. followed by NEWS
Conducted by Arthur Fiedler. (Gramophone records)
Enfield Central Band: Guest conductor, J.C. Dyson
No. 11-The Slav Symphony: gramophone records of works by Tchaikovsky and Dvorak
, followed by NEWS
Conducted by Canon F. A. Cockln ; music sung by the BBC Singers
Introit: The Lord is risen indeed
The day of Resurrection (A. and M.
132; C.H. 123)
Act of Worship
Reading: Wisdom 5, w. 1-9. and 14-16 Carol: This joyful Eastertide
Reading: St. John 20. w. 1-10;
The strife is o'er (A. and M. 135;
0 sons and daughters, let us sing!
(A. and M. 130: C.H. 124)
Prayers and Thanksgivings
Te Deum (Vaughan Williams, in G) Blessing
Organist, G. Thalben-Ball
Canon F. A.
Falkman and his Apache Band
' The Chopin Impromptus ': Edward Isaacs in a conversation at the piano
Conductor. Charles Groves , with Eric Greene (tenor)
by Edgar Anstey
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the ' Sunday Times ')
Conductor. Charles Shadwell , with Pamela Petts (soprano)
by C. H. Middleton
Conductor. Sir Adrian Boult
read by Alan Wheatley
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Part 2 ..
Troise and his Banjoliers
(Religious Service in Welsh)
Hwn yw yr hyfryd fore ddydd (138:
Darllen— ' Stori'r Pasg cyntaf': Marc I 16, 1-15
Ni allodd angau du (669: Ton, Liver-pool) f Diweddglo
Mi wn fod fy Mhrynwr yn fyw (227:
= Ton, Cleveland)
Y Fendith a'r Hwyrol Weddi
' Before the Swallow Dares': verse and music for Easter, chosen by Geoffrey Dearmer. Readers, Norman Shelley, Derek McCulloch ('Mac'), and May Jenkin (' Elizabeth ')
ana National Savings announcements
Narrator, James McKechnie
This, the first in a new series of programmes showing you how the Law works, illustrates some of the offences committed by and against children. and the laws that apply to them. It includes a scene in a Juvenile Court.
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Talk by an airman's mother
Evening Service, conducted by the Rev. E. D. Jarvis , D.D., from Wellington Church, Glasgow
Thew: ' God says Yes '
Jesus lives! (C.H. 121; A. and M.
Prayer and the Lord's Prayer
Lesson: St. Matthew 28, w. 1-10;
Romans 8, vv. 35-39
The Lord is risen indeed (C.H. 120;
A. and M. 504)
Paraphrase 48, vv. 5-9: The Saviour dy d, but rose again. (Tune. St. Magnus)
Prayer • For all the saints (C.H. 220; A. and M. 437)
Organist, A. M. Henderson
Rev. E. D.
Appeal on beltelf of Queen Elizabeth's Training College for the Disabled, Leatherhead, and St.
Loyes College for the Training and Rehabilitation of the Disabled (Exeter), by the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Bristol
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
Divertimento in B flat, for string quartet and two horns (K.287) played by the Blech Quartet with Dennis Brain and Norman Del Mar
followed by War Report or a topical talk
The King Comes to His Own
Final episode of a play sequence on the life of our Lord, specially written for broadcasting by Dorothy L. Sayers and produced by Val Gielgud.
John Blore and his Orchestra
'Christ is Risen.' Psalm 146: John 20, w. 1-17; Christ the Lord is risen again (A and M. 136); 1 Peter 1. v. 3
' Transition.' written and read by Algernon Blackwood
Symphony No. 6, in C played by the' London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomaa Beecham. (Gramophone records)