and Home Service programme summary
Sankey's Castle Works Band : conductor, Cyril I. Yorath
Ninth of a series of gramophone programmes
Larghetto (Piano Concerto No. 2, In
F minor) ; Piano Concerto No. 1, in E' minor (Chopin) : Arthur Rubinstein and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli
for St. George's Day, from Huddersneld Parish Church
Introductory commentary National Anthem
Before Jehovah's awful throne (A. and M. 616 ; C.H. 230)
Worship and Thanksgiving Psalm 122
Lesson : Micah 4, w. 1-4
Uprouae, ye Christian people (St.
George's Society hymn)
Address by Canon J. W. Woodhouse
Lord, while for all mankind we pray
(S.P. 320 ; C.H. 633)
Rejoice. 0 land (S.P. 631) Blessing
Organist, Constance Eaglefleld Hull
played by Nina Milkina (piano)
John Blore and his Orchestra
' About the Polka' : talk by Edwin Evans. Pianist, Alfred Kitchin
. Conductor, Harry Mortimer
Conductor, Guy Warrack
by Dilys Powell
No. 52 — Second Anniversary number. Introduced by Wilfred Eley , with A. G. Street , Ralph Wightman , S. P. B. Mais , Desmond Hawkins , and men and women from the countryside of Great Britain. Edited and produced by Francis Dillon
S. P. B.
by G. E. Blackman of the Imperial College of Science and Technology
This is the first of three talks to be given by G. E. Blackman on alternate Sundays, the others being on May 7 and 21 On the intervening Sundays listeners will be able to follow the fortunes of ' Radio Allotment'.
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Band of the King's Own Scottish Borderers : conductor, Mr. W. H. FitzEarl
Mr. W. H.
A programme for the English on St. George's Day, 1944. Narrator, R.S.M. Bernard Fishwick. Music arranged and conducted by Victor Hely-Hutchinson , and performed by the BBC Augmented Revue Orchestra and Chorus, and men of Ack-Ack Command. Programme arranged and produced by Laurence Gilliam and Louis MacNeice
The setting is a Services concert, at which men of. the Army. Navy, and R.A.F. are listening to a medley of popular and traditional English tunes, ranging from ' Knocked em in the Old Kent Road ' to ' Land of Hope and Glory . To five contrasted members of this audience of fighting men. all on the eve of action, these songs, evoke memories and associations which build a composite picture of England and the English at this deeisive moment in history.
Christians meet to answer listeners' questions. Today's team : Dr. J. W. Welch (in the chair), Canon F. A. Cockin ,
Mary Trevelyan , Fr. Agnellus Andrew
, Professor C. H. Dodd.
The new ' Anvil ' broadcasts Include questions sent in as a result of last quarter's broadcasts on ' Man's Dilemma and God's Answer Today's three questions include one on whether the building of massive cathedrals is compatible with the simple teaching of Jesus, and one on whether the present decay of common honesty is due to people having lost belief in Christianity.
Dr. J. W.
Canon F. A.
Professor C. H.
Hanes sefydlu'r Gymdeitha? Gymraeg, dathliad Dydd Gwyl Dewi , chwarae Rugby etc. Cyflwynir y rhaglen gan Dillwyn Miles. (Recorded Welsh programme from Palestine)
Serial play: David Copperfield ', by Charles Dickens. Adapted for the microphone in five episodes by Philip Wade and John Benson. Produced by Derek McCulloch. Episode 2—' David Grows Up '
David Gopperfleld, the boy:
David Copperfield, the man:
Miss Betsey Trotwood:
No. 64 : 'Dickens's London'. Written by Michael Barsley , and produced by D. G. Bridson
Nobody is a more conscientious sight-seer than the American doughboy and today London is full of them. One of their greatest interests is the London pictured so vividly in the novels of Charles Dickens. How has it changed ? Which of the old landmarks have survived the blitz ? What are our links today with Mr". Micawber and Mrs. Gamp ? In this programme. listeners in Britain and America hear the story for tlfemselves and follow Jack Hooley , an American in London, and Herbert Hodge , the well-known London, taxi-driver, in a tour of a London in which Dickens himself would have been fascinated to join.
' What is Leprosy ? ', by ' The Radio Doctor'
Some everyday philosophy by 'Joe'
for St. George's Day, conducted by Archbishop Lord Lang
Reading : Isaiah 51, vv. 4-16 Thanksgiving
Soldiers of Christ, arise (A. and M.
270 ; C.H. 534)
Reading : Micah 6, w. 6-8 Confession
Psalm 33, 13-21 Intercessions
A Hymn for King and Nation (
Eric Tinman )
Act of Dedication
Father in heaven (S.P. 488 ; C.H. 647) Blessing
Appeal on behalf of the British Empire Leprosy Relief Association, by a doctor from a Leper Settlement in Nigeria
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged. and should be addressed to [address removed].
by William Shakespeare. Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe , with incidental music by Mendelssohn . Produced by Val Gielgud. Part 1
(by permission of H. M. Tennent,
Ltd.) (by permission of Jack de Leon)
' The Good Shepherd '. Pealm 23 :
St. John 10, vv. 1-16 ; The God of love (S.P. 653) ; Hebrews 13, vv. 20 and 21
Music of the comic opera by Edward German , with lyrics by Basil Hood
BBC Theatre Chorus. BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson
Ear] of Essex:
Sir Walter Raleigh: