hvmn Book
New Every Morning, page 11
Psalm 103, vv. 1-12 (Broadcast Psalter) Philippians 3. v. 17, to 4, v, 9
All as God wills (BBC Hymn Book 1)
Joseph Muscant and his Orchestra
RHYTHM AND MELODY; Gladys Whutred
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Life and Work in Asia. Singapore. Script by Derrick Sington.
11.40 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN. Eine Rheinfahrt. Frau Baumann. die
Zwillinge und Onkel Otto treffen sich auf dem Rheindampfer. Manuskript von Irmgard Sello
Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
From an engineering works in Leeds
Charlie Chester, Marcia Owen, Eddie Malloy, Leslie Sarony
Jimmy Leach at the electronic ongan
Fred Hannies at the piano
Presented by Alan Clarke
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Harry Davidson 's Orchestra
Conducted by Sydney Davey with George Chitty
Introduced by Frederick Allen
Master of Ceremonies,
Producer, Stanton Jefferies
ADVENTURES IN ENGLISH. Poetry Programme: ' Practical Cats ' by T. S. Eliot. Script by Margaret J. Miller
2.20 HISTORY i. Life in Hogarth's London: the artist and his friend David Garrick see the sights of two hundred years ago. Script by R. J. White
2.40 SCIENCE AND THE COMMUNITY. ' Oiling the Works.' Script by Philip Brown
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , from the Grand Stand, and by Peter Dimmock , assisted by Roger Mortimer as race-reader, from a point down the course
From Newmarket Racecourse
A play by Angus MacLeod adapted from
Gerald Heard 's short story
' The Rousing of Mr. Bradegar '
4.35 app THE WHEEL'
A play by Joe Corrie
Production by James Crampsey
For Children of Most Ages
' For Your Bookshelf'
1- ' Space Travel and Nearer Home'
by Michael Bell
5.25 May We Recommend...
Two short plays from older books for children
The books were first published many years ago, and they are still on the shelves of children's libraries
In case you would like to read them, they are:
'Under the Lilacs' by Louisa M. Alcott and 'With Wolfe in Canada' by G. A. Henty
The excerpts from the books have been chosen, and dramatised by Marion MacWilliam and Ian G. Ball
Produced by Kathleen Garscadden
Shipping and general weather forecasts followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Tonight's speaker selects an event from the week's news
News, views, and personalities of the record world
A gramophone programme introduced by Denis Preston
This week's personality: Lita Roza
Visitor from Spain: the celebrated dancer, Antonio
Produced by Jack Dabbs
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
A serial in seven parts dramatised for broadcasting by David Stringer
[Starring] David Peel
Production by Norman Wright
Rodney Stone lives with his mother in Friar's Oak, near Brighton. There, at the village school, he meets Jim Harrison, nephew of the blacksmith and ex-pugilist Jack Harrison. One day an eccentric and one-time actress, Miss Hinton, draws up in a chaise and asks Harrison if Jim can come and have tea with her. Jim refuses, but when his uncle explains that she is lonely he agrees.
In the April of 1802, Rodney greets the home-coming of his father, Ainson Stone, who is an officer of the Fleet and has been sailing under Nelson in the war against France.
Sir Arthur Conan
Sir Charles Tregellis:
Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
The New London Quartet:
Erich Gruenberg (violin)
Lionel Bentley (violin) Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello)'
Before an invited audience in the Civic Theatre. Poplar
by Alistair Cooke
Anona Winn , Joy Adamson
Jack Train and Richard Dimbteby ask all the questions and Gilbert Harding knows some of the answers
A discussion between
A. Leigh Hunt
W. B. Reddaway
W. W. F. Shepherd
In the chair: Robert McKenzie
IsBritain over-populated? Can the Commonwealth .absorb more immigrants? What son of life and conditions can they expect there? These questions have rece ved added force from the Queen's recent remarks about the great opportunities offered by the Commonwealth, and tonight's speakers discuss what these mean .to Ae British emigrant.
W. W. F.
BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader, John Sharpe )
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Conducted by Guy Daines with Sylvia Cecil (soprano)
Introduced by Bruce Wyndham
Produced by Eric Arden
Weather Forecasting for the Community by S. P. Peters of the Air Ministry's Central Forecasting Office, Dunstable
The second of two talks explaining how information about .the weather is conveyed to the forecaster and how he makes his forecast from theinformation at his disposal.
followed by laite weather forecast for land area