and Home Service programme summary
Cory Brothers' Workmen's Band : conductor, Reg. Little
Eighth of a, series of gramophone programmes
Piano Concerto in A minor
(Schumann) : Myra Hess and Orchestra
Finale (Cellp Concerto : Schumann): ,
Piatigorsky and the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by John Maud
Reading : from St. James I Address
Psalm 40, w. 1-10 Address
A safe stronghold orur God Is still
(S.P. 436 ; C.H. 526)
Reading : from St. John 14 and 20 Prayers
Judge eternal, throned In splendour
(S.P..552 ; CH. 636)
Jesus, live ! (A. and M. 140 ; S.P.
155 ; C.H. 121)
Roy Agnew plays his own compositions
The Child's Dream ; Sonata Legend ;
Three Preludes ; Country Dance
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
' Music and Meaning ' : illustrated talk by Robert Nichols
Conductor, William Haydock
(Religious Service in Gaelic)
Salm 121, air fonn ' French ' Urnuigh
Leughadh : Gniomharan 27
Salm 103, 1-4, air fonn - Coleshill '
An Searmon : An t-Oll. - Urr.
Colla Macdhomhnuill ,
Lagan-rait Salm 15, 1-3. air fonn Stornoway ' Am Beannachadh
Piano Concerto in A minor played by J. M. Sanroma , with the Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler. (Gramophone records)
by Dilys Powell
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
Let saints on earth (Thiman)
Nunc dimittis; in C (Harvey Grace)
When thou turnest away from ill
Sing praise to God (Whitlock) sung by the BBC Singers; introduced, and accompanied at the organ, by Dr. G. Thalben-Ball
Plotside broadcasts from a BBC allotment cultivated by the Outside Broadcasting Department. Commentator, Michael Standing. .. Adviser, Thomas Hay. From a London square
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Royal Artillery Band (Woolwich), conducted by Capt. 0. W. Geary , M.B.E., Director of Music, Royal Artillery
Some young people who were sent to America in 1940 and have now returned home discuss their experiences with Louise Morley and Douglas Allan
by Fyodor Dostoevsky translated
' by Elisaveta Fen. Produced by Hugh Stewart
The Girl, Nastenka:
Christians meet to answer listeners' questions. Today's team : Dr. J. W. Welch (in the chair), Canon F. A. Cockin , Miss Mary Trevelyan , Fr. Agnellus Andrew, and Professor C. H. Dodd
The new Anvil' broadcasts, which begin today, will include questions sent in as a result of the special addresses broadcast last quarter on ' Man's Dilemma and God's Answer '. This afternoon's questions include one on the social progress achieved in non-Christian Russia, one on the- Old Testament Prophets, and one suggesting that if God is all-powerful and all-seeing the responsibility for the evil in the world rests with Him.
Dr. J. W.
Canon F. A.
Ymweliad a rhai o drefl a phentref! Cymru. 9—' Rhydyfro, Cwrritawe
' David Copperfield ', ', by Charles Dickens , adapted as a play in five episodes by Philip Wade and John Benson. Produced by Derek McCulloch. Episode 1—' David Makes a Beginning'
No. 63—' Store-Buyer' : an American and a British store-buyer exchange experiences in a programme broadcast from both sides of the Atlantic. One. part, produced by the Columbia Broadcasting System of America, comes from New York. From this country a London store-buyer tells how she achieved her present position, and how the war has affected her work. Written and produced by Marjorie Banks
by C. Bull, chimney-sweep of Hungerford
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Lorely Dyer (soprano), in a programme of the kind of music heard in the Palm Court of your favourite hotel in the davs before the war. Programme produced by Fred Hartley and Douglas Lawrence
conducted by the Dean of Manchester, Dr. Garfield Williams
Jesus, where'er thy people meet (A. and M. 529 ; C,H. 247)
Reading : St. Matthew 18, vv. 1-4 Address (first part)
It fell upon a summer day (S.P. 539 ;
C.H. 80) Address
Abide with me (A. and M. 27 : C.H.
Prayers and Blessing
This service concludes the series broadcast under the title ' Man's Dilemma and God's Answer '
Appeal on behalf of the National Y.M.C.A. War Service Fund by the Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of London, Sir Frank Newson -Smith
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 battle-fronts of land, sea, and sky. Edited and produced by Brigid Maas
followed by The Sunday Postscript
Devised by George Walter and Mark H. Lubbock. Musical arrangements by George Walter. Narration written by Alan Frank , and spoken by Neil Arden. At the two pianos, Joan and Valerie Trimble. BBC Theatre Chorus. BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson.
The music is drawn from Giselle, Spectre de la Rose, Sylvia, Naila, CoppSlia, Casse-Noisette, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty. Les Sylphides, L'Apres-Midi d'un Faune, Horoscope. Façade, The Three-Cornered Hat, La Boutique Fantasque, Firebird. Petrushka. and Prince Igor
Story for bedtime : ' The Lone Piper '. In response to a number of requests, Tom Smith reads again J. B. McGeorge 's story.
' Christ is risen . Psalm 114 ; St.
Luke 24. vv 13-35 ; Good Christian men (S.P. 154) : St Matthew 28, v. 20
Allegro assai ; Tempo di minuetto ;
Allegro vivace (Sonata No. 8, in G. Op. 30. No. 3 : Beethoven) : Kreisler (violin) and Rachmaninoff (piano)
Prelude in E, Op. 32, No. 3 ; Melody
Op. 3. No 3 (Rachmanittoff) ; Scherzo (A Midsummer Night's Dream : Mendelssohn—Rachmaninoff) : Rachmaninoff (piano)
Rondo (Haffner Serenade : Mozart-
Kreisler) : Kreisler (violin)