Light music arranged and played by Jack Byfield and his Players, with James Bell at the organ. (BBC recording)
Enfield Central Band : conductor, E. S. Carter.
Nineteenth of a series of gramophone programmes
Rhapsody on a theme of Paganinl, for piano and orchestra. Variations 18-24 (Rachmaninoff) : Rachmaninoff and the Philadelphia Orchestra
Piano Concerto No. 3. in D minor
(Rachmaninoff) : Rachmaninoff and the Philadelphia Orchestra
Conducted by the Rev. Harold B. Rattenbury (Secretary for China and Burma, Methodist Missionary Society)
. Holy, holy, holy (A. and M. 160 ;
Address : The Church in China today 0 with thy Spirit's blade (Chinese hymn)
Reading : Romans 8. w. 26-39 Fount of love (Chinese hymn) Prayers
Jesus still lead on (A. and M. 669 ;
Next' Friday, July 7, is the anniversary of the outbreak of war between Japan and China
Rev. Harold B.
sung by Tatiana Makushina (soprano)
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
A fortnightly review. Contents: "Gluck (bom July 2, 1714)" by Edward J. Dent; "New Lamps for Old" distributed by Alec Robertson; "Preparing and rehearsing a new score" by Sir Adrian Boult, and the BBC Symphony Orchestra; "Musical Puzzle" presented by Spike Hughes. The Magazine introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
on gramophone records
Overture : The Corsair (Berlioz) :
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Selection : Schwanda the Bagpiper
(Weinberger): Symphony Orchestra
Suite in F sharp minor (Dohndnyi) :
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Variations on a Polish Folk Song played by Irene Kohler
by Matthew Norgate
Fortnightly programme from the countryside. No. 57—' Visitors' Day.' Introduced by Ralph Wightman. Visitors, C. Dangers (Portugal), A. Joseph (London). C. Cilliers (South Africa), - Iris Tye (Iceland), H. Umriger (India), Jack Roberts (Channel Islands), E. Eaton (Gloucestershire) Music arranged by Francis Collinson , and played by the Wynford Reynolds Sextet. Programme edited by Francis Dillon , and produced by David Thomson
by C. H. Middleton
Sonata in E flat (K.481) played by Max Rostal (violin) and Franz Osborn (piano)
Band of the Life Guards, conducted by Captain A. Lemoine , Director of Music, the Life Guards.
Conducted by Julius Harrison. Doris Gambell (soprano)
Talk by the Bishop of New Guinea
Nifer o fechgyn yn son am eu profladau ac yn disgriflo yr Aifft a'l phobL Cewch glywed sgyrsiau byr gan Dafydd Lewis , Pontyates ;
. Gwilym Hughes. Ro Wen.
Dyffryn Conwy ; Iorweth Jones , Corris ; Harold Pierce. Pontardawe.
Gwilym Hughes. Ro
'The Poets' County' : Wilfred visits out-of-the-way places in Westmorland, and hears its songs, stories, and traditions, told by men, women, and children of the county. Script by Joan Littlewood. Produced by Nan Macdonald
Light music and old-fashioned dances played by Harry Davidson and his Orchestra, with songs sung by Robert Wilson. Master of Ceremonies, Patric Curwen. Management, Fred Hartley and Douglas Lawrence
Talk by Mary Gardner , of Brixham, Introduced by Walter Bames.
from St. Matthew's, Cheltenham
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
(S.P. 623 ; C.H. 21)
Lesson : Isaiah 49, vv. 7-13 (read by a British soldier)
0 beautiful my country (S.P. 322)
Lesson : Revelation 21, vv. 1-7 (read by an American soldier)
City of God (S.P. 468 ; C.H. 209)
Address by Chaplain Albert M. Shoe -maker (Philadelphia)
Saviour, again to thy dear name (S.P.
53 : C.H. 301)
The service, conducted by Canon J. B. Goodliffe (Rector of Cheltenham) and attended by members of the British and American Forces, has been arranged for the Sunday nearest to American Independence Day
Canon J. B.
' For Those Who Have Seen Better Days.' Appeal by Ernest Thesiger on behalf of three societies-the Guild of Aid for Gentle People, the Homes of Rest for Gentlewomen, and the Friendly Almshouses
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Adapted from Anthony Trol lope's novel by H. Oldfield Box. Produced by Howard Rose. Episode3 (by permission of H M Tennent, Ltd )
(by permission of Jack Hylton)
Rev Mark Robarts:
Duke of Omnium:
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Ceinwen Rowlands (soprano). Douglas Cameron (cello)
' God is our Hope and Strength.'
Psalm 37 w. 1-7, 40, and 41 ; Ecclesiasticus 2 ; 0 for a closer walk with God (A. and M. 630); Isaiah 40. v. 31
Gramophone programme of music associated with M. D. Calvoco ressi. Introduced by Gerald Abraham
A story for bedtime : ' Foot of the Giant,' by Robert W. Cochran , read by Nelson Olmsted . (Recording from America)