Felix King introduces your request records
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
Band of the Grenadier Guards
Conducted by Major F. J. Harris, M.B.E .
Director of Music
Major F. J.
' Friday Fantasy' by John M. Parry
Read by Charles Crichton
Strict tempo dance music played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
and the Quartet in Fascimatiin' Rhythm '
(Led by Donald Sturtivant )
Conducted by Leo Wurmser
Iris Loveridge (piano)
A programme for children under five
Nursery rhymes, stories, and music
'Here is a song,' said " the lady," ' which I think your dolls and teddies would like to hear.' This suggestion received deep approval from our under fives-and soon golliwogs had to be added to the list. One mother, even wrote of her son's distress that the lady never mentioned his beloved white toy rabbit'
Small children aippreoiate this sympathetic recognition by grown-ups that rheir doll, teddy bear, and golliwog friends have a life of their own, and are receptive and understanding companions.
Today's story by Mrs. E. Williams to be told by Dorothy Smiih , is one that golliwogs may — or may not--like to hear, for its 'hero, thougih a golliwog, is a nauehty one.
The stories for the rest of the week will be found under ' Listen with Mother ' on the appropriate day.
From the North of England
The First Bakewell Puddling: Molly Powell tells the story of a North-Country recipe
Buying and Looking after Blankets : Kathleen Burke puts some frank questions to William Wormald
My Heart's in my Boots: Agnes Madden's views on pride and comfort
Care of Winter Footwear: Six tips by Walter Brannen
Songs ait the piano : Violet Carson
A Good Old Age?: Gwen Pain brings a sound-picture from the over-sixties in flats, homes, and in their new welfare clinic at Salford
A Song Came at Harvest-time, by Sarah Freer, a Yorkshire farmer's wife
A tea-time tit-bit Serial:
'Giant' by Edna Ferber
Abridged by Barbara Henderson
Read by Jane Fergus
Programme introduced by Violet Carson
Billy Mayerl and his Playera with Mary Denise (soprano)
Andrew Wolkowsky and Bert Weedon
(domra and guitar)
Jack White and hds Band
Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Joan Carr-Jones
(Continued in next column)
Bob told his parents that he was rh nkmg of taking a room near the airport as the journey to work was so d fticult; Mrs. Dale was upset but Dr Dale po n'ed out that Bob's work came first. Mrs. Freeman showed Dr. and Mrs. Dale a large poster she had done to persuade people to keep their pets indoors on November 5, and said she was determined to paste fifty of them over Parkwood H 11. However, Dr. Dale offered to pay to have cards printed instead Later, Mrs. Freeman went ' pricing ' at E.A.L. and deeded Chat the new branch would be a challenge to 'Sarah.' Mr. Fu!ton decided Sally should go to Paris. Tiggy neglected his homework and was rude to Isabel.
Mrs Mount ford:
Dr Andrew Gardiner:
by Aubrey Dexter
Cast in order of speaking:
Pianist, Cecily Hoye
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Dr Herbert Froise:
Six illustrated balks about opera
5-The Conductor by Charles Mackerras
A tale of the future.
Written and produced by Charles Chilton.
Jet Morgan and his crew are on their way to the Moon. Shortly after take off, they lost radio contact with Earth and did not regain it, until they were more than 142,000 miles above the Earth's surface.
A few hours later, a small meteor hit the ship and Jet, Mitch, and Lemmy went outside to inspect the damage. Then Lemmy heard weird, unearthly sounds coming through his space suit radio - sounds which terrified him.
Music composed and conducted by:
Spotlighting the world of popular music
Show Band's Victim:
The best of the best sellers
-past and present
Fireside Melody with Bill McGuffie
The Stargazers' Music Shop
Songs in style
I Hear a Violin
Soloist, Louis Stevens
Just For You
Tunes you have specially asked for
BBC Show Band
Directed by Cyril Stapleton
Julie Dawn ,Harold Smart
The Show Band Singers
Introduced by Rikki Fulton
Production by Johnnie Stewart
by Warwick Deeping
Adapted from the novel as a serial in five parts by Betty Stafford Robinson
Other parts played by Audrey Mendes and Douglas Hayes
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
The Rev Robert Flemming:
A programme of problems and brain-teasers devised for your entertainment
Beat the Experts Marjorie Marriott
(Matron of the Middlesex Hospital)
Ask Me Another
Robert MacDermot and Colin Wright
Taking part in the sketches:
Daphne Maddox , Douglas Blackwell and Olwen Brookes
Programme devised and written by John P. Wynn
Produced by Joan Clark
experienced in the Black Cuillin of Skye
Tonight: On the Rocks'
The second of three talks to be given on Mondays a.t this time
Fred Hartley and his Music with Jack Cooper
Including some of the most popular items from the recent Sunday series and the request of a radio celebrity
' The History of Mr. Polly' by H. G. Wells
(to be read in fifteen instalments)
Reader. Ronald Simpson
1— 'Mr. Polly Looks Back'
Directed by Frank Stewart