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TIME AND TUNE. by Doris Gould
11.20 THE world OF WORK. Craftsmen talk about some unusual jobs. Programme compiled by John Allen.
11.40 TALKS for SIXTH FORMS. ' The Composer's Workshop': Antony Hopkins talks about Schumann's ' Carnaval and its enigmatic origin

Contributors

Unknown:
Doris Gould
Unknown:
John Allen.
Talks:
Antony Hopkins

from a canteen in Richmond, Surrey with The Stargazers, Gloria Alton, Monte Rey, Alfred Marks.
James Moody at the piano.
Harold Smart at the organ.

Contributors

Singer:
Gloria Alton
Musicians:
The Stargazers
Singer:
Monte Rey
Comedian:
Alfred Marks
Pianist:
James Moody
Organist:
Harold Smart
Presented By:
John Ellison

TRAVEL TALKS. The story of a logging camp in British Columbia. Written by E. G. Perrault of the University of British Columbia.
2.20 LOOKING AT things. ' Furnishing an Airliner,' by Hulme Chadwick
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH i. A True Tale of the Wilds. 'Robin ': a story from . Man-Eaters of Kumaon ' by Jim Corbett

Contributors

Written By:
E. G. Perrault
Unknown:
Hulme Chadwick
Unknown:
Jim Corbett

Regional Variations (2)

Children's Hour: serial play. ' The Flying Spray.' 6-' How it all Ends ';* gramophone records; story.

BBC Home Service West

' Sigurd the Strong One '
A Viking play in five parts
Written by Max Kester with music by Max Saunders
4—' Sigurd Reads the Riddle'
Singer, John Hauxvell
Harp played by Marie Goossens
Production by Josephine Plummer followed by 'Evening Drive': a talk by Patricia Jarvis , read by Elizabeth

Contributors

Written By:
Max Kester
Music By:
Max Saunders
Singer:
John Hauxvell
Played By:
Marie Goossens
Production By:
Josephine Plummer
Talk By:
Patricia Jarvis
Sigurd:
John Clarke-Smith
Gudrid his wife::
Rosemary Davis
Thorstan Gunnarsson:
Anthony Jacobs
The Wisewoman:
Mary O'Farrell
Eric Red', the Viking explorer:
Francis de Wolff
Wilf:
Wilfred Babbage
Ulf:
Charles Leno
Skrog, a villainous serf:
Stephen Jack
Minstrel:
René Soames
Narrator:
Richard Bebb

Regional Variations (3)

Gwasanaeth Hwyrol.

BBC Home Service Welsh

Sunday Out: a day's excur- sion to Broadland, with John May. Roy McCarthy, Edward Ellis, and Edward Chamberlain.

BBC Home Service Midland

An all-time hit parade sung by Bruce Trent , Louise Traill
Johnny Webb and the Ray Ellington Quartet
Augmented Dance Orchestra Conducted by Stanley Black
Introduced by Bruce Trent
Producer, Jimmy Grant

Contributors

Sung By:
Bruce Trent
Sung By:
Louise Traill
Unknown:
Johnny Webb
Conducted By:
Stanley Black
Introduced By:
Bruce Trent
Unknown:
Jimmy Grant

Regional Variations (3)

Sporting Preview

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

The Week in the West: regional radio magazine. On the spot recordings, eye-witness reports, interviews and interest features.

BBC Home Service West

The Reflections of a Lunatic : a talk by John Custance
The speaker is the author of ' Wisdom, Madness, and Folly,' a recently published philosophical work which he wrote while in a mental hospital.

Contributors

Talk By:
John Custance

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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