Y.E.W.C.O. Works Band
Conductor, Albert Lunn
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Conductor, Frank Cantell
' New Life '
Talk by the Rev. George Snow
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Food facts from port and mart
Compiled by Louise Davies
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
(S.P. 626. omitting v. 4; A. and M. 657: C.H. 22 and P. and H. 223. omitting v. 4: Tune, Lobe den Herren)
Interlude: 'The Healing on the Sabbath Day '
Prayers; the Prayer for Thanksgiving: the Lord's Prayer
Hark. the glad sound (S.P. 62; A. and M. 53; C.H. 40. omitting vv. 2, 4, 6; P. and H. 36: Tune, Bristol)
Gramophone records of music by Weber, Ponchielli, and Walton
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT ii, by Marjorie Eele
Jesu, thv mercies are untold (BBC
Hymn Book 324)
New Every Morning, page 41 Psalm 32 (Broadcast Psalter) St. John 19, vv. 17-30
0 dearest Lord (BBC Hymn Book
Bill Savill and his Orchestra
TIME AND TUNE, by Kay Foster
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS I. (BBC recording)
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Current Affairs
Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan in ' Lurgi Strikes Britain! '
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
with Pearl Hackney , Deryck Guyler
Music directed by Peter Akister
Script by Eric Barker
Produced by Charles Maxwell
played by Eric Harrison (piano)
Fourth of eight programmes
TRAVEL TALKS. Round the Commonwealth. ' With the Bamangwato people of Bechuanaland.' Script by John Seymour
2.20 LOOKING AT THINGS. ' Staging an Exhibition.' Script bv John Allen , based on material supplied by Sydney Foott
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. ' The Blue Pavilions' by Sir A. Quiller-Couch adapted for broadcasting by G. A. Russell Purchase. Part 2
G. A. Russell
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Dramatised as a serial for broadcasting in eight parts by R. J. B. Sellar
1 — ' The Prisoner of Edinburgh Castle'
R. J. B.
(Leader, Philip Whiteway )
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Max Salpeter (violin)
Gramophone records presented by Mark Lubbock
The Stolen Inheritance '
A new serial play written for broadcasting by Constance Teear
1—' Fugitive from Justice '
Other parts played by Gwenyth Petty , Myrfyn Owen
Prysor Williams , Michael Aspel
Production by Lorraine Davies
David Williams , a young Welshman, comes home from Jamaica in 1797 to find that his father has died as the result of a mysterious accident. It seems that before his death he signed an agreement giving a stranger called Tyler Maddocks the right to exploit the mineral wealth of his property for twenty-five years. Was his father murdered. and is the signature on the agreement a forgery? To discover the truth David must outwit a band of ruthless scoundrels.
5.40 Saturday Mornings by W. R. Dalzell
I-The Tower of London
A new series of six talks about some of London's show places which you can visit on Saturday mornings.
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Today's results and weekend preview introduced by John Snagge
(in a recorded programme) discusses with Roy Plomley the gramophone records he would choose to have with him if he were condemned to spend the rest of his life on a desert is)and Programme produced by Monica Chapman
from Wales with Edward Byles Rita Williams
Albert and Les Ward
An excerpt from
' Birds of a Feather ' by J. O. Francis
The Voices in Harmony
The Lyrian Singers
BBC Welsh Orchestra
(Leader. Philip Whiteway )
Conducted by Arwel Hughes Introduced by Alun Williams
Production by Mai Jones
by Geoffrey Moore
Geoffrey Moore left the U.S.A. in 1951, after a stay of nearly four years, and carried with him a keen regret for much that he had found there. He returned in August to hold a year's appointment in the University of Kansas. In this talk, recorded in America, he gives his impressions of the States, and of the Middle West in particular, after three years' absence.
Bristol Channel Pilot
Written and produced by Eileen Capel
George Buck has recently retired from the Bristol pilotage. Like many Bristol Channel pilots, he was born in the village of Pill on the banks of the Avon, and his family have long been associated with piloting.
Mr. Buck tells the story of the keen competition that once existed between the pilots, when the cutters would race each other out into the Channel looking for ships, and describes life today, piloting the great ships safely up and down the Bristol Channel.
with Benny Lee and Pearl Carr
Nat Temple and his Orchestra
Orchestrations by Malcolm Lockyer
Announcer, Ronald Fletcher
Produced by Pat Dixon
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
A new series of impressions reflections and facts collected and recorded by Jenifer Wayne
Produced by Malcolm Baker-Smith
Maurice Gendron (cello)
Jean Francaix (piano)
Fauri Etegie , Op. 24
Romance in A, Op. 69
Serenade in A minor
Mouvement perpétuel, in B minor
followed by late weather forecast for land areas