and summary of Forces programme
(Conductor, Charles Shadwell ), with Robert Jones.
Messages recently recorded by members of the Services in East Africa for their relatives and friends. in this country.
Band of the 4th Gloucesters (Forest of Dean) Home Guard : conductor, Sergeant-Major Horace Jones
March : Punjaub - Payne
March : Death or Glory - Hail
Selection : Ronnd the Camp Fire - Maynard
March : Punchinello *. - Rimmer
March : Blaze Away - Hohmann
Selection : Minstrel Memories - arr. Rimmer
played by G. D. Cunningham
From the Town Hall, Birmingham
from Crosthivaite Church, Keswick, conducted by the Rev. J. C. Winslow
Theme : ' The Challenge of the New Day ' Prayer
Father, hear the prayer we offer (S.P. 487) Reading : Ephesians 4, vv. 1-16 Address
0 for a thousand tongues (S.P. 595) Prayers
God is working his purpose out (S.P. 300 ;
Prayer and Blessing
Organist. H. W. Brown
Rev. J. C.
(piano), on gramophone records
Falkman and his Apache Band
' The Ladder ' : Peter Latham talks about the use composers have made of scales in their works
Gramophone records of Act 2 of Smetana's opera recorded by soloists, chorus, and orchestra of the National Opera, Prague, conducted by Otakar Ostrdl
Directed by Jack Hardy
Two Violin Sonatas, played by Joseph Sjzigeti (violin) and Andor Foldes (piano). Recording of a broadcast from New York on April 9, 1943
Sonata in E minor (K.304) Sonata in A (K.526)
Followed by Miss Brew's monthly talk to the Women's Land Army
Fortnightly programme from the countryside. No. 35 — ' Visitors' Day'. Introduced by A. G. Street . Editor, Desmond Hawkins. Music arranged by Frank Collinson. Produced by Francis Dillon
plays reminiscences of Romberg's musical-comedies, at. the theatre organ
Conducted by Clarence Raybould. Joan Spencer (violin)
Comedy by James Bridie , adapted for broadcasting and produced by Moultrie Kelsall
Other characters include three felons ; sundry policemen ; a judge ; a warder ; a prison- chaplain; three, commercial travellers ; the landlord at the commercial hotel, Shulls '; a shop assistant ; Provost McGlashan. of the emporium ; and Adolf ; French Freda; Flash Dan and the goat ; four shady characters
Four talks on Second Isaiah by the Rev. H. F. D. Sparks , Lecturer in Theology in the University of Durham. 1—' His Discovery '
Rev. H. F. D.
2-' Pontrhydygroes, Sir Aberteifi
'The Land of the White Rose ', by Joan Littlewood , produced by Nan Macdonald
Wilfred takes you to his own county of Yorkshire and brings to life again old forgotten stories of the Wars of the Roses. He takes you to the fair city of York. in the days of Queen Elizabeth, and up on to the moors of the West Riding to. show you a glimpse of the Bronte family. He visits Sheffield and chats with a steel worker, Herbert Perkington , and listens to Yorkshire songs sung by Dale Smith and the Fletcher Singers. The rest of the story of this county of broad acres, too vast tp cover in one afternoon, will be told in another programme a month from today.
on gramophone records
Overture: The Marriage of Figaro
(Mozart) : London Philharmonic Orchestra : conductor, Sir Thomas Beecham
Violin Concerto in D (Prokofiev) :
Joseph Szigeti (violin), with the London Philharmonic Orchestra : conductor, Sir Thomas Beecham
The Battle of Kerzhenets (The Invisible
City of Kitezh : Rimsky-Korsakov) : Boston Symphony Orchestra : conductor, Serge Koussevitsky
Bom August 26, 1743 : guillotined May 8, 1794. Talk by Sir Harold Hartley , C.B.E., F.R.S., M.C.
Quartet, Op. 30 played by the London Belgian Piano Quartet
from the Parish Church of Great Warley, Essex, conducted by the Rev. Joseph McCulloch
Theme : ' Help thou mine unbelief Introduction
0 Lord, we trust alone in thee (.Handel) Confession of our poverty of faith, and the assurance of God's mercy
Act of Praise
Thy hand. 0 God, has guided (E.H. 545 ;
Reading : Sf. Matthew 6, vv. 24-34 Commentary
Come. ye faithful (E.H. 380) Prayer and the Lord's Prayer
Jesus calls us (E.H. 205; C.H. 500) Prayer and Blessing
God be in my head (Walford Davies)
Appeal on behalf of the Swansea General and Eye Hospital by Abe Freedman , Chairman of the Board of Management
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Stories telling of outstanding British feats of arms in this war. 6-' The Royal Air Force', by Squadron-Leader John Strachey
Conducted by Dr. J. A. G. Mantz
Dr. J. A. G.
' Lovers Meeting '. Number seventeen of the anthology series, edited by Robert Nichols and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
' Hallowed be thy name ' (iv). Psalm
96, vv. 1-6 ; 1 Kings 18, vv. 15-39 ; The Lord will come (S.P. 658) Psalm 44, v. 21
Conductor, Ian Whyte
at the organ of the Empire, Leicester Square