Exercises for men: Coleman Smith
Exercises for women: May Brown.
Today's entries inclnde gramophone records of music by Corelli, Mozart. and Weinberger
'The Word of God to his People': readings from the Old Testament
followed by ' THE AMATEUR HANDYMAN'
W. P. Matthew talks to housewives
on gramophone records
Talk by R. M. C. Sanderson
Mixed choice of records. The high spot is Mendelssohn's ' Hear my prayer ' and ' 0 for the wings of a dove,' sung by the Choir of the Temple Church. Soloist, Ernest Lough
from page 21 of "New Every Morning" and page 48 of "Each Returning Day". The God of love my shepherd is; Psalm 34, vv. 1-10; Acts 23, vv. 1-10; Rejoice, O land
and his Orchestra, with Sally Douglas , Len Camber. Johnny Green , Alan Grant. Archie Lewis , and Three Boys and a Girl
SINGING TOGETHER: Herbert Wiseman
11.25 SPECIAL HEALTH WEEK. Series of five talks to Schools by ' The Radio Doctor.' Your Health and What You Can Do About It: 1—' The Right Attitude of Mind '
ENSA show for war-workers from a factory canteen, introduced by Bryan Michie. Carroll Gibbons and' his Orchestra. Guest artists. Raymond Newell and Jean Kennedy
Talk by Professor Thomas Bodkin. who believes that pageantry has a place in the modern world
Deep Water Jack; The Blue Peter; Sacramento: A Sea Burthen ; The Green Thicket; After Dark; Rathlin Head, sung by the BBC Singers: conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Songs from the play and film, sung by Gertrude Lawrence : gramophone programme introduced by B. M. Lytton-Edwards ,
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with George Gibbs (baritone)
Stanley Black and the Dance Orchestra
Symphony No. 8 played by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Artur Rodiinski
Passages from Doctor Johnson's ' The Vanity of Human Wishes,' and ' London,' chosen by Geoffrey Grigson. and read by Stephen Murray
Trafodaeth ar bynciau amaethyddol. (Discussion in Welsh)
' The Juvenile Songsters,' trained by Mavis Bennett , in a short choral concert
5.45 Rota - Mr. Churchill's Lion,' George Thomson , a former owner of the famous lion, tells his story
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
'Ourselves and France.' by V. S. Pritchett
and his Orchestra
Francis Poulenc (piano) and Pierre Bemae (tenor)
Talk on the future of civilisation by Bertrasd Russell.
with Jack and Eddy Eden; Elsie and Doris Waters ('Gert and Daisy'); 'With a Star and a Song'; Rawicz and Landauer; Richard Murdoch in 'Puzzle Corner'; Barbara Mullen in her own Irish fairy story; 'May We Introduce...?' (by arrangement with Leonard Urry): interviewer Ronald Waldman. The Singing Commeres, Revue Chorus, and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
Play written for broadcasting by Margaret Gore-Browne . Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster.
Other parts played by Ernest Sefton. Preston Lockwood. Gladys Spencer. Dermot Cathie. Shelagh Fraser. and William Trent
sung by Olive Groves
Record programme of French artists, including Albert Prejean, Josephine Baker, Pills et Tabet, Ray Ventura et ses Collegiens, and Jean Sablon.
Introduced by Lilian Duff
with his Orchestra, and artists