Incidental music on gramophone records
Coltness Works Silver Band: conductor, George Hawkins
Coltness Works Silver
and forecast for farmers a,nd shipping
Gramophone records of Richard Strauss's Violin Sonata and Burlesque for piano and orchestra
conducted by the Rev. Kenneth Mathews. Address by Dr. David Mace , Secretary of the Marriage Guidance Council
Reading: St. Matthew 19, vv. 4-6; St.
Luke 6. vv. 46-49
Come down, 0 love divine (A. and M.
670: C.H. 191)
Through all the changing scenes of life (A. and M. 290)
Love divine (A. and M. 520; C.H. 479) Intercessions
Forth in thy name, 0 Lord, I go
(A. and M. 8; C.H. 651)
sung by Nora Gruhn (sqprano)
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
' The Songs of Francis George Scott ' : talk by Maurice Lindsay ; singer, Robert Irwin
Overture: PersÃ©e (Lully); Four songs for chorus, horns, and harp. Op. 17 (Brahms); Finale. Act II: The Marriage of Figaro (Mozart). (Gramophone records)
by E. Arnot Robertson
by Alexander Werth (Moscow correspondent of the Sunday Times
Gramophone records chosen and introduced by Joy Worth
by F. Streeter
BBC Chorus: conductor. Sir Adrian Boult. Margaret Rees (soprano). Gerald Jackson (flute)
The Rev. S. L. Greenslade reviews recent religious books
Rev. S. L.
Series of three plays by Gordon Daviot. Produced by Barbara Burnham. 3â€”Rahab.
Scene: The living-room in the house of Rahab, on the wall of Jericho, in the year 1451 B.C.
Sidney Davey and his Players
Your Evening Listening
: a play in the series ' Castles of England ' by L. du Garde Peach. Produced by Derek McCulloch (Mac)'
Cast also includes Preston Lockwood ,' Charles Lefeaux , Arthur Young , Hedley Goodall, Ernest Jav , and John Clark
William of Normandy:
and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.20 National Savings announcements
Conductor, Charles Groves. Doris Gambell (soprano).
New Zealand: North Island v. South Island. Question-Master, Harold Warrender. (BBC recording)
conducted by the Bishop of Liverpool
God is a spirit (Sterndale Bennett) Call to worship
Come. gracious spirit, heavenly dove
(A. and M. 20p; C.H. 188)
For the beauty of the earth. (A. and M. 663; C.H. 17)
Reading: St. Mark 10, vv. 13-27 Prayers
Fill thou my life, 0 Lord my God
(A. and M. 705) ..
True Jove's gift (Charles Wood)
Music sung by a choir of the Sate and District / Musical Society conducted by Alfred Higson
Appeal on behalf of Civilian War Distress, administered by the Charity Organisation Society, by Winifred Locket
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
Adapted from Anthony Trollope's novel by H. Oldfield Box.
Countess de Courcy:
Lady Arabella Gresham:
Sir Roger Scatcherd:
Divertimento in F (K.247) played by the Blech String Quartet with Dennis Brain and Norman Del Mar (horns)
Induding How to be Good at being Bad and Bad at being Good.' by Stephen Potter and, Joyce Grenfell. Demonstrated by the ' How ' Repertory Company, including one visiting specialist. Produced by Stephen Potter
The Messenger of God. Psalm 1; Luke 7, vv. 19-35; On Jordan's Bank (A. and M. 50, S.P. 67): Mark 1. v. 3
Bed in the Afternoon: story specially written for broadcasting by James McCormick and read by E. A. Naden. (Postponed from May 9)
Piano Quartet in E flat: Silverman Quartet. (Gramophone records)