A ball-by-ball commentary during the last hour of play, by former New South Wales cricketers Hal Hooker and Alan McGilvray , with comments and summaries by former Test players Victor Richardson and J. H. Fingleton (Australia) and A. E. R. Gilligan (England)
A. E. R.
the second day's play
(Broadcasts and summaries in collaboration with the Australian Broadcasting Commission)
Your request records introduced this week by Franklin Engelmann
A weekly series of talks by experts on some of the big issues of the day
Light music for mid-morning played by Reginald King and his Courtiers. with Harry Dawson , and Andrew Wolkowsky and Bert Weedon (domra and guitar)
'The Wedding,' by H. E. Bates. Another story about My Uncle Silas,' read by F. H. Grisewood
Dance music on gramophone records
BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Gilbert Vinter
Al Bollington at the theatre organ
The story of the second day's play, illustrated by extracts from the day's commentaries
BBC Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Robert Irving
Callender's Senior Band: conductor, Charles Waters
A daily programme of information, entertainment, and music for the woman at home.
Jean Marsh on 'Children and their Friends'.
Anne Masson on 'Home Laundering'.
Marian Cutler visits a Citizen's Advice Bureau; other talks of day-to-day interest; and the current serial story, Monica Dickens's "One Pair of Feet," read by Nesta Sawyer. Introduced by Joan Griffiths.
Author of story:
featuring the non-stop music of Fred Alexander and his Players
Jack Simpson and his Sextet
The day-to-day history of an ordinary family. Produced by Vivian Milroy.
with Sheila Hardie (soprano), Billy Miller (violin), and James Bell at the theatre organ. Introduced by Sandy Macpherson.
by Leslie Jeffries and the Grand Hotel Orchestra. From Eastbourne
with Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra. A non-stop review of popular melodies with singers Victoria Campbell , Frederick Harvey , Sally Douglas , Carole Carr. Dick James , Archie Lewis , and Three Boys and a Girl
An entertainment for everyone
Home Town: Songs and tunes of the counties and towns of Britain
Serial: In the Barber's Chair,' by Rex Diamond
Your Hobby Horse: In the saddle, C. Denier Warren. This week's hobby, toy soldiers
Comedy Spot: with Peter Cavanagh BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. Programme introduced by Elsie Randolph. Produced by Audrey Cameron
Thriller serial. Script by Edward J Mason. Produced by Neil Tuson
accompanied by Eugene Pini and his Sextet. Presented by Charles Maxwell
with Kenneth Horne
Sam Costa and Marilyn Williams
Augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
A serial in ten episodes. Adapted by Lester Powell from the novel by P. C. Wren. Produced by Martyn C. Webster. Episode 1-' The Blue Water'
Major Henri de Beaujolais:
A musical entertainment, given by James Johnston (tenor), Frederick Thurston (clarinet), Archie Camden (bassoon), Angus Morrison (piano), Jean Pougnet and Ernest Element (violins), Frederick Riddle (viola), and Anthony Pini (cello). Programme arranged by Basil Douglas
Variety from Her Majesty's Theatre, Carlisle. Introduced by Victor Smythe
An all-comedy quiz in which victors win a prize, and victims pay a penalty. Billy Tement and his Band provide the music, and the producer is Jacques Brown.
' In Their Own Particular Way recall music from the concert plat-i rm, opera and ballet, theatre and A.m. This week. music originally written for orchestra. Programme introduced by Doris Arnold
with music played by John Blore and his Orchestra
Dance music in the old-fashioned style played by Sid Dean and his Band. From the Regent Dance Hall. Brighton