and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of Brian Lawrance , the Popular Australian vocalist and band-leader
Exercises for men
7.40 Exercises for women
A thought for today
R W. Moore, Headmaster of Bristol Grammar School
Some details of today's programmes
A talk about what to eat and how to cook it, by Freddie Grisewood
A review of May records by Leslie Perowne and his gramophone
William Moore describes how Ulster was attacked during the Seven Years
War by a French commander and how the people defended themselves against invasion
Easy, breezy tunes on gramophone records
News commentary and interlude
from p. 69 of ' New Every Morning' and p 30 of ' Each Returning Day
played by Charles Smart at the theatre organ
11.0 The music shop
Planned by John Horton
Some famous waltz tunes
11.20 Intermediate French by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Madeleine Pommier
' Le renard et la cigogne' ; Scene dramatique d'apres la fable de La
Organising a new cattle industry in the North-West
A programme of gramophone records presented by M. D. Calvocoressi
A five-minute talk to the women behind the fighting line
Frederick Grinke (violin)
David Martin (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola)
Florence Hooton (cello) and Harriet Cohen (piano)
2.0 Nature study
Putting questions to Nature: ' Can sea-shore animals change colour ? '
H. O. Bull
2.15 Interval music
2.20 Physical training
(for use in classrooms) by Edith Dowling
2.35 Interval music
2.40 British history
'Fisherman's doctor': the story of Grenfell of Labrador by C. Denley Clark
played by The Grimethorpe Colliery Band
Conductor, W. Foster
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Janet Smith-Miller (contralto)
Haydn wrote twelve symphonies in all for Salomon, the impresario who brought him to London-six on the first visit in 1791 and six on the second in 1794. They are acknowledged to be the finest of all Haydn's
[Home Service continued overleaf hundred odd symphonies, and it is pleasant to reflect that London's hospitality was the occasion of Haydn's surpassing himself.
For some unknown reason, the No. 104 in D, the second of the Salomon symphonies, is known as the ' London ' Symphony. It represents Haydn at his greatest as a symphonist, and it may well be compared, with most of the others of this series, with the best symphonies of Mozart.
by A. S. Court
A May Day frolic with The Scottish Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ronnie Munro
Presented by Tom Dawson
(News and announcements in Welsh)
' Come to Cornwall'
A flying visit round the Duchy, conducted by Jack Collins
' followed by National and Regional announcements
' The meat position '. by George Gibbard-
No one knows more about this urgent problem, both from the practical and from the political points of view, than Mr. George Gibbard. He was one' of the most popular Chairmen of the National Farmers' Union of recent years and is known to farmers in every county.
Fourth edition: All brand new with Kenway and Young, Reginald Purdell , Hugh Morton , Ian Sadler , Helen Clare , Clarence Wright , BBC Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Sketches written by Eric Barker and Douglas Young
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont.
Chairman, Lionel Gamlin
' A bike and a bob a night'
A bicycling expert and a Youth Hostel fan come to talk about plans for days off
A radio biography written and produced by Denis Johnston with Frank Cellier as Lord Palmerston
To have been a contemporary of both Napoleon and Abraham Lincoln seems almost impossible, yet by a rough generalisation the span of years between Trafalgar and Gettysburg was the term of office of Lord Palmerston. This light-hearted Irish peer, who lived from 1784 to 1865, played the game of ' high policy' in Europe through the long peace of the mid-nineteenth century and bequeathed as his legacy to the Foreign Office the phrase ' Civis Britannicus sum '.
Air Commodore R. V. Goddard,
Schumann's Kreisleriana (Op. 16)
' Johannes Kreisler Kapellmeister ' was a fictitious figure created in 1814 by the German romantic novelist E. T. A. Hoffmann (himself a composer of some merit), in a story called ' Kreisleriana ' and afterwards used by him as a mouthpiece for his musical criticisms. Kreisler, a grotesque figure, half genius, half lunatic, was a sort of exaggerated personification of the German romantic view of music during the first half of the last century, and was, to many German musicians of the period, the fantastic embodiment of a high ideal.
These pieces of Schumann's, written about 1839, aptly suggest
Kreisler's dreams and fancies, his wild rhapsodies, and his bitter epigrams.
An" address by the Rt. Rev. the Lord
Bishop of Manchester
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
at the theatre organ
Selection: For the Forces
When he was six years old Donald Thorne joined the choir of St. Mark's Church, Clerkenwell, and soon knew .all the hymn tunes by heart. At the age of fourteen he was appointed organist. Since he first won .his spurs in the West End of London he has been responsible for arranging many of the big hit-numbers for such famous dance-band leaders as JackHylton, Henry Hall , Jack Payne , Debroy Somers , and Carroll Gibbons.