played by the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra, conducted by Charles Williams. (Gramophone records)
Yorkshire Copper Works Band: conductor, Sam B. Wood
6-Gramophone records of Smetana's ' My Country '
Organ Voluntary : Idyll (Sonata
No. 2 : W. D. Bernard )
Introduction by J. A. R. Mackinnon ,
Sheriff of Forfar
Metrical Psalm 84. vv. 1-3 : How lovely is thy dwelling place (Tune, Arnold No. 26)
Lord, in the fulness of my might
'Lesson: 2 Corinthians. 4. vv. 6-10 and 15-18 (read by the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Airlie, K.T.)
Paraphrase 61 : Bless'd be the everlasting God (Tune : Bishopthorpe)
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer .
Thy Kingdom come (C.H. 153;
Organ Voluntary : Trumpet Voluntary (Jeremiah Clarke , usually ascribed to Purcell)
Organist, W. D. Bernard
. From the Old Parish Church, Forfar
J. A. R.
played by Denise Lassimonne (piano)
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra
Watson Forbes talks, with piano illustrations by Hilda Dederich , about Bach's ' Art of Fugue,' the last and one of the greatest of his Works, which is to be performed on Tuesday at 10.40 p.m.
Missa Choralls sung by the Paris Philharmonic Choir, conducted by Ernest Levy. (Gramophone records)
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
by E. Arnot Robertson
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times')
Theodore Robinson speaks about Psalm 73. with music recorded by the BBC Singers
Gramophone records chosen and introduced by Joy Worth
G. E. Blackman of Imperial College
Joy McArden (soprano) ; Nina Milkina (piano) ; Gareth Morris (flute) ; Olive Zonan (violin) ; Norina Semino (cello) ; John Wills (piano)
Talk by the Chief Rabbi, the Very Rev. J. H. Hertz
Rev. J. H.
Clydebank Burgh. Scottish C.W.S.. Barry, Ostlere. and Shepherd, and Wellesley Colliery. Conducted by Harry Mortimer
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh. (Under the auspices of the City of Edinburgh Holidays at Home Committee)
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
Y chweched o gyfres o sgyrsiau ar y gwyr enwog a gyfrannodd i draddodrad y - Ffydd Gristnogol. 6-' Martin Luther ,' gan y Parch. Ieuan Phillips.
'Dr. Johnson ' : play in three parts by L. du Garde Peach, in the series ' Famous Men and Women.' Produced by Derek McCulloch (' Mac '). Part 1 -' The Dictionary '
Schoolboys, publishers. and friends of Johnson, played by Harry Fowler , Derek Lansiaux (by permission of Firth Shephard ), Frank Cochrane , Arthur Bush. and Peter Mullins
Samuel Johnson (as a boy):
Samuel Johnson (as a man):
David Garrick (as a boy):
David Garrick (as a man):
Mrs Samuel Johnson:
Some of your favourite songs sung by Elsie Suddaby (soprano), Henry Cummings (baritone), and the Etruscan Singers (conductor, Harry Vincent ). BBC Midland Light Orchestra : conductor, Rae Jenkins
Talk by A. G. Street
conducted by the Rev. Daniel Jenkins
Call to Worship and Invocation
Come, let us to the Lord our God
(Cong. H. 367 ; C.H. 400)
Lesson : Isaiah 55, vv. 1-7 PFalm 113
Lesson : St. Mark 6, vv. 30-42
Prayers and the Lord's Prayer
With joy we meditate the grace . (Cong. H. 92) Address
Join all the glorious names (Cong. H.
173 : C.H. 165)
Prayer and Blessing
Appea4 on behalf of the National Fire Service Benevolent Fund, by Peter Blackmore , a member of the N.F.S.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Second episode of a radio version by Lance Sieveking , based on Robert Louis Stevenson 's famous story. Produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Alexander Sarner , Ann Codrington , Molly Ran kin, Freda Falconer , and Cyril Gardiner
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde:
An old woman:
played to a Forces audience by the BBC Symphony Orchestra (of 95 players) : conductor, Sir Adrian Boult. Moura Lympany (piano)
' God is our Hope and Strength.
Psalm 66, w. 1-9 and 14-18; 2 Kings, c. 18 and 19 (selected verses) ; Oft in danger, oft in woe (A. and M. 281) ; Psalm 82. v. 1
Instrumental, music by Gabrieli, Frescobaldi, Pezel, Kuhnau, Leclair, Mozart, and Francis de Bourguignon. (Gramophone records)
Story for bedtime. ' Mr. Cant's Adventure ' : a Marshland story, written and recorded by S. L. Ben -susan. (Previousfy broadcast on November 24, 1942)
Conducted by Michael Krein