Park and Dare Workmen's Band
Conductor, Harry Nuttall
and his Ballroom Orchestra
' Point of No Return '
Talk by Cecil Northcott
A bulletin of food news
/to guide the household shopper
Compiled by Louise Davies
Isy Geiger and his Viennese Music
by Roy Herbert
' All of a sudden,' says Mr. Herbert, I find that I am no longer part of the coming generation. I may not actually be going instead of coming, but I am almost certainly at a standstill.' To put it another way, he confesses that he is getting on and takes a rather grey view of the whole thing.
Edgar Fleet (tenor)
Clifton Helliwell (piano)
Tony Danby (oboe)
Geoffrey Connah (piano)
(Continued in next column)
STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. Pheidippides and the Battle of Marathon. (490 B.c.).' Script by Rhoda Power.
The star of morn has risen (BBC
New Every Morning, page 87
Psalm 119, part 5 (Broadcast psalter) St. John 10. vv. 11-26
Lead. kindly light (BBC H.B. 306)
Lou Preager and his Orchestra
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT it, by Marjorie Eele.
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS II
11.40 FRENCH FOR SIXTH FORMS. ' L'instituteur de campagne.' Le jeune Pierre Esteve pi-end possession de son poste a Rouvroy dans la Somme, ou il va apprendre son metier d'instituteur. Texte de Max Bellancourt.
and plays records of artists who are no longer with us
An agricultural weekly
Topical talks of interest to farmers and country people
News commentary by Clifford Selly
Introduced by George Villiers
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
Reports from Britain and overseas
let's join tN. Poems about cats and a story. ' The Cat who Arranged Things ' by Margaret Gore
2.20 ADVENTURES IN music. Schubert: second of two illustrated talks by Eileen Browne
2.40 history ii. Cartwright. Script by Maurice Whitbread
A comedy by John Coatea
Adapted for broadcasting by Mollie Greenhalgh
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by Archie Campbell
Anne his sister:
Charles Ransom, their father:
Mary Ransom, their mother:
Chrystal, Michael's girl-friend:
Bill Anne's boy-friend:
Lucy, her great-niece:
from St. Michael's College,
Intrott: Jubilate Deo (Lassus)
Sentence: Confession; Absolution The Lord's Prayer
Preces (William Smith ) Psalm 119, vv. 1-32
First Lesson: Proverbs 22, vv. 1-16 Magnificat (Sumsion in G)
Second Lesson: St. Luke 14, vv. 25-
35; 15. vv. 1-10
Nunc dimittis (Sumsion in G) Creed: Lesser Litany
The Lord's Prayer (Stones) Versicies and Responses Collects
Anthem: Rejoice in the Lord alway
Thy kingdom come (E.H. 504)
Organist and Director of the Music,
Advice and entertainment for retired people and older people generally and a meeting-place on the air for those concerned for their welfare.
Shakespeare Saved my Bacon: H. P. Bonser feels he owes a lot to poetry and describes one very cogent reason for this.
Helping your doctor to help you: another talk by a physician
Presented by Richard Baker
For Children of Most Ages
' The Would-Be-Goods' by E. Nesbit
Told in eight episodes by David
4— ' The Waterworks '
Children and Grown-ups too, no less
Should listen and be saved-
For this, as Oswald will confess.
Is on his heart engraved-
Once more the Path of Naughtiness
With Good Intent is paved
5.20 For Listeners of all Ages
' Mission for Oliver *
The adventures of a Drummer Boy of the 111th Foot
A serial play in six episodes by David Scott Daniell
4—' Captured by the Bandits ' with Winifred Irvin (piccolo)
Produced by Peggy Bacon
(A new production of the serial originally broadcast in 1951) 5.50 Children's Hour prayers conducted by the Rev. R. T. Brooks
Rev. R. T.
Ensign Peter Boscawen:
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A programme for listeners in the South-East of England
6.15 Local news
6.25 Today's sport
6.30 Reports and comments
played by the Scottish Country Players Conductor, James Calder
starring Bob Hope with his special guest
Rosemary Clooney also featuring
Bill Goodwin , Margaret Whiting
Les Brown and his Band of Renown
A series of four programmes
. on the work of the City of London
2-Banking: the heart of the sterling area
Those taking part:
R. G. Thornton a general manager of one of the Big Five Banks and a panel of questioners :
Mrs. Hector McNeil a housewife
John Plant a bus conductor
A. W. Rowe a schoolmaster
Chairman, Cyril Ray
Endre Wolf (violin)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader,Paul Beard )
Conducted by Pedro de Freitas Branco
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
de Freitas Branco
C.B.K., T.D., Q.C., M.P.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs broadcasts a message to mark the eleventh anniversary of the United Nations
Are these, as Burke believed, 'The common disposition of the greatest part of mankind' or is the future of the British people really in the balance? Asa Briggs explores the situation in a series of five broadcasts.
4-The Irrelevance of Contemporary Politics
Professor of Modern History in the University of Leeds Richard Crossman, M.P.
The Rt. Hon. Walter Elliot
C.H., M.C., M.P.
In last week's programme Professor Briggs argued that major changes were needed in our social system. Tonight he maintains that these changes are not being fully considered because they tend to cut across existing party political lines.
Rt. Hon. Walter
A programme about this North Sea fishing ground
Some thirty miles east of Lowestoft lies one of the most famous and productive of the North Sea fishing grounds, and for the drifters of the East Anglian herring fleet now is the season when work is at its height.
To find out more about this sea area and the men who fish there, Richard Maddock joins the crew of the Dick Whittington and speaks on the ship's transmitter to those listening at home
At Lowestoft. on the quayside of the Waveney Dock, Brian Johnston describes the activity there and meets some of the men and women who unload, sell, and pack the drifters' cargo
Records of popular music
Presented by Hilde Breitkreuz
late weather forecast for land areas