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Marjorie Anderson introduces
Amalia Magri , who recalls her cabaret days in Paris
Arthur Marshall , who talks to Georgette and Barbara Tallerman about the British Restaurant they ran during the war.
Denzil Batchelor , who gives a personal opinion on food and hygiene
A Treat: some speakers describe their own ideas


Marjorie Anderson
Amalia Magri
Arthur Marshall
Barbara Tallerman
Denzil Batchelor

A request programme of records
Ballet Suite The Good-Humoured
Ladies (Scarlatti — Tommasini) : Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Igor Markevitch
La maison grise (Fortunio)
(Messager): Georges Thill (tenor). with orchestra conducted by Pierre Chagnon
Triana; El Puerto (Iberia) (Albeniz, orch. Arb6s): Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Ataulfo Argenta
Lullaby (In Hammersbach) (Three
Bavarian Dances) (Elgar): London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
The Rio Grande (Lambert):
Gladys Ripley (contralto), Kyla Greenbaum (piano). Philharmonia Orchestra, and Chorus, conducted by Constant Lambert


Conducted By:
Igor Markevitch
Georges Thill
Conducted By:
Pierre Chagnon
Conducted By:
Sir Adrian Boult
Gladys Ripley
Kyla Greenbaum

in the North
A selection of wild-life attractions from the North of England edited and introduced by Dr. E. A. R. Ennion from the Monks' House Bird Observatory, Sea-houses, Northumberland
CANON G. A. K. Hervey , Editor of the North-Western Naturalist, tells of the animals and plants of the Lakes and the Southport dunes
GRACE HICKLING , of the Northumberland and Durham Natural History Society, outlines the life-cycle of the Fame Island grey seals
JOHN KIRBY , an amateur bird-recordist. introduces the voices of some Yorkshire birds
Produced by Jeffery Boswall
For the past five years The Naturalist has been broadcast at six-weekly intervals. Now it becomes a monthly programme, and its scope is to be widened to include an occasional edition on foreign natural history, as well as a quarterly edition on different regions within the British Isles.


Introduced By:
Dr. E. A. R. Ennion
Canon G. A. K. Hervey
Grace Hickling
John Kirby
Produced By:
Jeffery Boswall

Concerto Grosso No. 3, in G....
Handel Douglas Whittaker (flute)
Paul Beard (violin)
Charles Spinks
(harpsichord continuo)
This part of the concert is also being broadcast in the BBC Television Service and is introduced by Alec Robertson
Before an invited audience in the BBC Studios. Maida Vale. London


Handel Douglas Whittaker
Paul Beard
Charles Spinks
Introduced By:
Alec Robertson

For Children of Most Ages
David tells
'The Story of Moses' from ' Stories from the Bible ' by Walter de la Mare
5-' Egypt is Afraid '
5.15 Tomorrow is a Stranger *
A serial play, set in modern times, about the mysterious adventures of a teenage orphan in search of wonders of the world
Written in seven parts by Norman Painting
Adventure Five:
' Shadows in the Coliseum'
Produced by Graham Gauld


Produced By:
Graham Gauld
Lance Faithful:
Alaric Cotter
Lady Augusta Fettiplayce:
Mary O'Farrell
Charles E Stidwill
' G A ':
Arnold Peters
Gentile Battista:
Malcolm Hayes
Rinata Gucci:
Ysanne Churchman
Ivan Samson
Air hostess:
Thelma Rogers

A series of four programmes describing, through their recorded memories and opinions, what life means or has meant to a variety of men and women at successive stages along their path to three score years and ten
1-A Pattern of Childhood
Recordings made by Ronald Lloyd
Production by Stanley Williamson


Ronald Lloyd
Production By:
Stanley Williamson

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