from page 109 of 'New Every Morning'
Joan Lennard (contralto)
Nicholas Harrison (baritone)
French for Sixth Forms
Quelques romanciers modernes
by The Radio Orchestra
Conductor, H. Hofmann
Soloist, Peter Willi (tenor) from Zurich
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
1 A story of New Zealand *
This broadcast, part of which is in dramatic form, and part narration, will tell something of the troubled story of the Maoris of New Zealand and their association with the white man.
"Evolution: Charles Darwin" - H. Munro Fox, F.R.S.
A programme of tunes, old and new arranged by James Moody
The Singers :
The Players :
A section of the BBC Northern
Directed by David Curry with George Beggs (baritone)
A gramophone programme compiled by Ronald J. Hayman
from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms lxxiii and lxxiv
Lesson, I Samuel xvii, 1-30 Magnificat (Stanford in G) Lesson, St. Luke iv, 1-30
Nunc Dimittis (Stanford in G)
Anthem, From all that dwell
Hymn, God moves in a mysterious way (A. and M. 373)
including Weather Forecast
A fortnightly programme of current events in the world of science, including Dr. W. H. Steavenson's
' Guide to the Stars this Month '
(A recording of this programme will be broadcast on Saturday: Regional,
' A Mixed Lot of Markets'
The 'mixed lot of markets' that Alan Ivimey will talk about this evening include the rubber market (the Rubber Trades Association at Plantation House), the Coal Exchange, the Wool Exchange, and the Metal Exchange which deals with the four leading base metals.
Big Bill Campbell in his Western scena with Gerry Fitzgerald
Jack Trafford and Bill Campbell 's Rangers and the thrilling Western serial
' Rusty Six-Gun Rides the Range'
Episode Five: 'Indian Joe gets a Clue'
Written by Big Bill Campbell and Anthony Hall. Musical arrangements by William Herbert. Production by F. H. C. Piffard
Big Bill Campbell's new western scena has already established itself as a prime favourite with listeners. In particular these broadcasts have been instrumental in bringing to the microphone a number of new voices.
Fourteen-year-old Violet Pells proved herself a real find when she made her first microphone appearance. Clive Erard , music writer and vocalist, never dreamed that he had acting ability until Big Bill gave him the part of the Chinese Wong. Another new radio artist in the show it Pat Williams , who plays the part of old Pat Higgins. Williams is an old character actor of many years' stage experience. Robert ' Rusty Six-Gun ' Beatty, a young Canadian actor, has proved himself on British radio in his first broadcast contract over here.
F H. Grisewood brings to the microphone people in the news, people talking about the news, interesting visitors to England and Lord Elton in his weekly talk ' Since last
An Entertainment Circuit including
' Rhythm Spot'
Alan Holmes Swing Sextet from Edinburgh
' Mr. Walker Wants to Meet You '
This week, London
' The Ballad Monger
Bringing you songs old and new
Presentation by Gordon Crier , from Birmingham
' To be Continued. '
The listeners' own serial thri!ler
Devised by Gale Pedrick
Edited by Max Kester
Listen tonight and send your suggestion for next week's instalment on a postcard. The writer of the one used will receive one guinea
The characters are
Sally Seldom , air hostess ; Christopher Cripps, newsreel cameraman ; Hildebrand Hurst , world-famous tenor ; John Newbold , north-country business man ; and the Lady in Grey.
' Double or Quit '
Harry Engleman and Jack Wilson on two pianos from Midland
'Please, Mr. Æsop !'
Fables retold in words and music by Henry Reed
7—'King Stork and King Log'
Produced by Martyn Webster from the North
Welsh Student Songs
The Lyrian Singers from Cardiff
Compere, Lionel Gamlin
Presented by Francis Worsley
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The I.N.R. Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Desire Defauw
Helene Pignari (pianoforte)
in the courtyard of Wawel Castle by Henri Sztompka from Cracow
Preludes, Op. 28
No. 1, in C. No. 2, in A minor. No. 3, in G. No. 6, in B minor. No. 8, in F sharp minor. No. 17, in A flat. No. 7, in A. No. 5, in D
Study in A flat, Op. 25, No. 1 Study in G flat, Op. 10, No. 5
Scherzo in B flat minor, Op. 31
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
from the Astoria Dance Salon
Gerhard Hiisch (baritone)
An die feme Geliebte (To the distant beloved), and Ich denke dein (I think of you) (Beethoven)
including Weather Forecast