Praise, my soul, the king of heaven (A. and M. 298; S.P. 623; C.H. 21, omitting v. 4: Tune, Praise, my soul)
Prayers: The Lord's Prayer: the Prayer of Thanksgiving
Father, hear the prayer we offer (S.P. 487: Tune, Gott will's machen)
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT .FOR JUNIORS: Ann Driver
11.20 DO YOU KNOW ABOUT-the Councillor ? Dr. Dinah- Dobson talks about her work on a Council
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS.
Leadership and liberty : No. 5-' Abraham Lincoln,' by Professor A. L. Good-hart
12 noon MOZART
Symphony No. 36 in C (The
Linz) played by the BBC Orchestra, conducted by Idris Lewis
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. Journeys in Russia and Ctrlna. 5—' Across Siberia to Vladivostok,' by Eileen Bigland .
2.15 Interval music
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Yvonne Oberlin. Programme varié
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Scenes from ' Lorna Doone ,' by R. D. Blackmore , adapted by Silvia Goodall
Benediction, from the Church of St. Aloysius, Oxford
Address by the Rev. M. C. D'Arcy ,
0 salutaris (Palestrina) Prayer for Peace
Tantum ergo (Gregorian chant) Blessing
Divine Praises Adoremus
. on gramophone records
March (The Fair Maid of Perth :
Bizet) : London Philharmonic Orchestra
Acceleration Waltz (Johann Strauss ):
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Variations and Fugue on Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree (Weittberger) : London Philharmonic Orchestra
A symbolic play of Norwegian folk life by Henrik Ibsen, translated by Norman Ginsbury, and adapted for broadcasting by Tyrone Guthrie. Music by Grieg, adapted for this programme by George Walter, who conducts the Orchestra and chorus of men's and women's voices.
[starring] Ralph Richardson
with Sybil Thorndike as Aase and Joyce Redman as Solveig.
Orchestra and Chorus of Men's and Women's
Dovre King's daughter:
BBC Drama Repertory
A story for bedtime : ' The Secret Life of Walter Mitty ,' by James Thurber , read by Nelson Olmsted
This is a recording from America by one of the most popular short-story readers in the United States
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