and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Another twelve British children now in Australia broadcast messages to their parents. Programme arranged in collaboration with the Australian Broadcasting Commission
five years ago
Popular records of September 1937
A thought for today : Rev. Michael Bruce
Dorothy Taylor : ' Jellies from the Hedgerows'
Records taken at random from the rack .
Jack Cannon and his Band
at the organ of the Plaza Cinema, Swansea
News commentary and interlude
Blackball Colliery Band: conductor, Wilfred Dawson
Service of Prayer and Dedication
It is understood that factory workers throughout ahe country, and others engaged in national service, will be released from work for these fifteen minutes and so be enabled to join in this service, which will also be relayed to many churches and schools. The service will be broadcast on both the Home and Forces wavelengths.
and his Orchestra, with Alex Penney (soprano)
Talk by the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Birmingham
sung by Dorothy Stanton (soprano) and Muriel Gale (contralto)
0 sleep, why dost thou leave me ?
Return, 0 God of hosts (Samson) Only a loving heart (Scipione)
DOROTHY STANTON AND MURIEL GALE
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
Short story, written for broadcasting by S. L. Bensusan , and read by the author.
and the Dance Orchestra, with Paula Green ,- Sid Buckman , and Ken Beaumont
(Leader, Byron Brooke ), conductor, Montague Birch
From the Pavilion, Bournemouth
Some recent records of good jazz
Fifty years ago a seaside holiday meant pierrots and pantaloons. One of the first pierrots was Edwin Adeler , who talks about his struggles out of which grew the concert party as it is known today
by H. Walford Davies , for voices, strings, and piano. Marjorie Hayward String Quartet, and John Wills (piano). BBC Singers : conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Morning Song with Hymn to Pan
The Shepherd's Wife's Song (Greene,
Sweet Content (Dekker, 1570 P-1637)
A Dialogue of Clorinda and Damon
A Dialogue of Dorinda and Thyrsis
Evening Song (Fletcher)
(Studio Service in Welsh). Cymerir y Gweddiau o'r lIyfr Bob Bore o Newydd '
'Gilla backer and his Horse', an old Irish story, retold as a play by Kenlis Taylour
You may remember other plays about the hero of Irish legend, Fionn MacComhal. Today's play tells the story of a strange adventure with a giant and his magic horse.
' Fuel Flash' for housewives, and National and Regional announcements
Featuring Michael Regan and Ann (she knows all the wrong answers), and Boompsie, their dog. Presented by Eric Spear. (Special
Conducted by Rae Jenkins.
in ' Anything for a Change '. Second of six diversions, with Winifred Oughton , Ewart Scott , Bill Stephens , and Joan Young. Singers, Bettie Bucknelle and Tom Lynch. BBC Revue Orchestra : conductor Mansel Thomas. Produced by Reginald Smith
On the third anniversary of the outbreak of war : ' Ordeal by Battle ', the story of the British people during the first three years of the Second World War. General editor, Robert Barr. Music under the direction of George Walter. Narrator, James McKechnie. Produced by John Glyn-Jones
Service of Prayer and Dedication
Call to Worship
Before Jehovah's awful throne (A. and M.
516 ; C.H. 230)
Confession and Absolution The Lord's Prayer Lesson
Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Vaughan
Address by the Right.
Rev. C. W. G. Taylor , D.D., Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
Lord, while for all mankind we pray
(S.P. 320 ; C.H. 633)
Address by the Most
Rev. William Temple , D.D., Archbishop of Canterbury
Shepherd divine, our wants relieve (A. and M. 248)
Prayers of Intercession and Dedication
Rise up, 0 men of God (S.P. 635
The Lesson is read, and the Intercessions taken, by the Rev. J. S. Whale , D.D., Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council.
Rev. C. W. G.
Rev. J. S.
String Quartet in D played by the Menges String Quartet
and his Band, with Pat MacCormack , Bette Roberts , Don Rivers , Harry Kay , Maureen, and The Loss Chords