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: General Weather Forecast

and forecast for farmers and shipping

: JOHN BLORE

and his Orchestra.

: MUSIC FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA-6

on gramophone records
Presto (Violin Concerto in A) (Benda); Excerpts from Rusalka (Acts 1 and 2) (Dvordk); The Song of the Nightingale (Don Juan ) (Napravnik); Duet from Act 2 (The Two Widows) (Smetana); Chorus from Act 3, Scene 5 (The Devil's Wall) (Smetana)

Contributors

Unknown: Don Juan

: Industrial Sunday MORNING SERVICE

from the Parish Church of S.Peter ad Vincula, Stoke-upon-Trent. Conducted by the Archdeacon of Stoke (the Ven. Percy Hartill)
Versidles and Responses Psalm 72
Lesson: St. Mark 5, vv. 1-15 Benedictus Creed
Versicles Collects
Judge eternal (E.H. 423; S.P. 552:
Tune, Rhuddlan)
Sermon
Once to every man (E.H. 563; S.P.
309: Tune, Hyfrydol)
Blessing
Organist, Dr. W. Griffiths

Contributors

Organist: Dr. W. Griffiths

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

Harold Collins and his Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Collins

: MUSIC MAGAZINE

A fortnightly review, introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage. Contents: 'Brahms or Tchaikovsky': an argument between Ralph Hill and C. B. Rees ; ' Granadcs and Goya.' by Felix Aprahamian , illustrated by Albert Ferber (piano): ' The Centenary of Mendelssohn's " Elijah," by Julian Herbage

Contributors

Introduced By: Alec Robertson
Edited By: Anna Instone
Edited By: Julian Herbage.
Edited By: C. B. Rees
Unknown: Felix Aprahamian
Piano: Albert Ferber
Unknown: Julian Herbage

: WINGATES TEMPERANCE BAND

Conductor. Jack Eckersley

Contributors

Conductor: Jack Eckersley

: ' LAUGH THAT OFF!'

A weekly series of readings and dramatised extracts from modern American humorous writers. 6— ' The Jukes Family ' (another of those radio-family programmes), by Frank Sullivan. Adapted and produced by Felix Felton

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Sullivan.
Duced By: Felix Felton

: ' SUNDAY SALON '

This week's artists include Mischa Elman , Dusolina Giannini , and Egon Petri : on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Mischa Elman
Unknown: Dusolina Giannini
Unknown: Egon Petri

: THE WEEK'S FILMS

by Eric Gillett

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Gillett

: COUNTRY MAGAZINE

105-Caithness, Scotland. Speakers: John Morris , farmer; Thomas Shaw. lighthouse-keeper; Mrs. Elizabeth Sutherland , former herring-worker; Ian Stewart. Chairman of the Agricultural Executive Committee; George Macleod , flagstone quarry owner. Edited by Alexander Keith and produced by Elizabeth Adair

Contributors

Unknown: John Morris
Unknown: Thomas Shaw.
Unknown: Mrs. Elizabeth Sutherland
Unknown: Ian Stewart.
Unknown: George MacLeod
Edited By: Alexander Keith
Duced By: Elizabeth Adair

: BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Conducted by H. C. Burgess

Contributors

Conducted By: H. C. Burgess

: IN YOUR GARDEN

' Why Vegetables are Vital.' J. H. Jones , M.P. for Bolton, in discussion with F. Streeter

Contributors

Unknown: J. H. Jones
Unknown: F. Streeter

: BBC SUNDAY-AFTERNOON CONCERTS-13

from the People's Palace, London
Frederick Grinke (violin)
Douglas Cameron (cello)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult

Contributors

Cello: Douglas Cameron
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult

: Lucille Lisle and Deryck Guyler in 'A VILLAGE WOOING'

A comediettina for two voices by George Bernard Shaw
The three conversations take place on the lounge-deck of a pleasure-ship and in a village shop in the Wiltshire Downs. Produced by John Richmond

Contributors

Voices By: George Bernard Shaw
Unknown: Wiltshire Downs.
Produced By: John Richmond

: THE WORLD GOES BY '

David Lloyd James Introduces to you people, perhaps famous, perhaps little known, whose activities or personallties have been of special interest in the past few days

Contributors

Introduces: David Lloyd James

: CHILDREN'S HOUR

St. John's Grammar School Choir, conductor, Jean Fleming
W. H. D. Joss reads a story, ' Billy the Budgie,' by Lavinia Derwent
Alastair Borthwick describes a canoe trip up Loch Lomond.
5.50 Children's Hour prayers

Contributors

Conductor: Jean Fleming
Conductor: W. H. D. Joss
Unknown: Lavinia Derwent
Unknown: Alastair Borthwick
Unknown: Loch Lomond.

