Australia v. England at Brisbane Cricket Ground
Commentary during the last half hour of the first day's play
A. G. Moyes and Bernard Kerr
George Elrick introduces your request records
Reginald Porter-Brown at the BBC theatre organ
Jack Simpson and his Septet
Script by Jonquil Antony
Conductor, Harry Mortimer
' Late for Lunch '
Written and read by Sylvia Lewin
and his Orchestra with Rita Williams and Jimmy Young
BBC Northern Orchestra
Conductor, Charles Groves
A programme for children under five
Nursery rhymes, stories, and music
A daily programme for women at home
Introduced by Mary Hill
' Ducks and Geese in December,' by Mary Ball
' What's Going On ': spotlight on current affairs
' Old But Not Alone': Agnes Cockle describes her feelings when, after nearly a lifetime of having a home of her own, she became a member of an old people's community
'Ugh! It Makes Me Shudder.' Is it spiders or mice-or snakes? Three naturalists, William Asp den, James Fisher , and Maxwell Knight , reveal some of their personal phobias
Serial: The Day is Ours' by Hilda Lewis. Abridged by Hilton Brown. Read by Jill Balcon
Cyril Stapleton and his Orchestra
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 '
The Promenade Players
Conductor, Sidney Bowman
Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Jonquil Antony
Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
John Reynders with his Orchestra and Vera Florence (soprano)
with Walter Fitzgerald and Denis O'Dea
From the R.K.O.-Walt Disney production of Aobert Louis Stevenson 's story
Adapted from the novel and edited from the sound-track by Desmond Carrington
4—' Captain Silver '
Produced by Thurstan Holland
Jim Hawkins (as a boy):
Jim Hawkins (as a man):
Long John Silver:
' Corn in Egypt ! Episode 5 with Harold Berens , Leon Cortez
Eric Phillips , Stephen Jack
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Script by Ronnie Hanbury
Production by George Inns
by Warwick Deeping
Dramatised for radio as a- serial in nine parts by John Watt
Music specially composed by Henry Reed and played by a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Rae Jenkins
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Kit (Stephen's son):
Tunes you have asked us to play
Questions of the moment put by members of the audience are discussed spontaneously by A. G. Street
George Darling , M.P.
From the Capitol Cinema, St. Austell
Produced by Nicholas Crocker
A. G. Street , novelist and farmer, and Graham Hutton , economist, have both been frequent members of the Any Questions? teams.
George Darling is the Member of Parliament (Labour) for the Hillsborough Division of Sheffield. A former railway worker, he started work at the age of fourteen, and became a national figure in the Labour Youth Movement. In 1930 he was in charge of the Research Department of the C.W.S. At the outbreak of war he joined the BBC reporting team and was the Industrial Correspondent of the Corporation until 1948.
Alfred Edwards , born in Middlesbrough, also entered industry as a boy. He is now director of an old-established iron-works and is connected with many other enterprises. He was formerly Member of Parliament (Labour) for East Middlesbrough, but owing to his opposition to the Iron and Steel Act he was expelled from the Labour Party and later joined the Conservative Party. He contested Middlesbrough East as a Conservative at the last election, and was defeated.
' The Spoilers of the North by Rex Beach
Reader, Charles Richardson
10 — ' The Kindness of Cherry Malotte'
Louis Mordish at the organ of the Gaumont, Camden Town, London