and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
and his Sextet, with Colin Cunningham (tenor)
for a programme of gramophone records presented by J. H. Squire
plays popular organ music
from St. Martin-in-the-Fields
0 I.ord and Master of us all (S.P.
603 ; C.H. 513)
My God, I love thee (S.P. 110 ; A. and M. 106; C.H. 433) .
Address by the Rev. Eric S. Loveday Praise to the Holiest (S.P. 625 ; A. and M. 172 ; C.H. 32)
Rev. Eric S.
William McNaught talks about Elgar's Violin Concerto which is to be broadcast next Wednesday evening at 8.0 p.m.
Jan Berenska and his Orchestra
Recording of last night's broadcast
Violin Sonata, Op. 96, in G played by Henry Holst (violin) and Frank Merrick (piano)
Talk by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald
Conductor, Guy Warrack
The story of the American Merchant Marine, by George Ludlam , produced by Charles A. Schenck. Music arranged and conducted by George Walter.
by C. H. Middleton
The Halle Orchestra (leader and solo violin, Laurance Turner ) : conductor, Dr. Malcolm Sargent ORCHESTRALAURANCE TURNER AND ORCHESTRAORCHESTRA
From the Opera House, Manchester
Play by A. V. Sukhovo-Kobylin , translated from the Russian by Raissa Lomonossva. Adapted for radio by George Reavey. Produced by John Cheatle (by permission of H. M. Tennent, Ltd.)
(by permission of Bernard Delfont)
(by permission of ENSA)
(by permission of O'Bryen, Linnit, and Dunfce)
The action of the play takes place in Moscow, first in Muromsky's house, then in Krechinsky's apartment
4— ' The Parish Church in the Middle Ages' : talk by Margaret Deanesly
Rhaglen o ganu emynau o gapel yn Ne Cymru. Arweinydd y Cor, Edgar 0. Morgan. Organydd, Danny Morgan. (Hymn-singing in Welsh)
5.20 ' Heart of Britain ' : play by H. E. Higgins. Music specially composed by C. Armstrong Gibbs. With Dicky Davies as Tommy (by permission of the Oxford Pilgrim Players), supported by Ernest Jay , Wilfred Babbage , Carleton Hobbs , Vivienne Chatterton , and Norman Kendall
5.55 Children's Hour prayers
Another talk in the series about leading personalities in the United States
Third of a series of readings by James Langham «
Conductor, Stanford Robinson : with Edith Coates (contralto)- and Parry Jones (tenor)
This week's broadcasts surveyed
0 thou who earnest from above
(M.H.B. 386; A. and M. 698 ; C.H. 471)
Lesson : St. Luke 15, vv. 11-32 An Act of Faith
Oh for a heart to praise my God
(M.H.B. 550; A. and M. 549; C.H. 467)
Address by the Rev. Dr. R. Newton
Flew, Principal- of Wesley House, Cambridge
0 love, thou bottomless abyss
Rev. Dr. R.
Appeal on behalf of war distress among the professional classes and gentlefolk, by the Hon. Mrs. Sydney Marsham, C.B.E . This appeal is shared by the Professional Classes Aid Council, the Distressed Gentlefolk's Aid Association, and the Gentlefolk's Help Department of the Friends of the Poor
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Greek Independence Day, March 25. Written by Louis MacNeice
A Morality Play, produced by Lance Sieveking , in which ye shall hear how our Heaven King calleth Everyman to a general reckoning
Persons in order of speaking :
Programme of melody, arranged and presented by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ, with Helen Hill
' Be ye followers of God ' — 5. Psalm 27, vv. 1-6, 10-16 ; St. Mark 8, vv. 27-37 ; 10, vv. 32-34 ; Take up thy cross (A. and M. 263) ; 1 Peter 4, v. 13
Serenade in D, Op. 11 played by the BBC Orchestra, conducted by Julius Harrison
Quiet music played by Reginald Kell with his Sextet