Norman Hackforth introduces your request records
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre,
Marble Arch, London
Jack Salisbury and his Salon Orchestra
Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Hazel Adair
' D-Day for Dan ' by Marion Suckley
Read by Arthur Williams
A programme of strict tempo dance music played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
at the BBC theatre organ Song Hits of January
(Leader, Donald Sturtivant ) Conducted by Leo Wurmser
A programme for children under five
Nursery rhymes, st6ries, and music
Today's story: "The Little Coal Truck,' by L. M. Wilson , told by Daphne Oxenford
Catherine Edwards introduces the programmes this week
Another Grandmother Reflects: Irene Sholto on the attitude of different generations of mothers to their children
Quotation Club: Introducing prose and verse which has given listeners hope, courage, and pleasure.
Miss Mitford: Margaret Lane talks about the author of ' Our Village ' who died on January 10, a hundred years ago
Musical World Tour: Katharine Kendall talks about the pioneering tour she made with her string quartet in 1926 Serial: The Naked Risk ' by Phyllis Gordon Demarest
Abridged by Terry Gompertz
Read by Jill Balcon
The first of fifteen instalments
Programme introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Conducted by Major Douglas A. Pope
Director of Music
Major Douglas A.
Jack White and his Band
Script by Hazel Adair
and The Owens had lunch with the Dales and Mr. Owen told Mrs. Dale he still could not agree to Jenny marrying Bob.
Monument admitted that he had doubts about his forthcoming marriage to Mrs. Meadows. Edward Fielding failed to raise the money for the Nursing Home because of Dr. Dale's connection with Alec. Dr. Dale had a letter from Sir Bernard offering to act as Alec's counsel; Alec's son, Carlton, turned up at Virginia Lodge, asking for his father. Mrs. Dale discovered that Bob was working at a radio shop so that he could buy a ring for Jenny's birthday and she offered to lend him some of the money.
Kaffaele de Faenza:
Kaffaele de Faenza:
by Patrick Hamilton
Adapted for broadcasting by Mollie Greenhalgh
Characters in order of speaking:
Production by Martyn C. Webster
T St John
The Duke of Lamorre:
and his Mandoliers with Alberto Mazzini
Written by Edward J. Mason and Geoffrey Webb.
A story of country folk.
• The Red Planet'
(The last of the series) with David Jacobs
Music composed and conducted by Van Phillips
Written and produced by Charles Chilton i)
Doc and Lemmy managed to escape from the Martian city of Lacus Solis in the sphere in which they had been carried off by the so-called ' flying doctor.' Together with Mitch, Dobson, and Harding, who were also in the sphere, Doc set the ship on course for-the Argyre Desert where he hoped to pick up Jet who was still somewhere out in the pink wasteland with the land fleet. At last Jet's truck was sighted and Doc landed the sphere alongside it, only to find that the truck was empty and Jet was gone.
A short radio version adapted by Desmond Carrington from the sound-track of the new M.G.M. film and the singing voice of Mario Lanza as the Student Prince
A Carrington-Hale production
King of Karlsburg:
A series of stories about the constant war between the Continental criminal and the Continental police with Wilfrid Thomas as narrator
3-He Watched His Own Funeral
Telling how a very cunning swindler was unmasked by the Biussels police.
Written by Tom Fallon
Produced by Tom Waldron
Cyril Stapleton directs the BBC Show Band
Alfred Marks does his best to misdirect it and Rikki Fulton makes the introductions which include
The Stargazers, Ray Burns Bill McGuffie , Harold Smart
The Show Band Singers
Production 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
The Tommy Whittle Quintet
Introduced by Dill Jones
Produced by Jimmy Grant and Donald MacLean
From the Glasgow studio Brian Johnston introduces his recorded commentary on the start from Blythswood Square; reports from Raymond Baxter transmitted from points en route; and news of conditions in Europe received from Monte Carlo.
' Pied Piper' by Nevil Shute
(to be read in seventeen instalments)
Readei, Francis de Wolff
Abridger. Jocelyn Bradford
1-' John Howard goes to France '
John Madin at the organ of the Granada, Tooting