Reading for Sunday morning from ' The Spirit of Prater ' by Williiami Law
Reed by Adza Vincent
amd forecast for farmers and shipping
New Casino Orchestra
Conducted by Reginald Kilbey with Geraldine Peppin and Mary Peppin
From the Parish Church, Petersfield, Hampshire; conducted by t'he Vicar, the Rev. F. W. Had-field. Preacher, the Rt. Rev. W. L. S. Fleming , D.D., Lord Bishop of Portsmouth
God of mercy, God of grace (E.H.395) Sentences ; Prayer
Versicles and Responses Psalm 46
First Lesson: 1 Samuel 3, vv. 1-10
Te. Deum (Hylton Stewart in C;
Second Lesson: St. Mark 4, vv. 1-9 Jubilate
Creed.; Suffrages; Collects
0 thou not made with hands (E.H.
Praiisie to the Lord (E.H. 536) Bleeetteg
Organist, T. Warden. Lane
Symphony No. 3. in C (C.P.E. Bach):
Vienna Symphonry Orchestra, condueited by Felix Guenther
Alto RhKipaody (Brahms):
Kathleen Fernier (contralio), with London Philharmonic Choir (male section) (Chorus-Master, Frederic Jackson ), and London. Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss
Suite: The Firefoird (Stravinsky):
Philhammonic-Symphony Orchestra o.f New York, conidiucted by Igor Stravinsky on. gramophone records
Prison Governor By Chance by Colin Maclnnes
Colin Maclnnes , as a Field Security Sergeant, found himself by accident the virtual governor of a prison in Germany during the latter days of the war. The talk recalls the speakers reaction to finding himself in this position, and some of the incidents and personalities.
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by Julian Herbage
' The Aldeburgh Festival,' by William Mann
' A Curious Coincidence,' by Norman Demuth
Have you brought vour music ... ? ' by Spike Hughes
Conducted by Dilys Powell
Films: Paul Defan
Theatre: Ivor Brown
Radiio: Peter de Francia
Books: Pamela Hansfloud Johnson
Art: John Summerson
and forecast for farmers a.nd shipping
Introduced by Harry Soan
Music arranged by Mansel Thomas
Singer, Gwilym Phillips
Harpist, Ann Griffiths
Produced by Aled Vaughan
Today's anniversaires in the opera world recalled, with gramophone records, by Dennis Arundeil
Introduced by Roy Hay
H. F. Newsom advisee on some dahlia problems
A. Simmonds discusses, poinds of interest to onganiserst, exhibitors, and judges- of horticultural shows
Robert Thompson puts the amateur poinit of view
Fredi Streetter outlines- tlhe. week's work
Eugene Pini plays popular light pieces
by William Templeiton with Sulwen Morgan , Audrey Mendes
Namcy Nevjnson , Rupert Daivies
Singer, Alan Redd accompanied by Julian Bream (guitar)
Prodiuctlion by Ayton WMilakeir
The Same Story begins with the opening night of Larry Weston's first play—a night of triumph marred only by the threat of a plagiarism suit which is handed to the producer almost as soon as the curtain is down! Although the author has always insisted that his play is an account of a personal experience of his own, it 'transpires intriguingly that a novel with an identical situation has been written in Italy !by a girl who is a complete stranger to Weston. K.A.H.
(Leader, John Sharpe )
Conductor, Gilbert Viniter
James Johnston (tenor)
This week he talks about Nineteen to the Dozen,' by Arthur Marshall ; ' The Weeiping and the Laughter,' by J. Maclaren-Ross; and For Whom the Cloche Tolls: a Scraphook of tthe Twenties,' by Angus Wilson and Philippe Jullian.
For Listeners of All Ages
' The Water Babies ' by Charles Kingsley made into a play for radio byMuriel Levy
Incidental music by Henry Reed played by a section of the BBC Northern Orchestra Conducted by the composer
Production by Herbert Smith
Holiday Precautions by Gordon Cummings
In the first of two talks Gordon Cummings suggests some precautions to take before leaving one's house to go away on holiday.
