Introduced by Godfrey Winn
Lloyd Thomas at the BBC theatre organ
Nat Allen and has Orchestra
Conductor, Eric Ball
John Dethick (bass-baritone)
' Let Not Your Clowns '
Written and. read by James R. Gregson
and his Orchestra
(Leader, Norman George ) with Kathran Oldfield and Jimmy Young
BBC Northern Orchestra
Conducted by Joseph Post
From the Town Hall, Manchester, by invitation of Manchester Corporation
A programme for children under five
A daily programme for women at home
Introduced by Mary Hill
' I Married a Rat-Catcher': talk by Doris Dalton.
' What's Going On ': spotlight on current affairs
' If You're New to Gardening,' by Gordon Forsyth. 5—' Trees and Shrubs for the Small Garden.' A series of talks designed to help gardening beginners
' Just the Other Day': taking you to events and introducing you to people
Serial : ' A Town Like Alice,' by NevU Shute. Abridged by Brenda Markham. Read by Ronald Simpson
George Crow and the Blue Mariners
Sam Pollock contributes some notes on recent events and introduces a guest speaker who analyses a topical theme for discussion. The programme concludes with ' This week's talking-points '
Jack Leon and his Orchestra
Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Jonquil Antony
Peter Keane at the BBC theatre organ
A serial in six parts by Angus MacVicar.
Show tunes played by the BBC Welsh Orchestra
Conductor, Arwel Hughes
Script by Edward J. Mason
Produced by Charles Lefeaux
A new tale of the days of Nelson by John Keir Cross 4-' At the Chateau '
Produced by Lionel Gamlin
Harry de Rohan:
Lieutenant Butterfield, R N:
The Chevalier de Rohan:
Mignonne de Barbaroux:
with Kitty Bluett
and Alf Pearson
The Beaux and the Belles
Stanley Black and the Dance Orchestra
Script by Eddie Maguire and Ted Ray
Questions of the moment put by members of the audience are discussed spontaneously by: Ralph Wightman
R. H. S. Crossman, M.P .
Dr. J. Bronowski
From the Victoria Rooms, Bristol
Produced by Nicholas Crocker
Ralph Wightman, born in Dorset, is a frequent member of The * Any Questions? ' team. He is a well-known broadcaster on matters dealing with agriculture and the countryside.
R. H. S. Crossman, Member of Parliament (Labour) for Coventry East, was educated at Winchester and Oxford. He has been Assistant Editor of The New Statesman and Nation since 1938. During the war he organised psychological warfare against Germany, and was one of the BBC's leading speakers in German.
Quintin Hogg, who recently succeeded his father Lord Hailsham, was Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Oxford. Educated at Eton and Oxford, where he was President of the Union, he was later called to the Bar. In the last weeks of the Coalition he was appointed Joint Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Air, a post which he also held in the ' Care-taker ' Government. His books deal with legal and political affairs.
Dr. J. B. Bronowski, educated at Jesus
College, Cambridge, started his career as a Lecturer in Mathematics at University College, Hull. During the war he worked as head of a series of mathematical and statistical units planning atomic bombing. Since 1947 he has been engaged in applying statistical research to the economics of industry, and is at present the Director of the Central Research Establishment of the National Coal Board. He has broadcast frequently and his latest contribu'ion to radio, a play dealing with the manifestations and motives of violence in modern society, was broadcast on Monday in the Home Service.
R. H. S.
Tunes you have asked us to play
by Daphne du Maurier
Adapted for broadcasting by Rex Rienits
4—' Invasion '
(Continued in next column)
Produced by David H. Godfrey
Sir Richard Grenvile:
' Mr. Midshipman Hornblower' by C. S. Forester
Reader, Alastair Duncan
10 — ' The Examination for Lieutenant'
John Howlett at the organ of the Odeon, Leicester Square, London