and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
with Eric Brown (bass)
Gramophone records, presented by Joseph Lewis
Interlude : records
Jesus, where'er thy people meet (E.H.
422; A. and M. 529 ; C.H. 247)
Lesson : St. Luke 9, vv. 18-26 Jubilate (Psalm 100) Prayers
Father, hear the prayer we offer
Address by the Rev. A. St.
Take up thy cross, the Saviour said
(E.H. 484 ; A. and M. 263 ; C.H. 501)
Organist, Herbert J Colson
In this service special emphasis is laid upon the work of the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St. John. The lesson is read by Lord Iliffe , Chairman of the Appeal Committee, and the Rev. Alan Colthurst , who conducts the service, is chaplain to the Red Cross Society in the county of Bedford.
BBC Singers : Margaret Godley , Joyce Sutton , Margaret Rees , Margaret Rolfe , Bradbridge White , Stanley Riley , Emlyn Bebb ,'
Samuel Dyson. Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Troise and his Banjoliers
Recording of last night's broadcast
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Short talks by people whose occupation has been drastically changed as a result of the war
Violin Sonata in G played by Albert Sammons (violin) and William Murdoch (piano)
Second of two gramophone programmes based on the Diary of Samuel Pepys. Devised by Ronald Hilborne and read by Joseph Macleod In which Mr. Pepys criticises his wife's singing-teacher, makes music with his neighbours, learns how to compose, sings and plays through the Great fragile and he Great Fire of London, and remains all night transported ' by music heard at the play-house.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
C. H. Middleton
(leader, Laurance Turner ). Conductor, Dr. Malcolm Sargent. Moura Lympany (piano)
Play by J. M. Barrie. Adapted and produced by Mary Hope Allen
A Waterloo Veteran:
Miss Susan Throsse!:
Miss Fanny Willoughby:
Miss Henrietta Turnbull:
Miss Charlotte Parratt:
Miss Phoebe Throssel:
Fourth of a series of five talks by C. S. Lewis , Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
Cyfres o 'ddramau byrion i'r plant wedi eu seilio ar hanesion o'r Beibl. ' Joseff ' : Yr hanes wedi ei osod mewn tair drama gan Rhys Dafys Williams. 3—' Y Cymod '. (Bible play for children in Welsh)
' A Certain Nobleman ' : third of the play-sequence, 'The Man Born to be' King specially written for broadcasting by Dorothy L. Sayers Produced by Val Gielgud
followed by Interlude : records
Talk about architecture as something to do with today and tomorrow, by W. G. Newton , M.C., F.R.I.B.A.
Quartet for oboe and strings (K.370) played by Leon Goossens (oboe) ;
Jean Pougnet (violin);
Frederick Riddle (viola); Douglas Cameron (cello)
Philip Guedalla on J.A. Froude, including material provided by Robert Gittings. Produced by Stephen Potter.
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 : Isaiah 35 Benedictus
The Lord will come and not be slow
(M.H. 813 ; S.P. 658)
Address by the Rev. J. Clark Gibson 0 love, that wilt not let me go (M.H.
448 ; A. and M. 699)
Organist, F. A. Sully , A.R.C.M.
[Home' Service continued opposite
Rev. J. Clark
' Civilian War Distress ' : an appeal by The Dowager Lady Ampthill, C.I., G.B.E., on behalf of the Friends of the Poor, and the Charity Organisation Society
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]. Contributions for work in Scotland will be allocated by a special Committee, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Four new patriotic songs, performed by the BBC Chorus and Orchestra
for February, including Wendy Hiller , Isobel Baillie , and other famous people. Presented by Leslie Baily and Francis Worsley. .. Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Mansel Thomas. Pages turned by Patric Curwen
A character study in music, presented with gramophone records by Edwin Evans
"The word of God'. Psalm 119, vv. 33-40 ; St. Luke 8, vv. 4-15 ; Lord, thy word abideth (A. and M. 243) ; St. Matthew 4, v. 4
played by the BBC Orchestra, conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Directed by Alfred Jupp , with Cecil Alden