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Talk by Ian Finlay
On Wednesday, on the occasion of Her Majesty the Queen's State Visit to the Scottish capital, the national regalia-the Honours of Scotland — will be carried in state to the High Kirk of St. Giles. Mr. Finlay, who has made a special study of Scottish gold and silver work, retells some stories of the regalia.
Kyla Greenbaum (piano)
The Leighton Lucas Orchestra
(Leader, Ronald Good )
Conductor, Leighton Lucas ,
from the Leysian Mission, City Road, London. Conducted by the Rev. W. Lawson Jones , Ph.D.
The Presence of Christ
Was there ever kindest shepherd
(M.H.B. 318) .
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer First Lesson: Joshua 1, vv. 1-9
Who would true valour see (M.H.B.
Second Lesson: St. Matthew 11, w.
25-30, and 28, vv. 16-20
Love divine (M.H.B. 431) Sermon
Sun of my soul (M.H.B. 942) Blessing
Hymns accompanied at the piano by T. L. Garge
The Mission was founded more than fifty years ago by tlhe Leys School, Cambridge, many of wlhose Old Boys have helped in the work. Its Great Hall, soon to be rebuilt, was burnt out in 1941, and since then the people have worshipped in the basement hall from which this service comes.
Rev. W. Lawson
Appeal on behalf of the Caldecott Community by Mrs. Mary Stocks
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
The Caldecott Communitty is a residential school for children with abnormal home conditions. The parents may have separated, or severe friction may exist between them; in other cases one or both parents may be dead, or the home may be faced with chronic illness with financial stress aggravating the situation.
From such backgrounds children become disturbed, difficult, and unhappy, and without skilled sympathetic understanding in a secure environment they cannot thrive. The Community provides such an environment, but at the same time children are kept in touch with their own people by regular holidays and visits, or, if entirely homeless, with foster-parents interes.ted in their welfare.
County authorities are responsible for the fees of children sent through their Education or Children's Committees, but there are many children needing the help of the Community for whose maintenance funds must be found from voluntary sources.
by Charlotte Bronte
Adapted for broadcasting in eleven episodes by Barbara Couper
Produced by Howard Rose
Jane Eyre, an orphan, brought up under the care of her aunt Mrs. Reed, who disliked her intensely, was sent to Lowood Institution, Mrs. Reed being only too glad to be rid of her poor relation.' Life at the Institution, under the direction of Mr. Brocklehurst. was run under spartan conditions. The children suffered from semi-starvation and intense cold, and in consequence their health deteriorated. Fever swept through the school and many of the pupils died, among them Helen Bains, whom Jane had grown to Jove. Miss Temple, the headmistress, full of gentle goodness, endeavoured to bring both physical and mental comfort into the Lives of her pupils in spite of the harsh and rigorous rules laid down by Mr. Brocklehurst. Jane remained at Lowood for eight years--six as a pupil and two as a teacher -and then, feeling the necessity for wider experience, advertised for a position as a children's governess. In this capacity she set out on a iourney to Mrs. Fairfax of Thornfield Hall, near Millcote.
Talk by Anthony Wedgwood Benn , M.P .
This is the first of a group of talks by representatives of The Queen's Generation. '
Benn , M.P
A radio portrait drawn by those who knew her in the days of this famous Manchester theatre
Sir Lewis Casson , Basil Dean F. E. Doran , Stanley Drewitt
St. John Ervine , Ida Hargreaves Heap
Iden Payne , Esmé Percy Muriel Pope , Milton Rosmer
H. F. Rubinstein , Frank Sladen-Smith
Dame Sybil Thorndike Narrator, Ivan Samson
Miss Horniman played by Gladys Young
Programme edited by Arthur Swinson and John Alldridge with the assistance of Rex Pogson , author of ' Miss Horniman '
Produced by Arthur Swinson
Sonata in A flat, Op. 110
. played by Iso Elinson (piano)
' The fruit of the Spirit is joy'
Psalm 16 (Broadcast Psalter) St. John 16, vv. 5-22
Away with our fears (BBC Hymn
Philippians 4, v. 4