and Home Service programme summary
and his Mandoliers, with Ivor Adams and Doreen Browning.
Clydebank Burgh Band: conductor, C. Telfer
Tenth of a series of gramophone programmes
Piano Concertos : No. 1 in E flat; No. 2 in A (Liszt) : Emil Sauer (piano) and the Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoires, Paris, conducted by Felix Weingartner
United Service, from Sardis Congregational Church, Pontypridd
All people that on earth do dwell
(Cong. Hymnary, 1 ; C.H. 229 ; S.P. 443)
Scripture Reading : Matthew 20, w.
Fill thou my life, 0 Lord my God
(Cong. Hymnary, 30 ; S.P. 492)
The Lord's Prayer
Take my life and let, it be (Cong.
Hymnary, 487 ; C.H. 512 ; S.P. 257)
Address by the Rev. Emlyn Davies
Lord, while for all mankind we pray
(Cong. Hymnary, 557 ; C.H. 633 ; S.P. 320)
Introductory Service conducted by the Rev. H. Gwyn Lewis
Precentor and Organist,
Rev. H. Gwyn
sung by Astra Desmond (contralto)
Invocation ; The Sands of Dee ; Insouciance ; Pastorale (Song without words) ; The Little Bells of Seville
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
Frank Merrick talks about Bax's Piano Sonatas, from which he plays illustrations
o Ebeneser, Eglwys y. Methodistiaid, Caemarfon. (Religious
Service in Welsh, from Ebeneser Methodist Church, Caernarvon) Trefn y Gwasanaeth
Ti, Dduw unig ddoeth, y goleuni a'th gel (93 : Ton, Caernarfon)
Darllen : Exodus 3, 1-10
Gweddi Disgyn , lor, a rhwyga'r nefoedd. (269:
Pregeth gan y Parchedig Joseph
Arhosaf yng nghysgod fy Nuw
(634 : Ton, Cleveland) ,
Arweinydd y Gan, Walter Thomas ; organydd. W. Huxley Thomas
(Cymerir yr Emynau o Lyfr Emynau a Thonau y Methodistiaidd Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd)
Variations sérieuses, in D minor,
Op. 54 -
Song without Words, Op. 19, No. 1 Characteristic Piece, Op. 7, No. 7 played by Isabel Gray (piano)
by Dilys Powell
by Alexander Werth * (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
(piano), on gramophone records
Ballade in A flat, Op. 47 (Chopin) Jardins sous la plme (Debussy)
Plotside broadcasts from a BBC allotment cultivated by the Outside Broadcasting Department. Commentator, Michael Standing. Adviser, Thomas Hay. From a London square
Violin Sonata in G, Op. 78 played by Albert Sammons (violin) and Gerald Moore (piano)
Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band : conductor, Albert Badrick
(Leader, Norris Stanley) : conductor, George Weldon
From the Town Hall, Birmingham
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 , Professor C. H. Dodd. (BBC recording)
Today's questions include : ' What do you mean by claiming that religion is a stronghold of reason ? Is not the first demand that religion makes on you essentially unreasonable — a demand for faith in. something that cannot be proved ? ' ; and ' What answer would you give to a child of five who asked, " Does God look after the German planes ? " '
Dr. J. W.
Canon F. A.
Professor C. H.
' Anadliad o Lanidloes '. Rhaglen gan Gor Unedig Eglwysi'r Dref (dan arweiniad David Meredydd ), i goflo am y ' Millsiaid '. Yr oedd y teulu ymysg arloeswyr pwysicaf caniadaeth y cysegr gan mlynedd yn 61. (Hymn-singing in Welsh, from China Street Chapel, Llanidloes)
Serial play: David Copperfield ', by Charles Dickens , adapted by Philip Wade and John Benson. Produced by Derek McCulloch. Episode 3—' Uriah Heep Has Expectations '.
Miss Betsey Trotwood:
No.65 -Â ' Housewives ' : an American and a Welsh housewife tell the stories of their life in war-time in a programme broadcast from both sides of the Atlantic. Both have husbands serving away from home, and both combine the care of their children and home duties with other war-work. The American half of the programme is written by Allen Sloane and produced by John Becker : the second part is written and produced in Wales by Nan Davies
Life on the airfields of the Tactical Air Forces now training in this country : recorded by Wing Commander C. S. Morice , M.C.
Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra, with Norman Allin (bass), 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
for Industrial Sunday, from Bulwell Parish Church, Nottingham, conducted by the Rev. R. P. Tinsley
Act of Recollection
Judge eternal (E.H. 423 ; C.H. 636) Prayers
Reading : from' Ecclesiasticus 38
Father, hear the prayer we offer
Address by the Rev. E. N. Kemp
(Industrial Christian Fellowship)
0 God of earth and altar (E.H. 562 ;
Rejoice, 0 land (E.H. 475) Blessing
Rev. R. P.
Rev. E. N.
Appeal on behalf of- the Old People's Welfare Committee of the National Council of Social Service, by the Rt. Hon. Margaret Bondfield , LL.D.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, 'and should be addressed to [address removed].
Rt. Hon. Margaret
Rt. Hon. Margaret
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
First of seven recorded programmes describing the adventures of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Arranged for broadcasting by Eric Linklater from incidents in the famous story by Cervantes. Music specially composed by Roberto Gerhard. Orchestra conducted by George Walter. Produced by John Burrell
Don Quixote's housekeeper:
Maria, his niece:
Dr Pedro Perez:
Women at the Inn:
Women at the Inn:
Pot-pourri of folk songs and dances from Russia, Yugoslavia, South America, and North America. Devised by George Walter and Mark. H. Lubbock. Orchestral arrangements by George Walter , Roy Douglas , Matyas Seiber , and Leo Wurmser. With Gaby Valle , Gladys Ripley , Owen Brannigan , and Norman Lumsden. Narrator, Neal Arden. BBC Theatre Chorus. BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson. (BBC recording)
' Christ is risen '. Psalm 146 ; Colossians 3, vv. 1-17 : Alleluia ! hearts to heaven (A. and M. 137) ; Romans 6, v. 4
Piano Trio in F minor, Op. 65 played by the Harry Isaacs Trio