Parkhead Forge Silver Band : conductor, George Hawkins
Gramophone records of Liszt's ' Les
Preludes,' the ' Mephisto ' Waltz, and ' Mazeppa '
Before Jehovah's awful throne (A. and M. 616 ; C.H. 230)
Address by the Archbishop of Canterbury
Judge eternal (S.P. 552 ; C.H. 636) Reading : Isaiah 58, w. 1-12 Confession and Thanksgiving Psalm 146
Eternal Ruler (S.P. 485.; C.H. 489) Art of Dedication
Soldiers of Christ, arise (A. and M.
270 ; C.H. 534)
Organist, G: Thalben-Ball
Piano Sonata in E flat, Op. 81 (Les adieux) played by Louis Kentner
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
'Haydn, a Great Explorer ' : illustrated talk by Robin Hull on Haydn's symphonies, including No. 102, in B flat
sung by the BBC Men's Chorus : conductor, Leslie Woodgate. Stanley Riley (baritone). John Wills (piano)
Conductor. Ian Whyte. James M. Reid
by E. Arnot Robinson
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
' The Need for Worship : Theodore Robinson speaks about Psalms 15 and 84, with music recorded by the BBC singers
Gramophone records chosen and introduced" by Joy Worth
entertains the Forces. From a series of concerts arranged in collaboration with ENSA, at a garrison theatre in the Midlands. Conductor. Sir Adrian Boult
Talk by . the Most Rev. Bernard Griffin , Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster
A tribute to the freedom-loving peoples of the world in a festival of music and song. Presented by the ' Daily Herald.' Principal speaker, the Rt. Hon. Herbert Morrison. M.P. , Home Secretary and Minister of Home Security Bands of the Fighting Services ; Ten Champion Brass Bands, conducted by John Henry lies, O.B.E. ; community singing ; Soloists. Frank Titterton and Roy Henderson. Narration spoken by Lewis Casson. From Belle Vue Gardens, Manchester
Rt. Hon. Herbert Morrison.
Ransome and Maries Wor4 Band : conductor, David Aspinall '
Sgwrs gan y Parchedig Gwilym Davies. (Talk in Welsh)
5.20 Songs by the Coleraine Linnets Choir, conducted by James Moore
' The Black Mountain': story by Marjorie Randle , read by Graeme Roberts
5.55 Children's Hour prayers
Some of your favourite songs, sung by David Lloyd (tenor) and Arthur Cranmer (baritone). The Etruscan Singers (conductor, Harry Vincent ). BBC Midland
' Light Orchestra : conductor,
Mrs. Brodie. a swimming-bath attendant, talks about her customers -among them, five V.C.s.
from St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, conducted by Principal W. Holms Coats, D.D., Baptist Theological College, Glasgow
Metrical Psalm 9. w. 7-11, God shall endure for aye (Tune, Stroudwater)
Prayer and the Lord s Prayer
The Son of God goes forth to war
(C.H. 530 ; A. and M. 439)
Lesson : Psalm 98 (read by Mr. C. T.
Nightingale, Former Vice-President of the Methodist Conference)
Thy hand. 0 God, hath guided (C.H.
215 : A. and M. 604)
Address by the Rt. Rev. E. J. Hagan.
D.D , Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
Paraphrase 54. w. 1-4 and 13 : I'm not ashamed to own my Lord (Tune, Jackson)
Organist, Dr. W. Greenhouse Allt
Rev. E. J.
Appeal on behalf of the National Association of Boys' Clubs and the National Association of Girls' Clubs and Mixed Clubs, by The Lord Lovat, D.S.O., M.C. Contributions will. be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Adapted from Anthony Trollope's novel by H. Oldfield Box . Produced by Howard Rose . Episode 12
Pot-pourri, by Julius Buerger and Leo Wurmser. with Joan Tribe , Gaby Valle , Valetta Jacopi , Heddle Nash and Roderick Lloyd. BBC Theatre Chorus. BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor. Stanford Robinson. (BBC recording). (Valetta Jacopi and Roderick Lloyd by permission of the Administrators of Sadler's Wells)
' The City of God. Psalm' 84, w.
1-7, 8-13 : Revelation 21, vv. 1-4 23-27 and 12, yv. 1 and 2 ; City of God (S.P 468) ; Revelation 22, v. 14
played by G. D. Cunningham
Toccata in F
Chorale Preludes : Come. thou
Saviour of the Gentiles : Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour
Fugue in E flat (St. Anne)
From the Town Hall, Birmingham
Story for bedtime : ' Talking- about Romance,' written by Winston Clewes , and read by James Langham.
Leslie Bridgewater Quintet and Michael Krein Saxophone Quartet