on gramophone records
March: Pomp and Circumstance
No. 3, in C minor (Elgar): London Symphony Orchestra
Polonaise élégiaque (Noskowski):
London Philharmonic Orchestra Seraglio Dances (Johann Strauss):
Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra
Soldiers' March Past (Kondracki):
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Govan Burgh Band: conductor, Gregor J. Grant
No. 5-Gramophone records of excerpts from Beethoven's later symphonies
Morning' Service, conducted by W. G. Symons
Theme: Justice in the Social Order'
Sentences and Prayer
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him (Cong. H. 5; A. and M. 292; C.H. 35)
Reading: from Amos 6 and 8 When wilt thou save the- people?
(Cong. H. 555; S.P. 314)
Once to every man and nation (S.P.
God the all-terrible (Cong. H. 573;
sung by joy McArden (soprano)
Three Songs (Op. 14): Song of the Exiled (Siralmas Nekem); Like a fire burning (Imholnyitva enkebelem); Stay, my love (Varj megmadaram)
Jack Leon and his Orchestra
' About Modern Piano Music': illustrated talk by Peter Stadlen
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
o Eglwys Padarn Sant. Llanberis. (Religious Service in Welsh, from St. Padarn's Church, Llanberis)
Clyw, dirion Grewr, lais ein cri (57:
Gweddi'r Arglwydd a'r Gwersiglau Salm 91
Llith: Matthew 3 Benedictus
Y Credo a'r Colectau
Pan ymblygom wrth dy orsedd (69:
Emyn Padarn Sant (212: T6n, St.
Pregeth gan y Parch, J. H. Williams 0 gwrando, Arglwydd grasol (66:
Organydd ac Arweinydd y Gan:
R. D. Jones
Gramophone records of excerpts from French operas and operettas
by Edgar Anstey
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
Gramophone records chosen and introduced by Joy.Worth,
by C. H. Middleton and A. E. Usher
George Parker (baritone). John Wolfe (oboe). Marjorie Hayward String Quartet. James W. Merritt (double bass). Arnold Gojdsbrough (organ)
Review of recent religious books by the Very Rev. F. A. Iremonger , D.D., Dean of Lichfield
Rev. F. A.
City of Coventry; Ransome and Maries Works; Sankey's Castle Works. Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult. Introduced by Frank Phillips
From the Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
Van Dam and his Orchestra
Rhaglen o ganu amynau gan Eglwysi a Chymdeithasau Cymreig Birmingham o Gapel Suffolk Street. Arweinydd, T. J. Jones. (Hymn-singing .in Welsh)
' Garibaldi,' by L. du Garde Peach: play in the series ' Famous Men and Women.' Producer, Derek McCullough ('Mac')
and National Savings announcements
(New series, No. 4). 'Gaming' : programme showing now the Law works, with scenes to illustrate the case. Narrator, James McKechnie
Conductor, Charles Groves
From the Y.M.C.A., Manchester
Evening Service, conducted by the Rev. J. H. Duncan , D.D., from Dundee Parish Church (St-. Mary's). Organist, Alastair Arthur
Theme: ' Is society callous, or have I a place in it? '
Metrical Psalm 100: All people that on earth do dwell (A. and M. 166)
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer Lessons: St. Luke 12, vv. 13-21
Arm of the Lord, awake! (C.H. 369) Address
City of God (C.H. 209; S.P. 468) Prayer
Through the night of doubt and sorrow (C.H. 214; A. and M. 274)
Rev. J. H.
Appeal on behalf of the Incorporated Soldiers', Sailors', and Airmen's Help Society, by Donald McCullough
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
Freely adapted by Norman Ed wards from the novel by H. Seton Merriman. Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster. Episode 6—' Moscow, 1812 ' and
Louis de Varennes:
followed by War Report or a topical talk
played to a Forces audience by the BBC Symphony Orchestra of 95 players, conducted by Stanford Robinson, with .Ida Haendel (violin). From the Corn Exchange, Bedford.
Programme includes Smetana's overture to ' The Bartered Bride,' Puccini's intermezzo from ' Manon Lescaut,' the Rossini-Respghi suite ' La Boutique Fantasque ' (The Fantastic Toyshop), and Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4. in D. Ida Haendel plays the Adagio and Rondo from Lalo's ' Spanish Symphony '
'The Power and the Wisdom of God.' Psalm 32; St. Mark 8, v. 27—9. v 1; Take up thy Cross (A. and M. 263); Zechariah 4. v. 6
Another story of the ' Insuma Club,' by Eric Moore Ritchie , read by Patric Curwen
Conducted by Idris Lewis
and John Lewis (tenor).