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RHYTHM AND MELODY, by Gladys Whit red
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Life and Work in Australasia. ' The Northern Territory of Australia.' Script by Elizabeth Webb.
11.40 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN. Dr. Baumann hat Geburtstag. Manuskript von Hilde Maria Kraus
Rechtsanwalt Dr. Baumann feiert Geburtstag in seiner neuen Wohnung. Seine Frau und seine Kinder, die Zwillinge Eva und Walter, iiberraschen ihn mit Gesahenken. Aber nicht alles ist angehehm, was iiberraschit.

Contributors

Unknown:
Gladys Whit
Script By:
Elizabeth Webb.

from a factory canteen in Eastleigh, Hampshire
with Charlie Chester, David Hurst, Barbara Sumner, The Ivor Raymonde Six
Presented by Richard David
(The Ivor Raymonde Six broadcast by permission of the Norfolk Hotel Ltd., Bournemouth; Charlie Chester is appearing in Variety at the Chiswick Empire, London)

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Chester
Unknown:
David Hurst
Unknown:
Barbara Sumner
Presented By:
Richard David
Unknown:
Charlie Chester

ADVENTURES IN ENGLISH. ' Birds ' : a poetry programme by Ruth Ains worth. including the following poems: ' Michael's Song ' by W. W. Gibson , ' I heard a bird at dawn ' by James Stephens. ' The Thrush's Song ' by W. MacGillivray , and ' Little Trotty Wagtail ' by John Clare
2.20 HISTORY i. Mary Stuart : the story of the first eighteen years of the life of the Queen of Scots. Script by Jo Manton
2.40 SCIENCE AND THE COMMUNITY. Clothes to Keep Warm. Script by James McCloy

Contributors

Programme By:
Ruth Ains
Unknown:
W. W. Gibson
Unknown:
James Stephens.
Unknown:
W. MacGillivray
Unknown:
John Clare
Unknown:
Mary Stuart
Script By:
Jo Manton
Script By:
James McCloy

Regional Variations (2)

Children's Hour. Story. ' Diary of a Hill Farmer.' ' Llwybrau'r Beirdd '-I.

BBC Home Service Welsh

' The Dog Next Door'
A dog opera in two parts
Book and lyrics by Kay and Aubrey Feist with music by Alan Paul
1— ' The Open Heath '
Chorus of hounds, terriers gun-dogs, lap-dogs. and lurchers sung by a section of the BBC Chorus
' The Dog Next Door ' Players
Led by Max Jaffa
Conducted by Alan Paul
Production by Josephine Plummer
(Tony Sympson is appearing in ' Penelope ' at the Arts Theatre, London)
Part 2: tomorrow
Brock writes about his opera on page 39

Contributors

Unknown:
Aubrey Feist
Music By:
Alan Paul
Conducted By:
Alan Paul
Production By:
Josephine Plummer
Production By:
Tony Sympson
Brock, the Author's dachshund:
Alan Wheatley
Betsy, the Vicar's old sheepdog:
Betty Hardy
Brown Velvet (Brownie), his daughter's new dachshund:
Diana Maddox
Lady Jane, the Squire's elderly spaniel:
Gladys Young
Ranter, the Squire's retired foxhound:
Stephen Jack
Wee Fing, Mrs Trouter-Coote's prize peke:
Marjorie Westbury
Donald, Major MacGregor's scottie:
Peter Claughton
Dai, the Doctor's Welsh corgi:
John Glyn-Jones
Bill, the Village Policeman's mongrel ('Almost a bull-terrier'):
Norman Shelley
The Gypsies' lurchers : Fangs.:
Tony Sympson
The Gypsies' lurchers : Grip:
David Kossoff

Regional Variations (5)

Cottage Airs. played by The Shuilers.

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

Music from Hamburg. Harry Hermann and his Orchestra.

BBC Home Service North

' Room For Two More.' Variety.* -

BBC Home Service West

Football round-up.

BBC Home Service Midland

to Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Each week Victor Silvester will give a dancing lesson to enable listeners to enjoy this popular pastime.

Contributors

Unknown:
Victor Silvester
Presented by:
David Miller

Regional Variations (7)

Sunday Out: Lichfield and Cannock Chase.

BBC Home Service Midland

As North

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

The Farmer: magazine.

BBC Home Service West

For Farmers: ' Winter Tack.'

BBC Home Service Welsh

The Wondrous Story: Christian meditation and praise.

BBC Home Service Scottish

Wagstaff's England

BBC Home Service North

by Ouida
(Marie Louise de la Ramee)
A radio serial play in eleven parts by John Keir Cross
Production by Raymond Raikes
1-' Beauty of the Brigades '
Characters in order of speaking:

Contributors

Production By:
Raymond Raikes
The Duke of Lyonesse,raconteur:
Cyril Snaps
Guardsmen of the Household: The Marquis of Rockingham, the Duke as a young man (' Rock or ' The Seraph '):
Cyril Shaps
Lord Kergenven (' Ker ') Gavin Doyle The Hon Bertie Cecil (' Beauty '):
David Peel
The Marquis of Bellingham (Vere or ' Severe '):
T St John Barry
The Hon. Arthur Chesterfield (' Tommy '):
John Clarke-Smith
The Hon. Christopher Charteris (' The Dauphin '):
Richard Waring
Rake:
Charles Leno
Berkeley Cecil:
David Enders
Lady Guenevere:
Mary Wimbush
Ben Davis:
Stanley Groome

with Kitty Bluett
Peter Sellers , Patricia Hayea
Charles Hawtrey
Kenneth Connor
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
Script by Eddie Maguire
George Wadmore and Ted Ray
Produced by George Inns
(Light)
See Both Sides of the Microphone'

Contributors

Unknown:
Kitty Bluett
Unknown:
Peter Sellers
Unknown:
Patricia Hayea
Unknown:
Charles Hawtrey
Unknown:
Kenneth Connor
Conductor:
Paul Fenoulhet
Script By:
Eddie Maguire
Script By:
George Wadmore
Script By:
Ted Ray
Produced By:
George Inns

Regional Variations (4)

' The Smile Upon the Sea ': ithe experiences of an Ordinary Seaman in the Mediterranean.

BBC Home Service North

Stories and music associated with the Opera House, Jersey.

BBC Home Service West

As North

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

with some memories of Lobengula
See top of page and page 3

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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