and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
plays popular music for organ Next Sunday at the same time Dr.
Thalben-Ball will give the second in his series of three recitals
Praise to the holiest in the height (A. and M. 172 ; C.H. 32)
First Lesson : from Psalm 103 Prayers Psalm 8
Second Lesson : St...Matthew 18, vv. 1-4 Address by John Maud , C.B.E., Master of Birkbeck College, University of London
Now thank we all our God (A. and M.
379 ; C.H. 29)
Father all-seeing, friend of all creation
William Glock talks on one of the greatest works of the Golden Age of English music-William Byrd's Five-part Mass
Troise and his Banjoliers
Conductor, Reginald Jacques
(Religious Service in Welsh). 0 Gapel Cynulleidfaol Bethel Newydd, Garnant
O lesu mawr, rho'th anian bur (210)
DarHen, Job xxviii, 12-28 Gweddi
0 lesu ! Anwylyd y Tad (638)
Pregeth gan y Parch. Oswald R. Davies Mi wn fod fy Mhrynwr yn fyw (653) Organydd, L. James Thomas
Arweinydd y Gan : Robert Michael
' Who cares what I think ? ' Two men and two women argue whether ordinary people's opinions count or not
Sonata in D (K.306) played by Max Rostal (violin) and Franz Osborn (piano)
Second of a series of gramophone programmes in which you hear favourite pieces of eminent composers and the reason for their choice. Today's programme is devoted to the choice of Eric Coates , and is presented by Eric Gillett
Fortnightly programme from the countryside. 11—' Hereford'. Guest editor, S. P. B. Mais. Music arranged by Frank Collinson. Producer, Francis Dillon
S. P. B.
in which radio brings to life curious events of the past and present. Edited and produced by C. F. Meehan
C. H. Middleton
Myra Hess , with the BBC Symphony Orchestra (leader, Paul Beard ) : conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Symphony No. 35, in D (Haffner).....Mozart Piano Concerto No. 4, in G Beethoven
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
by Thomas Hardy , adapted by Sybil Clarke. Produced by Howard Rose
(Gwen Ffrangcon Davies and David Peel broadcast by permission of H. M. Tcnnenl, Ltd.)
Talk by the Chief Rabbi, the Very Rev. J. H. Hertz , Ph.D., LL.D.
Rev. J. H.
(Welsh Children's Hour). Newid byd. Rhaglen gan noddedigion a ddaeth i fyw bentref yng Ngogledd Cymru
Eleventh of a play sequence specially written for Children's Hour by Dorothy L. Sayers, and produced by Val Gielgud
Talk by Sir Bernard Docker , K.B.E.
Talk by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Programme taking you behind the scenes in a little-known war industry. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
Let us arise and watch by night Prayers
Motet : 4t is I, be not afraid (Dixon) Epistle : Ephesians 4, vv. 1-6
Address by Monsignor R. L.-Smith
Lead, kindly Light (N.W.H. 191 ; A. and M. 266 ; C.H. 568)
Gospel : St. Matthew 22, vv. 35-46
Firmly I believe and truly (N.W.H. 185 ;
Motet : Praise to the Holiest (Dixon)
(N.W.H. 186 ; A. and M. 172 ; C.H. 32)
The words of the hymns and of the two motets in this service arc by Cardinal Newman.
Appeal on behalf of the Birmingham Accident Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Norman Tiptaft , J.P.
The Birmingham Accident Hospital, which gives a twenty-four hours' a day service for seven days a week, took over the Birmingham Queen's- Hospital in April 1941. The new venture is a voluntary undertaking which is governed by representatives of the Birmingham City Council, the University, the Trades Unions, and the employers. The special Rehabilitation Centre which is being- built with the help of local industry will ensure that in the case of industrial accident the injured party will be specially refiued to return to his particular work. The Surgeon-in-Chief of the hospital, who had a distin guished career in London, has now set up an organisation to provide for the succour of 60,000 accident cases a year.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Written and produced by Royston Morley _
plays Schubert's Piano Sonata in B flat (Op. posth.)
Talk by Sir Max Beerbohm , LL.D.
'Blessed are the peacemakers Psalm 34, vv. 1-4 ; Isaiah 11, vv. 1-9 0 brother man. fold to thy heart thy brother; St. Matthew 5, V. 9
Sir Edward Elgar. Sixth and last of a series of gramophone programmes presented by Boyd Neel
and his Sextet, with Alfred Hepworth
played by Gwendolen Mason