Recent recordings of popular hits
A thought for today
Morning physical exercises for women
A weekly guide to the foods that are cheapest and best at the moment, by a hotel manager
Recordings of two favourite Parisian artists
broadcasts (in English) a message to New Zealand in connection with the Eucharistic Congress at Wellington
From the Vatican City
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan
from page 45 of ' New Every Morning'
11.0 Music for Every Day (Ages 9-15)
Music as a Language: How Music makes Sense. Ronald Biggs
11.25 English for Under-Nines (Ages 7-9)
Ten-minute tales by Rhoda Power — Two Fables by Aisop
11.40 Senior Geography (Ages 11-15)
Russia and her Neighbours: Down the Volga to the Caspian
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie. Conductor, Ian Whyte
A Personal Miscellany
My home, my money, my children, my work, my pleasures, my husband, myself
This is the thirteenth number of a miscellany in which women and men will talk to women particularly about things interesting to themselves
from the Chiswick Empire, London
A programme of listeners' requests arranged and presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
2.0 Nature Study (Ages 9-12)
A Country Walk: Eric Parker
2.20 Physical Training (Ages 9-12) (for use in classrooms)
2.40 British History (Ages 11-15)
' Britain Finds Herself '
Roger Williams : A pioneer for religious liberty
The ' Daily Mail' Tournament
Fred Davis v. Walter Donaldson
A commentary during the afternoon session, by Joe Davis from Thurston's Hall, London
by Joan Boulter (pianoforte)
1 In F sharp minor, Op. 6, No. 1. 2 In A minor, Op... posth.
Prelude in F sharp, Op 28, No. 13 Waltz in E minor, Op. Posth. Barcarolle, Op. 60
(by permission of Colonel E. W. S. Bolfour, D.S.O., O.B.B., M.C., Lieut.-Col. commanding Scots Guards)
Conducted by Lieut. S. Rhodes , Director of Music, Scots Guards
' The Clothes Front': Alison Settle
' For men must work ..."
A knitting party with music and songs, perhaps a bit of gossip, and who knows what else, for among those invited are:
Pat Kirkwood , Doris Gambell , Muriel Levy , Edith Roscoe ,
Violet Carson , and the Three Semis
' Aboard the Bulger'
A story by Ann Scott Moncrieff , told by James McKechnie
Part 4—' The Enchanted Island '
You have heard how Hannah and The Whelk and Pud and Plag with Edgar as their leader escaped from the Higgensbotham Home, and after various adventures learned how to navigate that most unusual ship S.S. Bulger. Voyaging over the high seas they approached at last the islands of Borg. In this instalment you will hear how they discovered that one of these islands was under an evil spell-a Phantom Isle which appeared and disappeared in a mysterious fashion.
Kathleen and Howard will sing folk songs and Jan Wien will play the zither-banjo
3-The Gramophone and You: Alec Robertson
Sugar Beet in 1940 by F. Rayns and S. 0. Ratcliffe
with Peter Bernard , the famous pioneer of ragtime, in reminiscent vein linked by James Dyrenforth and Joe Hayman
The BBC Revue Chorus, the BBC Variety Orchestra
Produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
A song cycle sung by Keith Falkner (baritone)
Poems by Tennyson
1 I hate the dreadful hollow. 2 A voice by the sea. 3 She came to the village church. 4 0, let the solid ground. 5 Birds in the high Hall garden. 6 Maud has a garden of roses. 7 Go not, happy day. 8 I have led her home. 9 Come into the garden, Maud. 10 The fault is mine. 11 Dead, long dead. 12 Oh, that 't were possible! 13 My life has crept along
A tribute to the tradition of the British Army
Compiled for broadcasting by Val Gielgud
Produced by Moray McLaren
A ' visit' to two factories ' somewhere in the Midlands'
Major-General Sir Ernest Swinton , K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O.
(Section B) leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Cyril Smith (pianoforte)
Address by the Rev. W. H. Elliott
from the Grand Hotel, Torquay
Listen to: Mr. Flotsam and Mr. Jetsam, Eric Barker (Prince of Satirists), Clifford and Marion (' designed for humour') and dance to : Harry Evans and his Dance Band
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Tranquil tunes played by The Chalumeau Ensemble with Diana Clare
(by permission of the Savoy Hold, Ltd.) with Phyllis Robins , Cyril Grantham , George Evans , Bill Tringham , and the Top Hatters from the Savoy Hotel, London