Speaker, C. A. Joyce
The morning magazine
Introduced by Jack de Manio
Talks by Mgr. H. Francis Davis
Mgr. H. Francis
Introduced by Jack de Manlo
Recordings from the past and present
BEX ALSTON REMEMBERS
The well-known commentator recalls some of the outstanding events with which he has been associated.
Produced by John Powell
by Alistair Cooke
Sunday's recorded broadcast
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest
Songs to sing and music to listen to Introduced by Kay Foster
Father most holy, merciful and loving (BBC H.B. 167)
New Every Morning, page 50 Canticle 2 1 Corinthians 1, vv. 18-31
Take up thy cross, the Saviour said
(BBC H.B. 369)
by Gerald Durrell abridged by Mary Vincent read by Richard Hurndall Sixth of fifteen instalments
Richard Hurndall is appearing in The Affair' at the Strand Theatre, London
Maria Stader (soprano) sings Mozart's motet ' Exsultate, jubilate' with the Radio Symphony Orchestra of Berlin Conducted by Ferenc Fricsay on a gramophone record
by William Appleby
Heart of Oak:
What is a good job?
A nursery nurse and a photographer discuss with a boy and girl school leavers what they mean by ' a good job '
Material compiled and introduced by Neville Williamson
It is fine and Dr. Iriart is about to take Madame Iriart for a leisurely drive in his new car when the telephone rings-an urgent call from a patient the other side of Paris.
Listeners are invited to join in the singing of ' Les neuf filles ' with Jan Rosol to the accompaniment of his guitar
Script by Emile Harven
Intermediate French series
BBC Welsh Orchestra Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
for the North of England VHF Pontop Pike only: For the North-East
261 m.: For the North-East, Cumberland. and Northern Ireland
Sir John Gielgud, in a recorded programme, discusses with Roy Plomley the gramophone records he would choose to have on a desert island.
Sir John Gielgud broadcasts by permission of the Governors of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
See page 18.
The story of the Swiss glacier pilot Script by Marie Burg
Gordon Reynolds introduces ten minutes of music for six-year-olds
The Classical Orchestra
An illustrated talk by Harry Newstone
Orchestral Concert series
Judy enters a competition
Knowledge and neatness are required to win a prize. Tom helps Judy with her competition entry.
Script by Margaret J. Miller
Chanticleer and the Fox
A shortened version of The Nun's Priest's Tale from Chaucer's ' Canterbury Tales ' translated by Nevill Coghill
Richard Hurndall a8 Albert Campion with Alan Gilford and Philip Leaver In
Mystery Mile by MARGERY ALLINGHAM adapted and produced by Audrey Cameron
Saturday's recorded broadcast
Richard Hurndall is appearing in ' The Affair ' at the Strand Theatre, London
Early Days in the Film Industry: More memories from F. Oswell-Jones
Take it to the Old People's Club: Florence Priestley reports on gifts, welcome and unwelcome
Sweet are the Uses of Adversity: John SIee philosophises
A Story for my Daughter: Dorothy Holmes-Gore reads the first instalment of a true story by Mary Belitzky
Presented by John Dunn
The first and fourth items are recorded
A programme for the fives to eights
The Adventures of Pinocchio
The story by CARLO COLLODI adapted in thirteen parts by Barbara Sleigh
5: The Beautiful Child with Blue Hair
Pinocchio had been rescued from the robbers more dead than alive, so the Beautiful Child with Blue Hair summoned the most famous doctors in the land.
Produced by David Davis
A Talking Cricket:
Henry Bentinck and David Lloyd James explore
Apsley House, Piccadilly the home of the first Duke of Wellington guided by H. V. Percival and Charles Gibbs-Smith
The story of Giselle told by Philip Cunningham to the music of Adolphe Adam on gramophone records
Script by Ursula Roseveare Produced by Peggy Bacon
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
6.30 Giants in the South-East
The advantages and disadvantages of the super-grid are described and discussed in this programme, recorded on location in Kent
Introduced by Robert Hudson
Produced by Richard Burwood
6.50 From the Local Press
A weekly review of what the papers in South-East England are saying
6.67 London Stock Market Report
Albert Ferber (piano)
Ballade Berceuse héroïque
Suite: Children's Corner
Dr. Gradus ad Parnassum; Jimbo's lullaby; Serenade for the doll; The snow is dancing; The little shepherd; Golliwogg's cake-walk
A selection of recorded wit, music, and humour
Introduced by Basil Boothroyd of 'Punch' including
Charles Simon and Julian Somers 'Tea Up'
' Man in the Window '
John Bryning and Derek Blomfleld ' About George '
Nadia Cattouse *
' Mediatrics ' or ' The Proper Care of the Middle-Aged.' 6: The Secret of Enjoyment
Piers Stephens and Mitzi McDowell 'Arrest this Beast'
The Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble
' Agitated Pianist '
Michael Spice and Donald McKillop ' Legs Eleven '
Jonathan Scott and Hilda Kriseman ' Silver Mink'
Musical interludes on records chosen by Robert Irwin Edited and produced by John Bridges
Peter Bull is appearing in Luther' at the Phoenix Theatre, London
Hugh Burden , Godfrey Kenton and June Tobin in The Lamentable and True Tragedy of Master
Arden of Faversham in Kent
Who was most wickedly murdered, by the means of his disloyal and wanton wife, who, for the love she bare to one Mosbie, hired two desperate ruffians, Black Will and Shakebag, to kill him. Wherein is shewed the great malice and dissimulation of a wicked woman, the unsatiable desire of filthy lust, and the shameful end of all murderers.
Author Unknown: First printed 1592
Continued in next column
Characters in order of speaking:
Period: The summer and winter of the year 1551.
Radio adaptation and production by RAYMOND RAIKES
See page 18
Franklin, friend to Thomas Arden:
Alice, wife of Thomas Arden:
Thomas Arden, Gentleman, of Faversham:
Adam Fowle, landlord of the ' Flower-de-Luce ':
Michael, Arden's servant:
Mosbie, formerly a tailor, now Lord Clifford's steward.:
Dick Greene, agent for Sir Antony Ager's land:
Bradshaw, a goldsmith:
Murderers: Black Will:
Mayor of Faversham:
Background to the News
People in the News
Miss Nimrod by James Langham read by Joan Hart
followed by late weather forecast
Overture: Lucio Silla
Notturno for four orchestras (K.286) played by the London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Peter Maag on a gramophone record