: General Weather Forecast

and forecast for farmers and shipping

: 6 NEWS

6.10 National Savings announcements

: 'ON WINGS OF SONG'

Music for Sunday eventide, given by Trevor Ling (boy soprano), and George Thalben-Ball (organ)

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Ling
Unknown: George Thalben-Ball

: FRED HARTLEY

and his Music, with Jack Cooper. Introduced by Neal Arden

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Cooper.
Unknown: Neal Arden

: AMERICAN LETTER

Alistair Cooke

Contributors

Unknown: Alistair Cooke

: Industrial Sunday EVENING SERVICE

conducted by the Rev. E. R. Wickham , Industrial Chaplain in the diocese of Sheffield
Introit: Blessed are the pure in heart
(Walford Davies)
Call to Worship
Confession and the Lord's Prayer
Thou whose almighty word (S.P. 303) Lesson: St. Luke 10, w. 25-37
Judge eternal, throned in splendour
(S.P. 552)
Sermon Prayers
Now thank we all our God (S.P. 350) Blessing
Music sung by a choir of the Sale and District Musical Society: conductor, Alfred Higson

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. E. R. Wickham
Conductor: Alfred Higson

: WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

Appeal on behalf of London Free Legal Advice Centres, by Sir Bertrand Watson , Chief Metropolitan Magistrate
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Bertrand Watson
Unknown: Sir Bertrand Watson.

: 'JANE EYRE'

by Charlotte Bronte. Adapted for broadcasting by Barbara Couper. Produced by Howard Rose. Episode 11 (conclusion)

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Barbara Couper.
Produced By: Howard Rose.
Jane: Belle Chrystall
Mr Rochester: Reginald Tate
Diana Rivers: Sheila Latimer
Mary Rivers: Barbara Douglas

: * THE CHALLENGE OF OUR TIME'

8-V. A. Demant on ' The Fairy Ring of Civilisation'

Contributors

Unknown: A. Demant

: 'SCRAPBOOK FOR 1901'

The Start of a New Century
Memories and melodies of forty-five years ago. Death of Queen Victoria-the first wireless message across the Atlantic-music-hall songs-the horse-less carriage-the Moore and Burgess Minstrels-sport and fashions-war in South Africa
The voices of Marconi and his assistant P. W. Paget , Sir John Foster -Fraser. Shaw Desmond , Lewis Waller (the stage), Charles Coborn (the music-hall) George Hirst (cricket', Mrs. Alfred Sterry (tennis champion), Arthur Nightingall (jockey of Grand National winner), Tom Holland
(trainer). Dame Ciara Butt. ' Ixion ' (of ' The Motor Cycle '), and the Rev. Canon B. H. Davies (motorist)
Revised edition of the programme originally broadcast in 1936, written by Leslie Baily. Produced by Peter Duncan and Francis Worsley

Contributors

Unknown: W. Paget
Unknown: Sir John Foster
Unknown: Fraser. Shaw Desmond
Unknown: Lewis Waller
Unknown: Charles Coborn
Music-Hall: George Hirst
Unknown: Mrs. Alfred Sterry
Unknown: Arthur Nightingall
Unknown: Tom Holland
Unknown: Canon B. H. Davies
Written By: Leslie Baily.
Produced By: Peter Duncan
Produced By: Francis Worsley

: THE EPILOGUE

'The Good Shepherd.' Psalm 23; John 10, w. 1-16: The king of love my shepherd is (S.P. 654); Hebrews 13, w. 20-21

: ' TIME FOR VERSE'

A poetry notebook edited by Patric Dickinson. Readers, Frith Banbury and Cecil Trouncer (both by permission of H. M. Tennent , Ltd.)

Contributors

Edited By: Patric Dickinson.
Readers: Frith Banbury
Readers: Cecil Trouncer
Unknown: H. M. Tennent

: ' SUNDAY NOCTURNE

Orchestral music: on records








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