Cambome Town Band : conductor, A. W. Parker
New weekly series of gramophone recitals giving representative examples of music wit!! a definite 'programme,' that is, music that sets out to tell a story or paint a picture. I-Beethoyen's ' Pastoral ' Symphony
from Sandfields Presbyterian Church of Wales, Port Talbot
All people that on earth do dwall
(229 : Tune, Old Hundredth) .
Reading : St. John 10. 11-21 ; St.
Matthew 11, w. 25-30
The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not want (735 : Tune, Wiltshire)
Crown him with many crowns (136 :
Address by the Rev. W. M. Jones Come unto me, ye weary (390 : Tune,
Organist, Gwladys Cuss
(Hymns are taken from the Church Hymnary)
Rev. W. M.
Pour Ie piano : Prelude-Sarabande-Toccata played by Colin Horsley
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra: conductor, William Pethers. From the Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
A fortnightly review. Contents:
A greeting to John Ireland on his 65th birthday' by Edwin Evans, with Kendall Taylor (piano) and George Parker (baritone); Review of new records, by Hubert Foss; 'Sir George Grove and Schubert's "Rosamunde" Music' by Scott Goddard. The Magazine introduced by Alec Robertson, and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage.
o Eglwys y Plwyf, Llandybie. (Religious Service in Welsh from the Parish Church, Llandebie)
O ! tyred i'n hiachau (Tôn : Moab)
Y Gyffes, Gollyngdod. a Gweddi'r
Arglwydd Salm 65
Llith : St. loan 5, 1-13 Benedictus
Y Credo a Gweddiau Pregeth gan y Gwir Barchedig Esgob
Llanelwy Tyred. lesu, i'r anialwch (T6n :
Y Fendith Cymerir rhan arweiniol y Gwasanaeth gan y Parch. D. T. Davies
Darlleriir y Llith gan D. L. Thomas Organydd. J. Harold Davies
(Cymerir yr emynau o Raglen Cymanfa Ganu yr Eisteddfod)
sung by Freda Townson
by Moore Raymond
Fortnightly programme from the countryside. No. 60—'The Vale of Glamorgan.' Introduced by William Aspden. Speakers : Tom Evans (hill farmer); Morgan Rees (lowland farmer); D. C. Watts (auctioneer); J. Emlyn James (wheelwright); T. A. Jones (of a Land Settlement Estate) ; Maud Gunter (school-mistress) ; John Morgan (singer). Produced by Nan Davies. (BBC recording)
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Royal Artillery (Mounted) Band: conductor, Mr. David McBain ,
Piano Quartet in E, Op. 20 played by Frederick Grinke (violin), Watson Forbes (viola), Harvey Phillips (cello), Julius Isserlis (piano)
New play specially written for broadcasting by Lionel Brown , and produced by Val Gielgud
Hon Philip Massey:
First young man:
Second young man:
Third young man:
Series of talks dealing with the changes which have taken place in Christian thought and practice in this country since 1914. 2-' St. Paul's Cathedral,' by a regular worshipper
Ystyriaeth o'l effeithiau ar gyfundrefn addysg yng Nghymru. gan Syr Wyn Wheldon. (Talk in Welsh)
5.20 Another story of ' Ako and his World,' by Bertil Malmberg , read by Mary O'Farrell. (BBC recording)
5.30 Children's Harvest Service, conducted by the Bishop of Bristol, from a West-Country harvest camp
Light music and old-fashioned dances, played by Harry David son and his Orchestra, with songs sung by Olive Groves . Master of Ceremonies, Patric Curwen
Talk on Parish Councils by Kirby Hewlett or a War Commentary to be arranged at short notice
Conducted by Dr. Maude Royden , C.H.
Through the night of doubt and sorrow (A. and M. 274 ; C.H. 214)
0 Lord, increase my faith (Gibbons) Reading
When I survey the wondrous Cross
(A. and M. 108 ; C.H. 106)
Turn back, 0 man (S.P. 329) Blessing
Bread of the world (S.P. 265)
Appeal on behalf of the National Societies fer the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, by Dame Irene Vanbrugh , 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 9
Rev Mark Robarts:
Mrs Harold Smith:
Conductor, Charles Williams
Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
This Is an anthology programme, set in an unusual framework. The linking character is a young man who ' wants to be a poet,' and so occasions an enquiry into the meaning of ' inspiration. Louis MacNeice says: ' The programme is intended as a corrective to any unduly narrow interpretation of what is really a very wide sphere of human activity.'
' God is our hope and strength.'
Psalm 97, w. 1-6, 9-12 ; Acts 17.
vv 15-31 ; Jesus shall reign (A and M. 220) : Ephesians 5. w. 1 and 2.
Huberman (violin) and Pachmann (piano), on gramophone records
Air on the G string (Bach) Ave
Maria a (Schubert - Wilhelmj) :
Huberman Impromptu in F sharp. Op. 36. No. 2 ;
Polonaise, Op. 26. No. 1. Nocturne. 'in E minor ; Study in G flat (Chopin) : Pachmann
Le capricieuse (Elgar) ; Romanza
Andaluza (Sarasate) ; Mazurka (Zarzycki) : Huberman
Story for bedtime : "The Pipe Dream,' specially written for broadcasting by Elleston Trevor , and read by Alan Howland. (Previously broadcast on November 30, 1943)
(balalaika), accompanied by Geoffrey Sisley (guitar)