played by Cyril Gell at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
A well-known radio comedienne plays some piano solos-Nan Kenway
6—'Geography of Economics.' Bernard Hollowood discusses the economic advantages conferred by a country's position on the map
A series of talks about work in Britain. 6-Miss R. A. Penn , now Secretary of the London Branch of the Royal College of Nursing, talks about her life as a nurse
Miss R. A.
31—' Eye-Witness': written by J. C. Skerratt ; read by Ellis Chesney
Fifteen minutes of melody and syncopation from the British Forces Network in Germany
An abridged version of Jules Verne 's story, in twelve Instalments. Reader, Gerik Schjelderup. 7—' The Lidenbrock Sea
(Conductor, Charles Shadwell ), with Reginald Gibbs (baritone)
at the organ of the Dome, Brighton
Conductor, Ian Whyte
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by David H. Godfrey and Peter Watts.
Making up one's mind demands a sound judgment of all the factors. S. Meyers shows how the art of suspending judgment may be the first essential in ' thinking it out'
at the piano, improvises on some of the tunes you ask to hear in the ' Family Favourites ' programmes
Waltz: The Grenadiers Waldteufel Suite: Caucasian Sketches
Jan Berenska and his Orchestra, with Jack Wilson (piano)
with Marjorie Thomas (contralto), Haydn Adams (tenor), and Felton Rapley at the theatre organ. Programme introduced by Sandy Mac pherson
from the Town Hall. Cheltenham Spa, with Isabelita Alonso , and Vernon Lee , and music for dancing by the Hector Davies Dance Orchestra. Produced and presented by Philip Garston-Jones
Conductor, J. J. Stobbs
(Conductor, Frank Cantell ), with Edgar Jones (bass)
The Billy Mayerl Rhythm Ensemble
Talk by Richard Dimbleby
Famous sporting personalities answer queries from listeners. The experts, Charles Buchan , Jack Crump , Charles Saxton , and Jock Wemyss. Queation-Master, Raymond Glendenning
(Sixth edition). A happy-go-lucky carefree entertainment, featuring James Etherington , a star from the Services, and the winners of the discovery contests. Guest stars, Nat Mills and Bobbie. Dance Orchestra, directed by Stanley Black. Introduced by Carroll Levis . Produced by C. F. Meehan.
Danny Webb of Canada v. Ray Famechon of Paris. Commentary by Raymond Glendenning , with inter-round summaries by W. Barrington Dalby. From the Seymour Hall , London
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 18
Artists from the Forces back in Civvy Street report to Ex-Cpl. Sally Rogers at the Radio Release Centre to entertain you.
Len Williams, Harry Farmer and his Sextet, Gerry Fitzgerald, a company of actors from the Reunion Theatre Association, the Skyrockets Dance Orchestra, directed by Paul Fenoulhet. Dress: best civvies. Instruments, musical, will be carried. In charge of the party, Gordon Crier and John Burnaby
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 5
with his Orchestra, in a programme of uninterrupted music
A sequence of restful music, played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra; conductor, Rae Jenkins
11.30 Melodies that Linger played by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