Introduced by Peter Noble
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Newcastle
National Military Band
Conductor, George Holley
and his Mandoliers with John Lewis (tenor)
at the BBC theatre organ
Popular Tunes of Today
played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
(Leader, Frank Thomas )
Conductor, Leo Wurmser
'Nicholas helps with the washing up ' by Elizabeth Coleman will be .told tomorrow by Daphne Oxenford ; she follows i,t on Wednesday with ' The Little Lamb who was Lost,' by Margaret Heaps. Today and on Friday comes Julia Lang with ' The Cow and the Puffer Train,' by Margaret Fox , and another story about Minikin, Manikin, and Mite, by Lilian Daykin Thursday's take, by Mary Harbest , told by Dorothy Smith , exploits an activity in which small chiJdren frequently delight, for in what 'home where there is a piano does not the young asprant love to ' play ' in imitation of the grown-ups?
Catherine Edwards introduces these programmes and those for next week too.
Elizabeth A. Taylor
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson and including:
'Reflections from the Screen': Gordon Gow talks about the Cannes Film Festival from which he has just returned, and some current films
I was ' Up for the Cup': Marjorie Pollard describes the scene at Wembley last Saturday
' Following a Career at Home ': Iris Morley describes the advantages and disadvantages
' Eating Abroad ': 1-The United Statesby Ernestine Carter.
Serial: ' No Easy Way.' Written and read by Naomi Jacob.
Vernon Adcock and his Light Orchestra with Doreen Orme (soprano)
Eric Winstone and his Orchestra
Script by Jonquil Antony
Last week Mrs, Dale visited Sally to arrange a shopping expedition, and learned that Mollie was absent from work. Later Sheila White , Mollie's friend, presented herself and explained that Mollie had run into trouble and was to appear in court. She asked Mrs. Dale to go with her to hear the case. It transpired that Mollie was remanded for a week for selling a fur coat which &he was buying on hare purchase. Later Mrs. Dale visited her in prison in an endeavour to help her, but Mollie was sullen and hostile and would not co-operate. David dined with one of his directors When he came home he informed Gwen that he had arranged to look after their goat for three months whiite they were abroad. At first Monument resented the goat, but in time formed quire an attachment for it!
A radio play by John Keir Cross
From the story by Robert Louis Stevenson
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Jim Hawkins, a man:
Jim Hawkins,a boy:
Long John Silver:
Conducted by Lieut.-Col. A. Lemoine
Director of Music
Gwen Oatley (soprano)
(Continued in next column)
Written by Edward J. Mason and Geoffrey Webb.
A story of country folk.
including cricket close of play scores
An all-time hit parade sung by Barbara Leigh
The Johnston Brothers with the Dennis Wilson Trio and the Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra
Conductor, Harry Rabinowttz
Introduced by Michael Brooke
Producer, Jimmy Grant
This Coronation summer the Capital is on show. Each week this programme pays a radio visit to a landmark, in ornear London, describing and dramatising its past and present, its history and romance
Guide and storyteller, Hugh Ross Williamson 4-London Bridge
The London Bridge of the nursery rhyme is said to have fallen down in the days of she Ancient Britons. Our present one replaced a stone bridge, with houses and shops on it. whioh was for centuries the only approach to the Capital from the south.
A programme of mood, melody, and song on gramophone records
Professionalism in British Sport
See top of page and ' Both Sides of the Microphone'
with Wallas Eaton , The Keynotes
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor. Paul Fenoulhet Script by Frank Muir and Denis Norden
Produced by Charles Maxwell
and his Orchestra with Diana Coupland , Monty Norman and Martin Moreno
' Rogue Herries ' by Sir Hugh Walpole
Reader, John Sharp
6—' Encounter in Carlisle'
The Spa Orchestra
Directed by Max Jaffa with Winifred Davey (piano)