and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
with Irene Hinsley (soprano)
A programme of gramophone records presented by Joseph Lewis
followed by Programme Parade
Details of some of today's broadcasts
played by Joan Baker
Incidental music: King Christian II played by BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan
Sibelius's ' King Christian' Suite forms the incidental music to Adolf Paul 's tragedy of King Christian II, the sixteenth-century ruler of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, against whose treachery and tyranny Gustavus Vasa. arose. Christian was driven from his kingdom, and in spite of an attempt to regain his power, he ended his days in prison, dying in 1559.
(A religious service in Welsh)
Trefn y Gwasanaeth
Lan Ysbrvd erfvniwn (850)
Ysbryd Santaidd disgyn (468)
Pregeth,: Y Parch. J. Williams
Bywha dy waith (173) Y Fendith
(Cymerir yr emynau o Lawlyfr
Moliant y Bedyddwyr)
played by Jack Frere and his London Coliseum Orchestra
from a Northern cathedral
An Act of Adoration
Versicles and Responses
First Lesson: Joel ii, 28-32 Te Deum (Stanford in C)
Second Lesson: Romans viii, 1 and 2, 9-17 Jubilate
Creed and Collects
Spirit of Mercy (A. and M. 155 ;
E.H. 631 ; S.P. 184)
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us
(A. and M. 281 ; E.H. 426 ; S.P. 555 ; C.H. 563)
Address by the Bishop of Sheffield
Thy hand, 0 God, has guided
(A. and M. 604 ; E.H. 545 C.H. 215)
(A recording of last night's broadcast)
Edited and produced'by C. F. Meehan
An anthology compiled by James Agate
A revival of the, popular spelling bee in its most popular form, presented by Neil Munro
by Roy Hay
Part 4-' The sign of healing '
At the Beautiful Gate: The arrest
Part 5—'The upper room '
In fellowship: The breaking of bread: The prayers
The Blessed Virgin, Noel Eadie
Mary Magdalene , Mary Jarred
St. John, Parry Jones (tenor)
St. Peter, Roy Henderson (baritone)
Prelude and Angel's farewell (The
Dream of Gerontius)
(Contralto solo, Mary Jarred)
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Orchestra (Section A)
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Arranged for broadcasting by Hugh Stewart
Produced by Peter Creswell
Medical mission work by W; J. Stuart , M.B., F.R.C.S.E., President of the Edinburgh Medical
The missionary talk this afternoon is of special significance, for it is given to commemorate the hundred years of work carried out by the Edinburgh Medical Missionary Society. The talk will deal generally with the Christian method of medical missions and its achievement in the missionary effort of Christendom, with illustrations of the training, hospital, and evangelical aspects of the Edinburgh Medical Mission Society work. W. J. Stuart is himself an eminent Edinburgh surgeon.
Cyfres o raglenni a recordiwyd mewn gwahanol gapeli ac eglwysi ar hyd a lied y wlad
Trefnwyd gan Idris Lewis
(Congregational singing in Welsh)
5.15 'The house that ran away'
A story by Ivy 0. Eastwick
5.25 ' Boys' voices in praise '
A programme of sacred songs by the Pentrepoeth School Boys' Choir
Conductor, Ivor E. Sims
Organist, D. J. Rees
5.45 Epilogue for Whit Sunday with an address by the Rev. B. S. W.
followed by Interlude: records
First steps in interpreting air photographs, by an R.A.F. officer
Beethoven's Piano Sonata in A flat,
Beethoven's Sonata in A flat, Op. 110, was composed during the years 1820-21. According to Vincent d'Indy, this work and the String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132, which was written four years later, both express the tragic mental condition of the composer during the last period of his life.
The A flat Sonata is the only work of its kind of Beethoven's last period which bears no dedication. ' Only to himself ', says Vincent d'Indy, ' could Beethoven dedicate this musical expression of a convulsion in his own life.'
Irene Scharrer first studied at the Royal Academy of Music under Tobias Matthay and made her debut as a soloist at St. James's Hall in 1901. Like many other British artists, she came to the forefront during the last war, when she was continually to be heard in London and the provinces playing with all the leading orchestras.
Once again children in Canada and the U.S.A. greet their parents in this country. Twelve families will be taking part, 'six speaking from different centres in Canada, and six from Cleveland, Ohio
(The programme arranged in collaboration with the National Broadcasting Company of the U.S.A. and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
Some of this week's broadcasts surveyed
Order of Service
Come, thou Holy Spirit, come (A. and M. 156)
O life that makest all things new (Fellowship Hymnbook 350; S.P. 602)
Reading: from St. John's Gospel
Life of ages (F.H. 342 ; S.P. 559)
Address by Carl Heath , of the Society of Friends
Walk in the light (F.H. 344 ; C.H. 482)
Prayer and Blessing
'An appeal on behalf of Enham
Village Centre for the Disabled by Maurice Healy , K.C.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
with a postscript by F. C. Hooper
with BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
A short play written for broadcasting by Michael Arlen
Produced by Val Gielgud
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire
(A. and M. 157)
Galatians v, 13-25
Come down, 0 love divine (S.P. 177) Romans viii, 14
Violin Sonata in A played by Arthur Catterall and R. J. Forbes
Arthur Catterall has appeared as soloist with most of the leading conductors of the day, playing practically all the concertos in the violinist's repertoire. He resigned his leadership of the BBC Symphony Orchestra some four years ago to devote his time to teaching and solo work.
R. J. Forbes , equally well known as pianist and conductor, is Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music He has been heard many times on the air, chiefly with Henry Hoist in sonata recitals.
A programme of melody arranged and presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ
-Leader, J. Mouland Begbic
Conductor, Ian Whyte