Directed by Sidney Sax with Edward Rubach (piano)
Dudley Perkins talks about the law and the family-husbands aud wives, parents and children
The Sunday supplement to Woman's Hour
E. Arnot Robertson talks about things she has been doing and people she has met in the last few weeks
Henry C. Smith recalls. in Trafalgar week, how he served in one of Nelson's ships
Patricia Brent reports on the annual conference of the National
Council of Women and interviews one or two of the speakers
Gordon Gow reviews some current films
J. B. Priestley and Jacquetta Hawkes read extracts from their recently published volume of letters. ' Journey Down a Rainbow '
Programme Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
with the Silver Chords Choir and the Strings in Harmony
Introduced by Havard Gregory
Production by Mat Jones
Egon Larsen , London correspondent of Radio Munich, revisits the city of his birth after an absence of over twenty years
He describes the changes he finds, and tells of the traditional atmosphere, still an important part of life in the capital of Bavaria
Produced by Harold Rogers
"What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God" (Micah 6, v. 8)
The Rules of the Game
'Living Under God'
Last of four talks by the Rev. Robert Skillern, Religious Adviser to the National Association of Boys' Clubs, with Bible readings by Sir Basil Henriques, and other well-known friends of the Boys' Club movement.
Service from the Oxford and Bermondsey Boys' Club
For Service men and women stationed abroad and their families at home
Presented from London and Cologne by Marjorie Anderson and Dennis Scuse
Highlights from the sound-tracks of films worth remembering including:
' Naughty Marietta'
' Lady and the Tramp'
(Continued in next column)
' Lost Continent'
' French Can-Can'
Compiled and introduced by Gordon Gow
Produced by Trafford Whitelock
A weekly programme of records
Script by Godfrey Harrison
Psyche, the dog:
Alma Cogan , June Whitfield with Wallas Eaton , The Keynotes
with his Concert Orchestra and Shirley Abicair with the Sidney Bright Trio
Melodies fashioned in Farnon style and songs with a smile from radio's zither girl
Introduced by Bruce Wyndham
Produced by Edward Nash
and his Ballroom Orchestra playing in strict tempo
At East Mersea, Essex
Are you educated to be gentlemen? Are you governed by reason or by sentiment? Are you ... ?
Young people from many countries gathered together at the Essex Education Committee's seventh annual international camp put questions about the British to
Anona Winn , Rene Cutforth
Wynford Vaughan Thomas
In the chair, Jack Longland
A summary of events of the past week
Frankie Howerd introduces
The glamour of Shani Wallis
The vitality of The Tanner Sisters
The voice of Lee Young and the versatility of Ken Morris and Joan Savage
He apologises for Gladys Morgan and Billy Ternent
He presents that lovely singing star Joan Regan
and welcomes as his guest this week Dennis Price
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Announcer, Robin Boyle
Script by Johnny Speight, John Antrobus, Terry Nation and Dick Barry
Produced by Alastair Scott-Johnston
Community hymn-singing from Nelson Hall , H.M.S. Caledonia, Rosyth, by officers and men in ships and establishments at Rosyth, and from some ships of the Home Fleet. The singing is led by a choir drawn from these units
The hvmns are accompanied by the Band of the Apprentices of H.M.S. Caledonia
C. Rowlands , cm., R.N.
Lieut.-Commander V. Evans , R.N.
The broadcast is introduced by Rear Admiral P. Skelton , Admiral Superintendent, H.M. Dockyard. Rosyth
The Rev. C. Prior. R.N.,
Chaplain of H.M.S. Caledonia introduces the hymns
Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven
(Tune. Praise, my soul)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind
0 God, our help in ages past (Tune.
Lead us. heavenly Father, lead us
Thy hand. 0 God, hast guided (Tune.
Now thank we all our God (Tune,
The day thou gavest. Lord. is ended
(Tune, St. Clement)
Eternal Father, strong to save (Tune,
Jean Pougnet and the Palm Court Orchestra
This week's visiting artist:
(Continued in next column)
Christian opinion on some of the things we talk about
Speaker, Stanley Maxted
coming upon songs and melodies in the high-ways and by-ways of familiar music with the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Produced by John Browell
Bruce Trent introduces Starlight Serenade and presents friends old and new on gramophone records