and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Exercises for men : Coleman Smith
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the . pianos, Barbara Laing and Andrew Bryson.
Gramophone records of his-Concertos
Rev. R. P. Cavendish , Rector of Clovelly, North Devon
Rev. R. P.
' Mrs. Buggins' (Mabel Constan duros)
at the organ of the Ritz Cinema, Belfast
Talk written by Lynn Doyle , and read by R. H. MacCandiess
Introductory music Prayer
To the name of our salvation (A. and M.
179, vv. 1, 2, 5, 6 ; C.H. 164, vv. 1, 2, 4, 5 : Tune, Oriel)
Prayers : The Prayer of St. Richard ; the Lord's Prayer
Thy Kingdom come, 0 God (A. and M.
217 ; C.H. 152 : Tune, St. Cecilia)
played by the Sadler's Well Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert . (Gramophone records)
from page 29 of ' New Every Morning ' and page 52 of ' Each Returning Day '. God is working his purpose out ; Psalm 126 ; Metrical Psalm 121
Reg. Pursglove and his Orchestra
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR INFANTS : Ann Driver
11.20 SENIOR HISTORY 1. 'European Heritage' : What do other nations remember ? Hungary remembers the Battle of Mohacz (1526)—a battle that has been remembered in a song and a proverb : by" Ferencz Kormendi
11.40 Interval music
11.45 PHYSICAL TRAINING (for use in classrooms), by Edith Dowling
Conducted by Captain S. Rhodes , Director of Music, Scots Guards
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain.
Topical talk, or a recorded repeat of one of last week's talks
Cello Sonata in D, Op. 102, No. 2 played by John Shinebourne (cello), and John Wills (piano)
1.50 I YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh schools). ' Cane,uon Gwerin Cymru ' : cyfres gan Amy Parry-Williams i blant tua 9 oed. 4-' Caneuon* Chwarae '
2.10 HOW THINGS BEGAN : ' Gbihg Ashore ', by Honor Wyatt
2.30 Interval music
2.35 SENIOR ENGLISH 11. Poetry programme by Robert Gittings : ' The Ancient Mariner', a poem of the imagination, by S. T. Coleridge
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
from Truro Cathedral : sung by the choristers of St. Paul's Cathedral
Versicles and Responses Psalm 66
First Lesson : Maccabees 4, vv. 1-11
Office Hymn : Palms of Glory (A. and M...445)
Magnificat (Hopkins in B flat)
Second Lesson : St. John 18, w. 28-40 - Nunc dimittis (Hopkins in B fiat) Creed and Collects
King of glory (Harris) Prayers
Organist, Sidney Lovett
The Rev. J. W. Jackson talks about an industrial parish in war-time
Rev. J. W.
from the Norfolk Hotel, Bourne-mouth, with Sylvia Welling , Ronald Frankau , and Alfred Jupp and his Orchestra. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
' Jeffer's Little Job', written and read by Peter Braidwood. (Previously broadcast on Dec. 29, 1942)
(Welsh Children's Hour). ' Cerddor Dyffryn Ceri '. Rhaglen gan Tom Hughes Jones i ddathlu canmlwyddiant y cerddor D. Emlyn Evans. Cenir rhai o'i ganeuon gan gor plant ysgolion Machynlleth, o dan arwei-. niad Llewelyn Jenkins
' Young Artists' : Malcolm Latchem , Jean Jackson , Elizabeth Beasley , Clive Whittock , and Chloe Taunton entertain you
National and Regional announcements
Symphony No. 3, in F played by the BBC Northern Orchestra, conducted by Julius Harrison
Like Brahms , Dvorak did not venture upon the difficult task of writing a symphony until he felt sure of his powers. His first three symphonies were composed during the years 1874-5. They show a remarkable maturity of technique and thought and spontaneity of invention. The No. 3, in F, is a happily conceived work full of melodic charm and rhythmic vigour. It is dedicated to Hans von Billow, who in a letter of thanks to the composer said : 'A dedication from you, who-next to Brahms -are the most God-inspired composer of the day, is a higher distinction than any kind of decoration bestowed by a prince ; I accept this honour with the heartiest thanks '.
(No. 10). Magazine for Scottish listeners, edited by Edwin Muir. Produced by Robert Kemp
with Revnell and West ; also Bert Platt , Bertram Dench , Lauri Lupino Lane, Margaret Eaves- and Stephen Manton , and the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Produced by Max Kester.
with spontaneous answers to 'Any Questions ? ' Dr. Julian Huxley ; Dr. Malcolm Sargent ; Sir William Dar ling (Lord Provost of Edinburgh) ; Jennie Lee , and Frank Owen. Tonight's Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas. (Recording : to be 'broadcast again next Sunday at 4.15 p.m.)
The Colonial Empire : a series of discussions. 3. — ' Nutrition and Agriculture '
played by Denis Matthews. This is the fourth in the series of six recitals being given in alternate weeks, introduced by Ralph Hill
The next recital in this series will be on Saturday, October 30, at 7.0 p.m., when the pianist will be Leslie England.
Series of six talks on the relations between men and women. 4—'Freedom and Disciptine', by the Rev. G. L. Russell
Another Elysian dialogue written for broadcasting by Eric Linklater , and produced by Val Gielgud
Flying Officer Arden:
Bishop Nikolai Grundtvig:
Sergeant Peter Arden: