Jack Salisbury and his Salon Orchestra
Jack Salisbury and his Salon
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Conductor, David Curry
The Rev. Hugh Rees , Vicar of Colwyn Bay, speaks about nursery rhymes
2 — ' All the King's Men '
and forecast for farmers and shipping
BBC Concert Orchestra
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Ivey Dickson (piano)
Ye holy angels bright (omitting v. 2)
(S.P. 701; A. and M. 646; C.H. 39: P. and H. 225: Tune, Darwall's 148th)
Interlude: 'The Call of Matthew' Prayers; the Prayer for God's Presence: the Lord's Prayer
Blest are the pure in heart (S.P. 455;
A. and M. 261; C.H. 478; P. and H. 136: Tune, Franconia)
10.0 NATURE STUDY. Town Mouse and Country Mouse.' Script by Christine Dudley
Enthrone thy God within thy heart
(BBC Hymn Book 320)
New Every Morning, page 93 Psalm 138 (Broadcast Psalter) St. John 14, vv. 1-11
It fell upon a summer day (BBC
Hymn Book 71)
Primo Scala and his Accordion Band
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I, by Christine Trodd
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Metals. 6— Aluminium. Script by Chris Hanson.
11.40 RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. Suffering and the Providence of God. 6-' A Suffering Nation.' Written and narrated by G. J. N. Whitfield , Headmaster of Hampton Grammar School.
G. J. N.
Who? Why? Where? When?
Presented, with records, by Leonard Henry
from an instrument and electrical engineering factory in Edinburgh
with Jimmy Logan, Joan Regan, Bob Andrews, Nicky Kidd
At the piano, George Bowrie
Presented by Eddie Fraser
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Discussed spontaneously by A. G. Street
Viscount Hailsham , q.c.
Kingsley Martin Dingle Foot
From the Arts Centre, Swindon
STORIES AND RHYMES. ' The White Kid ' : a Portuguese fairy-tale, adapted by Norma Douglas-Henry
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH 11. ' Wuthering Heights,' by Emily Bronte , adapted by Silvia Goodall. Part 6
2.40 Interval music
2.45 EARLY STAGES IN French. Scene: Au bureau de tabac. Script by Emile Harven It is hoped that listeners will take an active part in this programme
and his Serenade Orchestra with Joyce Goodwin (soprano)
Diane Howard , Graham Clifford , and C. R. Hewitt meet under the chairmanship of Eric Stenton to consider which way they would have turned if they had been faced by some of the problems they hear described by listeners First of a series of four programmes devised by Diane Howard
For Younger Listeners
A Nursery Sing-Song with Doris and Trevor and Mabel Hardy at the piano
' The Boy, the Donkey, and the Cart': a story by Sephnie Firth , told by Herbert
5.25 For Children of Most Ages
Your questions answered by the resident members-Peter Scott , James Fisher , and L. Hugh New man-with Derek McCulloch (Uncle Mac) in the chair
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
The Milk Industry
Talk by W. R. Trehane
This week's London Dairy Show emphasises the importance of milk production to British agriculture. Mr. Trehane, Vice-Chairman of the Milk Marketing Board of England and Wales, who farms in Dorset, talks about the changes that have taken place recently in the milk industry, and stresses the position of dairy farming in our national economy.
including speeches by: Lord Mackintosh of Halifax,
Chairman, National Savings Committee who introduces
H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh,
K.G., K.T., G.B.E.
The Rt. Hon. R. A. Butler, C.H., M.P.
The Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell, M.P .
Recorded this afternoon at the Royal Festival Hall, London
Rt. Hon. R. A.
Butler, C.H., M.P.
Rt. Hon. Hugh
Lorely Dyer (soprano)
Stephen Manton (tenor)
Redvers Llewellyn (baritone) with David McCallum and the Spa Orchestra
At the organ, Felton Rapley
At the piano, Winifred Davey
The programme includes ' On the Road to Mandalay.' ' Roses of Picardy,' My Dreams,' ' Songs my
Mother Sang, ' Two Eyes of Grey '
Introduced by Lionel Marson
Produced by Harold Neden
The Boys' Brigade
A programme for the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Sir William Smith , founder of the Boys' Brigade
Written and produced by Robert Dunnett
A series of three talks by Julian Duguid
2—' The Road to the Isles '
Mr. Duguid gives his impressions of a journey in which he covered much the same ground as did Dr. Johnson and his friend Boswell in 1773. Next talk, Speed, Bonny Boat ': Sunday at 9.15
Peter Sellers , Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan in ' The Affair of the Lone Banana
Fred Nurke is missing! An over-ripe banana, in a deserted Cannon Street shipping office, is the only clue to his whereabouts. Inspector Ned Seagoon follows the trail to a British Embassy in South America, where he is just in time to help the Embassy staff in a brush with the rebels. Why are Senor Gonzales Mess and his gang trying to cut down the only banana tree in the Embassy gardens, and what is the connection between Fred Nurke and the over-ripe banana in Cannon Street?
Cast in order of speaking:
The Ray Ellington Quartet
Orchestra conducted by Wally Stott
Announcer, Wallace Greenslade
Script by Spike Milligan Production by Peter Eton
Miss Minnie Bannister:
Inspector Ned Seagoon:
Senor Gonzales Mess:
Mr Henry Crun:
Major Denis Bloodnok:
A twice-weekly survey of current affairs
by Harold Darke
From the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook, Suffolk, on the occasion of the re-opening of the organ
Working Men's College
The College celebrates its centenary next week. This programme gives an account of its foundation and development and some of its activities of today
Sir Wilfrid Eady
J. F. C. Harrison
(Historian of the College) and teachers and students
Narrator, Vincent Alford
The College has something of a unique status in the educational world. It is a university in miniature-with a difference. Its seven hundred pupils are drawn from an unusually varied pattern of life. It holds ninety-two classes in almost as many different subjects, and the whole of its teaching staff of more than a hundred is voluntary and unpaid.
J. F. C.
followed by late weather forecast for land areas