John Watt introduces your request records
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
The Dulcet Strings
Directed by Frank Stewart
' A Bird in the Hand' by Arthur Calder-Marshall
Reader, Ara Calder-Marshall
Strict tempo dance music played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
at the BBC theatre organ
Tunes of Today
(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie ) Conducted by Gerald Gentry
A programme for children under five
Nursery rhymes stories, and music
Today's story: The Roadmenders by Mary Reinach , told by Julia Lang
Catherine Edwards introduces the programmes this week
From the North of England
Shopping Report: Yvonne Adamson reports on the winter clothes available in some of the main northern shopping centres Stotty Cake: a famous Geordie teatime treat remembered by John Bamborough
Two Return: a Yorkshire tale written and told byGladys Holt
Songs at the piano: Violet Carson Living in Holland: Betty Dekker , a Yorkshire woman, tells you about her home in her husband's country
'I'm glad I've been a Chaplain,' says the Rev. G. R. Lloyd
' Adam Bede' by George Eliot
Abridged by Terry Gompertz
Read by Gladys Young
The sixth of fifteen instalments
Programme introduced by Violet Carson
Rev. G. R.
(Leader, David Paget )
Conductor, Harry Rabinowitz
Jerry Allen and his Trio
(Jerry Allen and his Trio are appearing in Variety at the Wood Green Empire)
Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Hazel Adair
Dr. Dale celebrated his fiftieth birthday and Gwen and Bob gave a dinner party for him. The doctor was called out to a patient, but later managed to get to the party. Alec tried to borrow some money from him. Bob was interviewed by a selection board for a radio officer course. Grandfather Dale went back to Scotland and took Miss Marchbanks with him as his new housekeeper. Mrs. Dale had no opportunity to ask Mrs. Freeman about her plan to be housekeeper at the nursing home. Gwen agreed to make up her quarrel with Jenny to please Bob.
Raffaele de Faenza:
with Alan Wheatley and Betty Hardy
Cast in order of speaking:
Adapted for broadcasting by Peggy Wells
Produced by Donald McWhinnie
The play was first produced at the Haymarket Theatre on March 3, 1921.
Arnold Champion-Cheney, m p:
George, a butler:
Elizabeth, Arnold's wife:
Edward Luton ('Teddie'):
Clive Champion-Cheney, Arnold's father:
Lady Catherine Champion-Cheney:
playing your favourite piano music
Gale Pedrick writes on page 7
Beat the Expert Hubert Phillips and Ask Me Another
A general knowledge quiz between contestants representing all parts of the British Isles
Maureen Heath , Eric Osborne
Chairman, Franklin Engelmann
'The Red Planet'— 11 with David Jacobs
Music composed and conducted by Van Phillips Written and produced by Charles Chilton
Doc and Frank go out in one of the land trucks and find Jet and Mitch in a deep sleep. It is a good time before they awake and Jet recounts a dream he had in which he saw a strange valley covered in rhubarb-like -vegetation. The crew of Discovery ' then start out on their exploration of Mars. Shortly after, Freighter No. 2, coming in to land with a load of supplies ferried down from the remainder of the Fleet still coasting in free orbit 1,000 miles above the Martian surface, crashes some five miles north of the little exploration party.
John Ellison and Robert MacDermot are the question-masters in this inter-country contest between representative teams from girls' and boys' schools in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
Dunfermline (Girls) v.
Allan Glen 's School,
Questions set by Tom Williams
Produced by Joan Clark
Colin Barber (Sutton-in-Ashfleld) v. Cliff Giles (Linton)
Commentary by Raymond Glendenning, with inter-round summaries by W. Barrington Dalby on the eight-round Bantamweight contest.
From the Corn Exchange
Cyril Stapleton directs The BBC Show Band
Tonight's Show Band Star
Jimmy Young with Betty Reilly
The Show Band Singers
Produced by Johnnie Stewart
Gilbert Harding brings his guests to the studio, records them in their homes, or talks to them across seas and continents by telephone and short-wave telecommunications
Because the world around us changes from day to day, the people to be interviewed in these programmes will not be chosen until shortly before the broadcast, and their names will not be announced in advance.
The Harding Interviews are broadcast twice a week — on Mondays at
10.20 and Thursdays at 8.45 p.m.
The Ronnie Scott Orchestra
Introduced by Dill Jones
Produced by Donald MacLean and Jimmy Grant
A programme of melody sprinkled with memory
Produced by Eric Arden
' The Letter ' by Somerset Maugham
(to be read in five instalments)
Reader. Carleton Hobbs
1-' Murder Sensational'
The David McCallum Trio.
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