Scottish C.W.S. Band : conductor, H. Mileman
Eighteenth of a series of gramophone programmes
Violin Concerto in B minor. Op. 61
(Elgar) : Yehudi Menuhin and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer
from Dunfermline Abbey, conducted by the Rey. Robert Dollar
Metrical Psalm 106 : Give praise and thanks unto the Lord, vv. 1-5 "(Tune, Djjnfermline)
First Lesson : Psalm 46
0 Lord of heaven, and earth, and sea
(C.H. 19 ; A. and M. 365, vv. 1-6)
Second Lesson : St. Mark 6, vv. 30-42 Prayer
Lord of our life, and God of our salvation (C.H. 216 ; A. and M. 214)
Paraphrase 2 : 0 God of Bethel
(Tune. Salzburg : A. and M. 512)
Organist, W. Prentice Torrance
sung by Jan van der Gucht (tenor)
van Der Gucht
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra
Victor Hely-Hutchinson talks about Mozart's piano concertos, with special reference to the Concerto in A, to be broadcast-in the Promenade Concert on Tuesday
on gramophone records
Overture: Ivan the Terrible
(Rimsky-Korsakov) : Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert Elegy , (Suite ; Gustav Adolf II :
Alfven) : Stockholm Orchestra, conducted by Nils Grevilius
En Saga (Sibelius) : London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
Magic Fire Music (The Valkyrie :
Wagner) : Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski -
Conductor, Rae Jenkins , with Millicent Ward (soprano)
. by Matthew Norgate
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times')
' God is our hope and strength': Theodore Robinson speaks about Psalm 46, with music by the BBC Singers
C. H. Middleton
(leader, George Stratton ), conducted by Anatole Fistoulari
Cory Brothers' Workmen's Band: conductor, Reg. Little
(leader, George Stratton ), conducted by Anatole Fistoulari. Iris Loveridge (piano)
From the Cambridge Theatre, London
Christians meet to answer listeners' questions. Today's team : Dr. J. W. Welch (in the chair), Canon F. A. Cockin , Fr. Agnellus Andrew , Mary Trevel yan, and Professor C. H. Dodd.
Dr. J. W.
Canon F. A.
Professor C. H.
Y bedwaredd o gyfres o sgyrslau -ar y gwyr a gyfrannodd i draddodiad, y Ffydd Gristnogol. 4—' Calfin,' gan y Parch. Ddr. Martin Lloyd-Jones . (Talk in Welsh)
'Green days in forests And blue days at sea'
Verse and music for Midsummer.
Singer, Henry Cummings
' The Woodlander '
Light music and old-fashioned dances, played by Harry David son and his Orchestra, with songs by Violet Carson. Master of Ceremonies, Patrie Curwen. Management, Fred Hartley and Douglas Lawrence
Talk by Professor J. N. Wright , of the Chair of Philosophy of the University of St. Andrews
Professor J. N.
sung by the BBC Singers
Versicles and Responses Psalms 19 and 20
First Lesson : Samuel 3, vv. 1-10
Magnificat (Wood in B flat, No. 2)
Second Lesson : St. Matthew 5, vv. 1-16
Nunc dimittis (Wood in E flat, No. 2)
Creed and Collects
Hymn to the Trinity (Rachmaninoff)
All hail the power of Jesus' name (A. and M. 300; C.H. 139)
Precentor, Rev. S. G. B. Exham;
Organist. Dr. G. Thalen-Ball
Rev. S. G. B.
Appeal on behalf of the Ivory Cross National Dental Aid Fund, by Lady Rhys Williams , D.B.E.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to[address removed].
Adapted from Anthony Trollope 's Novel by H. Oldfield Box. Produced by Howard Rose. Episode 2
Rev Mark Robarts:
Mrs Harold Smith:
Devised by George Walter and Mark H. Lubbock. Musical arrangements by George Walter. Narration written by Alan Frank , and spoken by Neal 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, Coppilia, 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
' God is our Hope and Strength.'
Psalm 62, vv. 1-8 : Romans 8, vv. 14-17, 28 and 29. Put thou thy trust in God (A. and M. 692) ; 1 Corinthians 1, v. 9
Story for bedtime : ' The Lost Ones,' written for broadcasting by Margaret Barrington , and read by Harry Hutchinson
Quiet music for voice and piano, with Gladys Ripley and Winifred Davey
Light and restful music, played by John Blore and his Orchestra and the Michael Krein Saxophone Quartet