played by Nelson Elms at the organ of the Granada. Tooting
An accompanist plays some piano solos-Winifred Davey
5—' Export or Die!' Bernard Hollo wood examines the facts behind this slogan and talks about other aspects of Britain's international trade .
A series of talks about work in Britain. 5-' An expert talks about dairying, and the opportunities of employment open to ex-Service men and women
30—' Amlefs Tragedy or Mine? Written and read by Eric Roberts
Fifteen minutes of melody and syncopation from the British Forces Network in Germany
An abridged version of Jules Verne ', story, in twelve instalments. Reader, Gerik Schjelderup. 2-' Arne Sak nussemm's Cipher '
Hill-billies on gramophone records
at the organ of the New Victoria Cinema. Bradford
Conducted by Robert Irving
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and Peter Watts. (BBC recording)
' How to Read a Book.' Should a detective novel be read backwards? How to choose the right book in a library. How to get facts out of a book. How to allow for the author's bias. Talk by B. A. Howard
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes...
played by Morrison's Engineering Works Orchestra: conductor, C. Rey nolds Payne
with Robert Easton. Claude Cavalotti. and Fredric Bayco at the theatre organ. The programme introduced by Sandy Macpherson
From the Grand Hotel. Bristol. with Oliver Wakefield , Marilyn Williams , Reginald Williams and his Futurists, with the Westernaires and Joy Newell. Produced and introduced by Hamilton Kennedy
(by permission of the Air Council), conducted by Wing Commander R. P. O'Donnell , M.V.O., Organising Director of Music. Royal Air Force
Commander R. P.
with music for all: on gramophone records
Overture: William Tell (Rossini):
NBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Toscanini
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Dukas):
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski
Intermezzo and Alia marcia (Suite:
Karelia) (Sibelius): BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
Music with a feminine touch, played by ' Four Hands in Harmony ': Tony Lowry and Clive Richardson at two pianos
Talk by Richard Dimbleby
A fortnightly series of programmes covering sports from all angles and designed to appeal to all sportsmen
Tonight's edition includes a discussion between David Jack and Billy Birrell (Managers respectively of Middlesbrough and Chelsea) on the pros and cons of promotion and relegation in next season's League Football; and H. B. T. Wakelam on the history of Twickenham. Edited by Geoffrey Peck and introduced by John Snagge
H. B. T.
Arthur Young and Reginald Foresythe, with Elisabeth Welch to sing and Stephane Grappelly to play. Introduced by Roy Plomley and arranged by Edgar Blatt
The music of Ambrose and his Orchestra with the songs of Anne Shelton. Presented by Jacques Brown
(Fifth Edition). A happy-go-lucky carefree entertainment featuring James Etherington , a star from the Services, and the latest radio discoveries. Guest star, Eddie Reindeer
Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Produced by C. F. Meehan. (BBC recording)
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 17.
Artists from the Forces back in ' Civvy Street' report to Ex-Cpl. Sally Rogers at the Radio Release Centre to entertain you
Eddie Molloy , the Harry Sherman Trio, Martin Boddy , Peter Waring (by permission of the Windmill Theatre), a company of actors from the Reunion Theatre Association, and the Squadronaires Dance Orchestra, directed by Jimmy Miller. In charge of the party, Gordon Crier and John Burnaby. Dress: best civvies. Instruments, musical, will be carried
The strange adventures of a London taxi-driver, with Jerry Verno (by permission of Firth Shephard ) as the driver. Written by Cyril Campion and produced by Jacques Brown. Episode 4
and his Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
A sequence of restful music played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins