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A retrospect of notable gramophone issues
Conducted by the Rev. Sidney M. Berry , D.D., Secretary of the Congregational Union of England and Wales
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
(Cong.H. 9; A. and M. 298)
Te Deum Lesson
0 God, our help in ages past (Cong.H.
48: A. and M. 165)
The Lord's my shepherd (Cong. H, 62) Blessing
Rev. Sidney M.
John Reynders with his Orchestra
A fortnightly review, introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage. Contents: ' Casals (born December 29. 1876),' a tribute on his seventieth birthday by Roberto Gerhard and Vera Canning : ' The Pleasure of Your Company ... ,' an anthology of operatic meals by Spike Hughes ; Herrnione Gingold discovers an unknown composer
by E. H. Young , read by Gladys Young. 1-' The Reverend Corder's Housekeeper.'
Tony Bell and his Ensemble, with songs by Christiane Lys (at the piano, Achille Christen), and the Schmid vocal trio. From Geneva
by Francis Crowdy
by Leo Marquard. Oxford University Press Representative in Cape Town
122 — Inverness: the Eastern Firths (Scotland). Edited by Alexander Keith and produced by Elizabeth Adair
and his Courtiers, with Harry Dawson
' Getting the Best out of a Fruit Garden : a discussion between a Surrey gardener. Gordon Forsyth , and Geoffrey Eley
Phillip Leaver as Mr. Pecksniff from ' Martin Chuzzlewit '
Programme arranged by V. C. Clin ton-Baddeley. Produced by Leslie Stokes.
From the Town Hall, Birmingham
' Sheffield Castle'
A play in the series ' Castles of England ' by L. du Garde Peach. Produced by Derek McCulloch ('Mac')
Gerard de Furnival:
Maud, his wife:
Earl of Shrewsbury:
Bess, his wife:
Mary, Queen of Scots:
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6.10 National Savings review
by Rossini (English words by Edward J. Dent )
First of a weekly series, performed by the Sadler's Wells Opera Company. Nora Gruhn (soprano), Tom Culbert (tenor), Redvers Llewellyn (baritone). Sadler's Wells Orchestra (leader, Walter Price): Conductor, Michael Mudie. From Sadler's
Cavatina: Far in the eastern heaven CaA'atina: I am the busiest man in the town
Arioso: Would you know who comes here to implore you?
Duet: When I hear your lordship mention
Cavatina: Once a song at break of day
Duet: Then it's me? You really mean it?
Trio: Almaviva: Your romantic intimation
2-' Public Mischief '
The story of a practical joke and its consequences. The scene is London, New Year's Eve, and the programme illustrates the workings of the law in all the stages of the case. Narrator, James McKechnie. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
conducted by the Archbishop . of Canterbury, in the study of his home in Canterbury Carol: In dulci jubilo Sentences Confession
Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake
(John Hilton )
Scripture reading Psafm 119, vv. 1-8 Sermon
Father, hear the praver we offer
Commendation and Blessing
Music sung by members of the Cathedral Ghoir, conducted by Gerald Knight , Master of the Choristers
Appeal on behalf of the Old People's Welfare Committee of the National Council of" Social Service by Donald McCullough
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 8
Sir Peregrine Orme:
General Sir William Slim ,
<i.B.E., K.C.B.. D.S.O., M.C., former Commander of the Fourteenth Army in Burma, then Commander-in-Chief Allied Land Forces in South-East Asia, weighs up our prospects in the coming year
Radio version of the Gainsborough Picture, starring Stewart Granger , Phyllis Calvert , and Jean Kent. Directed by Bernard Knowles and adapted for radio by Dennis ArundeU
Solo violin, Jean Pougnet. The Studio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Louis Levy. Produced by Tom Ronald
Jeanne de Vermond:
Paul de la Rochelle:
Comtesse de Vermond:
' The Eternal God is thy Refuge.' Psalm 90, vv. 1-6. 12-17; Romans 8. vv. 12-17. 31-35. 37-39; Thy hand. 0 God. has guided (A. and M. 604); Deuteronomy 33. v. 27a
A poetry notebook edited by Patric Dickinson. This week's number. compiled by Jack Lindsay , is called ' Poets of a Broken World.' Readers, Ann Lindsay and Basil Ashmore