played by Nelson Elms at the organ of the Granada. Tooting
An accompanist plays some piano solos-Winifred Davey
Continuing last week's subject of ' Human Relationship in the Home.'
Directed by Jack Hardy
A series of talks about Industrial Britain. A school teacher and a factory inspector discuss education for ' machine-minders '
24—' She is so Kind,' written by Phyllis Hastings , read by Margaret Halstan (by permission of Bernard Delfont )
Fifteen minutes of melody and syncopation from the British Forces Network in Germany
An abridged version for broadcasting of the well-known story by W. W. Jacobs , read throughout by Philip Cunningham. 7—' Henry Makes Contact'
with Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra in a non-stop review of popular melodies through the year.
Conducted by H. C. Burgess
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and Peter Watts.
12-' A Scientist's Problem': talk by W. T. Astbury, p.r.s .
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programme
Scottish Variety Orchestra: conductor. Kemlo Stephen
with Ted Andrews , Claude Cavalotti , and Fredric Bayco at the theatre organ. Introduced by Sandy Mac pherson
from the Grand Hotel, Bristol, with Isabelita Alonso , Peter Cavanagh , and Reginald Williams and his Futurists, with Marilyn Williams , Joy Newell , and the Westernaires. Produced and introduced by Hamilton Kennedy
Conductor, Jack Eckersley
From the Central Hall, Manchester
Music for all, on gramophone records
Overture, William Tell (Rossini): NBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Last Spring (Grieg): Boston Symphony Orchestra, coif-ducted by Serge Koussevitzky. Emperor Waltz (J. Strauss ): Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter. Coronation March (Meyerbeer): BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Talk by Richard Dimbleby
Outstanding changes in laws and tactics which illustrate the development of the game, discussed by S. F. Rous , Wreford Brown , J Wagstaffe Simmons ,
Frank Swift , and Raymond Glendenning
Sid Buckman plays and sings, with the assistance of Charles Smart at the organ.
The music of Ambrose and his Orchestra with the songs of Anne Shelton. Presented by Jacques Brown
(Fourth edition). A happy-go-lucky carefree entertainment, featuring James Etherington , Len Martin , and the latest radio discoveries. Guest star, Maudie Edwards. The Debroy Somers Orchestra. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Produced by C. F. Meehan.
Adapted for broadcasting by the author in collaboration with the producer, Alick Hayes. Edited by Rex Diamond and Ian Smith. Music composed and conducted by Leighton Lucas. Episode 11
Edna Kaye , Denny Dennis , and Jack Cooper , with the BBC Revue Chorus and the augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black, recall some of the most popular tunes of last year. Programme presented by Tom Ronald
with Marjorie Westbury as Sister Parkinson, Dorothy Carless as Probationer Muspratt, and Alvar Lidell. Eugene Pini and his Orchestra. Produced by David Yates Mason
and his Dance Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
A radio night-club, with Jack and Daphne Barker , Mischa de la Motte (at the piano, Adrian Holland ), Harry Jacobson , Therese Carroll , and Len Whiteley and his Septet. Introduced by Dick Hurran . Produced by David Porter
de la Motte