The Spa Orchestra
-Directed by Tom Jenkins
Roland Peachey (guitar)
Dudley Perkins considers some resolutions for the New Year suggested by mistakes that listeners tell him they have made
The Sunday Supplement to "Woman's Hour".
Some Women of the Past Year.
Arthur Marshall gives his point of view on conversations with strangers.
Janet Teissier du Cros compares the French and English attitude to women.
Do you believe in ghosts?: Pamela Frankau, Nancy Spain, Nancy Price, and others tell why they do.
Clinic for Old Clothes: Alice Hooper Beck prescribes the treatment for coats.
Geraldine McEwan as Sarah Darnley in "The Big City: Episode 6: Home for the Holiday", a new radio serial by Marjorie Riddell.
Programme introduced by Marjorie Anderson.
(Geraldine McEwan is in "Summertime" at the Apollo Theatre, London)
Janet Teissier du
Author (The Big City):
Contrasting music for the accordion played by Gerald Young and the Martin Lukins Quartet
with The Silver Chords Choir and The Strings in Harmony
Presented by John Darran
Musical arrangements and production by Mai Jones
Wilfred Pickles in visits Camden Town with Mabel at 'the table' and Harry Hudson at the piano
Thou hast placed him. only a little below the angels, crowning him with glory and honour
(Psalm 8. v. 6)
The Story of Man
1-'Made in God's Image '
Service from the Roman Catholic Church of St. Cuthbert, Wig-ton, Cumberland. Conducted by the Very Rev. Canon Matthew McNarney
Rev. Canon Matthew
For Service men and women stationed abroad and their families at home
Presented from London and Cologne by Jean Metcalfe and Dennis Scuse
The Boys with the Laughs
The Man of Many Voices
The Singer of Sweet Songs
Doreen Stephens and ' Mr. Wakey Wakey '
with Beryl Reid , Ken Platt
Graham Stark , Ronald Chesney
Peter Hawkins , The Coronets
The Dennis Wilson Quartet
Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon in 9-'Happy New Year' with Barbara Lyon , Richard Lyon
Horace Percival , Doris Rogers Molly Weir , Richard Bellaers
Dick Bentley , Jimmy Edward * in Alma Cogan , June Whitfield and Wallas Eaton with The Keynotes
Frank Muir and Denis Norden
Produced by Charles Maxwell
(Wallas Eaton is in ' The Water Gipstes ' at the Winter Garden Theatre, London)
Peter Yorke in with his Concert Orchestra
Ronnie Hilton and The Johnston Brothers
A programme of melodies for everyone. designed to suit the mood of a Sunday afternoon by the fireside
Introduced by Neil Landor
Produced by Neil Sutherland
and his Ballroom Orchestra playing in strict tempo
The younger generation is asked to explain itself before an audience of the older generation
Prominent citizens of Edinburgh: including:
The Chief Constable, Lothians and Peebles
The Minister of St. Giles' Cathedral
The manager of a big dance hail and Sir Compton Mackenzie confront a team of Under-Twenties:
(telephonist from Ayrshire)
(railway apprentice from Derby)
(National Serviceman from London)
(schoolgirl from Yorkshire) and ask them why they act, speak, and think as they do
Afterwards the visitors get their own back on an adult team
In the chair, Noel Stevenson
A summary of events of the past week
Frankie Howerd introduces
The Tanner Sisters
Ken Morris and Joan Savage Gladys Morgan , Billy Ternent and Max Wall
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Announcer. Robin Boyle
Script by Johnny Speight. John Antrobus Terry Nation, and Dick Barry
Produced by Alastair Scott-Johnston
(Frankie Howerd is appearing in 'Charley's Aunt at the Globe Theatre, London; Max Wall rn 'The Pajama Game ' at the London Coliseum)
Community hymn-singing by the Christian choirs and congregations of Walsall and district, from the Town Hall, Walsall
Hymns introduced by: The Rev. R. D. M. Hughes (Anglican)
The Rev. W. H. Lake (Methodist)
The Rev. L. J. Cooper (Baptist)
Major 0. G. Foster (Salvation Army)
\ Conductor, Edgar Morgan
Organist, Horace Davis
As with gladness (Tune, Dix)
Brightest and best (Tune. Epiphany
In heavenly love abiding (Tune,
0 boundless salvation (Tune, My
Jesus, I love)
0 God of Bethel (Tune, Martyrdom) 0 thou who earnest from above (Tune,
The Lord my pasture shall prepare
What a friend we have in Jesus
Tune, What a friend)
Rev. R. D. M.
Rev. W. H.
Rev. L. J.
Jean Pougnet and the Palm Court Orchestra
This week's visiting artist:
Musician, Missionary, Physician and an Honorary Member of the Order of Merit)
1-' Between Two Worlds'
The story of Schweitzer's life, told in extracts from his writings selected and arranged by Ormerod Greenwood
Linking commentary spoken by Rex Palmer
Reader, John Glen
A monthly programme reflecting life in the country
Introduced by David Lloyd James and Eric Simms
Produced by Arthur Phillips
John Hauxvell wanders 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