Godfrey Winn introduces your request records
A Story, a hynm, and a prayer
Prdmo Scalla and his Accordion Band
(Leader, William . Mclnulty )
Conductor, David Curry
and his Orchestra with Patti Forbes
Gordon Langhorn , Kenny Bardell and the Mackpies
on gramophone records
Overture, Alceste (Gluck arr. Weingartner): Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
Piano Concerto No. 1, in E flat
(Liszt): Moura Lympany (piano) with the National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Royalton Kisch
Suite In F sharp minor (Dohndnyi):
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
Today's story: ' Those Three Little Kittens ' by S. M. Penberthy
Guest of the Week:
I Knew Her: Esmé Percy recalls some memories of Sarah Bern, hardit
(Continued in next column)
Camilla and Joseph: Mak Moore talks about a Polish couple who came to live in her household
Train Journeys with Children: memories, suggestions, and ideas from parents and others
' The Silent Reefs' by Dorothy Cottrell
Abridged by Honor Wyatt
Read by Dends McCarthy Third of fourteen instalments
Programme introduced by Marjorie Anderson
BBC West of England
(Leader, Frederick Lunmon )
Conductor, Frank Cantell
David Java and his Orchestra
(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conductor, Ian Whyite
played by Geraldo and his Orchestra with Jill Day and Roy Edwards introducing
The String Choir
All-time Hit Parade and Geraldo at the piano
2-Band of the SCOTS GUARDS
Conducted by Lieut. Col. S. Rhodes , M.B.E .
Director of Music
Lieut. Col. S.
Rhodes , M.B.E
Written by Edward J. Mason and Geoffrey Webb.
A story of country folk.
includdng cricket close of play scores
A cavalcade in duologue by Stella Margetson
Production by Audrey Cameron
1—' Edwardian Day '
Captain Guy Hammond comes to Cresset Park in the year 1902 to ask for the hand of Lady Cresset's daughter, Helen. ' With or without your consent, Lady Cresset: he tells her, ' things are changing ... I am not afraid of loving Helen ... we are the new generauon, the new century ..."
Some recoHections of the theatre of his youth by Aubrey FitzGe-rald
In the first of four talks, Aubrey Pi <z-Gerald, an eighty-year-old actor who made his first London appearance at the Court Theatre in 1894, recalls such celebrities as D:on Boucioault, Dame Irene Vanbrugh , Mrs. John Wood , Sir John Hare , and Brandon Thomas.
, Sir John
Music for a late evening introduced by'Marjorie Anderson
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conductor, Harry Rabinowitz
Produced by Frank Hooper
' Verdict of Twelve' by Raymond Postgate
(to be read in twenty instalments) Reader, Harry Lockwood West
18—' Conflicting Opinions '
on gramophone records
Presented by Roy Bradford