on gramophone records
Overture: Portsmouth Point (Wal- ton): BBC Symphony Orchestra
Intermezzo (Goyescas: Granados):
Boston Promenade Orchestra
Ballet Music: Faust (Gounod): Boston Promenade Orchestra
Moto perpetuo (Paganini): NBC
7.45 Barrow Shipyard Band
Conductor, Herbert Sutcliffe
Conductor, Jack Boddice
2—Records of symphonies by Haydn
Morning Service, conducted by Canon F. A. Cockin
Theme : 'Justice — Man's or God's?'
Immortal, invisible (S.P. 535; C.H. 12) Act of Worship
Soldiers of Christ, arise (A. and M.
270: C.H. 534)
The Lord will come and not be slow
(S.P. 658; C.H. 151)
Address: ' Can God do anything? ' Prayers and Intercessions
Lord Christ, when first thou cam'st to men (S.P. 562)
Canon F. A.
sung by Henry Cummfngs
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
A fortnightly review, introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Ihstone and Julian Herbage
A message from Prokofiev
Violin-Making: 1 — ' The Great Masters,' a talk on Stradivarius and Guarnerius, by A. P. Hill , illustrated by Albert Sammons ; 2—'The Amateur'; a violin made in a prison-camp, by J. Brotherhood
' Donizetti ': illustrated talk by Desmond Shawe-Taylor
o Tabernacl. Capel yr Annibynwyr, Llandeilo. (Religious' Service in Welsh, from Tabernacle Congregational Chapel, Llandilo)
Ymgrymwn ger Dy fron (1021: T6n,
Darllen: lean 16, 22-27 Gweddi
0 Arglwydd, cofla blant ein gwlad
(697: Ton, Nashville)
Pregeth gan y Parched ig W.
Chwiflo mae banerau Seion (347: Ton,
Fendith Organydd. Olwen Evans
Arweinydd y Gan, Norman Davies
(Cymerir yr Emynau o'r Caniedydd Cynulleidfaol Newydd)
Sonata in D, for two pianos (K.448) played by Wiener and Doucet (Gramophone records)
by Matthew Norgate
Fortnightly programme from the countryside: No. 72-General number from the Midlands, introduced by Ralph Wightman , with men and women from ei-ght counties. Music arranged by Francis Collinson and played by the Victor Fleming Sextet. Edited by Francis Dillon and produced by Edward Livesey
Gramophone records chosen and introduced by Joy Worth
C. H. Middleton
BBC Symphony Orchestra (leader, Paul Beard ): conductor. Sir Adrian Boult
From the Odeon, Luton
Review of recent religious books, by 'the Very Rev. F. A. Iremonger , D.D., Dean of Lichfield
Very Rev. F. A.
Elsie Suddaby (soprano). Roy Hen derson (baritone). Luton Choral Society (conductor, Arthur E. Davies ). BBC Chorus (chorus-master, Leslie Woodgate ). BBC Symphony Orchestra (leader, Paul Beard ). Conductor. Sir Adrian Boult
A Sea Symphony.... Vaughan Williams
From the Odeon, Luton
Band of the Queen's Royal Regiment: conductor. Mr. R. Barsotti.
Y gyntaf o gyfres o dair sgwrs gan y
,Parchedig Ddr. Martin Lloyd Jones.
(Talk in Welsh)
Glasgow Orpheus Choir (conductor, Sir Hugh S. Roberton ) gives a concert for children
Moultrie R. Kelsall reads ' The
Woodman and the Goblins,' a story by John Duncan , R.S.A.
Sir Hugh S.
and National Savings announcements
(New series). No. 1—' Landlord and Tenant.', Another programme showing you how the law works, with scenes to illustrate the story of the case up to the final judgment. Narrator, James McKechnie. Also In the cast are Betty Hardy (by permission of the Old Vie Theatre Company), Mary O'Farrell , Ivor Barnard , Laid-man Browne, Preston Lockwood , Ivan Sampson , and Alexander Sarner. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
(by arrangement with Chappell and Co.,Ltd.) : conductor, Charles Williams
Joseph C. Harsch
Evening Service conducted by - Professor Norman Snaith of Headingley College, and Minister at Woodhouse Moor Methodist
Theme: What am I forf '
Sing praise to God who reigns above
(M.H.B. 415; A. and M. 293: Tune,
Address: God's love for me
When all thy mercies, 0 my God
(M.H.B. 413; A. and M. 517)
Reading: Matthew 6, vv. 24-34 Prayer and the Lord's Prayer
What shall I do my God to love
(M.H.B. 452: Tune, Stella)
The music Is sung by a choir of the Huddersfield Glee and Madrigal Society: conductor, Harold Sykes
Appeal on behalf of the Southampton Children's Hospital, by Dr. C. E. M. Joad
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
Dr. C. E. M.
Dr. C. E. M.
Freely adapted for broadcasting in ten episodes by Norman Edwards from the novel by H. Seton Merriman. Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster. Episode 3—' Charles Reveals Himself' and
Colonel de Casimir:
Lieutenant Charles Darragon:
When the News is followed by. a War Report and this involves programme alterationsthese will be announced at the microphone
Pot-pourri arranged by Stanford Robinson , with Doris Gambell , Francis Russell , and Roderick Jones , the BBC Theatre Chorus, and the BBC Theatre Orchestra: conductor, Stanford Robinson. Narrator, Patric Curwen
' The Word of the Lord.' Psalm 119. vv. 33-40: Micah 6, vv. 1-8; Judge eternal (S.P. 552); James 1. v. 27
9—' Hunting for Alpine Flowers ': a selection from the writings of the rock-gardener, Reginald Farrer , read by Charles E. Stidwill
Quartet in B flat, Op. 130 played by the Budapest String Quartet. (Gramophone records)