and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Exercises- for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Andrew Bryson
Gramophone records of his Concertos
A thought for today: Arnold Williams
' Freddy Grisewood Speaking '
from a selection of records
and his Orchestra
at the organ of the Granada, Welling
from page 41 of "New Every Morning" and page 20 of "Each Returning Day". Love divine, all loves excelling; Psalm 103, vv. 1-13; The Church's one foundation
Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra
11.0 RHYTHM AND MELODY, by Percy Young , D.Mus. : ' Grouping of Beats '
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. New developments in the British Empire : ' A Dry Land Bears Fruit'
11.40 ENGLISH FOR UNDER-NINES. Three poems, then ' A Caterpillar in a Hurry ', by Maud Morin , arranged as an action story
and her Girls Band
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
Records of John Churchill 's compositions
Topical magazine programme
2.0 NATURE STUDY. What Animals Hear ', by Philip Eggleton
2.15 i YSGOLlON CYMRU. (For Welsh schools.) ' Hanes Cymru ' : cyfres i blant tua 12 oed. 6— ' Hywel Dda ', gan Frank Price Jones
2.35 SENIOR HISTORY II. The changing world. ' Finding the Way : How Columbus Sailed', by Philip Brown
Reg. Pursglove and his Orchestra
Conducted by Michael Krein
Charles Smart, at the novachord, and Harold Stuteley , at the piano, combine to give some new versions of old favourites. Presented by Jimmy Dyrenforth
Talk by Roy Saunders
Violin Sonata in G, Op. 96 played by Frederick Grinke (violin) and Kendall Taylor (piano)
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r llyfr ' Bob Bore o Newydd'
' The Gingham Umbrella' : children's radio concert party, with Raymond Rawson (xylophone), Geoffrey Thomas (piano), Pat Skinner (singer), Joyce Cooke (bones and bells), Arthur Bentley (impressions), Bram Gay (comet), Marion Rice (singer), and Betty Pierson (piano and accordion)
followed by National and Regional announcements
' Home Experiments in Education '
"Talk by A. P. Boissier , Director of Public Relations at the Ministry of Fuel and Power
' Cattle at the Cross-Roads' : second of an important series of discussions on cattle breeding. W. S. Mansfield discusses the question ' How shall we get them ? ' with Mrs. Gerald Strutt , a past President of the British Friesian Cattle Society, who with her husband manages the famous Terling herd, and Flying Officer J. Henderson , R.C.A.F., at present seconded to the Cambridge
.School of Agriculture
Another possible thrilling adventure in Paris under the present regime, written by Cyril Campion. Produced by Jacques Brown
'Youth states the case for better provision for sport and proper holidays'. Under-twenties from different parts of the country, representing various youth organisations, discuss what they want for the future with Lieutenant Commander J. Gurney Braithwaite, R.N.V.R., M.P. for Holderness. In the chair, Douglas Allan
played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra : conductor. Sir Adrian Boult
Weekly half-hour of mystery-and suspense, written by John Dickson Carr, and produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster.
With Harry Welchman and Richard Williams
Address by the Rev. W. Manson of Dublin Street Baptist Church, Edinburgh
Anthology of Czechoslovak poetry in English translation, compiled by Viktor Fischl.
sung by Oda Slobodskaya (soprano) The Muse ; The Singer ; The Waltz ; To a Dreamer ; The Raven ; I loved thee well ; Waggon of Life
and his Orchestra, playing from Grosvenor House, London, at the United Nations Ball for the 'Aid to China ' Fund