Sidney Davey and his Players
Sidney Davey and his
and forecast for farmers and shipping
(Leader, William Mclnulty )
Conductor, David Curry
' This Christian Faith '
2-A New Beginning
The Rev. Arthur S. Yates , Ph.D. comments on part of St. Luke 15
Rev. Arthur S.
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Eric Jupp and his Orchestra
by Robin Wood
All people that on earth do dwell
(S.P. 443, omitting v. 5; A. and M. 166, omitting v. 5; C.H. 229: P. and H. 1. omitting v. 5: Tune, Old Hundredth)
Interlude: The Boyhood of Jesus
Prayers; the Prayer for Kappiness; the Lord's Prayer
Jesus shall reign (S.P. 645; A. and M.
220; C.H. 388. omitting v. 2; P. and H. 204: Tune, Truro)
10.0 NATURE STUDY. 'Moths,' by L. Hugh Newman.
Gracious Spirit. Holy Ghost (BBC
Hymn Book 153)
New Every Morning, page 93
Psalm 119, Part 7 (Broadcast psalter) St. Matthew 19, vv. 16-30
Judge eternal (BBC Hymn Book 393)
Jack Nathan and his Band
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT i, by Christine Trodd
Repeated on Thursday at 9.55 a.m.
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Metals. 1— ' Metals in our Daily Lives.' Script by Honor Wyatt.
11.40 RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. Suffering and the Providence of God. 1—
'The best of all possible worlds.'
Script by R. J. White. This programme, which introduces a new series for Sixth Forms, is based upon Voltaire's novel' Candide.' (BBC recording)
from a canteen in Margate, Kent
with Phil Phillips, Vic Wise, Lucille Graham, Cyril Fletcher
James Moody at the piano
Harold Smart at the organ
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
at the BBC theatre organ
Valse Viennoise - Poldini
Idle Jack - Edward White
A Minuet for Melinda - William Davies
Two Film Tunes: Three Coins in the Fountain - Cahn and Styne
I can't believe that you're in love with me (The Caine Mutiny) - McHugh and Gaskill
Selection from the Film: The story of Gilbert and Sullivan - arr. Felton Rapley
STORIES AND RHYMES. Mother's Girl and Father's Girl ': an adaptation by Rhoda Power of the Rumanian folk tale translated by Mabel Nandris
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH II... ' Wuthering Heights ' by Emily Bronte , adapted for broadcasting by Silvia Goodall. Part 1
2.40 INTERVAL MUSIC
2.46 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. It is hoped that listeners will take an active part in this programme. Today they are introduced to Tante Rosine , wfio is a bouquiniste near Notre-Dame. and to Jean, her nephew. Script by Emile Harven
with Tom O'Neill (tenor)
Five programmes on secondary education in England today
Introduced by Norman Fisher
Chief Education Officer,
City of Manchester
3-Is the organisation of secondary education too rigid?
K. B. Hutton , D.Ph.
Headmaster of Hatfield Secondary Technical School
Rector of the Academy. Kilmarnock
Alan Green a parent
Next Tuesday: Is the comprehensive school an answer
For Younger Listeners
' Once-upon-a-time ... '
. English fairy tales collected by Joseph Jacobs and told by ' Elizabeth ' (May E. Jenkin )
5 — ' Tom Tit Tot'
5.15 ' Pedlar of Songs '
John Runge sings some of his favourites old and new
5.30 For Children of Most Ages
' Quiet as a Moth Flies '
A sheaf of poems
(and a story) by Eleanor Farjeon arranged by the author for an evening in September
Produced by Geoffrey with music chosen by Jo
Readers: Sara Jackson and Denys Blakelock
What will you find there, child, what will you do?
Something that I cannot ever tell to you
Quiet as a moth flies across the candle-beam
I'm going, going back into the dream.
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
This evening's speaker comments on a development of topical interest
A series of programmes taking you behind the scenes in a provincial Police force
Introduced by E. J. Dodd , C.B.E.
Chief Constable of Birmingham
James Pestridge dials 999 for the Police Emergency Service and follows his call through the great G.P.O. Telephone Exchange in Birmingham to the Police Information Room. Police Officers show what action is taken when calls are received.
The old songs we still love sung by Marion Lowe (soprano)
Webster Booth (tenor)
Raymond Newell (baritone) with David McCallum and the Spa Orchestra
At the organ, Felton Rapley
At the piano, Clifton Helliwell
The programme includes:
Where my caravan has rested
I hear you calling me
The Company Sergeant Major
A Summer Night
Produced by Harold Neden
with Victoria Hopper
A play for broadcasting by Frederick Aiken
Based on a short story by Anton Chekhov
Production by Hugh Stewart
Wynford Vaughan Thomas , in a boat on the canals, describes this beautiful city and brings in Raymond Baxter at the Schreierstoren (the harbourmaster's office)
Brian Johnston in t'Olde Binnenhofje (a restaurant with music)
Max Robertson in the Nes (centre of the tobacco trade in Amsterdam)
Audrey Russell in the Singel (by the floating flower market)
Henry Riddell at the Rijksmuseum (one of the great picture galleries of the world) and Brian Johnston overlooking the Rembrandtsplein (one of the principal squares of the city)
A twice-weekly survey of 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
Jascha Veissi (viola)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Rescue Excavation in the Chew Valley, Somerset
The story of co-operation between archaeology and industry
Narrator, Alun Wheatley
In 1945 the Bristol Waterworks Company began building a new reservoir which would eventually inundate the Chew Valley. The Ministry of Works therefore undertook to excavate important archaeological sites threatened by the rising water.
The programme includes details of the sites which represent all periods from the Bronze Age onwards.
Edited and produced by John Irving
followed by late weather forecast for land areas