Some extracts from the unpublished autobiography of Elizabeth Ham , who lived through the Napoleonic Wars and started to set down her memories in the year of revolutions,
Selected and read by Eric Gillett
A programme of gramophone records Band of His Majesty's Life Guards, conducted by A. Lemoine
March: Waltzing Matilda
Band of His Majesty's Grenadier Guards, conducted by Lt.-Col. Miller Marching thro' Georgia
Band of His Majesty's Royal Air Force, conducted by Sqd. Ldr.
R. P. O'Donnell
Lad from London Town The devil ma' care
A serial story adapted from Mark Twain 's historical fantasy ' The
Prince and the Pauper'
Episode 2-Tom, mistaken for the Prince, meets Henry VIII , who decides that he is to appear at a public function. Tom protests that he is not the Prince and is thought by all to have taken leave of his senses.
from a college chapel
Vehicles and Responses Psalm 47
First Lesson : 2 Samuel J , vv. 17-27 Magnificat (Andrews in D minor)
Second Lesson: St. Luke 12, vv.
Nunc Dimittis (Andrews in D minor) Creed and Collects
Anthem: Remember not, Lord, our offences (Purcell)
All people that on earth do dwell
(Welsh Children's Hour)
' Dowch am dro '
Bydd y rhan fwyaf ohonoch yn dechrau meddwl am eich gwyliau erbyn hyn. Dowch gyda Myfanwy Howell a Hughie a Beti felly y prynhawn yma i gael gweld rhai o'r adar a'r blodau diddorol sydd i'w cael ar Ian y mor yr amser yma o'r flwyddyn.
A musical adventure in six movements devised by Ronald Hilborne
This evening listeners will hear the family they met at this time last week having a 'lively discussion, with some outside help, over the Prom concert to which they are going this week.
Mrs. Knightly ' sees things '
Written by Charles Penrose
Produced by Ernest Longstaffe
The Pig and Whistle Chorus and Orchestra
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