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Sung by Owen Brannigan (bass) with Wilfrid Parry (piano)

I drew my ship into a harbour; When the boat comes in; Ma bonny lad; Liberty for the sailors; Andrew Carr; O, the bonny fisher lad; Cawsand Bay; Billy Boy; Here's the tender coming; The Antigallican privateer; Blaw the wind southerly; Bobby Shafty; Homeward bound

Contributors

Bass:
Owen Brannigan
Pianist:
Wilfrid Parry

Badgers
How many are there? pest? How does one watch them?
MAXWELL KNIGHT talks to JOHN SANKEY and to ERNEST NEAL who has visited some badgers at home with their cubs
Produced by RICHARD BROCK
Broadcast on May 17

Contributors

Unknown:
John Sankey
Produced By:
Richard Brock

Regional Variations (2)

What's On?: preview. Interlude

BBC Home Service Midland

by Lewis Carroll adapted in five episodes by MOLLIE HARDWICK with music by ALAN PAUL played by SIDNEY FELL (clarinet) Marie GOOSSENS (harp)
JAMES BLADES (percussion) ALAN PAUL (piano)
' The White King introduced Alice to his messenger Haigha (who looked very like the March Hare) and took her off to watch the famous fiuht between the Lion and the Unicorn.'
4: Fabulous Monsters
Produced by DAVID DAVIS

Contributors

Unknown:
Lewis Carroll
Unknown:
Mollie Hardwick
Music By:
Alan Paul
Played By:
Sidney Fell
Harp:
Marie Goossens
Harp:
James Blades
Piano:
Alan Paul
Produced By:
David Davis
Narrator:
David Davis
Alice:
Prunella Scales
Haigha:
Wilfred Babbage
Hatta:
Stephen Jack
White King:
Eric Anderson
Unicorn:
Carard Green
Lion:
Harold Reese
Red Knight:
Ralph Truman
White Knight:
Preston Lockwood

A magazine of interest to all, with older listeners specially in mind, including:
You asked us to play ... record requests
Animals by Air: NAN MACDONALD talks to NEVILLE WHITTACKER at London Airport
Between you and me: ten minutes with WILFRED PICKLES
Introduced by STEVE RACE

Contributors

Talks:
Nan MacDonald
Unknown:
Neville Whittacker
Introduced By:
Steve Race

The novel by Sir Walter Scott adapted for broadcasting in six parts by CATHERINE and DONALD CARSWELL
Darsie begins to gather hints about the mystery that surrounds him from the fisherfolk of Solway.
2: The fight on the shore
Fiddle music played by BOBBY HARVEY
Produced by IAN WISHART

Contributors

Novel By:
Sir Walter Scott
Unknown:
Donald Carswell
Played By:
Bobby Harvey
Produced By:
Ian Wishart
Darsie Latimer:
Stuart Henry
Maggie:
Grace McChlery
Wandering Willie:
Gerard Slevin
Lilias:
Mary Riggans
Dame Martin:
Louise McLaren
Mabel:
Jean Faulds
James:
Douglas Murchie
Alan Fairford:
John Shedden
Rachel Geddes:
Effie Morrison
Joshua:
John Young
Davies:
Richard Findlay
Nixon:
W H D Joss

Regional Variations (7)

News

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

News. Sport

BBC Home Service Scottish

News. Round-up

BBC Home Service South and West

News. Stock Market Reports. News in Welsh

BBC Home Service Welsh

(434 m.) Voice of the North. Jazz Records. (261 m.) North-East News. Jazz Records

BBC Home Service North

News

BBC Home Service Midland

In the region today-news, comment, controversy

Regional Variations (2)

Visits to the World Presbyterian Alliance. Frankfurt, and the European Baptis'. Congress. Amsterdam

BBC Home Service Welsh

An appreciation of J. B. Priestley on his seventieth birthday by GARETH LLOYD EVANS
The speaker, who is staff Tutor m Literature at Birmingham University and drama critic of The Guardian, is the author of a book on J. B. Priestley 's plays to be published this autumn.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. B. Priestley
Unknown:
Gareth Lloyd Evans
Unknown:
J. B. Priestley

Beethoven
String Quartet In A major,
Op. 18 No. 5 played by the DROLC QUARTET,
Eduard Drolc (violin)
Walter Peschke (violin)
Stefano Passaggio (viola) Georg Donderer (cello) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Violin:
Eduard Drolc
Violin:
Walter Peschke
Viola:
Stefano Passaggio
Cello:
Georg Donderer

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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