A reading by Olive Gregg from
' Making the Most of Life' by Canon E. Moore Darling
Canon E. Moore
including music by Rtspi^hi, Mozart, Dvorak, and Lalo: gramophone records
by the man from the ' Met ' Office
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Babies. Diet, and Dummies: discussed by Anne Cuthbert and a paediatrician Open Letter to an English School-teacher: from C. J. Smilh , headmaster of Dezda School. Nyasaland
Carnal or Creative: Gordon Gow considers French films today'
Legal Roundabout: Dudley Perkins on recent cases in the Law Courts
People in all walks of life are gathered at Gainsborough Parish Church; Immingham Docks; a home in Gainsborough; St. Nicholas School, Boston; Fulney Trading Estate, Spalding
0 God our help in ages past
Eternal Father, strong to save Love divine, all loves excelling We plough the fields O worship the King
Organist. W. J. Snowley
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by Julian Herbage
Contributed by Edward Greenfield Andrew Porter and John Warrack
A request programme of records including:
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, in G
(Bach): Pliilomusica of London, conducted by Thurston Dart
Barcarolle in F sharp minor (Chopin):
Dirm Lipatti (piano)
Over (he Hills and Far Away (Delius):
Roval Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Thomas Beecham , Bt.
Conducted by Sir John Summerson
Film: Penelope Gilliatt
Theatre: Richard Findlater
Radio: Laurence Kitchin
Book: C. V. Wedgwood
Art: Basil Taylor
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland
After spending the first six days in Southern Rhodesia, Her Majesty has been visiting Barotseland and the Copperbelt in Northern Rhodesia. She is now in Lusaka
Gerald Dimond talks about the places visited and introduces recordings of some of the events.
Produced by Geoffrey Topping
Many people have seen or heard of the Electric Eel. But at least six families of fishes have developed electric organs.
Richard KEYNES , F.R.S., and HANS LISSMAN , F.R.S., discuss with GWYNNE VEVERS their original research on these remarkable animals and play some unusual recordings.
Produced by Bruce Campbell
Questions put by members of the Banbury and District Horti cultural Society are answered by Fred Loads , Bill Sowerbutts and Alan Gemmell
Arranged by Peter Anderson
A true story written and told by Henry Donald
For Children of Most Ages
Sunday at Five
The Dean of Gloucester talks with some young friends
and Time Again'
' Tom's Midnight Garden '
The book by Philippa Pearce adapted as" a serial play in six parts by John Keir Cross
4—' The Room with Barred Windows '
Produced by David Davis
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A summary of last week's events
Reginald Leopold and the Palm Court Orchestra
Visiting artist, Sybil Michelow
by Alistair Cooke
Christians think about their faith and its living expression
Glimpses of the life and work of the Danish pastor playwright, and patriot with HAROLD Reese as Kaj Munk and Mildred Dyson. Fred Fairclough
Jean Fox , George Hagan
Tom Harrison , Wilfred Harrison
Written and produced by R. T. Brooks with advice from R. P. Kiegwin , translator of the plays and poems of Kaj Munk
Appeal on behalf of the Mary Macarthur Holiday Home for Working Women by Mrs. Mary Stocks
Contributions (preferably by cropped postal order or cheque) will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
There are two Mary Macarthur Holiday Homes, one at Poulton-le-Fylde, near Blackpool, and one at Stansted, Essex, which provide restful holidays for working women who could not otherwise afford a holiday. The main object is to provide a necessary rest to prevent illness.
Visitors come from all parts of the British Isles, and among their number arc mothers and housewives as well as women and girls who are earning their living. They pay what they can afford, and the only qualification required is the need for a rest and the inability to pay the cost of a normal holiday.
The novel by Jules Verne
Adapted as a serial in thirteen parts by Lance Sieveking
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played bv
Tobi Weinberg , Errol MacKinnon and- David Spenser
Produced by Norman Wright
(Robert Harris broadcasts by permission of the Directors of the Old Vic Trust)
Repeated on Tuesday at 3.0
It is now November 23, 1872. While Phileas Fogg and the Indian girl were dining at a hotel in Hong Kong. Fix, the stupid detective who is awaiting a warrant to arrest Fogg as a bank robber and so wants to delay him, lured Passepartout into an opium den. Passepartout is put aboard a ship, insensible, and wakes up to find that his master is not with him. Arriving in Yokohama he is penniless.
There are only twenty-eight days left in which to win the £ 20,000 wager. Mr. Fogg finds Passepartout in Yokohama just in time to catch the General Grant bound for San Francisco. Passepartout meets Fix on deck, and attacks him.
Colonel Stamp Proctor:
by Ewan MacColl and Charles Parker
John Axon was a railwayman To steam trains born and bred. He was an engine driver At Edgeley loco shed.
He was a man of courage And served the iron way.
He gave his life upon the track One February day.
The story of John Axon , G.C. and of the tradition of railway service for which he stands told by his widow and his workmates with footplate and engine-shed recordings and set into song by Ewan MacColl with A. L Lloyd , Isla Cameron
Stan Kelly , Colin Dunn
Dominic Behan , Charles Mayo
Jim Bray (bass)
Fitzroy Coleman (guitar) Terry Brown (trumpet)
Bob Clark (fiddle)
John Cole (harmonica)
Brian Daley (guitar)
Billy Loch (drums)
Bobby Mickleburgh (trombone)
Bruce Turner (clarinet)
Orchestration and music direction by Peggy Seeger
Technical direction under John Bower
Production by Charles Parker
Ruth Dyson (harpsichord)
' Our Daily Bread '
Deuteronomy 8, vv. 11-18
Psalm 107, v. 1 and vv. 33-42 (Broadcast Psalter)
St. John 6. vv. 26-51
0 God of Bethel (BBC H.B. 496)
St. Matthew 6, v. 33
followed by late weather forecast for land areas
played by Campoli (violin)
Josephine Lee (piano)