Readings for Sunday morning
and forecast for farmers and shipping
The Promenade Players
Conductor, Sidney Bowman
Margaret Good (piano)
from Bethesda Baptist Church, Ipswich, conducted by the Minister, the Rev. George Bird
0 for a thousand tongues (B.C.H. 147) Sentences
Love divine (B.C.H. 317)
Reading; Isaiah 45, vv. 15-22; Romans
8. vv. 31-37
Crown him with many crowns
All hail the power of Jesus' name
Organist. Ernest J. Pulham
Overture. Le Corsaire (Berlioz): Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Paul Kletzki
(Continued in next column)
Siegfried Idyll (Wagner): Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Guido Cantelli
Air: O Silver Moon' (Rusalka, Act 1)
(Dvorak): Joan Hammond (soprano) with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Vilem Tausky
Air: 'Twill soon be midnight (Queen of Spades. Act 3) (Tchaikovsky): Joan Hammond (soprano), with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Vilem Tausky
Double Concerto, for two string orchestras, piano. and timpani (Martinu): Sidney Crook (piano), James Bradshaw (timpani), Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Rafael Kubelik on gramophone records
4-The Go:d Comb of Solokha by Count Alexis Bobrinskoy
In 1908, when the speaker was a boy; he was present at the excavation in South Russia ot the burial ground of a Scythian king of the fourth or fifth century B.C.; and it was he who, more or less by chance, discovered the unique golden comb which is now in the Hermitage Museum in Leningrad.
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by Alec Robertson
Dukas and " La Peri ," ' by Norman Demuth
' The Music of Glazunov,' by Boyd Neel
Denis Gauitier and his " La Rhetorl que des Dieux " (1652),' by Diana Poulton , with recorded illustrations by Diana Poulton Oute ) and Christopher Wood (harpsichord)
Five experts on films, theatre, books, radio, and art
Conducted by Eric Newton
Films: C. A. Lejeune Theatre: Eric Kpown
Books: Elspeth Huxley Radio: Charles Gibbs-Smith
Art: Basil Taylor
and forecast for farmers and shipping
A review of the change in the countryside of Britain since May 3, 1942, as a celebration of the tenth anniversary of Country Magazine
Introduced by Ralph Wightman
Music arranged by Francis Collinson played by the Wynford Reynolds Sextet
Singer, Robert Irwin
Produced by Francis Dillon who writes on page 9
Gramophone records of music from operas based on his works
A gardening weekly introduced by Roy Hay
John Sambrook reviews some of the latest gardening books
S. L. Lord talks about hardy carnations and dianthus
Robert Thompson puts the small gardener's point of view
Fred Streeter outlines the week's work
by August Strindberg in an English version by Max Faber arranged and produced for broadcasting by E. A. Harding
The play is set in the sitting-room of the Captain's house on the outskirts of a Swedish town during two winter evenings towards the end of the last century
Adolf, a cavalry Captain:
Laura, his wife:
Bertha, their daughter:
The pastor, Laura's brother:
Margret, an old nurse:
Noejd, the Captain's batman:
Svaerd, an orderly:
BBC Opera Orchestra (Leader. John Sharpe )
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
Produced by Harold Neden
Thais, a courtesan:
Athanael, a Cenobite monk:
Albine, Abbess of the Convent of White Nuns:
This week he talks about the novels of C. S. Forester , now being published in a collected edition.
Jennifer's Journeys '
(Third Series) by Howard Jones
1—' Jennifer in Westminster ' with Jane Fergus as Jennifer and Stephen Jack Patience Collier
Lewis Stringer , Henzie Raeburn
Vivienne Chatterton. Laidman Browne
Richard Goolden , Norman Shelley
Produced by David Davis
Many listeners will recall the journeys of Jennifer Justice, American daughter of an English mother, through the Home Counties. This y'ar Jennifer returns to discover something about London.
