and Home Service programme summary
Directed by Albert Sandier , with Anna parley and her guitar, in a programme of Continental music, gay and sentimental.
Black Dyke Mills Band : conductor, Arthur 0. Pearce
on gramophone records
Piano Concerto, in D minor (Bach):
Alexandre Borowsky and the Lamoureux Concert Orchestra
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, in D (Bach) Busch Chamber Players
from the Chapel of Westminster College, Cambridge, conducted by Dr. C. H. Dodd
Theme: The word of renewal
When all thy mercies (C.H. 26 ; A. and M.
The head that once was crowned with thorns (C.H. 131 ; A. and M. 301)
Reading : Ephesians I, vv. 15-20; 2, w. 4-10
Judge eternal (C.H. 636 ; S.P. 552) Prayers
Praise to the Lord (C.H. 22 ; A and M.
Dr. C. H.
Piano duets, played 'by Howard Ferguson and Denis Matthews
Andantino varie in B minor, Op. 84, No. 1 March in C. Op. 121, No. 1
Richard Crean and his Orchestra
Sixteenth-century polyphony in relation to the modem world. Talk by the Rev. Dom J. B. McElligott , O.S.B. Illustrations, by Byrd, Ingegneri, and Lassus, have been specially recorded by the BBC Singers, under the direction of the Rev. Dom J. B. McElligott
Rev. Dom J. B.
Rev. Dom J. B.
Violin Sonata No. 1, in E minor played by Vera Kantrovitch (violin) and Eric Gritton (piano)
c Ebeneser, Capel yr Annibynwyr, Caerdydd. (Religious Service in Welsh, from Ebeneser Congregational Chapel, Cardiff)
Trefn v Gwasanaeth
Chwythed yr awel denau lem (158 : Ton,
Darllen, Esaiah 26, 1-13
Gweddi Arglwydd , danfon Dy leierydd (415 : Ton,
Pregeth gan y Parchedig H. Elfed Lewis Wele wrth y drws yn curo (353: Ton,
Organyddes, Sarah A. Parry ; Arweinydd y Gan, Abel Thomas
(Cymerir yr emynau o'r
David McCallum plays popular light pieces written or transcribed for the fiddle
by Dilys Powell
No. 48 of a fortnightly programme from the countryside. Introduced by Ralph Wightman. Music arranged by Frank Collinson. Edited and produced by Francis Dillon
(bom February 27, 1848). The Musician-the Man-the Squire.
A section of the Gloucester Festival Chorus, conducted by Dr. W. K. Stanton. Programme introduced by Sir Hugh Allen. From Sir Hubert's home, Highnam Court, Gloucester
Dr. W. K.
C. H. Middleton
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
City of Coventry ; Sankey's Castle Works ; Amington : conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
(bass), on gramophone records
An Eriskay Love Lilt (Songs of the Hebrides ' Kennedy-Fraser)
Night (Russian Folk Song : arr. Alexattdroff)-
Go down1, Moses (Burleigh) ; Were you s there ? (arr. Burleigh)
Talk dealing with some recent religious books, by the Rev. F. E. England, Ph.B.
Rhaglen o ganu emynau o'r Tabernacle, Caergybi, o dan arweiniad David Lloyd Williams. Cyflwynir yr emynau gan y Parchedig E. Wynn Jones. Organydd, Russell Sheppard. (Hymn-singing in Welsh, from Tabernacle Chapel, Holyhead)
Play : ' The Story of Joseph', by L. du Garde Peach. Produced by John Keir Cross. Part 1—' Sold into Egypt'
No. 56—' Small-Town Newspaper Editor '. Programme, broadcast from both sides of the Atlantic, written by Esther MacCracken and produced by Marjorie Banks
An American and a British editor exchange experiences, The American part of the broadcast, produced .by CBS, comes from a small town in the U.S. The British spokesman is the editor of, the Rugby Advertiser .
This is a recording of a programme broadcast in America earlier this evening.
' What is Cramp ? ' by ' The Radio Doctor'
First of three talks by a factory inspector, C. Conway Plumbe :
, ' Introducing Your Obedient Servant '
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Barbara Mullen (soprano), in a programme of the kind of music heard in the Palm Court of your favourite hotel in the days before the war. Programme
.produced by Fred Hartley and Douglas Lawrence
from North Momingside Church, Edinburgh, conducted by the Rev. James S. Stewart
Theme ' The Living Christ'
Sentences and Prayer of Invocation
Paraphrase 61 ; B.ess'd be the everlasting
God (Tune : Bishopthorpe) .
Lesson : Revelation 1, vv. 9-18
Let saints on earh in concert sing (C.H.
227 ; A. and M. 221)
Rejoice, the Lord is King (C.H. 136 ; A.' and M. 202)
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
(C.H. 289 ; A. and M. 477)
Organist, J. Bennett McNeill
Appeal on behalf of Combined Theatrical Charities, by Tommy Handley
This appeal covers both the dramatic and the Variety branches of the profession, and is shared by the Actors' Benevolent Fund, the Variety Artistes' Benevolent Fund, the Variety Artistes' Ladies Guild, and the Theatrical Ladies' Guild
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Radio reconstruction of a decisive action from the current war news. Edited and produced by Brigid Maas
by William Shakespeare. Adapted for broadcasting by Hugh Stewart , with incidental music by William Walton. Produced by Val Gielgud.
Other parts played by Alexander Sarner , Alan Blair , Lucille Lisle , and Heron Carvic
Duncan, King of Scotland:
His sons : Malcolm:
His sons : Danalbain:
His generals : Macbeth:
His generals : Banquo:
Neblemen of Scotland : Macduff:
Neblemen of Scotland : Lennox:
Neblemen of Scotland : Ross:
Neblemen of Scotland : Angus:
Fleance, son to Banquo:
Siward, Earl of Northumberland:
Young Siward, his son:
Gentlewoman attending on Lady Macbeth:
Three Witches ::
Three Witches ::
Three Witches ::
"The Living Christ'. From Psalm 118; From 1 Corinthians 15 ; Alleluia I hearts to heaven (A. and M. 137 ; 1 Peter 1, v. 3
Story for bedtime : ' The Butterfly ', specially written for broadcasting by Martin Armstrong , and read by the author
Directed by Jack Hardy. Stephen Manton (tenor)