Introduced by Gilbert Harding
See Both Sides of the Microphone '
A story, a hymn and a prayer
at the organ of the Capitol, Aberdeen
Morris Motors Band
Conductor, G. V. Brooks
and his Light Orchestra with Janet Davis (soprano)
at the BBC theatre organ
(Austin Rayner is appearing at the Regal Cinema, Harrogate)
played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
(Leader, Frank Thomas )
Conducted by Harold Gray
for children under five
' Goodbye now, until tomorrow-goodbye! ' says Catherine Edwards or Lorna Pegram as the music of Gabriel Faure 's ' Berceuse ' creeps gently in to round off our programme. This daily farewell, we have discovered, must never be omitted. tike ' Are you sitting comfortably? ' it signifies for our small listeners the rapport between them and the speaker which they unquestioningly assume. The importance to our under fives of this reciprocal relationship was stressed in an unexpected way by the mother of a small boy who wrote: ' When his lady says " goodbye " he always says " goodbye "-but waits a bit and says " why doesn't she answer me; why doesn't she say 'goodbye'? " I've tried to explain that she has already said
" goodbye, ' but it never pleases; always It is "I wish she'd say goodbye ' again When / say it to her " ' How many vajediotions, we wonder, would be needed to satisfy this small listener?
Each of our programmes this week will include a story from the series by Molly Sole about the adventures of the little boy Sam and his four-footed companion Little Wu. The storyteller will be Julia Lang and Catiherine Edwards will again pronounce the final goodbyes.'
Elizabeth A. Taylor
A daily programme for women at home
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson and including:
' Visit to Stockholm': Catherine de la Roche reports on some of the leading women personalities in Sweden, hostess country this year to the International Congress of Business and Professional Women
' A Treatment at Home': the way to revive a tired skin, by Mary Embrey
' Clerk to a Rent Tribunal': Mabel Burroughs describes her work in the East End of London
'A Surprise for My Husband! ': Grace Chaney describes the consequences of a birthday present.
A report on the Women's Amateur Athletics Association Championships by Marjorie Pollard
Serial: Karen,' by Marie Killilea. Abridged by Michael Bell. Read by Peggy Hassard
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de la Roche
Conducted by Reginald Kilbey
George Scott-Wood and his Accordion Band
Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Jonquil Antony
To be repeated tomorrow at 11.0 a.m.
Last Sunday Sally entertained Mrs. Dale and Mrs. Ahmed at Gimlet Green for the day. Meanwhile Dr. Dale told Mollie at a vacancy in the Flower Department at Berrodges; but Mollie wasn't to keen to apply for the post until Bob convinced her it would be for her own good to take the job. Mr. Fulton gave Gwen an enormous teddy bear for Billy, to thank her for her help with his book, which he had now finished. However, when David read the proofs he realised that several passages were libellous and would have to be re-written. At home Gwen and David were puzzled to see what appeared to be Angclinr in Mrs. Sandman's paddock. However, it turned out that Mrs. Sandil had also acquired a goat.
Matron of Parkwood Hill Hospital:
Monday Matinee presents
Bernard Braden in ' THE FLOWER IN THE ROCK ' by Joseph Schull
Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe
(as a child and Other parts played by: Frank Tinkle , John Caza. bon Tony Quinn. Mavis Villiers
Gwen Day Burroughs and Macdonald Parke
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Captain John Mason.:
Prudence Mason (as a child and woman:
Richard Mason, her brother:
Catherine Patenaude, their governess:
Mr Ovrum, a detective:
Philip Graves (alias Porter):
P C Weathers, of the Canadian Police:
Inspector Manley, of the Canadian Police:
at the BBC theatre organ Favourites Old and New
(Joseph Seal broadcasts by permission of Associated British Cinemas)
Conductor, Harry Mortimer
Written by Edward J. Mason and Geoffrey Webb.
A story of country folk.
including cricket close of play scores
' Union Pacific '
Episode 4 with Paul Carpenter as ' Jeff Arnold '
Charles Irwin as ' Luke ' Carole Carr , Bob Mallin
Macdonald Parke , Alan Keith
Guy Kingsley Poynter
Reed de Rouen and Rustler '
Music by the Four
Ramblera Freddie Phillips and the Sons of the Saddle led by Jack Fallon
Written and produced by Charles Chilton
Another in the series of radio portraits of famous personalities of the entertainment world with Bing Crosby
Script by Gordon Gow
Produced by Thurstan Holland
A serial play for radio adapted by Elleston Trevor from the story by Simon Rattray
5-' Voice of a Stranger '
Production by Cleland Finn
Det Insp Frisnay:
de la Torre
Sir Bernard Gregg:
Coffee stall proprietor:
Records requested by men and women serving abroad in the Navy, Army, and Air Force, Merchant Navy, Colonial Police Forces, and Nursing Services
Presented by Franklin Engelmann
Some diversions on a car journey with Peter Ustinov, Peter Jones and the Aeolian Players
Written by Peter Ustinov and Peter Jones
Edited by Frank Muir and Denis Norden
Produced by Pat Dixon
(The recorded broadcast of September 26, 1952 in the Home Service)
and his Latin-American Orchestra
(Edmundo Ros and his Latin-American Orchestra are appearing at the New Coconut Grove, London)
' The Day of the Triffids' by John Wyndham
(to be read in fifteen instalments)
Reader, Frank Duncan
6-' Rendezvous '
Contrasting organ music played by The Smarts
(Charles and Harold) with violin solos by Reginald Leopold