and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Overture: The Village Trial...Gretry
Passepied (Le Roi s'amuse)...Delibes
No. 2 of Three English Dances...Quilter
The Wedding of Punch and Judy...Engleman
The Lark in the Clear Air...arr. Fleming
A Country Fair (Impressions of Paris)...Ibert
Messages recently recorded by members of the Services in India for their relatives and friends in this country
Llanelly Silver Prize Band
Conductor, Bleddyn Thomas
Waltz: Evening Shadows...Bordogni
Largo al factorum...Rossini
(Euphonium soloist, Ivor Davies)
Selection: Der Freischutz (The Marksman)...Weber
Llanelly Silver Prize
played by G.D. Cunningham
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor...Bach
Finale in D...Lemmens
from the Methodist Church, Crown Terrace, Aberdeen.
Conducted by the Rev. W.L. Doughty
Christ whose glory fills the skies (Methodist Hymnbook 924: Tune, 'Novicum', No. 35; C.H. 261; A. and M. 7)
First Lesson: Malachi 3, vv. 13-18
Oh for a thousand tongues to sing (Methodist Hymnbook 1 : Tune, 'Richmond', No. 305; C.H. 166; A. and M. 522)
Second Lesson: St. Matthew 13, vv. 31-36; St. Luke 17, vv. 20 and 21
Turn back, O man (Methodist Hymnbook 912; S.P. 329)
Love divine, all loves excelling (Methodist Hymnbook 431: Tune, Lux Eoi, No. 706; C.H. 479; A. and M. 520)
Service conducted by:
Rhapsody in B minor, Op. 79, No. 1
Intermezzos: in A flat, Op. 76, No. 3; in B flat minor, Op. 117, No. 2; in C, Op. 119, No. 3
Played by John Pauer (piano)
John Blore and his Orchestra
John Blore and his
Julian Herbage talks about Arnold Bax's Seventh Symphony which is to be performed tonight in honour of the composer's sixtieth birthday (November 8)
Eglwys Bresbyteraidd, Charing Cross, Llundain.
(Religious Service in Welsh, from Charing Cross Presbyterian Church, London)
Trefn y Gwasanaeth
Mi af ymlaen yn nerth y nef (113 : Ton Grafenburg)
Darlien: loan 14, vv. 1-14
Pa feddwl, pa 'madrodd, pa ddawn (228: Ton, Salome)
Pregeth gan y Parchedig E. Gwyn Evans
Rhagluniaeth fawr y nef (59: Ton, Builth)
Organydd, Geraint Howell
(Cymerir yr emynau o Lyfr a Thonau y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd)
Richard Hamilton introduces some records from his collection
The New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli: fourth in this series of programmes specially recorded by the Outpost Division of the Office of War Information
Capriccio espagnole - Rimsky-Korsakov
Violin Concerto in G minor (second and third movements) - Max Bruch
Parade - Abram Charins
New York Philharmonic
Fortnightly programme from the countryside.
Introduced by Ralph Wightman.
Music arranged by:
Gramophone records of music by this famous Austrian composer, introduced by Mosco Carner
by C.H. Middleton and F.G. Stevens, well-known up and down the country in connection with the 'Dig for Victory' campaign.
(Leader, Norris Stanley): guest conductor, Heinz Unger.
Henry Holst (violin)
Overture: Athalia - Mendelssohn
2.38 Violin Concerto in B minor - Elgar
3.27 app. Interval
3.37 app. Symphony No. 6, in F (The Pastoral) - Beethoven
From the Town Hall, Birmingham
During the interval Henry Havergal talks about 'Programme Music'
City of Birmingham
at the organ of the Ritz, New Southgate
Series of talks, dealing with events of religious significance in the life of the nation, and with the work of the Churches at home and abroad, by the Rev. Nathaniel Micklem, D.D.
The Rev. Nathaniel
Ymwelaid a rhai o drefi a phentrefi Cymru.
(Recorded programme in Welsh)
"The Cat and the Mouse," by Richard Hughes, told by Eileen
Songs by the choir of Westonbirt School
"Tinker, Tailor," by Berta Lawrence, told by George Holloway
Author (The Cat and the Mouse):
The choir of Westonbirt
Author (Tinker, Tailor):
Reader (Tinker, Tailor):
Play by Meg Seaton , produced by Fred O'Donovan
Percy Bysshe Shelley:
Harriet Shelley (by permission of H. M. Tennent Ltd.):
Jane (Clare) Clairmont:
Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin:
'Are you allergic?', by 'The Radio Doctor'
Talk by the Hon. Andrew Shirley, manager of a well-known circulating library and bookshop.
at the 'Freedom Club'
Tonight a number of Allies who have escaped from occupied Europe are holding a party to celebrate the National Day of Russia.
Entertainment is provided by fellow members of the 'Freedom Club', including W. Moskalyk, Dela Lipinskaya, A. Onegin, and Anna Marly (Russia), Sophie Schonning (Norway), Otakar Kraus (Czechoslovakia), Marian Zigmunt (Poland), and representatives from France, Belgium, and Greece.
Host and Hostess, Wilfred Babbage and Joan Clark.
The Continental Orchestra, under the direction of Lionel Falkman.
from St. Margaret's, Durham, arranged in collaboration with the British Legion
Praise, my soul, the king of heaven (A. and M. 298; C.H. 21)
Confession and Absolution
The Lord's Prayer
Lesson: Wisdom 3, vv. 1-10 (read by Captain E. G. Jones, Durham Branch of the British Legion)
Stand up and bless the Lord (A. and M. 706; C.H. 233)
Prayers and Thanksgiving
O valiant hearts (S.P. 293)
Address by Canon D.E. Sturt, M.C., O.C.F
Jesus shall reign (A. and M. 220; C.H. 388)
Appeal on behalf of the British Legion and the Earl Haig Fund, Scottish Branch, by H.R.H. the Duke of Gloucester
Contributions for work in England, Wales, and Ireland should be addressed to [address removed], and for Scotland to [address removed]. All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged.
H.R.H. The Duke of
Series telling of outstanding feats of arms.
Story told by Colin Wills
(bom November 8, 1883)
In honour of his sixtieth birthday (November 8), the BBC Symphony Orchestra (conductor, Sir Adrian Boult) plays his Symphony No. 7, in A flat (dedicated to the People of the United States of America)
'Things Past': number 22 in the anthology series chosen by Desmond MacCarthy, and produced by Douglas Cleverdon.
'Thy will be done', From Psalm 27; St. Matthew 26, vv. 36-54; My God, my Father, make me strong (S.P. 583); St. Matthew 26, v. 39
at the organ of the Odeon Theatre, Manchester
Quartet in B flat, Op. 130 played by the Budapest String Quartet.
A light music concoction, prepared by Jack Byfield.