and Home Service programme summary
and his Players, introducing Vernon Adcock (xylophone)
Ammanford Silver Band : conductor, D. Williams
Violin Concerto in E (Bach) : Huberman and 'the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Issay Dobrowen
Ofgan Concerto in B flat (Handel) : Dr. Ernest Bullock and Orchestra
followed by Programme Parade
» Conducted by Monsignor R. L. Smith
Theme : ' Fullness of Living ' Prayers Address Prayer
When heaven and earth were vet unmade
(New W.H. 68 ; A. and M. 162)
0 strength and stay (New W.H. 166 ; A. and M. 12)
Monsignor R. L.
Sung by Mary Jarred (contralto)
Gift of Imagination
Spring Morning ,
I breathed the breath of blossoms red Jack and Jill Earthly Life
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
Mosco Camer talks about ' Problems of Modem Music '
Conducted by Harold Lowe
by Dilys Powell
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
Stephen Williams introduces, with gramophone records, some of the great comic characters of opera
100The Choir of. New College, Oxford, under the direction of Dr. H. K. Andrews , . sings music by R. Vaughan Williams : introduced by Sir Hugh Allen
Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Psalm 90) Come, Holy Spirit (Whitsuntide hymn)
Antiphon : Let all the world in every corner sing
Dr. H. K.
C. H. Middleton
(Fifth of' a series of six) : Lionel Tertis (viola) ; Solomon (piano); Betty Bannerman (contralto)
Play by Blair, produced by Howard Rose (by permission of H. M. Tennent Ltd.)
Others taking part are Dermot Cathie , Foster Carlin , Sybil Arun dale, John Dodsworth , John Garley , William Trent , Wilfred Babbage , and Heron Carvic
Lord of the Manor:
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.
Sgwrs gan y Parchedig Gwilym Davies. (Talk in Welsh)
Play : ' The Story of Joseph ', by L. du Garde Peach. Produced by . John Keir Cross; Part 2 —'Joseph and his Brethren'
No. 57—' Devon in Spring': a picture of Devon from a farm on Exmoor, the prison on Dartmoor, and from the coast, with Walter Bames , a Devon fisherman, as the narrator. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne.
' What is Blood Transfusion ? ', by ' The Radio Doctor '
Talks by a factory inspector, C. Conway Plumbe : 2-' Out of Shadow'
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Frederick Harvey (baritone), 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
Conducted by the Bishop of Hull Theme : ' Abide in me and I in you '
Holy, holy, holy (A. and M. 160 ; C.H. 1) Address
Abide with me (A. and M. 27 ; C.H. 286) Reading Prayers
The king of love (A. and M. 197 ; C.H.
Appeal on behalf of the Glasgow Royal Cancer Hospital, by Sir Patrick J. Dollan , D.L., LL.D.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
A radio reconstruction of a decisive action from the current war news, illustrating the Allied pattern of attack on the battlefronts of land, sea, and sky. Edited and produced by Brigid Maas.
followed by The Sunday Postscript
Radio pot-pourri of music of the Pan-American nations arranged by Julius Burger. Singers include Carmen del Rio , Isabelita Alonso , Anion Young. BBC Theatre Chorus, BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson. Commentary written by Colin Wills. (Recording of the broadcast on March 3)
Story for bedtime : 'On the Road', written by Eric Allen , and read by Frederick Allen. (Previously broadcast on October 13, 1943)
Abide in me and I in you. Psalm 34. w.
1-10 ; From St. John 6 ; Bread of heaven (A. and M. 319); St. John 15, v. 5
Quartet in A minor, Op. 29 played by the Budapest String Quartet (on records)
A light music concoction, prepared by Jack Byfield , with Olive Groves.