Roy Rich introduces your request records
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
Thomas Dando at the BBC theatre organ
Bard of the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues)
Conducted by Captain David McBain, Director of Music
and his Orchestra with Jean Campbell
David Carey , Monity Norman and the Staplejacks
' The Salvation of Da.nkie Peters ' by F. B. Walton
Told by Peter Lindsay
Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra
(Leader, David Paget )
Conductor, Robert Buaby with Joseph McNally (piano)
(Leader, J. Mouland Betgbie )
Conducted by John Hopkins
A programme for children under five
'He said " So-long, matc," and I said it too,' says the four-year-old hero of Diana Ross 's story, ' William and the Lorry.' And William's words indicate an element in this story for our under-fives. In these days of mechanical things, reflected in our children in their intense interest in trains and motors, a story about a lorry makes an initial appeal, while to have a lorry-ride, as happens in this tale, must be a wonderful adventure. But to be acknowledged, as William is. as equal with the lorry-driver himself-that crowns the experience, for tha: is what gives to William a conviction of his own importance, a conviction very necessary to an under-five in a world of grown-ups where he easily senses his own inadequacy and insignificance. This story will be told again today and tomorrow by Catherine Edwards whom we welcome back once more for her next turn as storyteller. On Wednesday and Thursday come the tales of ' The Three Bunnies' by June Colbourne, and 'The Nest by Elizabeth Gardner , and on Friday, ' The Old Black Kettle ' bv Liiias Edwards.
Elizabeth A. Taylor
Conducted by Major F. J. Harris , M.B.E.
Director of Music
Major F. J.
Arthur Birkiby and hils Octet
Giving Your Account
Five discussions between Petty Officer Bernard Houghton , R.N., and an English teacher about the problems of reporting
1—' What's the difficulty?'
Bill Sarvill arid his Orchestra
Script by Lesley Wilson
Last week Mr. Gilroy drove Mrs. Dale and Miriam back from Devon. It became obvious that Charles Gilroy was devoted to Mrs. Dale, so she decided to end her driving lessons with him. Miriam had a letter from Alec saying he had a good job in Edinburgh, so she decided to join him there. Gwen gave a birthday party for her father. Richard Fulton went to a twenty-first birthday party for Jill Delaney , daughter of a friend. Having left a note for her mother saying she had elop;d, she persuaded Richard Fulton to ' drive her to see a sick friend.' He discovered her plan and drove her to Rose Cottage. Meanwhile the newspapers had printed stories of ' Richard Fulton 's Elopement.' Mrs. Freeman and Sally at Rose Cottage were amazed to read of it. However, Mr. Fulton and Jill eventually arrived. Mr. Fulton telephoned Jill's mother and was furious to learn of the newspaper reports.
(Continued in next column)
Principal characters this week:
by Noel Coward
[Starring] Reginald Purdell and Betty Baskcomb
Adapted for broadcasting by:
Mrs Flint, Frank's mother-in-law:
Ethel, his wife:
Sylvia, his sister:
Frank's children - Reg:
Frank's children - Queenie:
Frank's children - Vi:
and his Metropole Orchestra on gramophone records
He sings to a small guitar
Introduced by Tony East
John Boorman learns something about sound recording on the Royal Performance film . Where No Vultures Fly '
Alan Lomax introduces some hill-billies he has collected on his tours
Helptirg hands for housewives
Weymouth Sea Rangers and 2nd Harwell Scouts
You're Only Young Once
The everyday adventures of the Caldicott family
Script by Edward J. Mason
7-' Everyone makes up their minds'
Written by Edward J. Mason and Geoffrey Webb.
A story of country folk.
Tony Shryane Daniel Archer, the farmer: Harry
Donis Archer, his wife:
Philip Archer, their younger son:
Christine Archer, their daughter:
Jack Archer, their elder son:
Peggy Archer, his wife:
Mr Fairbrother, a wealthy farmer:
Grace Fairbrother, his daughter:
Walter Gaibriel, Dan's neighbour:
Simon, the farm worker:
Mrs Perkins, Peggy's mother:
John Elldson and Robert MacDermot are the question-masters in this inter-country contest between representative teams from girls' and boys' schools in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
Berwickshire High School,
Duns (Girds) v.
Morgan Academy, Dundee (Boys)
Produced by Joan Clark
by Morris West
4— ' The Affair of the Fabulous Frascatd '
Production by Martyn C. Webster
Introduced by Jimmy Hanley
Billy (Uke) Scott
James Moody and Winifred Davey
Francisco Cavez and his Latin-American Rhythm
Mary Naylor and Al Read
Cyril Stapleton and his Orchestra
Produced by John Foreman
and his Orchestra with Howard Jones
Rose Brennan and Tony Ventro
by William Colt MacDonald Read by Charles Richardson
1—' Jennifer '
Muted Strings dilrected by Reg PursgJove with Irene Kohler (piano)