and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
A programme of gramophone records
at the theatre organ
Selection : Love tales
Details of some of today's broadcasts
9.21 Message from the Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of all Ireland
9.23 Message from the Archbishop of Wales
9.25 Exhortation Act of worship
Before Jehovah's awful throne (A. and M. 516; C.H. 230)
Confession, Thanksgiving, Lord's Prayer
Lesson: St. Matthew 6, vv. 7-15; 7, vv. 24-27
Anthem: Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Vaughan Williams)
God the all-terrible! (A. and M. 742; C.H. 641)
Address by the Archbishop of Canterbury
Rise up, O men of God (S.P. 635; C.H. 344)
Act of dedication Blessing
The prayers will be taken by the Rev. S. M. Berry, D.D., Moderator-Designate of the Federal Free Church Council
Rev. S. M.
Twelve two-part inventions played by Denise Lassimone (piano)
played by Clifford Greenwood and his Orchestra
at the theatre organ
Noel Coward melodies
'Conchinita', a new tango Reginald New is including in his programme, is the first composition by Victor Britten , a young actor-playwright. The well-known composers Denby and Watson are among local song-writers Reginald New has featured since going to Beckenham Regal a year ago. Victor Britten is a fellow A.R.P. Warden of Reginald New, and ' Conchinita ' was inspired while shaving one morning.
(Religious Service in Welsh)
Hollalluog ! nodda ni, 72 Darllen : Eseia 51, 7-16.
Gweddi Cofia 'n gwlad, Benllywydd tirion
Pregeth : Y Parch, R. W. Davies
Arglwydd Iesu , Arwain f'enaid (211) Y Fendith
Organydd, Gertrude Jones
Arweinydd y Canu, J. Coleshill Jones (Yr Emynau o Lyfr Emynau y
Ddau Gyfundeb Methodistaidd )
A talk hy Cardinal Hinsley , Archbishop of Westminster
Leader, Laurance Turner
Conductor, Gideon Fagan
the French waltz king
A programme of gramophone records presented by Count A. A. Hessenstein
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell Contemporary British composers
P. S. G.
by C. H. Middleton
The story of Margaret Catchpole
A radio play by Jonquil Antony
Produced by Barbara Burnham
A talk, by the historian of the ' Idea of Christendom', on the challenge of the present crisis to Christian civilisation
Rhaglen o donau newydd. Gwahoddwyd cyfansoddwyr i anfon tonau newydd inni ar gyfer y rhaglenni hyn, a derbyniwyd dros gant. Dyma dair neu bedair o. blith y gorau ohonynt.
(A programme of new tunes)
'The story of Durham cathedral' by Olive Shapley
Produced by Nan Macdonald
followed by Interlude : records
Talk by Major C. N. Thornton -
A reading by Harold Stansbury
Miriam Licette (soprano)
Thelma Reiss (cello)
BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Stanford Robinson supported by the BBC Theatre Chorus
Trained by Charles Groves
Some of this week's broadcasts surveyed
Religious service conducted by the Very Rev. Charles L. Warr , M.A., Minister of St. Giles Cathedral, and Dean of the Thistle and Chapel
Paraphrase 30: Come let us to the Lord our God with contrite hearts return
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Prose Psalm 23 : The Lord is my shepherd
Lesson : Revelation 21, w. 1-7, read by the Rev. John Shaw , Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland
The Apostles' Creed Prayer
0 God of love, 0 king of peace
(Rv. C.H. 646 ; A. and M. 376)
Address by the Rt. Rev. J. Hutchison Cockburn, D.D., Moderator of the General Assembly of the -Church of Scotland
0 God of Bethel (Paraphrase 2 ;
S.P. 596 ; Tune : Salsburg)
Organist, W. Greenhouse Allt
Very Rev. Charles L.
An appeal on behalf of the Care and Protection of Young People, by Lady Emmott
The societies included in tonight's appeal are the Church of England Moral Welfare Council, the Archdiocese of Westminster Moral Welfare Committee, the National Free Church Women's Council, the Federation of Committees for the Moral Welfare of Children, and the Jewish Association for the Protection of Women, Girls and Children.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
A feature programme by Louis
MacNeice with Robert Speaight
Produced by Malcolm Baker-Smith
September 7 is the anniversary of the first big London blitz. Since then innumerable buildings in this country, public and private, have been damaged or destroyed by enemy action. One has been chosen to stand for the rest-Westminster Abbey. This programme, in commemorating a year of wanton destruction, also. pays homage to a building which is the repository of English history and an acknowledged national symbol.
sung by Astra Desmond
When I 'bring to you colour'd toys The sleep that flits on baby's eyes On the seashore of endless worlds Light, my light
(Poems by Rabindranath Tagore )
John Alden Carpenter , whose Song of Faith was performed in England for the first time at a broadcast concert on Independence Day, is one of the most significant of contemporary American composers. ' Probably the most sensitive, sincere, and accomplished American-born composer that we have today among us,' says the American composer and critic, Olin Downes.
The songs to be heard this evening form part of the ' Gitanjali ' cycle, with words -ty Rabindranath Tagore. -They have been broadcast several times in this country.
'Choose you this day whom ye will serve'
Psalm 121 ; From 1 Kings 8 ; Lord, while for all mankind we pray (S.P. 320) ; Joshua 24, v. 15
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Ian Whyte Bratza
A programme of melody arranged and presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