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.
Every morning this week gramophone records of his music will be heard at this time. Today: Incidental Music
Short morning prayers
' Making the Most of Hot Water '
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is the Finale from Haydn's Quartet, Op. 33, No.2, played by the Pro Arte Quartet
and his Versatile Five
Talk by Mrs. A. L. Dent on her life and adventures in many parts of the world
at the organ of the Granada, Tooting
from page 93 of "New Every Morning" and page 26 of "Each Returning Day". Give me the wings; Psalm 145, vv. 1-12; Jerusalem the Golden
Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman. Request programme
11.18 Interval music
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING : ' Plants for the Window-Sill', by C. F. Lawrance
11.40 FOR UNDER-SEVENS : Let's join in-a. story about " Little Half Chick'
12.0 THE MAKING AND CONTENT OF THE BIBLE. The life and teaching of Jesus Christ : ' The Sources of our Knowledge of Jesus Christ', by Professor Dodd
Conductor, Guy Warrack
followed by a recording of last night's postscript
Gramophone records of some of the musical plays produced there
Oh maiden, my maiden (Frederica: Lehar): Heddle Nash (tenor)
Pardon, madame (Viktoria and her Hussar: Graham and Abraham): Margaret Carlisle (soprano) and Harry Welchman (baritone)
She didn't say yes (The Cat and the Fiddle: Harbach and Kern): Peggy Wood (soprano)
Try to forget (The Cat and the Fiddle: Harbach and Kern): George Metaxa (tenor)
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (On Your Toes: Hart and Rodgers): Paul Whiteman's Concert Orchestra
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland). ' What happens when ... more land is ploughed up ? ', by George Scott -Moncrieff
2.1O Interval music'
2.15 STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. ' Mackenzie reaches the Pacific ', by -Margery Morris : a ' story of Alexander Mackenzie , the first white man to reach the Pacific by crossing the Rocky Mountains
2.35 Interval music
2.40 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES. ' FinM the Melody ' : illustrated talk by Reginald Jacques , D.Mus.
Frank Stewart and his Orchestra
These programmes bring before you month by month the changing facets of the rural scene. Countrymen and women are brought to the microphone to speak about their lives and work.
Conductor, Mr. Charles Nalden
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult. Gordon Bryan (piano)
Ymweliad ag un o'r clybiau cyntaf o'r fath yng Ngogledd Cymru. RhAglen dan ofal Myfanwy Howell. (Welsh programme. Recording)
'The Little Tent under the Gum-Tree' an Australian Bush tale, by John Ein, told by Mac.
'Music at Random', by Helen Henschel: 'Homage to Sir Walford Davies'
The Zoo Man
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
Alec Robertson and Signalman J. Field talk about some of Schubert's songs and piano pieces. These include Litany, The Erl King, and Impatience, some of the Moments musicaux, Impromptus, and two Waltzes. '-Singer, Robert Irwin. Pianist, John Wills
by Wilkie Collins , adapted by Audrey Lucas. Produced by Howard Rose.
What must we give to get it?
5—'Will the War Make Us Poorer ? ' : talk by Professor A. C. Pigou , Professor of Political Economy, King's College, Cambridge
with Harley and Barker; 'Crime Chasers, Ltd.', featuring Jane Grahame and Vernon Harris, written by Ernest Dudley; 'Many Happy Returns of the Day', musical birthday greeting; Joyce Grenfell; 'Puzzle Corner'; 'Our Lodger', featuring Cyril Fletcher and Betty Astell, written by Dick Pepper; 'Take The Stand': Mr. Justice Frederick Burtwell cross-examines Raymond Newell, Arthur Askey, and other famous artists in the 'People v. Boredom' case. Presented by Leonard Urry. Singing Commeres, the Bachelor Girls. Revue Chorus and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
No. 10—' Twelfth Night' : recorded scenes from Shakespeare's comedy, as presented on the stage of the Theatre Royal, Bristol, by a C.E.M.A. company now playing, under the direction of Walter Hudd , in Royal Ordnance and munition workers' hostels
Wendy Hiller plays Viola,
Walter Hudd plays Malvolio, Patricia Laffan plays Olivia. Radio adaptation and production by Mary Hope Allen
Conducted by Julius Harrison. Marjorie Blackburn (piano)
"Contemporaries": Poems by Ruth Pitler, spoken by Joan Murray Simpson
played by Julius Isserlis (piano)
and her Girls Band