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1-Records of orchestral music by Francaix, Milhaud, and Poulenc
Seventh of a series of services on this theme; from the village church of Dartington, Devon, conducted by the Rector, the Rev. R. A. Edwards
Great shepherd of thy people, hear
(A. and M. 690; C.H. 246)
Prayers Psalm 15
Lesson: St. Matthew 25, vv. 31-46 Jubilate (Psalm 100) Prayers
Love divine (A. and M. 520; C.H. 479) Address
0 for a thousand tongues (A. and M.
522; C.H. 166)
Organist, Mrs. K. M. Last
sung by David Brynley and Norman Notley
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
' Conversation Piece.' Some of the staff and patients of a naval hospital talk about music with Alec Robertson
Desmond Shawe-Taylor reviews some recent issues
Conducted by Michael Krein
or ' Mr. Salteena's Plan,' by Daisy Ashford. Spoken by Barbara Mac Fadyean and Spike Hughes. Arranged and presented by Noel Iliff. Part 1. (Daisy Ashford writes on page 3)
played by the Sweet and Soft Players
by Arthur Calder-Marshall
Fortnightly talks on countries of Europe
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)
sung by the BBC Chorus: conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Twelve talks for the handyman by W. P. Matthew. 8—' Dealing with Window Troubles: Glazing and Adjusting'
(leader, Norris Stanley ), conducted by Charles Groves. Henry Hoist (violin)
From the Town Hall, Birmingham
Compiled from the records and adapted for broadcasting by C, Whitaker-Wilson. Produced by Wilfrid Grantham
Lord High Steward:
Simon Lord Lovat:
Every Sunday at this time David Lloyd James introduces people, perhaps famous, perhaps little known. whose activities or personalities have been of special interest in the past few days
Glasgow Orpheus Choir (conductor, Sir Hugh S. Roberton ) gives a concert for children. The programme includes duets sung by Joan Hastings and Annie Tait. Willie Joss reads a story, ' The Herdsman of Cruachan,' by Marion Lockhead
5.50 Children's Hour prayers
Sir Hugh S.
6.10 National Savings announcements
(piano), on gramophone records
9-Massed Brass Bands : City of Coventry; Ransome and Maries Works; Sankey's Castle Works
Guest conductor, Victor Hely-Hutch inson. This week's visitor, Norman Allin. Introduced by Freddy Grise wood. Produced by Harry Mortimer
5—' They ought to do something about it.' Series of programmes based on an idea by Roger Falk. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
We all grumble from time to time, and blame those in authority whom we lump together as ' They. Who are ' They ' and how can we make them 'do something about it'?
General Sir William Slim , K.C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., Commander of the Fourteenth Army and later Commander-in-Chief of Allied Land Forces, South-East Asia, describes how soldiers of many countries were knit together into a great fighting force against Japan
from the German Lutheran Church of St. George, Aldgate, to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther
Introduction by Pastor J. Rieger
A safe stronghold (M.H.B. 494; S.P.
Sentence and Collects (
Rev. Viggo Jensen , Danish Church, London)
Lesson: Revelation 19, vv. 6-13 Creed
Who are these like stars appearing?
Sermon by Pastor Franz Hildebrandt Jesu, thy blood and righteousness
Prayer (an American Lutheran chaplain)
The Lord's Prayer Blessing
Jesu, be endless praise to thee
Organist, E. A. Seymour
Appeal on behalf of the Catholic
Women's League Huts and Canteens for H.M. Forces, by Father C. C. Martindale , S.J.
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. Eleventh (and last) episode
gives the last of three talks on ' The Secret Dream.' Tonight, 'Russia-and Fraternity '
2 — ' The Browns.' A programme for Browns and all about Browns, introducing Browns of the past, Browns of literature and the arts. Browns of the theatre, Browns in the news, with music by Brown composers
Written by Donald J. Finley and Archie Campbell. Introduced by Lionel Gamlin. Music arranged by Alan Paul , and played and sung by the augmented BBC Revue Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Frank Cantell. Produced by Archie Campbell
' The Wonder of Creation.' Psalm 104. vv. 1-5, 10-15. 19-24; Job 38, vv. 1-11, 21-29, 31-36. There is a book, who runs may read (S.P. 664). Psalm 8, w. 3 and 4
A poetry notebook edited by Patric Dickinson. The nineteenth number includes an extract from Shakespeare's ' The Merchant of Venice'; a poem by Louis MacNeice: ' The Old Ships,' by J. E. Flecker ; an extract from Chapman's ' Homer ' ; and the sonnet ' On First Looking into Chapman's Homer.' by John Keats. Readers, Alec Clunes (now appearing at the Arts Theatre), Beryl Calder , and Harry Andrews (by permission of the Old Vic Theatre Company)
Jean Pasquier (violin), Pierre Pas quier (viola). Etienne Pasquier (cello)
Orchestral music on records