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Conducted by Michael Krein.
on gramophone records
Overture, Halka (Moniuszko); Symphonic Poem, The Steppe (Noskowski) ; Oberek and Krakowiak from Ballet, Pan Twardowski (Rozycki); Zolnierze (Soldiers'March Past) (Kondracki)
conducted by the Rev. T. A. Bendelow , Assistant General Secretary, Committee for Christian Reconstruction in Europe
Happy are they. they that love God
(S.P. 509; C.H. 440)
Reading: Isaiah 43. w. 1-9 Benedictus
Reading: Colossians 1. w. 18-29
Praise to the holiest in the height
(A. and M. 172; C.H. 32)
Thy hand, 0 God. has guided (A. and M. 604; C.H. 215)
0 God of truth (A. and M. 513; C.H.
Rev. T. A.
Albeniz's Malaga and El Albaicin
John Reynders and his Orchestra
' The Use of Discords in Music': an illustrated talk by Michael Head
reviewed by Desmond Shawe-Taylor
Conductor. Harry Mortimer
A weekly series of readings and dramatised extracts from modern
American humorous writers. 7-' Food Fun for the Menfolk' (from ' Let Your Mind Alone') ') and ' The Glass in the Field ' (from ' Fables for Our Time '), by James Thurber. Readers, Peter Madden and Natalie Lynn. Produced by Felix Felton
This week's artists include Alexander Brailowsky and Marian Anderson : on gramophone records
by Dilys Powell
The programme includes a talk on ' The Swiss at Home and at their Leisure.' by Robert Wellington
The Channel Islands, twelve months after their liberation. Frank Gillard introduces speakers and singers from Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark. Feature programme, edited and produced by Desmond Hawkins. Specially recorded in the Channel Islands.
sung by the BBC Chorus, conducted by George Thalben-Ball
' The Way to Good Honey,' by Reginald Gamble
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Devised by Seton Pollock and written by Wilfrid Grantham. Music specially composed and directed by Maurice Jacobson. 4-' The Bands of Love,' with Eliot Makeham as Hosea. Produced by Mary Hope Allen
John the Baptist:
David Lloyd James introduces people whose activities or personalities have been of special interest in the past few days
' Sir Thomas More': play by Morna Stuart. Produced by Josephine Plummer
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6.10 National Savings announcements
and his Music, with Jack Cooper. Introduced by Neal Arden
Three weekly programmes about women who devoted their lives to the cause of ' Women's Rights.' Written by Jonquil Antony , and produced by Leslie Stokes. 2—Emily Davies
Emily Davies founder of Girton College:
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, first English woman doctor:
Millicent Fawcett. leader of the Women 's Suffrage Movement:
from The Friends' Meeting House, York, conducted by Arnold S. Rowntree. Preacher, Prebendary J. W. Welch
Preparation for Worship
The God of love my shepherd ie (S.P.
Dear Lord and father of mankind
Lesson: St. Luke 8, w. 26-36
At even when the sun did set (S.P.
Thine arm, 0 Lord, in days of old
Choirmaster, Percy A. Lovell
Prebendary J. W.
Appeal on behalf of the Army Benevolent Fund by Field-Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, G.C.B.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
by Charles Dickens , adapted for broadcasting by Alice de Grey and Philip Wade. Produced by John Richmond. Episode 1
de la Torre
Dr Parker Peps:
Mrs Louisa Chick:
9-C. H. Waddington on ' How can Science be reconciled with the Humanities ? '
Music by Robinson composers, arranged by Alan Paul and played by the augmented BBC Revue Orchestra. conducted by Frank Cantell . Programme written by Donald J. Finlay and Archie Campbell. Introduced by Lionel Gamlin. Produced by Archie Campbell
' Christ is Risen.' Psalm 146; 1 Corinthians 15, vv. 12, 13, 17-26 and 50-58: Jesus lives: (A. and M. 140); 1 Thessalonians 4, w. 14 and 18
A poetry notebook edited by Patric Dickinson. Readers. Leon Quartermaine. Hallam Fordham , and Frank Partington
Orchestral music on records