Introductory music Prayer
Let us with a gladsome mind (S.P.. 12 ;
C.H. 11 : Tune, Monkland)
Prayers : The Prayer for God's Presence ; the Lord's Prayer
Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round (S.P.
48S, omitting v. 2 ; C.H. 489, omitting v. 2 : Tune, Song 1—Orlando Gibbons)
By the Wayside (The Apostles), sung by Dora Labbett , Harold Williams , Hubert Eisdell , Dennis Noble , and Robert Easton , with the Halle Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty. (Gramophone records)
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR
INFANTS : Ann Driver
11.20 SENIOR HISTORY I. European Heritage : Four men of genius : 4-'Ignatius Loyola' (1491-1556)
11.40 Interval music
11.45 PHYSICAL TRAINING (for use in classrooms), by Coleman Smith
1.50 I YSGOLION CYMRU. (For WeJsh schools). Caneuon Gwerin Cymru : cyfres gan Amy Parry-Williams i blant tua 9 oed... 8—' Caneuon Serch'. Cenir caneuon fel ' Ym Mhontypridd Mae Nghariad' a ' Titrwm Tatrwm'
2.10 HOW THINGS BEGAN : Dating the Rocks', by Honor Wyatt and Richard Palmer
2.30 Interval music
2,35 SENIOR HISTORY II : Poetry programme by Desmond Hawkins : ' Poems about Places '
from King's College, Cambridge
Antiphon : 0 most merciful (Wood) Versicles and Responses (Tomkins) Psalm 47 '
First Lesson : Proverbs 3, vv. 11-17 Magnificat (Wood in E flat-No. 2)
Second Lesson : St. Luke 9 vv. 51-62 Nunc dimittis (Wood in E flat — N0. 2) The Lord's Prayer (Robert Stones') Versicles and Responses (Tomkins)
Anthem : Expectans expectavi (Wood) Prayers
Organist, Dr. Harold Darke
with spontaneous answers to ' Any Questions ? ' : Dr. Julian Huxley , Colonel the Rt. Hon. Walter Elliot , Arnold Lunn , Leary Constantine , and Sir Patrick Dollan. Question-Master, Geoffrey Crowther Producer, Howard Thomas. (Recording to be broadcast again next Sunday afternoon at 4.15 p.m. in the Forces programme)
Rt. Hon. Walter
played by Clifford Curzon and Benjamin Britten. This is the .sixth and last of the recitals which have been given in alternate weeks, introduced by Ralph Hill
(First broadcast performance of these* two works by Benjamin Britten )
No. 6—' Big City '. Second programme from Canada in the revised Anglo-Canadian exchange series, giving a radio picture of war-time Toronto, typical of Canada's industrial war effort. Written by Len Pttersen. Produced by Frank Willis Recording of the programme previously heard in the Home Service on Saturday, October 23
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