Tante Martine. Victor, and Monsieur Vieuxgarqon return to Paris after their visit to the Zoo at Vincennes
Listeners are also invited by Pierre Lefevre to sing Ma Normandie '
Script by Emile Harven
Early Stages in French series
A spontaneous discussion by Jack Longland , A. G. Street Lord Boothby , K.B.E. Marghanita Laski
Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
Arranged by Michael Bowen From King's School Bruton. Somerset
Recording of last Friday's broadcast in the Light Programme
and the War at Sea
In the opening scene (1797) Pitt seems to be at the nadir of his fortunes. the country in danger of invasion, and the Meet mutinous
Britain's recovery under the leadership of Pitt at home and Nelson at sea is described in scenes from the battles of the Nile (1798) and of Trafalgar (1805)
Script by John Phillips Modern History series
The novel by HENRY SETON MERRIMAN freely adapted for broadcasting in ten parts by Norman Edwards
The story is centred round a household in Dantzig at the times of the Napoleonic invasion of Russia.
6: Moscow 1812
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY Sunday's recorded broadcast
Rene Cutforth interviews the islanders from Tristan da
Cunha in the Reception Centre near Merstham. Surrey
Programme written and narrated by Rene Cutforth
Produced by Francis Dillon
Recorded broadcast of November 5
A message of comfort and cheer for all 'in trouble, sorrow, need, sickness, or any other adversity'
Stuart Hibberd introduces a talk by the Rev. Alfred Gower-Jones
Listeners' letters are very welcome as they give real help in planning these talks. Send them to Stuart Hibberd , c/o 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.
by Ralph Whitlock
The Fox in the Smithy
Produced by Michael Bowen
Out of the Shallows by Richard Armstrong abridged by P. J. R. Wright in six instalments read by Richard Hurndall
2: Strains and Stresses
Archie Anscombe goes to Cardiff to join his first ship. She is loading coal for Buenos Aires, and he is appalled by the dirt and confusion on board.
P. J. R.
6.30 Fred Streeter Advises
A weekly talk to gardeners
6.40 Town and Country
Comment, controversy and character for listeners in London and the South-East
6.57 London Stock Market Report
A series of five-round contests
LONDON v. MIDLANDS: Round 5
Barry Carman , Cedric Cliffe Quiz-Master,
Lionel Hale Midlands :
H. E. Howard , Geoffrey Jaggard Quiz-Master, Roy Plomley Arranged by Patrick Harvey
by Hester Chapman
' Historical research-the words conjure up a drab picture of stuffy reading rooms, dusty shelves, and illegible manuscripts. In fact, the working life of the historical biographer is enormously varied, physically active, and sometimes extremely agitating ... '
Hester Chapman, whose subjects have ranged from the Boy King Edward VI to the Empress Eugenic, describes some of the tribulations of her job and some of its compensatory delights.
Suite: The Married Beau (Purcell)
Lucerne Festival Strings
Directed by Rudolf Baumgartner
Flute Concerto in D (Telemann)
Hubert Barwahser (flute)
Amsterdam Chamber Orchestra Conducted by Jan Brussen on gramophone records
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