' From a Reporter's Notebook '
Talks by Ian G. Gregory
2-A green thing in the way
A breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by Jack de Manio
' From a Reporter's Notebook'
Talks by Ian G. Gregory
3-A woman, and a hundred dogs
Introduced by Jack de Manio
A bulletin of food news to guide the household shopper
Compiled and read by June Jay
' Good Morning, Miss Dove' by Frances Gray Patton
Abridged by Donald Bancroft
Read by David March
Ninth of twelve weekly instalments
VIOLET LEHRS looks back to her girlhood in Moscow before the first world war, and recalls some of the forgotten features of city life in Tsarist Russia.
Kenneth Sillito (violin) Josephine Lee (piano)
STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. How the Trojan War Ended. Script by Duncan Taylor.
King of glory <BBC H.B. 325) New Every Morning, page 58 Psalm 93 (Broadcast psalter)
St. John 6. vv. 41-51
Rise up, 0 men of God (BBC H.B. 364)
The Gerald Crossman Players
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT II, by Marjorie Eele.
Repeated on Friday at 9.55 a.m.
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS
11.40 FRENCH FOR SIXTH FORMS. Actualites Francaises.
Nos auditeurs auront l'occasion d'entendre des commentateurs de Paris leur parler sur des sujets d'actualite.
An agricultural weekly
Introduced by Roger Massey
Poultry on the Small Farm: A. J. Pearson-Wood , who farms at Ring-would near Deal, Kent, describes his farming system and shows how poultry have helped him to overcome a shortage of capital and enabled him to increase his output six times on a hundred acres over the last ten years
British Agriculture and the American Elections: J. W. Murray reports following his recent visit to the U.S.A. Cooking the Goose: Harold Wilshaw suggests some old and new ways of making the most of the michaelmas goose
Produced by John Greenslade
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
E. Arnot Robertson and Frank Muir challenge
Nancy Spain and Denis Norden
Umpire, Jack Longland
Preludes 15-24, Op. 28 played by Geza Anda (piano) on a gramophone record
LET'S join in. Epaminondas and his Aunt ie ' and ' Epaminondas helps in the Garden freely adapted from the tales by Sara Cone Bryant and Constance Egan
2.20 ADVENTURES IN music. Children's Overture: an illustrated talk by Gordon Reynolds on the music by Roger Quilter.
2.40 MODERN HISTORY. Lenin and the November Revolution. Script by John Tully
Sarah Masters tells Jill how she saved a fugitive in St. Petersburg in 1917, and how her father met Lenin.
A serial in fiveparts dramatised by Thea Holme from the novel by the author of ' Elizabeth and her German Garden '
PART1 and Produced by Mollie Greenhalgh
Lotty Wilkins and Rose Arbuthnot , both sunshine-starved in London, are attracted by an advertisement for an Italian castle to be let. They decide to sample its pleasures, and ask young Lady Caroline and old Mrs. Fisher to share expenses.
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Lady Caroline Dester:
by Wallace Geoffrey
Cast in order of speaking:
Devils and other parts played by Charles Simon , Gareth Morgan and Nigel Anthony
Production by Audrey Cameron
Satan, at a board-meeting in Hell, decides that it is the 'little man' on whom they must concentrate their temptations. Nipper, Satan's son, finds the ideal one in Mr. Podbury, an antique dealer. Mammon, Bacchus, and Blondy-an American cutie-are all sent to bring about his downfall ...
Jarvis, his secretary:
Nipper, his son:
Mr Podbury, an antique dealer:
Martha Podbury, his wife:
Ethel, a maid:
from Durham Cathedral
Preces and Responses (Philip Armes) Praise to the God who reigns above
(A. and M. Rev. 565)
Psalms 136, 137, 138
First Lesson: Daniel 12. w. 1-4 Magnificat (Andrews in D minor)
Second Lesson: Revelation 8, vv. 1-6 Nunc dimittis (Andrews in D minor) Creed; Lesser Litany; Collects
Let all mortal flesh keep silence
Organist, Conrad Eden
Sub-organist, Cyril Maude
by Jocelyn Kelsey
-And the more typically foreign you try to find it the stranger it gets; particularly when your experiences are so typically a-typical as Mr. Kelsey's.
A Nursery Sing-Song with Vi, Doris, and Herbert
5.15 David Peel In
' Return to Hindteford ' by Margaret Potter
3-' The Purse '
Production by Trevor Hill
While riding over to visit Mr. Ackroyd at Gossington Hall with Joanna, Martin suddenly discovers that her father, Sir Charles, is Third Secretary at the Admiralty; leaving her, he rides off to try and see Sir Charles before he leaves Hindleford for London. Shortly after, Sir Charles is stopped-by a highwayman whose main interest seems to be centred on the luggage rather than on trinkets. It is then that Martin tells Jo about certain papers an agent of England gave to him in Boulogne.....
5.50 Children's Hour prayers
Saying Your Prayers
Five talks by the Rev. Stanley McQuade 4 — Do they make you better?
Ben Levitt, the highwayman:
Landlord of the ' Black Swan':
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East
South-Eastern News including
South-Eastern sports results
6.30 ' Are you a member, sir?'
Rene Cutforth has been conducting an enquiry into the new social habits centred on the many recently formed drinking and strip clubs in London
Produced by Francis Dillon
Helen Watts (contralto)
Ernest Lush (piano)
A series offive-round contests between London and the Regions
London v. Wales
Cedric Cliffe , Hubert Phillips
Quiz-Master, Lionel Hale
T. 1. Ellis, Wyn Griffith
Quiz-Master, Gilbert Harding
Arranged by Patrick Harvey
A personal appreciation of the Five Towns and their people by Bernard Hollowood
The speaker, who is editor of Punch and a native of Burslem, feels that there is a unique quality in the Potteries and in the local outlook on life. He recalls incidents and stories supporting this theory.
The News and Comment from at home and abroad
(violin) with Jean Antonietti (piano)
Spanish Dance (La Vida breve) (Falla) Nocturne and Tarantella, Op. 28
(Szymanowski) on a gramophone record
by Nevil Shute
Read by Francis de Wolfl
Eighth of fifteen instalments
late weather forecast for land areas
Quintet in B flat, Op. 87 played by the Lyra String Quartet: Granville Casey (violin)
John Crossan (violin)
John Linn (viola)
John Mclnulty (cello) with Ronald Duncan (viola)