on gramophone records
Overture: Don Pasquale (Donizetti):
La Scala Orchestra, conducted by Carlo Sabajno
Song without Words, in A minor
(Tchaikovsky): Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski
Rhapsody, for orchestra and saxophone (Debussy): M. Viard. with Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Piero Coppola
Entr'acte and Finale (Shylock: fauri): Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Piero Coppola
Cory Brothers' Workmen's Silver Band: conductor, Reg Little
2-' France gramophone records of music by Couperin Rameau , . D'Indy, Debussy, and Ravel
conducted by Professor C. H. Dodd , D.D. Third of a series of six services illustrating ' The Nature and Work of the Church '
Sentences and Prayer
0 worship the King (A. and M. 167;
' Decline and Renewal ': dramatic reconstruction of the work of St. Benedict of Monte Cassino
Lord of our life (A. and M. 214; C.H.
O God of truth (A. and M. 513; C.H.
Professor C. H.
sung by Arsene Kirilloff (baritone)
Arthur Dulay and his Cameo Orchestra
' Melody in Music': illustrated talk by Alec Robertson
Violin Sonata in E flat, Op. 12, No. 3 played by Max Rostal (violin) and Franz Osborn (piano)
Religious Service in Gaelic Salm 34, 1-6, air fonn St. David Urnuigh
Leughadh: Lucas 9, 18-27
Salm 89, 15-18, air fonn Jackson
An Searmon: An t-Urramach Domhnull MacThomais. B.D..
Cill-Fhinn Salm 36, 7-10, air fonn St. Magnus Am beannachadh
Conductor. Rae Jenkins
by Matthew Norgate
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
Gramophone records chosen and introduced by Joy Worth
C. H. Middleton
(leader, Paul Beard ): conductor, Sir Adrian Boult. Moura Lympany (piano). Concert given in collaboration with Harold Holt
From the Royal Albert Hall, London
Play sequence in four parts dealing with the life of St. Paul, by Hugh Ross Williamson. Produced by Fred O'Donovan. Part 4 (conclusion)
The Voice of Christ:
Bickershaw Colliery Band: conductor, William Haydock
Rhaglen o ganu emynau gan gorau unedig eglwysi Coed Talon, Coed Llai, a Phontybodkin, o dan arweiniad T. G. Jones. Organyddes, Doris Rogers. Cyllwynir yr emynau gan y Parchedig Robert Ellis.
'London is a Fine Town': verse and music in praise of the greatest city in the Empire. The Wynford Reynolds Sextet. Flight Lieutenant Cyril Tucker (tenor). Music arranged and conducted by Frank Collinson. Speakers, Norman Shelley and Alan Howland
6.60 Children's Hour prayers
followed by National Savings announcements
Queen's Hall Light Orchestra (by arrangement with Chappell and Co., Ltd.): conductor, Charles Williams ; with Essie Ackland (contralto). At the organ, Berkeley Mason
'We're from Trinidad'
Songs and stories from Trinidad in the West Indies, with Leary Constantine (cricketer and Ministry of Labour official); Edric Connor (engineer and singer); Dr. Calvin Lambert (poet) ; Roderick Roopchand (law student); L/Cpl. Vivien Hochoy (A.T.S.); and Cyril Blake 's Calypso Band. Script by Irene Nicholson. The travellers introduced by Norman Wooland. Orchestra conducted by Harold Lowe. Produced by Leslie Baily.
Three hundred years ago Milton published the ' Areopagitica,' a pamphlet on books, free speech, and censorship. Tonight E. M. Forster discusses the same subject, to commemorate the tercentenary of Milton's pamphlet
from St. Andrew's Church, Edinburgh, conducted by the Rev. James S. Thomson
Metrical Psalm 121; I to the hills will lift mine eyes (S.P. 410)
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer
Paraphrase 60: Father of peace, and God of love
Lesson: St. Matthew 27, w. 16-26 Prayer
0 Jesus. King most wonderful (C.H.
423; A. and M. 178)
Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult (C.H.
500: A. and M. 403)
Organist, D. Walker Cameron
Appeal on behalf of the Yugoslav Relief Society, by Charles B. Cochran.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Adapted from Charles Dickens 's novel by Mabel Constanduros and Howard Agg. Produced by Howard Rose. Episode 7
played to a Forces audience by the BBC Symphony Orchestra of 95 players (conductor, Sir Adrian Boult ), and Paul Beard (violin). From the Corn Exchange, Bedford.
Among the favourite pieces ' Music for All ' brings you this week are Glinka's overture to Ruslati and Ludmilla, Bizet's suite L'Arlesienne, Johann Strauss 's Blue Danube waltz, and Walton's march, Crown Imperial. Paul Beard plays Wieniawski's Légende, and Mozart's Rondo from the Haffner Serenade
' The Way of Life.' Psalm 27. w.
1-5 and 13-16; St. John 12. vv. 20-36; Thro' the night (A. and M. 274): St. John 1, v. 4
' Mrs. Pettigrew,' written by Norah Pattison , and read by Gladys Young
String Quartet in E flat, Op. 127 played by the Busch Quartet, on gramophone records