and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Messages recently recorded by members of the Services in East Africa for their relatives and.friends in this country
Yorkshire Copper Works Band; conductor, Nathan Sidebottom
Yorkshire Copper Works Band Conductor: Nathan
played by Percy Whitlock
From the Pavilion, Bournemouth
from H.M.S. ' Flying Fox '
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (A. and M. 176 ; C.H. 40S)
Confession and Absolution The Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses
Hark, hark, my soul (A. and M. 223 ;
Lesson :' Psalm' 107, vv. 21-31 (read by the Commanding Officer)
Creed and Prayers
Onward, Christian soldiers (A. and M.
391 ; C.H. 643)
Address by the Rev. H. J. C. Day (R.D.,
For all the saints (A. and M. 437 ; C.H.
(piano) with string orchestra. (Gramophone records)
Allegro in F minor (Bach) Rondo (Haydn)
Valse caprice (Saint-Saens)
Richard Crean and his Orchestra
John Ireland talks about Ravel's
John Ireland considers this work to be the finest of its kind of our time. It is to be performed by the Grinke Trio on Thursday at 11.0 p.m. in the Home Service.
o Penuel, Eglwys y Bedyddwyr, Bangor. (Religious Service in Welsh, from Penuel Welsh Baptist Church, Bangor)
0 chwythed yr awelon (391 : Ton, Llanrhystyd)
Darllen : Galatiaid 1, 11-24
Wei dyma hyfryd fan (236 : Ton, Glanhafren)
Gweddi Yr Arglwydd a feddwl am danaf (825 :
Pregeth gan y Parchedig Glynne Davies
Jones lesu annwyl, gad im bwyso (750 : Ton,
Blaenor y Gan, Francis Williams Organyddes, Mrs. Gwen Lewis
(Cymerir yr Emynau a'r Tonau o'r
Violin Sonatas, played by Joseph Szigeti (violin) and Andor Foldes (piano). Recording of a broadcast from New York on April 23
Sonata in A (K. 305)
Sonata in E flat (K. 380)
' Five Years of the W.V.S. talk by Mary Agnes Hamilton
Fortnightly programme from the countryside. No. 33-' Oxford-shire '. Editor, Desmond Hawkins. Music arranged by Frank Collinson. Produced by Francis Dillon. Introduced by Ralph Wightman
Nicolas Medtner , on gramophone records
Danza festiva, Op. 38, No. 3 Novelle in G. Op. 17, No.
Fairy Tale in B minor, Op. 20, No. 2
Arabesque in G minor, Op. 7, No. 3
played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra : conductor, Guy Warrack
Overture : In Autumn - Grieg
Symphony No. 2, in B flat - Svendsen
Six Scottish Dances - MacCunn
Overture : Echoes of Ossian - Gade
West Highland Comedy, by John Brandane , adapted and produced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
E J P
Captain Charlie Murray:
Series of talks dealing with some books of permanent value in the Christian tradition. 4 — Pascal's ' Pensees ', by Michael de la Bedoyere
de la Bedoyere
Sgwrs gan yr Athro Ifor Williams,
Llywydd Eisteddfod Genedlaethol
Cymru, Bangor, 1943. (Talk in Welsh)
Play : ' Grieg ', from the series ' The Music Makers', by L. du Garde Peach. Produced by May Jenkin (by permission of H. M. Tennent Ltd.)
(by permission of H. M. Tennenl Ltd.)
This year sees the centenary of the birth of Edward Grieg and this afternoon's play, an old favounte in the Childrerfs Hour, is being repeated <o celebrate the event.
Edward Griega boy:
Edward Griega man:
Ole Bull I:
Henrik Ibsen ':
Singer and pianist:
No. 26 - Charleston, West Virginia. Broadcast direct by the Columbia Broadcasting System, and heard simultaneously by listeners in Britain and America
Not to be confused with Charleston, the port of South Carolina, this Charleston, capital of the State of West Virginia, is an important centre of the anthracite mining industry. Listeners will hear about the rÃ´le these miners are playing in the war.
by William Aspden '
Operational R.A.F. air gunners and fighter pilots in an air gunnery exercise. Commentary by Gilbert Harding at an R.A.F. Flying Training Command Station.
given by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra (conductor, Rae Jenkins ), with Frank Titterton (tenor)
from Carr's Lane Church, Birmingham
The Lord's Prayer
All people that on earth do dwell (Cong.
H. 1 ; A. and M. 166 ; C.H. 229)
Lesson : St. Matthew 27, vv. 15-26 Prayers
Judge eternal, throned in splendour
(Cong. H. 565 ; C.H. 636)
Address by the Rev. Leslie J. Tizard
Fill thou my life (Cong. H. 30 ; A. and M. 705)
Organist, Cyril S. Christopher
Rev. Leslie J.
Appeal on behalf of the Royal Naval War Libraries (books for sailors), by Donald McCullough
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Second of a new series telling of outstanding British feats of arms in this war. 'The Royal Artillery': story told by Richard Dimbleby
sung by Huddie Leadbetter and Joshua White. Specially recorded in New York during the WNYC American Music Festival
'The Years': number fourteen of the series, chosen by Anthony Brown.
' Our Father which art in heaven ' (iii).
Psalm 138 ; Revelation 4 ; How shall I sing that majesty ? (S.P. 526) ; Isaiah 57, v. 15
Sixth in this series of readings from English and American authors
at the organ of the Granada, Clapham Junction
Hubert Foss introduces gramophone records of Delius in many moods