and his Mazurka Orchestra
featuring Henry King
6--Monsieur E. M. Stephan
Monsieur E. M.
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
6—'Beginnings of Society,' by D. M. S. Watson , F.R.S.
By studying animal communities like that of the gorilla, for example, we can observe the operation of influences which are all important to a full understanding of human society: property in relation to food territory, family coalescence while hunting, specialisation of function and so on
D. M. S.
with Corporal Jack Crawford. 11th Armoured Division Signals, relayed from the British Forces Network in Germany
Dan and Jim Sherry , Donald Peers , Billy Shakespeare , Georgie Wood and Dolly Harmer , Binnie Hale , Norman Evans
BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Announcer, Norman Wooland. Producer, John Sharman.
11-Harold Arlen. Gramophone programme written by Sheila Fryer and introduced by Neal Arden
Today's episode in the day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by Peter Watts. (BBC recording)
Talk by Asa Briggs. Napoleon called us a nation of shopkeepers and intended it as a term of abuse, but our Victorian grandfathers grew to pride themselves on the title. This talk shows how they seized the leadership of world commerce and adopted a policy of ' Free Trade' in defiance of the ideas of their foreign competitors
Stanley Black at the piano
Band of the Royal Corps of Signals: conductor, Mr. J. L. Judd
Mr. J. L.
(contralto), in a programme of popular music
Conducted by Harold Lowe
' Le Jazz' played by the Jazz Octet of the BBC French Service. Presented by the European Service of the BBC. (BBC recording)
The story of W. S. Cody , buffalo killer, Indian fighter, and Wild West showman. Written by Roy Plomley , with music by Hal Evans. Produced by Eric Faw cett
Other parts played by Gwen Day Burroughes , Alan Keith , Leslie Bradley , Cecelia Eddy , Roy Plomley , Robert Buchanan , and Audrey Cameron
BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell
W S Cody (Buffalo Bill):
Weekly broadcasts from well-known -Variety theatres. This week. The Palace Theatre, Halifax
Weekly review of the music popular in Great Britain, the United States, and Canada. Played by the Brass Hats, the Singing Strings, and the R.A.F. Dance Orchestra. Sung by Dorothy Carless and Sgt. Jimmy Miller. Produced by Pat Dixon
Scenes from the play, by Paul Osborn , from John Hersey 's novel, now running at the Phoenix Theatre, with Robert Beatty , Bonar Colleano , Jnr., Frederick Valk. Introduced by Felix Felton.
Melodies for the close of day with Haydn Adams , the Celtic Players, and the Serenaders. Produced by Mai Jones
and his Cameo Orchestra in a. programme of uninterrupted music
and his Orchestra, from the May Fair Hotel, London