The morning magazine
Introduced by Jack de Manio
' The Things We Say '
Talks by the Rev. Dr. F. Lovell Cocks
2: Was my face red!
Rev. Dr. F. Lovell
Introduced by Jack de Manio
Cat : by Jack Ivester Lloyd
Parrot: by Commander Ibbett
Introduced by Jack Singleton
AlleJuya, sing- to Jesus (BBC Supplement 1; S.P. 260; C.H. 138. omitting v. 3: Tune. Hyfrydol— S.P. 260)
Interlude: The Resurrection-In the Garden
Prayers; the Prayer of Erasmus: the Lord's Prayer
Lord of all hopefulness (BBC Supplement 13; S.P. 565; D.S. 79: Tune, Slane-S.P. 565)
10.0 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH
Joli Tambour: a dramatisation of the French song ' Joli Tambour ' Script by Jean Driant
Feast of St. Mark
Spirit of inercy, truth, and love
(BBC H.B. 163)
New Every Morning, page 47 Psalm 143 (Broadcast psalter) Ephesians 4, vv. 7-16
Father of mercies, in thy word
(BBC H.B. 189)
Prelude in F minor
Sonata in E flat, Op. 31 No. 3, played by Lamar Crowson (piano)
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I by Rachel Percival
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
A programme encouraging children to move to music
Repeated on Thursday at 9.55 a.m.
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE
What are you made of? The first of five programmes on reproduction and. development by Richard Palmer
11.40 THE NEW ENGLISH BIBLE
1: The Need for a New Translation
The Rt. Rev. Donald Coggan. D.D., Bishop of Bradford and Archbishop-designate of York. speaks in the series ' The Christian Religion and its Philosophy '
BBC Welsh Orchestra
Leader. Philip Whiteway
Conducted by Meredith Davies
Michael Dobson (oboe)
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A spontaneous discussion by Mary Stocks
Sir John Wolfenden
David Price, M.P.
Raymond Gunter , M.P.
Travelling Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
Arranged by Michael Bowen
From the Shaftesbury Theatre, Dawlish, South Devon
Recording of last Friday's broadcast in the Light Programme followed by an interlude
STORIES AND RHYMES
'A Day in the Country': freely adapted from an original tale by Margaret Kent
The story of a Sunday-school outing
2.20 ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA
A poem by Geoffrey Chaucer. modernised and introduced by Robert Gittings
Reader. Andrew Faulds
A ' Poets and Poetry ' programme
2.40 Interval music
2.45 NATURE STUDY
1: The Cuckoo
Mr. Collins and Tony make some interesting discoveries about this summer visitor which usually arrives from Africa in April.
Script by Christine Dudley
by CHARLES DICKENS
Adapted for radio in twelve episodes by H. Oldfield Box
Produced by Robin Midgley Sunday's recorded broadcast
A programme of opera, operetta, and ballet played by the BBC Concert Orchestra Leader. William Armon
Conductor, Vilem Tausky with Raimund Herincx (baritone)
One hundred and two years ago Aunt Ellen emigrated to New Zealand. VERA COLEBROOK compares Aunt Ellen's voyage, described in her letters, with her own journey there.
A message of comfort and cheer for all in trouble, sorrow, need, sickness or any other adversity'
Stuart Hibberd introduces a talk by Canon C. W. Hutchinson
Listeners' letters are very welcome as they give real help in planning these talks. Send them to Stuart Hibberd , Silver Lining, Broadcasting House, London, W.I. Listeners will realise that speakers cannot reply personally but will try to deal with their problems in the talks.
A programme' for the fives to eights
Two by Two
An alphabetical Noahfs Ark
Stories, poems, and facts about animals whose names begin with G
' The Goose Chase': a story by Dora Castley
'Giraffes': a talk with Gilbert Fisher
' Grasshopper Green ': poem" Introduced by Hilary Paterson
5.15 STORIES FROM
The story of The Lady and the Fool told by Philip Cunningham to the music of Verdi on gramophone records
Script by Ursula Roseveare
Produced by Shirley Franklin
5.40 TO BE CONTINUED ...
The Girl Called Moses
Ann Petry 's biography of Harriet Tubman abridged by Donald Bancroft read by June Tobin
4: (<o on or Die
In 1849 Harriet Tubman ran away from the plantations, and set out on the hazardous journey to freedom in the northern states of America. She was helped by an underground organisation of white people, and eventually reached freedom in Pennsylvania.
for land areas, followed by detailed forecast for the South-East
6.30 Fred Streeter Advises
A weekly talk to gardeners in the Southi-East
6.40 Town and Country
Comment, controversy and character for listeners in London and the counties of the South-East
6.57 London Stock Market Report
A gramophone record of excerpts from Der Freischiitz
by Peter Greave
See top of page and page 29
Introduced by Daniel Jones
BBC Welsh Orchestra Leader. Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Hervey Alan (bass-baritone)
Before an invited audience at the Cory Hall, Cardiff
Jerzy Peterkievricz the novelist considers
* All sincerity tends to provoke emotional blackmail: it is the chips on the shoulder which the expert blackmailer hammers in.'
Background to the News
People in the News
A Lily by H. E. Bates read by Richard Hurndall
followed by late weather* forecast
Quintet in E flat for piano and wind instruments Op. 16 played by Walter Panhoffer (piano) with members of the Vienna Octet