and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
(bass) on gramophone records
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
7.40 For Women : May Brown
At the pianos, Andrew Bryson and Barbara Laing.
Orchestral music of Rachmaninoff
R. W. Moore -
'Try something new : a meal in twenty minutes ', by Henry Kahn
Popular dance music and songs, on gramophone records
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
New every morning (A. and M. 4; S.P. 31, omitting w. 4 and 5; C.H. 259, vv. 2, 3, 4, 6, 8: Tune, Melcombe)
Prayers: The Prayer for Happiness; the Lord's Prayer
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (A. and M. 281 S.P. 555; C.H. 563: Tune, Mannheim)
Directed by Sidney Crooke
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd*
from page 5 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 22 of ' Each* Returning Day '. My God, how wonderful thou art Psalm 19, vv. 1-9 ; 0 God of truth
Sung by Annie Davies (soprano) and Harding Jenkins (baritone)
' Children who won't eat' : talk by Janet Dunbar
11.0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE. ' Pipers and Pipe Music', by C. A. Malcolm : the story of MacCrimmon, the famous piper of Skye, and his school for pipers
11.20 WHEN WE START WORK. 'Getting on in the world', by Edward Higgins
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORUMS. Unfinished discussion : 3 — ' Do examinations cramp our style ? ', Chairman, B. A. Howard , of the Addey and Stanhope. School, London
and his Orchestra, with Beryl Davis , Len Camber , Georgina, Derek Roy , Doreen Villiers , Johnny Green , the Singing Sweethearts, and Three Boys and a Girl
ENSA concert for war-workers from a factory canteen. Carroll Gibbons and his Band, with Edna Kaye. Guest artist, Evelyn Laye
Conducted by Julian Clifford. Iso Elinson (piano)
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. From North Africa through the Middle East to India. India : ' Life in a Busy Town-Madras', by J. M. Cowan
2.15 Interval music
2.20 I YSGOLION CYMRU. (For Welsh schools). ' Rhigwm a Chan ' : cyfres i blant dan naw mlwydd oed. 12-Stori : Dau Dderyn Du '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. English for everyday use. Book talk by Julia Goodey : ' Java Ho ! ', by John Fabricius
Band of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment : conductor, Mr. J. Thorpe
from Sedgley Park Training College, Manchester
Christus vincit (Worcester Antiphoner,
Address by Fr. Agnellus Andrew , O.F.M. 0 salutans (Plainsong, Mode 8)
Adoro te (Vatican Chant, Mode 5) . Tantum ergo (Mod* 1)
Ubi caritas (Antiphon Feria S)
Crown him with many crowns (W.H. 64 ;
New W.H. 98)
Conducted by Clarence Raybould. Alfred Hepworth (tenor)
Short story written for broadcasting by David N. Bungey of the R.A.F.,
-and read by the author.
Sgwrs gan Aelod Seneddol. (Talk in Welsh)
(Special announcements or topical talk in Welsh)
5.20 ' 'The Big Six', by Arthur Ransome , told by Mac. Part 7 — ' We Got to Emigrate '
5.40 ' Through a Chinese Moon Door': Chinese music and poetry, arranged by Reginald Redman
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
(All arrangements by Bernard Sheaff )
Part. 3 of a radio version, written by Henrik Ege , of the novel by D. L. Murray. Music composed' and selected by Mark H. Lubbock. Orchestra conducted by Percival Mackey. Produced by Reginald Smith
Characters in order of speaking
Part 4 will be broadcast on Friday next, April 9, at 6.55 p.m. Home Service
Series of talks on the relation of Christian worship to the problems of human society : 8-' Conclusions ', by John Hadham
Julian S. Huxley , F.R.S.
In summarising the views of the experts on what the science of biology can do in the service of man Dr. Huxley will show that while man has learnt to reshape external nature, he has not yet learnt to control his own nature. The evidence suggests that the discoveries of the scientist should be much more widely applied, and that the future task of the biologist lies in human and social research.
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel Brahms— Rubbra
A portrait of Sir John Suckling , poet and cavalier, 1609-1642. Written and produced by Douglas Cleverdon. Contemporary music arranged by Elizabeth Poston , and played by the Marjorie Hayward String Quartet and John Ticehurst (harpsichord)
Three generations speak their mind : Cicely Hamilton , Marguerite Bowie , Rosemary Menzies-Wilson
Twenty-six songs in thirty minutes-one for each letter of the alphabet-sung and played by the people who originally presented this feature in ' Monday Night at Eight ' — Paula Green , Maria Perilli , Clarence Wright , and Ken Beaumont , with Charles Smart at the novachord and the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Presented by Ronald Waldman.
Sidelight on detective fiction, with dramatised excerpts, presented by Ernest Dudley
Under the direction of Alfred Jupp From the Norfolk Hotel, Bournemouth
Sonata in F, Op. 24 played by Albert Sammons (violin) and Gerald Moore (piano)
Virginia Woolf: "Time Passes" from "To The Lighthouse".
played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves