The Luton Band: conductor, Fred Mortimer.
No. 8 — Brahms: records of movements from his four symphonies
Morning Service from Chichester Cathedral, conducted by 'the Dean. the Very Rev. A.' S. Duncan-Jones
Theme: 'Justice among the Nations' 0 God ot truth (E.H. 449; C.H. 531) Act of Worship
Oft in danger, oft in woe (E.H. 467;
Reading: Isaiah 25.vv. 1-9
Spread, 0 spread, thou mighty word
Prayers and Intercessions
All hail the power of Jesus' name
(E.H. 364; C.H. 139)
Organist. H. A. Hawkins
sung by Sinclair Logan
BBC Scottish. Orchestra: conductor, Ian Whyte
A fortnightly review, introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage: 'The Songs of Hugo Wolf': talk by Walter Legge, illustrated by Pierre Bernac, and accompanied by Gerald Moore; Brass Bandsmen of Tomorrow, by Harry Mortimer; Recent piano recordings, reviewed by Harold Craxton.
á Eaglais Ghaidhlig na h-Oighe Muire, Inbhirnis. (Religious Service in Gaelic, from St. Mary's Church, Inverness)
Salm 23, 1-2, air fonn ' Kilmarnock ' Urnuigh Leughadh, 1 Eoin 5. 1-12: An Caiptean lain MacMhaoilein Salm 36. 5-6, air fonn ' Stornoway '
Searmon: An t-Urraniach Ruairidh Mac a' Ghobhainn. C.F. Salm 130, 6-7, air fonn ' Torwood '
Fear togail fuinn-An Caiptean
with George Elliott and Alan Kane
by Edgar Anstey
Fortnightly programme from the countryside. No. 75—' Somerset.' Introduced by A. G. Street . Music arranged by Francis Collinson. Programme edited by Francis Dillon and produced by Rosemary Colley
Speakers: John Stoate (farmer). R. F. Waddon (journalist). Harold Meade (withy grower). John Brown ing (oil and hardware merchant), Clifford White (miller and seed merchant), Mrs. Pilton (glovemaker), and Leonard Parsons (shepherd)
Last in this series of gramophone programmes introduced by Joy Worth
C. H. Middleton
(Leader, Paul Beard ): conductor, Sir Adrian Boult. Iso Elinson (piano). Concert given in collaboration with Harold Holt
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
Series of talks giving news and views of the Churches in this country and abroad, Dy Dr. Nathaniel Micklem.
(Leader, Paul Beard ): conductor. Sir Adrian Boult
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
Band of the 2nd Battalion, the Northamptonshire Regiment: conductor, Mr. C. Marriott
Rhaglen o ganu emynau gan gor Salem, Capel y Bedyddwyr, Forth, o dan arweiniad E. T. Lloyd. Organydd, Gwladys Daviea. From Salem Baptist Chapel, Porth. (Hymn-singing in Welsh)
' The Cat Who Went To War,' by Isabel McGill : story for the ,younger listeners, read by Moultrie R. Kelsall. ' Minstrels and Makars ': pupils of Ayr Academy in a programme of Scottish ballads and songs. Scripts by Marion Mac William.
and National Savings announcements
Talk by Professor L. J. Witts
Professor L. J.
sung by Astra Desmond (contralto), Ethel Williams (soprano), Owen Brannigah (bass-baritone), and the Etruscan Singers (conductor, Harry Vincent ). BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins. Introduced by Patric Curwen. From the Concert Hall, Bournville
Joseph C. Harsch
Evening Service, conducted by the Rev. F. D. V. Narborough. From St. Martin-in-the-Fields
Theme : ' Am I any use t '
At even when the sun was set (S.P.
42; C.H. 277)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer Psalm 15
Lesson: 1 Corinthians 13 Prayers
Holy Father, in thy mercy (A. and M. 595; C.H. 629)
Address: ' Home and Family Life '
Come down, 0 love divine (S.P. 177;
Organist, S. Drajmmond Wolff
Rev. F. D. V.
Appeal on behalf of the Hospital for Women, Soho Square, by Christopher Stone , D.S.O., M.C.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Freely adapted for broadcasting by Norman Edwards , from the novel by H. Seton Merriman. Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster. Episode 9 — ' The Siege Begins ' and
Louis de Varennes:
followed by War Report or a topical talk
Produced by Gwen Williams and Stanford Robinson. Orchestrations by Julius Buerger and Leo Wurmser , with Lorely Dyer , Nancy Evans , Webster Booth , Stanley Pope , Alfredo Campoli (violin). Script written by Desmond Davis. Narrator,
Frederick Ranalow. BBC Theatre Chorus. BBC" Theatre Orchestra: conductor, Stanford Robinson
' The Power and the Wisdom of God.' Psalm 130; 1 Corinthians 1, w 18-31; In the Cross of Christ (C.H. 113): James 3, v. 17
12-' Nature and the Piano,' from J. McNeill Whistler 's ' The Gentle Art of Making Enemies': read by Charles E Stidwell
Trio in A minor for clarinet, cello, and piano played by Reginald Kell , Anthony Pini , and Kathleen Long
A selection of gramophone records Bagatelles, for piano, Op. 126, Nos.
1, 2, and 5 (Beethoven)
Andante un poco mosso (Octet in F)
Songs by Fauré and Richard Strauss Why?; Whims; Dream Visions (Fanasiestucke, for piano: Schumann)