Introduced by Stephen Grenfell
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
Louis Mordish at the organ of the Gaumont State, Kilburn, London
Band of the Grenadier Guards
Conducted by Major F. J. Harris, M.B.E.
Director of Music
Major F. J.
' Madame Pepita' by Douglas Bentley
Told by Antony Kearey
Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Music played by the United States Air Force
Symphony Orchestra featuring the Singing Sergeants (Directed by Lt. Robert Landers ) with T/Sgt. Bill Jones (baritone)
Conducted by Colonel George S. Howard
Colonel George S.
A programme for children under five
' My daughter is five-and-a-half years old,' writes a mother, ' but she is unable to go to school yet as she has a lot of sickness. As she has to spend so much time indoors and her little friends now go to school you can imagine how much " Listen with Mother " means to her.' One story, 'The Lorry ' by Ruth Simortis, specially intrigued this little girl, for Bill's lorry, like herself, longed to go to the seaside. But the lorry was more fortunate than she; he took matters into his own steering-wheel, and was, she thinks, ' so sensible to take the wrong turnings.' If she is not better and able to go to the seaside this year, she may at least enjoy hearing the tale again, told tomorrow by Julia Lang, who also relates Friday's story, ' Making a Train' by Mary Reinach. Today. and on Wednesday comes Dorothy Smith with ' Those Three Little Kittens ' by S. M. Penberthy, and A Tale of Three Puppies ' by Jane Shaw. Thursday's story, 'The Picnic' by R. H. Bevan, will be told by Daphne Oxenford.
The stories and rhymes are introduced this week and next by Lorna Pegram.
Elizabeth A. Taylor
BBC Opera Orchestra (Leader, John Sharpe )
Conducted by Charles Groves
with George Barclay
Jack White and his Band
To be repeated tomorrow at 11.0 a.m.
Mrs. Dale was relieved that the misunderstanding with the Fieldings had been cleared up. Bob came home for the weekend and said Jenny had got The part of Ophelia in the drama school production of ' Hamlet,' because the girl who was playing it had been taken ill. Jenny was very worried because she didn't know her lines. The family and Richard Fulton went to see the play. Jenny was a complete failure and had to be continually prompted. Bob went backstage to see her afterwards, but she had gone. When he went to his car he found Jenny there. She refused to return to the drama school and begged him to take her to Sandboume with him, which he did. At Sandbourne she found a job as a waitress. When'Richard Fulton heard about this he wired her parents. Her father replied to say he was coming to London immediately and was going to take Jenny back to Wales.
Principal characters this week:
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The Rev William Owen:
by Aimee Stuart
Adapted for broadcasting by Martyn C. Webster
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
and his Band with Johnny Eager
including cricket close of play scores
The George Mitchell Choristers
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conducted by Robert Busby
Script by Ronald Wolfe
Produced by Dennis Main Wilson
Another incident in the career of Police - Constable Archibald Berkeley -Willoughby
11 — ' The Case of the Naked Truth'
Produced by Vernon Harris
P C 49:
Chief Inspector Wilson:
Mossy Stone ,:
Molly Dawson and Kevin FitzGerald match their wits and wisdom about words with Evelyn Gibbs and Sam Pollock
Expert, Marghanita Laski
Chairman, Fielden Hughes
Charlie Chester and Tony Hancock introduce a programme for Services everywhere
The Forces try to stump
Leslie Welch , the Memory Man
Mr. Music Master
Your Request Favourite
Bernard Braden , the star you asked to hear
Carole Carr sings songs of the Servicemen's choice
The Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Stanley Black
Script by Ray Galton , Alan Simpson and Charlie Chester
Produced by Jacques Brown and John Hooper
and his Orchestra with Jill Day , Derrick Francis and Bob Dale
From the Locarno Ballroom, Glasgow
* Herself Surprised * by Joyce Cary
Reader, Marjorie Westbury
11 — ' The Vicar Wins '
The J. H. Squire Celeste Octet and Winifred Davey (piano)
J. H. Squire Celeste