Primo Scala and his Accordion Band
Conductor, Jack Leon
' Modern A postles of Unity '
A series of talks by the Rev. Kenneth Slack
'Unity and the Church's Message'
Answers to this week's questions from listeners about household problems.
played by Owen Walters and his Orchestra
by Tanya Matthews
In the three years that she has lived in England Tanya Matthews believes that she has become completely English and is shocked when reminded of her earlier Russian emotionalism.
Kathleen Kay (contralto)
Michael Dobson (oboe)
Frederick Stone (piano)
MUSIC AND movement I, by Marjorie Eele
Praise, mv soul, the King of Heaven (BBC H.B. 15)
New Every Morning, page 54 Psalm 36 (Broadcast Psalter) 1 Corinthians 14. vv. 1-12
Happy are they, they that love God (BBC H.B. 274)
Marcel Gardner and his Orchestra
RHYTHM AND melody, by Gladys Whitred.
11.20 geocraphy. Europe. ' Village Life in Southern Spain.' Script by A. L. Lloyd.
11.40 INTERMEDIATE German. Ferien im Schnee.' Manuskript von Milo Sperber. Erikas und Friedrichs Winterferien sind nicht gerade ein Riesenerfolg gewesen. Heute erfahren Sie, was eigentlich passiert ist.
Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
from a factory canteen in Todmorden, Lancashire
Peter Cavanagh , Julie Dawn
Bill Waddington , Martin Lukins
The Harry Hayward Trio
Introduced by Randal Herley
Produced by James Casey
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
Grace Nevern (soprano)
Introduced by Ivan Samson
Master of Ceremonies, Len Head
Produced by Eric Arden
ADVENTURES IN ENGLISH. ' The Big House': a Scots story by Naomi Mitchison. 2_4 Su goes back.' (BBC recording)
2.20 HISTORY i. ' Piers the Apprentice.' Script by John Allen
2.40 SCIENCE AND THE COMMUNITY. Science and the Doctor. 2-' The Story of X-Rays '
Third of a series of gramophone programmes presented by Martin Cooper and including, this week, an excerpt from Gounod's ' Mireille '
A play for broadcasting by Jerome P. Hanratty
Area H.Q. Staff: No. 7 Flight Base Staff: Civilians:
Production by Donald McWhinnie
For Younger Listeners
' More Tales of Pebblings Village
A new series of stories by Modwena Sedgwick told by David
5.20 For Older Children
Conquest of the Air
The story, from the earliest times to the present day, of man's attempts to fly
Written in three parts by James Gleeson
2-' Spreading our Wings '
Narrator, John Snagge
Produced by Graham Gauld
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
A fantasy for two pianos by Rawicz and Landauer
This week : Music from Vienna
Production by Johnnie Stewart
The Problem of Vibration by R. E. D. Bishop of the Department of Engineering
University of Cambridge
Vibration is a source of great worry to engineers, whether it is in a fluttering aircraft or in a metal chimney swaying in the wind. In some fields problems of vibration are actually holding up progress, but even generally they are so serious that the engineer must try to design against them rather than wait for trouble and then attempt to cure it.
The speaker reviews some aspects of this important engineering topic.
R. E. D.
Suzanne Danco (soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Robert Masters Piano Quartet:
Robert Masters (violin) Nannie Jamieson (viola)
Muriel Taylor (cello)
Kinloch Anderson (piano)
Before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House. London. Tickets may be obtained from Broadcasting House, London, W.I
by Donald Boyd
Edward Gibbon , in one of his auto-biographical memoirs, described school as a ' cavern of fear and sorrow.' To Donald Boyd, the Leeds Boys' Modern School appeared to be just that.
with Peter Sellers
Harry Secombe , Spike Milligan
The Ray Ellington Quartet
Orchestra conducted by Wally Stott
Announcer. Wallace Greenslade
Script by Spike Milligan and Larry Stephens
Production by Pat Dixon
Andrew Shonfield chairs a discussion between
Barbara Wootton and Harold Wincott on middle-class incomes
The doctors' pay claim draws attention once more to the problem of finding a satisfactory basis for determining professional incomes. How valid a criterion is the income pattern of previous years? Just what part do the laws of supply and demand play where the incomes of professional people and white-collar workers generally are concerned?
BBC Midland Orchestra (Leader, James Hutcheon )
Conductor, Gerald Gentry
Another adventure story by Rene Cutforth
An account of an exploit of a pleasant, intelligent individualist, on the edge of the motor trade and up to his neck in every kind of fiddle and spivery.
followed by late weather forecast for land areaa
London Stock Market closing report. and a review of today's overseas commodity and financial news