from page 69 of ' New Every Morning'
Ⓓ 'Accidents and Emergencies '—2 A conversation between a Mother and- a Doctor
Music and Movement for
11.20 Ⓓ Interval Music
11.30 Music and Movement Ⓓ for Infants
by Cyril J. Ball from St. Woolos Cathedral, Newport,
Talks by visitors from the dominions and colonies
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Birmingham Philharmonic
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conducted by W. K. Stanton
'The River Ganges'
Ⓓ 'Zigeunerlieder', Op. 103
(Brahms) recorded by The New York Madrigal Singers
(g. Junior English
Story: A True Story-'Jean Jupille , the Brave Shepherd Boy' arranged by JEAN SUTCLIFFE
3.5 Interval Music
3.10 Topical Talks and Feature
' Hark What's that ? '
(an illustrated talk on Sounds in Everyday Life)
3.30 Interval Music
3.35 Talks for Sixth Forms
Ⓓ Notable Women-2
' Florence Nightingale '
A gramophone programme presented by Eric Gillett
by Bertram A. Young
The scene takes place in the flat of Tony and Helen
Production by Howard Rose
Heddle Nash (tenor)
II mio tesoro (To my Beloved) (Don Giovanni)...Mozart
Waft her Angels (Jephtha)...Handel
Serenade (The Fair Maid of Perth)...Bizet
The Dream Song (Manon)...Massenet
La Danza (Tarantella)...Rossini
Los marimberos (The marimba players) ...... Bochmann
Un giorno ti diro (One day I'll tell you) ...... Kramer
Carinthian Waltz ...... Hruby
Lolita ...... Peccia
Lullaby ...... Dann, arr. Ben Berlin
Mayari ...... Orefiche
March, Tampico ...... Smith
A Garden in Granada ...... Lewis, arr. Ben Berlin
Sardana, Juny ...... Garreta, arr. Ben Berlin
Jota ...... Collins, arr. Ben Berlin
including Weather Forecast
A serial play in ten episodes by J. Jefferson Farjeon
In which Ben tries once again to escape from the empty house and finds that there is yet another mysterious stranger on the premises
Leon M. Lion as ' Ben '
Other characters in order of speaking
Produced by Leslie Stokes
Ireland (by Permission Of Godfrey Tearle)
Jardine (by Permission Of Stephen Mitchell)
Fred Marshall , M.P.
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Dorothy Hildreth (pianoforte) 7.11 DOROTHY HILDRETH AND ORCHESTRA7.46 ORCHESTRA
Written and arranged by Mungo Dewar
Come and join the ' Funny Men' aboard H.M.S. St. George, not forgetting Shorty, Lofty, Pincher, Nobby, the Sergeant, and the Ship's
The cast includes
Sidney Burchall , Fred Gibson , John Rorke , Harry Hudson , Tommy Brandon , Steam Scott, John Duncan , Claude Pilgrim , Bob Campbell , Reginald Mitchell , Phil Green , Ronnie Wild , Styx Gibling , Vine, More, and Nevard, and Pincher's
The BBC Male Voice Chorus and The BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Chorus arrangements by Doris Arnold
Orchestrations by Wally Wallond
Produced by ' The Old Salt',
Harry S. Pepper
' Eight Bells' will be broadcast again tomorrow (Regional, 4.0)
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The story, in recorded sound, of the arrival in England of refugee children from Germany and of their life in camp near Harwich.
The van visited the refugee camp near Harwich during the cold spell before Christmas. Recording officials worked under great difficulties as the extreme cold froze the records, and when an electric radiator was fitted in the van a hum was produced and the radiator had to be disconnected when a record was actually being made.
Material, however, was successfully collected and will be presented tonight without any links in the way of comperes or commentators. The records are, in fact, going to speak for themselves, presenting a picture of these child fugitives, of the lives they have left, their impressions of England, their plans for the future.
An interlude in one act from the French by Enrico Golisciani. The English version by Claud Aveling.
Music by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari
Noel Eadie (soprano)
Harold Williams (baritone)
Alfred Butler (narrator)
The BBC Midland Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Leslie Heward
The action of this charming little jeu d'esprit takes place in the villa of a Piedmontese nobleman, Count Gil, about the middle of last century. Count Gil enters his wife's boudoir and is assailed by the faint aroma of tobacco. His suspicions are immediately aroused and he gives vent to his anger and jealousy-such is the feeling of the time towards any hint of a wife's departure from the strict code of morals. Eventually it appears that Susanna has not been receiving a male visitor, but has merely been indulging in cigarette smoking. Her secret is discovered-a weakness for smoking-but she is forgiven, and the curtain goes down on husband and wife smoking their cigarettes together.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
from the Dorchester Hotel