and forecast for farmers and shipping
Conductor, Frank Cantell
Talk by A. M. ,d.d Chirgwin. .on theFarmers of the Coffee Mountain
A. M. ,d.D
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Food facts from port and mart to guide the household shopper
Compiled by Louise Davies
BBC Revue Orchestra
(Leader, David Paget )
Conductor, Harry Rabinowitz
Now thank we all our God (S.P. 350;
A. and M. 379: C.H. 29; P.H. 25: Tune. Nun danket)
Interlude: 'Deliverance from Slavery'
Prayers: the Prayer for Today; the Lord's Prayer
Lead us. heavenly Father (S.P. 555:
A. and M. 281; C.H. 563; P.H. 156: Tune. Mannheim)
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano)
Pablo Casals (cello) on gramophone records
Mit einem gemalten Bande (Beethoven): with George Reeves (piano)
She never told her love; The sailor's song (Haydn): with Gerald Moore (piano)
Seven variations on Bei Mannern
(Beethoven): Pablo Casals (cello); Rudolf Serkin (piano)
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT ii, by Marjorie Eele
Jesu. the very thought of thee (BBC
New Every Morning, page 22
Psalm 27, part 1 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Luke 11. vv. 37-54
0 Holv Ghost, thy people bless (BBC
Cecil Norman and the Rhythm Players
TIME and TUNE. by Kay Foster
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS i. (BBC recording)
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. The Language of the Visual Arts. 4-' The Painter: Tradition and Experiment,' by Michael Ayrton.
A radio correspondence column of letters from listeners about last Friday's programme 'Any Questions ? '
BBC Variety Orchestra
(Leader, George Deason )
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Reg and Gloria Brent
Theatre: Bruce Carfax
Variety: George Meaton
In Town Today: Leon Cortez
Presented by Bill Worsley
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed bv a detailed forecast for South-East England
Each week a challenger from one of the counties of Britain is invited to test a panel's knowledge of his county and its customs
Chairman, Victor Bonham-Carter
Programme devised and compiled by Alan White
Produced by Joan Clark
Gramophone records of music by Bach, Schumann, and Liszt
TRAVEL TALKS.New Orleans.' Script by Charlotte Fraser.
2.20 LOOKING AT THINGS. Chippendale and Sheraton: two great furniture designers of the eighteenth century. Script by Freda Lingstrom
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. The Wanderings of Odysseus. 4—' Odysseus at Sea.' Script by Silvia Goodall
A monthly film magazine
Scenes in Sound: Milton Shulman presents some passages of soundtrack which he finds interesting
' Hitch '; Alfred Hitchcock , director of the Royal Command film To Catch a Thief.' talks with Gordon Gow about his next production ' The Man Who Knew Too Much.' a new version of the film he made in 1934. and how the style of melodrama has changed since then. Two Writers: a conversation between two authors whose novels have provided many film scripts, and who have also written for films-Raymond Chandler, who wrote ' Farewell. My
Lovely.' ' The Big Sleep.' and ' The Lady in the Lake, and Nigel Balchin. just returned from Hollywood.
(Leader, Philip Whiteway ) Conductor, Rae Jenkins
John Francis (flute)
Thomas Hardy 's novel of the Wessex countryside adapted as a radio play in ten episodes by Desmond Hawkins
9 — ' A Fugitive Amongst the Trees '
Produced by Owen Reed
For Older Listeners
'Biggles and the Pirate Treasure'
Four Biggles adventures adapted by Bertha Lonsdale from stories in the book by Captain W. Johns
3-' Biggles and the Unknown Diamonds '
Production by Trevor Hill
Last week's adventure took Biggles and Co. to the Continent; but when Air Commodore Raymond displays a nice line in raw diamonds before them they are soon interested in yet another case - especially as H.M. Customs have no record of the stones. Biggies and his pals arrive in South Africa-close to the source of one of the most valuable diamond fields. They soon take on a plane-load of trouble - including monkeys!
Air-Commodore Raymond of theSpecial Air Section Scotland Yard:
Police Inspector Gaskin:
Doctor Schultz, a German doctor:
Timmins, a small-time pawnbroker:
Mr Schultz, a brother:
Marcel Brissac, of the Paris SuretÃ©:
7—' Monkey's Eye View' by Stafford Byrne
When dealing with monkeys always [urn the other cheek.
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Today's results and weekend preview
Introduced by John Snagge
James McPhee (tenor)
Chic Laval (guitar)
Frederick Stone (piano)
First of four programmes of folk songs
Talk by the Rev. Canon M. A. C. Warren, D.D.
The enterprise and generosity of Churches in America are calling for another form of co-operation in the field of Christian Service. Canon Warren has been visiting Honolulu for a conference of the Overseas Department of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the U.S.A., and tells of his experiences.
Highlights of the Show World
Stars of the stage, screen, radio and concert platform, with the augmented BBC Revue Orchestra
Produced by John Simmonds
by Wilfrid Noyce
Wilfrid Noyce describes the crowded life on Mont Blanc today, and explores the qualities of the mountain of which de Saussure said in 1760, ' I will offer a reward to the first man to reach that summit.'
A survey of the effects of myxomatosis on agriculture and wild life, arranged and conducted by Michael Shephard
Those taking part are:
H. V. Thompson
Infestation Control Officer of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Captain R. E. Wallace
Master of the Heythrop Foxhounds
James Wentworth Day
Country author and sportsman and opponent of the theory that the disease should be spread
H. F. Parker
It is now two years since myxomatosis first broke out in this country and roughly one year since much of the land could be considered free of rabbits. The Ministry of Agriculture's Advisory Committee has recently concluded its own survey on myxomatosis and its findings are discussed in the programme.
Captain R. E.
with Alms Cogan , June Whitfield
Wallas Eaton , The Keynotes
Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra Conducted by Harry Rabinowitz
Announced by David Dunhill
Script by Frank Muir and Denis Norden
Produced by Charles Maxwell
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
Peter Pears (tenor)
Benjamin Britten (piano)
At day-close in November
Midnight on the Great Western (or The journeying boy)
Wagtail and baby The little old table
The choirmaster's burial (or The tenor man's story)
Proud songsters (Thrushes, finches, and nightingales)
At the railway station. Upway (or The convict and the boy with the violin)
Before life and after
Speeches from a Dinner at the Hotel AngJeterre
late weather forecast for land areas
A review of today's overseas commodity and financial news. and the London Stock Market closing report