Down with that dustpan!
Put away that ledger!
Come and have a posset with Tony Melrose and his gramophone records
This week : A Cab Shelter
Directed by Jack Hardy
(Little Orchestrations by Jack Hardy )
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
by La Chanson valaisanne Ensemble
Conductor, Georges Haenni
Monna Haenni (soprano) Franck Guibat (baritone)
Georges Desarzeens (violin)
A. Benda (alto) from Lausanne
A serial version for broadcasting of Crosby Garstin 's trilogy 'The Penhales'
Read by Geoffrey Tandy
Ortho Penhale was not slow in following up his services to the woman he rescued in the coach on the Penzance road. He made several visits to Penzance, and discovered that his 'China Shepherdess' (as he called her) was the daughter of a wealthy shipowner in Bristol by the name of Barradale. Already he has met her twice, and in this instalment the romance goes much further.
O! Moscow Chytarma
Rumanian Folk Songs
Enough Sadness and Tears Hungarian Folk Songs
(All the above items, which are traditional, have been arranged by Yascha Krein )
in Jazz, in Dance Music, in Film Music, in Popular Songs, and Light Music
A fortnightly review of gramophone records by Leslie Perowne
The story of a week-end out of doors
Where have they been this week-end ?
What have they done? Members of the Club--cyclists, campers, hikers, anglers-meet in North Shropshire to tell you
In the chair, Bill Oakley
(A recording of the broadcast in the Midland programme on Sunday)
Leader, Kenneth Cayzer
Conductor, Michael Collins from the Spa, Whitby
at the Organ of the Granada,
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 six—' The Killer's Gun
Written by Big Bill Campbell and Anthony Hall. Musical arrangements by William Herbert. Production by F. H. C. Piffard
(To be broadcast again on Thursday
F. H. C.
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
A programme of dance tunes, old and new
Arranged by James Moody
George Allsopp (guitar)
Frank Hughes (bass)
James Moody (piano)
including Weather Forecast
' Some New Novels'
by Charles Kelly
St. Columba St. Aidan The coming of the Christian faith to
Ireland, Scotland, and the North in three dramatic interludes by D. G. Bridson
Produced in Belfast, Glasgow, and Newcastle by James Mageean , Gordon Gildard , and Cecil McGivern -Directed from Manchester by D. G. Bridson
There are few more stirring or romantic episodes in the history of Britain than the coming of Christianity to these islands, and the figures of the three saints who brought it stand as monuments of patience, perseverance, and endurance.
In the three dramatic interludes of this big programme you will hear first about the life of Saint Patrick in Ireland, secondly about how Saint Columba crossed to the little island of Iona and settled there with his followers, and, thirdly, how Saint Aidan set out from Iona, came to Northumbria, and began from there to Christianise England. These episodes will be rather on the lines of Laurence Housman 's
' Little Plays of St. Francis '. All three interludes will be linked by descriptive and evocative narration.
England v. Australia
A commentary on the final heats by Stewart MacPherson from Wimbledon Stadium
including Weather Forecast
with Nona Daymond , Svd Griffiths ,
Reg Mitchell , Bert Brock from the Grand Hotel, Torquay