and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Conductor, William Pethers
From the New Hippodrome, Coventry
Messages recently recorded by members of the Services in India for their relatives and friends in this country.
Coltness Works Band: conductor, George Hawkins
played by Percy Whitlock
From the Pavilion, Bournemouth
from the Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham. Conducted by the Rev. John Foster , Professor of Church History. Theme : ' The Book for the World '
Scripture Sentences Prayer of Invocation
Oh come, oh come, Immanuel (C.H. 149 ;
A. and M. 49)
The word of God incarnate (C.H. 198) Prayers .
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
Organist. Miss N. Woodward
and Dialogues, sung by Violet Carson and Dale Smith
Richard Crean Orchestra
Denis Matthews talks about Beethoven's ' Sketch-Books '
o Ebeneser, Caerdydd. (Religious Service in Welsh, from Ebeneser Chapel, Cardiff)
Gwasanaeth Arglwydd dyio yr eneiniad (535 : T6n,
Darllen : loan 6. 26-40
Gweddi Disgwyl 'rwyf ar hyd yr hirnos (349 : Ton,
Pregeth gan y Parchedig Rees Griffiths
Dan aden dy gariad mi ganaf (619 : Ton,
Organyddes, Olwen Williams ; Corfeistr,
(Cymerir yr emynau o'r Caniedydd
Gordon Whelan introduces some records from his collection
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Fritz Reiner
This 'is the eighth in this series of programmes specially recorded by the Outpost Division of the Office of War Information.
(No. 42). Fortnightly programme from the countryside introduced by Ralph Wightman. Music arranged by Frank Collinson. Recorded picture by Ludwig Koch. Produced by Francis Dillon
Piano Quintet in E flat played by Ossip Gabrilowitsch and the Flonzaley Quartet. (Gramophone records)
C. H. Middleton
(Leader, George Stratton ), conducted by Edric Cundell. Irene Scharrer (piano)
From the Cambridge Theatre, London
BBC Midland Light Orchestra : conductor, Rae Jenkins.
Play for radio by E. Eynon Evans. Produced by T. Rowland Hughes
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.
Rhaglen o ganu emynau gan gor Siloh Newydd, Eglwys yr Annibynwyr, Glandwr, o dan arweiniad Ivor Owen. Organyddes, Gwen Hayes. (Hymn-Singing in Welsh, from New Siloh Congregational Church, Landore)
Play : ' The Story of David ', by L. du Garde Peach, produced by Derek McCulloch. Part 3— ' King over Israel'
Three visits to Nigeria : Mungo Park, Scottish explorer, goes into ' Darkest Africa ' a hundred and fifty years ago ; the strange experiences of an Englishman there thirty years ago; and some impressions of' the same country today by modern travellers. Programme introduced by Norman Wooland. Script edited by Leslie Baily. BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Producer, Eric Fawcett
' Travellers' Tales ' is broadcast each week on a radio network throughout the British Commonwealth.
' What is Phlebitis ? ' by ' The Radio Doctor'
Talk by Bruce Marshall .
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Conducted by Dr. Theodore H. Robinson , Professor of Semitic Languages, University College, Cardiff, with the members of a Baptist Church in Wales Chofel Prelude
0 love of God, how strong and true
Reading1: Psalm 19
Jesu, word of God incarnate (Mozart) Address : ' Reading the Bible '
The voice of God's creation found me
(B.C.H. 199 ; A. and M. 530)
Dr. Theodore H.
Appeal on behalf of the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital (Moorfields Eye Hospital), by Esmond Knight
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Series telling of outstanding feats of arms. No. 20-' The Seventeenth Division' : story told by Howard Marshall
The Widow Woman:
Impromptu in A flat, Op. 29
Prelude in D flat, Op. 28, No. IS Scherzo in B flat minor, Op. 31 played by Joseph Weingarten (piano)
Series of three talks: 1-' Scientific Humanism', by Dr. Julian Huxley
Professor Gilbert Murray will speak on ' Classical Humanism ' on Sunday. December 12. and the Rev. J. H. Oldham will complete the series on Sunday. December 19, with a talk on ' Christian Humanism '.
' Thy word is a lantern unto my feet
Psalm 119, w. 97-104; 2 Timothy 3, v. 14—4, v. 5 ; Lord, thy word abideth (A. and M. 243) ; St. John 6, vv. 67-68
Quartet in F, Op. 135 played by the Busch Quartet. (Gramophone records)
' The Mother's Dream', by William Barnes , and 'A Trampwoman's Tragedy', by Thomas Hardy , read by Mary O'Farrell
with Nancy Evans (contralto)