and forecast for farmers and shipping
A sequence of music dedicated to spring, summer, autumn, and winter, played bv Jan Hurst and his Orchestra.
Violin Concerto in G minor, Op. 63; and excerpts from Romeo and Juliet Ballet Suite, No. 2 (Prokofiev); on records
Sixth of a series of services on this theme, conducted by Father Gerald Vann , O.P.
Act of Worship
Praise to the holiest (W.H. 186; A. and M. 172; C.H. 32)
Reading: I Corinthians 13
Come, Holy Ghost, creator (W.H. 62) Address
All ye who seek a comfort sure (W.H.
89; A. and M. 112)
0 God of earth and altar (W.H. 212;
Theme and Variations, Op. 73 played by Natasha Litvin (piano)
Richard Crean and his Orchestra
Fortnightly review, introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage. Contents: ' How a Choral Work is Rehearsed,' by Leslie Woodgate , with recorded illustrations by the BBC Choral Society; 'The Music of Samuel Barber ,' by Scott Goddard ; Review of new gramophone records
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Overture, Le Roi d'Ys (Lalo); Impressions d'Italie (Charpentier): on gramophone records
by Arthur Calder-Marshall
99-' Teesdale.' Introduced by Ralph Wightman , with music by the Dunelm Singers. Produced by John Polwarth
Familiar melodies arranged, conducted, and sung by George Mela chrino, and played by his String Orchestra in a way that brings back memories and warms the heart, with interludes by the Ronnie Selby Trio and Freddie Phillips , Spanish guitar
Twelve talks for the handyman by W. P. Matthew. 7-(i) Tools for the Amateur; (ii) Small Repairs to Furniture
From the People's Palace, London
BBC Symphony Orchestra (leader, Paul Beard ), conducted by Albert Wolff. Phyllis Sellick (piano) 3.15 app. Interval
During the interval Maurice Jacob -son talks about Walton's Sinfonia Concertante
(Tickets, 5s. to Is., may be obtained from the People's Palace and Agents)
Music of the Sunny South, played by the Southern Serenade Orchestra, directed by Reg Leopold
A new version, with the accent on personalities; on stories of adventure and pleasure; on practical experience in all kinds of work. Among today's personalities is Algernon Blackwood , novelist and writer of uncanny stories. David Lloyd James introduces the speakers
' Hospital Sunday in India': talk by Nansi Greville Young
' Too Small': a play based on an old Breton legend, adapted for broadcasting by Antonia Ridge , and produced by Lorraine Jame son
5.30 Hymn singing by the joint choir of the Loughton High School for Girls and Bancrofts School
and forecast for farmers and shipping
6.10 National Savings announcements
(piano): on gramophone records
Study No. 3, in D flat (Liszt)
Rigoletto: Concert Paraphrase (Verdi
Love's Message (Schubert-Liszt)
from the Savoy Picture House,
8-Brighouse and Rastrlck Band : conductor, Fred Berry. Guest conductor, Eric Ball.
This week's visitor, Maisie Ringham. Introduced by Wilfred Pickles. Produced by Harry Mortimer
4—' Foreigners.' Series of programmes based on an idea by Roger Falk. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
People often talk about what ' They ' do abroad. But do ' They ' really?
(piano) plays Grieg's Ballade, Op. 24
Conducted by Canon L. W. Grensted
A Meditation on the Peace of God
Dear Lord and father of mankind
Reading: Hebrews 4, w. 4-10 Address Music
Reading: from St. John 14 and 16 Address
0 brother man (S.P. 307) Prayers
Grant us thy peace (Mendelssohn) Blessing
Canon L. W.
Appeal on behalf of the South
London Hospital for Women and Children, by Godfrey Winn
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
by John Galsworthy. Adapted for broadcasting by Muriel Levy.
Produced by Val Gielgud and Felix Felton. Episode 10
gives the second of three talks on ' The Secret Dream.' His subject tonight is ' America—and Equality '
Produced by Stanford Robinson and Harold Neden , with Ronald Bristol (tenor), and BBC Theatre Orchestra: conductor, Stanford Robinson. Programme introduced by Adeline Gen6e
' We beheld His Glory.' Psalm 138; John 17, vv. 1-10, 18-26; Love divine, all loves excelling (A. and M. 520); John 1, v. 14
A poetry notebook, edited by Patric Dickinson. The eighteenth number includes Wolsey's speech from Shakespeare's ' Henry VIII'; an extract from Book I of Milton's ' Paradise Lost,' and the last speech from Marlowe's ' Doctor Faustus.' Readers.
Leon Quartermaine and Robert Harris (by permission of the Company of Four).
(contralto). Accompanist, Gerald Moore Four songs of Mignon: Know'st thou the land?; Bid me not answer; Only the sad of heart; So let me be now (Goethe's Wilhelm Meister )....Wolf
Orchestral music, on records