Cecil Norman and the Rhythm Players
Conductor, Jack Leon
' I was an Atheist' by a headmistress
Answers to this week's questions from listeners about household problems.
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader. James Hutcheon )
Conductor, Gerald Gentry
by Julia Greenwood
In May 1834 Thomas Carlyle and his wife moved into a house in Cheyne Row, Chelsea. It was pleasantly placed. with green fields behind it and a view of the Thames, but as time went on the snags began to appear. Julia Green wood talks about the life of Carlyle and his wife in. Chelsea, and of some of the trials they met with, including the ' bogues,' damp, stopped-up drains, and above all, the noise.
Peggy Stack (soprano)
Elizabeth Harding (piano)
Patrick Ireland (viola)
Peggy Gray (piano) (Continued in next column)
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I, by Marjorie Eele
New every morning is the love (BBC
New Every Morning, page 11 Psalm 116 (Broadcast psalter) 2 Corinthians 8. vv. 16-24
0 God of Bethel (BBC H.B. 495)
RHYTHM AND MELODY, by Gladys Whitred
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Europe. The Dalmatian Coast of Yugoslavia. Script by Lovett F. Edwards.
11.40 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN: 'Der Augenzeuge ' : Dank dem jungen Friedrich Meyer misslingt der sorgfaltig ausgearbeitete Plan der Verbrecher. Manuskript von Milo Sperber.
Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
from a factory in Colchester,
Essex with Marie Benson , Tommy Reilly Bernard Spear , Joan Turner
James Moodv (piano) Bert Weedon (guitar) Max Abrams (drums)
Presented by Bill Gates
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
Edith Lewin (mezzo-soprano)
Introduced by Ivan Samson
Master of Ceremonies, Len Head
Producer, Eric Arden
ADVENTURES IN ENGLISH. ' The Lord of Lorn ' : a Scots Ballad
2.20 HISTORY I. ' Bartholomew Fair.' Script by Gladys Scott Thomson
2.40 SCIENCE AND THE COMMUNITY. Science and the Doctor. 5-The Fight Against Pain. Script by Richard Palmer
A series of gramophone programmes presented by Martin Cooper , and including, this week. an excerpt from Ravel's ' L'Heure Espagnole '
by Samuel Butler
Adapted for radio by Barbara Bray with Hugh Manning and Jessie Evans
Cast in order of speaking:
Harmonium player, Arthur Dulay Production by Mary Hope Allen
Mr Overton, Ernest's godfather:
The Rev Theobald Pontifex:
Christina, his wife:
Joey as a child:
Aunt Alethea Pontifex:
Ernest, a child:
Ernest, a man:
John, the coachman:
For Children of Most Ages
' S is for Sound '
Another medley of recorded sound effects to puzzle you
Question-Master, Alun Williams
5.20 ' Jennings at School'
A series of plays by Anthony Buckeridge
2—' Jennings and the Roman Remains '
Produced by David Davis
If, in the pursuit of amateur archaeology, in a Roman Camp you come across a rusty wheel bearing the initials 'L.B.C.' it is unwise to conclude that the L stands for Fifty (old Roman) and the B.C. for ' Before Christ,' or, indeed,
• that the wheel is either genuine Roman or even a genuine Roman forgery which the B.C. suggests.
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
Climate and Man
Second of two programmes by 0. G. Edholm , B.SC., M.B., B.S. and R. K. Macpherson , M.Sc., M.D. of the National Institute of Medical Research
Dr. Edholm and Dr. Macpherson discuss the physiological changes that are described as acclimatisation ' and examine some of the sociological and political implications of climate physiology.
Amici String Quartet:
Lionel Bentley (violin)
Marta Eitler (violin)
Harold Harriott (viola)
Joy Hall (cello)
Before an invited audience in the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House, London. Tickets may be obtained from Ticket Unit, Broadcasting House, London, W.l
by Brian Crozier
In the first of two talks on a recent visit to the Far East, Brian Crozier-who spent 1952 and 1953 in the Far East-talks about some new impressions on a visit to Formosa, in which he had the opportunity to meet General Chiang Kai-Shek.
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
A monthly programme in which radio is used to link speakers in London and other world centres to exchange views on important issues of common interest
Chairman in London,
As most of these issues are topical they, and the names of the speakers, will be announced shortly before each broadcast
Robert McKenzie writes on page 3
BBC Midland Orchestra
(Leader, James Hutcheon )
Conducted by Leo Wurmser
Howell Glynne (bass)
A series of six talks by Bertrand Russell, o.M
The Romance of Revolt
I found in Turgenev, first of all, a society of eager and hopeful young people such as I could have loved if I had known them, and infinitely more sympathetic to me than any young people whom I knew before I went to Cambridge. They combined hope and indignation in proportions which were entirely congenial to me. They were oppressed or seduced by cynical aristocrats who made me shudder. They attempted heroic tasks, and came to grief heroically. They won my heart, and retained it down to the moment of their final defeat by the Bolsheviks.'
(: originally broadcast in the BBC's General Overseas Service) Next Thursday: Romance in the abstract in the plays of Ibsen
followed by late weather forecast for land areas
London Stock Market closing report. and a review of today's overseas commodity and financial news