From page 113 of , New Every Morning'
at the Organ of the Trocadero
Cinema, Elephant and Castle
John McCormack (tenor): Fairy
Tree (O'Brien). Love's Secret (Bantock). A Prayer to Our Lady (Ford). Is she not passing fair? (Elgar)
French for Fifth Forms
' Paris (Exposition Internationale,
E. M. STÉPHAN and CAMILLE VITRE
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Phyllis Graves (soprano)
Conductor, Arthur Tomlinson
Mona Cartwright (soprano)
Directed by John MacArthur
2.5 World History
© ' Akhenaton and Tutankhamen '
A dramatic interlude written by HUGH Ross WILLIAMSON
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Biology in the Service of Man © ' The Food of Plants '
H. MUNRO Fox , F.R.S.
3.0 Concerts for Schools
' The Violoncello'
Brian Lawrance , with Fred Hart ley and his Quintet: Sally Horner. Floral Dance (Moss). Phil the Fluter's Ball (French). Molly Bran-. nigan (arr. Hartley)
Ⓓ From the Point of View of a Mother
In the second of a new series of twelve talks, in which various people are to give their views on children, listeners are to hear the point of view of a mother of four boys, aged seven, five, three, and one-and-a-half years. She will talk about her dreams before the first was born, and of her realisation. They are happy and sturdy, with a hundred acres of farm to play in, even if they have to wear each other's clothes, and the new pram, 2s. 6d. second-hand, has a ' dangerous list to port'. She believes that children should be free. to play, work, and create their own magical life in the fairyland of childhood, but within certain limitations. She will give her views on discipline, training, and so forth, and speak of her ambitions for her boys.
from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
(St. Michael and All Angels)
Psalms cxlii, cxliii
Lesson, Daniel x, 4 to end Magnificat (Brewer in D)
Lesson, Matthew xiii, 24-30, 36-43 Nunc Dimittis (Brewer in D)
Anthem, Hymn of the Cherubim
Angels ever loving, we in secret moving Tell the story, sing the glory, Of the Blessed Trinity.
Father whose will be done, Spirit that e'er shall reign.
Jesus, mortal, immortal Son, that for our sins was slain,
We hail ye, Blessed Trinity. Amen.
Every living thing on earth,
Every star that sheds a beam,
Join in our hymn of holy mirth,
Share in our task of this supreme, As we sing for ever
Hallelujah unto the Blessed Trinity.
(English words by F. Corder , reprinted by permission of Laudy & Co.)
Hymn, Stars of the morning (A. and M.423)
with BE.TTY DREW and TEDDY PRINCE
including Weather Forecast
The Rt. Hon. W. S. Morrison , M.C., Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries introduced by W. S. Mansfield
The new Minister of Agriculture, formerly Financial Secretary to the Treasury, has been responsible for the inauguration of a new fertility campaign, whereby basic slag and lime are being subsidised to farmers in order to improve the general condition of the grassland of the country. Money spent judiciously on the improvement of pastures is a good investment for the farmers and the nation.
Tonight the Rt. Hon. W. S. Morrison will make a statement to farmers, and be introduced by W. S. Mansfield, manager of Cam-bridge University Farm, who is giving the present series of farming talks and is himself an exponent of grassland improvement.
Rt. Hon. W. S.
with Brian Lawrance
(All items arranged Fred Hartley )
by Yella Pessl
' Off to the Big Fight' a talk about boxing in the days of the prize ring
Captain Chris Towler
No one knows more about sport than Captain Chris Towler , editor of Sporting Life. He holds a position that is unique in the sporting world and has known everyone who matters in sport. He is going to talk about the ring and the stamina of boxers from the days when thousands crept out furtively to desolate moors and fields, to the other night when the world sat listening to the commentary on the Louis-Farr contest.
The Radiobiography of HUNTLEY WRIGHT
Fifty Years on the Stage!
The programme presented by Leslie Baily and Charles Brewer and Compered by the Playgoer with the support of Jose Collins
(returning from her retirement)
Betty Huntley Wright and a recording of Dame Marie Tempest The cast also includes
J. B. Rowe , Cyril Nash , Gladys Marloe , Macdonald Parke ,
The BBC Revue Chorus and the BBC Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
' Star-Gazing ' will be broadcast again in the Regional programme on Friday, at 9.35. An article on this series, by Leslie Baily , appears on page 10
with CAROLINE and HUGHIE DIAMOND
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
A programme specially devised for
Michaelmas by R. Ellis Roberts
With music specially written by Benjamin Britten
Production by Robin Whitworth with Robert Speaight
Singers Sophie Wyss
The BBC Chorus (Section B)
The BBC Orchestra (Section C)
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
From the Scriptures, from old authors, from poets of yesterday and today have been chosen a few of the passages in which they profess that behind the universe are Powers unseen, whose work is the adoration of God, and, at His bidding, the service of Man. To English people, their names, old in tradition, are known mainly from the Bible and from John Milton 's ' Paradise Lost '. This is the Festival of Archangels and Angels-from whom Man has learnt the song of Adoration.
See the article by R. Ellis Roberts , on page 17
a reading from Richard Jefferies '
'Wild England' by Geoffrey Tandy
from the Grand Hotel, Torquay