and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
and Sis Orchestra with Rosa Levain , Tiny Powell ,
Jimmy Hampson , Peter Valerio
presented with gramophone records by Joseph Lewis
at the theatre organ
Valse des fleurs Chanson triste
Chant sans paroles
None but the weary heart
. Overture : 1812
Details of some of today's broadcasts followed by Interlude : records
Order of Service
Ye holy angels bright (E.H. 517 ; A. and M. 546 ; S.P. 701 ; C.H. 39)
Collect for Purity
Kyrie Eleison (Hummel in D) Collects
Epistle (11 Corinthians 4, vv. 1-6)
Light's abode, celestial Salem (E.H.
431 ; A. and M. 232 ; S.P. 199)
Gospel (St. Matthew 9, vv. 9-13) Nicene Creed (Merbecke)
Address by the Rev. Wilfrid F. P. Ellis
For all the saints who from their labours rest (E.H. 641; A. and M. 437 ; S.P. 202 ; C.H. 220)
Prayer for the Church
Therefore we before him bending, this great Sacrament revere (E.H. 326; S.P. 280)
Organist, Arnold Richardson
Rev. Wilfrid F. P.
sung by Mark Raphael (baritone) Quand Ie joli rossignol (When the pretty nightingale) Le Chdtelain de Coucy (1200)
Pour mal terns, ni pour gelee (Rough winter will not kill my love for you) Thibaut IV, King of Navarre (1235)
Robins m'aime (Robin loves me) Adam de la Halle (1285)
Douce dame jolie (Sweet, fair lady) Guillaume de Machault (1350)
Plainte de celle qui n'est pas aimee (Lament of a lady who has no lover) Jehannot de Lescuerl (14th century
J'ai vu la beauté de ma mie (I have seen the beauty of my beloved)
Unknown (15th century, probably earlier)
played by William Rees and the St. Annes Pier
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Conducted by Lieutenant S. Rhodes ,
Director of Music, Scots Guards
Regimental march : Hielan' laddie
In this talk Everyman has some questions to ask about rhythm
Music of the great violinist-composers from the 17th to the 20th century played by Jean Pougnet accompanied by the Claydon Quintet
An anthology compiled by Mary Ellis
C. H. Middleton
Leader, Reginald Morley
Conducted by Edric Cundell
Concert in aid of the Musicians'
(Rossum's Universal Robots)
A play by Karel Capek
Harry Domain, general manager of Rossum's Universal Robots
Dr. Gall, head of the Physiological Department, R.U.R.
Jacob Berman, managing director, R.U.R.
Alquist, clerk of the works, R.U.R.
Helena Glory, daughter of Professor Glory of Oxford University
Emma, her maid
Marius, a Robot
Sulla, a Robotess
Radius, a Robot
Primus, a Robot
Scene: On a remote island in the nineteen-fifties
Produced by John Cheatle
A talk by the Very Rev. J. H. Hertz ,
LL.D., Chief Rabbi
Very Rev. J. H.
. Rhaglen o donau newydd
Gwahoddwjd cyfansoddwyr i anfon tonau newydd inni ar gyfer y rhaglenni hyn, a derbyniwyd dros gant. Dyma dair neu bedair o blith y gorau ohonynt
(Singing in Welsh)
' Heralds of the King '
A series of plays by L. du Garde Peach, based on the lives of the great prophets
The story of Moses
Part 2-The Promised Land
followed by Interlude : records.
Professor Allan Ferguson will discuss the importance of the forthcoming international conference on this subject
(Programme arranged in collaboration with the National Broadcasting Company of the U.S.A. and the Canadian
In today's programme of greetings between British children and their parents, six families will speak from New York and six from different centres in Canada.
Papillons, by Schumann
Some of this week's broadcasts surveyed
God of mercy, God of grace (M.H.
681, A. and M. 218 ; S.P. 170)
Invocation and Lord's Prayer Lesson: St. Luke 1, vv. 8-17 Benedictus
The Lord will come and not be slow
(M.H. 813 ; S.P. 658)
Address by the Rev. J. Clark Gibson
Oft in danger, oft in woe (M.H.
488 ; A. and M. 291 ; S.P. 619)
Organist, F. A. Sully , A.R.C.M.
Rev. J. Clark
An appeal on behalf of The Tavistock Clinic (Institute of Medical
Psychology) by John Hilton
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Julian Clifford
by Louis MacNeice
Produced by John Glyn-Jones
This programme tells of the great cathedral, of its designer, of those who have prayed and preached there, of those who have been buried there, and of those who have tried to destroy it.
It is written on similar lines to the same author's programme about Westminster Abbey, though the present programme is rather shorter.
Jesus calls us (A. and M. 403) ; St.
Matthew 4, vv. 18-22 : St. Luke 9, vv. 57-62 ; Take up thy cross (A. and M. 263) ; St. Matthew 16, vv. 24 and 25
Harry Blech (violin) Max Salpeter (violin)
Keith Cummings (viola)
William Pleeth (cello)
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Mary Jarred (contralto)