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Fifteenth of the series, on records
Symphony No. 5 in D (Vaughan
Williams): Halle Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli
Second movement from Sinfonia Concertante (revised 1943) (Walton): Phyllis Sellick (piano), and the City of Birmingham Orchestra, conducted by the composer
Directed by Sidney Crooke
in preparation for St. Andrew's-tide. From Bishopthorpe Parish Church, York, conducted by the Vicar, the Rev. Philip J. S. Russell. Preacher, the Archbishop of York (Dr. Cyril Garbett )
Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven
General Confession and Absolution The Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm 146
Lesson: St. Luke 24. w. 36-49 Te Deum Collects
Jesus shall reign (E.H. 420) Sermon
God of mercy, God of grace (E.H. 395) Prayers
God is working his purpose out (E.H.
548. w. 1. 4. 5)
Organist, Stanley Johnson
Rev. Philip J. S.
Capriccio in D minor. Op. 116 No. 7; Intermezzo in E flat minor. Op. 118 No. 6; Intermezzo in C, Op. 119 No. 3; Rhapsody in E flat. Op. 119 No. 4 played by Kendall Taylor (piano)
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
' The Composer at Work.' 4-' The Development of Musical Ideas': the first of two talks on this subject by Maurice Jacobson
and his Orchestra, with Joan Davies (piano)
by George and Weedon Grossniith. abridged and read by Eric Gillett in twelve instalments. Part 12
Edric Connor with Charles Ernesco and his Sextet. Presented by Ian C. Messiter
by Dilys Powell
Fortnightly talks on countries of Europe
Sonata Eroica played by Arnold Richardson (organ)
and Arthur Gleghorn (flute)
' The Small Greenhouse.' by W. F. Bewley , c.B.E.
A weekly magazine of queer, unusual. and amusing incidents from real life.
' Advice Corner '-Mabel Constanduros
' Like to Change places '—an express engine driver
Mustc composed by Hal Evans and played by a section of the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell. At the piano, Roma Clarke. Introduced by Bob Walker. Script by George Hardy. Produced by William Worsley
(Leader, George Stratton )
Conducted by Malcolm Sargent
Raffi Petrossian (piano) 3.56 ap. Interval
Concert organised by the Orchestral Concerts Society. From the Royal Albert Hall, London
by T. Thompson. The speaker has lately retired after fifty years as a working book-binder. He describes how he has slid from the routine of the bindery into his habitual recreation, writing
* Over the Hills and Far Away with Wilfred in the Langdales. Script by Jack Singleton. Produced by Nan Macdonald
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BBC Welsh Orchestra, conducted by Idris Lewis. Gordon Parfitt (baritone)
The story of young men in English history whose lives achieved greatness in a short span. Written by Robert Gittings. Produced by Maurice Brown
2—' James Wolfe ' with David King-Wood and Joan Swinstead
by Alistair Cooke
in preparation for St. Andrew's-tide. Conducted by the Rev. Marcus Ward , of the United Theological College, Bangalore, South India
Rejoice the Lord is king (A. and M.
202: M.H.B. 247)
Reading: Romans 10. w. 1-16 and 11, w. 11-12
Ye servants of God (A. and M. 704;
0 spirit of the living God (A. and M.
Dedication and the Lord's Prayer Blessing
Appeal on behalf of the 'Lidice Shall Live' Fund by Alderman B. Stross , M.P.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
by Anthony Trollope. Adapted for broadcasting by H. Oldfield Box. Produced by Howard Rose.
Episode 3 (
Lucius, her son:
Sir Peregrine Orme:
Peregrine, his grandson:
Mr Round Junior:
Mr Samue Dockwrath:
Mr Round, Senior:
Talk by General Sir William Slim , G.B.E., K.C.B., D.S.O., M.C. former Commander of the 14th Army in Burma, then Commander-tn-Chief Allied Land Forces, South-East Asia, and now Commandant of the Imperial Defence College
The Master said: ' Be ye ready ' Psalm 42: St. Luke 12, vv. 32-46 and v. 48; Christian, seek not yet repose (A. and M. 269); Psalm 27
A poetry notebook edited by Patric Dickinson This week's programme includes extracts from ' Henry IV.' Part 2: and poems by G. K. Chester -ton, W. H. Auden. Pope. and Macaulay. Readers, William Devlin and Joan Murray Simpson