Her journey today takes her past the Banqueting Hall of o'.i Whitehall, to Trafalgar Square; she hears the strange hfstories of the statue of King Charles I, and of Mrs. Hicks, the apple woman of Hyde Park: she learns how Piccadilly gained its unusual name. Her wanderings bring her to Buckingham Palace, through St. James' Park. and so back to Parliament Square. The journey suitably ends with a visit to Westminster Abbey.
Hotoard Jones writes on Children's Page
Insurance for Life
Four talks by T. B. Durie a district manager of a large insurance company
2—' Industrial' and ' Ordinary '
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Szymon Goldberg (violin) BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
Alexander Glazunov , who was born at St. Petersburg in 1865, began his career as a Russian nationalist composer. When he was a boy, no less an authority than Balakirev nicknamed him the little Glinka '; and it was at Balakirev's recommendation that Glazunov became a pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov. At the age of seventeen he produced his first symphony, for which he was presented with a laurel wreath. His output in later years was considerable, but his style became more cosmopolitan. In 1899 he was appointed Professor at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire, and ten years later became its director. After the revolution in Russia he went to Paris, where he died in 1936. Of his eight symphonies, No. 6 is perhaps the best known; it was written in St. Petersburg in 1896. There are four movements: Adagio leading to Allegro pas-sionate; a theme with seven variations; Intermezzo; and Andante tnaesloso.
from the Parish Church of Eversley, Hampshire, conducted by the Rector, the Rev. R. C. Rudgard O.B.E , .
King of giory (E.H. 424) The Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses Psalm 146
First Lesson: Isaiah 61, vv. 1-3. and v. 11 (read by the Rector's Warden)
Second Lesson: St. Matthew 5, w.
1-12 (read by the People's Warden)
Creed and Collects
From thee all skill and science flow
0 God of truth (E.H. 449) Blessing
Organist, Stanley Athill
Rev. R. C.
Appeal on behalf of the Methodist International House, by the Rev. Donald O. Soper, Ph.D. Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
At the Methodist International House men and women students of all nations live together on a family basis without discrimination of race, colour, or creed, each learning to understand and appreciate the other. The house has a resident capacity of seventy-eight. It is also the headquarters of a nation-wide work among students from overseas. Every student known to be arriving in this country is personally met and welcomed at the port of arrival. Hundreds of students of all nations are placed yearly in Christian homes where they are received as sons and daughters, and many more are helped with their problems.
Money is needed to carry on this welfare work and to complete the cost of adapting and furnishing the house.
A serial play for broadcasting in tenepisodes by Fran .: Hauser and Donald McWhinnie from the novel by Henry James
Production by E. J. King Bull
Other parts played by Nicholas Parsons and Roger Delgado
Isabel Archer makes her first visit to Europe under the wing of her aunt, Mrs. Touchett, and in the summer of 1870 they arrive together at Gardencourt, in the county of Berkshire, the English home of the Touchett famry. Miss Archer's first weeks in England are eventful; she refuses a proposal. of marriage from Lord Warburton, a neighbouring landowner; resists the efforts of her American friend, Henrietta Stackpole, to unite her with Caspar Goodwood, an old admirer who has followed her from Boston; and inherits a large fortune from her Uncle Daniel. In due course Miss Archer begins a- Continental tour, going first to France, then to Italy, in the company of Mrs. Touchett and Madame Merle, an old friend of her aunt-unaware that she owes her fortune to her cousin Ralph, who had persuaded his father to alter his will in her favour.
E. J. King
A selection of the favourite folk songs played in ' Country Magazine ' during the ten years since May 3, 1942
Selected, arranged, and conducted by Francis Collinson with the Wynford Reynolds Sextet
Singers: Hedli Anderson
Robert Irwin , Cyril Tucker
Martin Boddey. Clarence Wright with a male chorus from the BBC Singers
Produced by Francis Dillon
V. Sackville-West has recorded some memories of her old home.
This evening Henry Riddell and Max Robertson are at Knole to describe some of the rooms she remembers so well
Miss Sackville-West is the daughter of the late Lord Sackville. She was born, brought up, and lived at Knole most of her life and loved it intensely.
Octet in E flat, Op. 20 played by the Whitehead String Ensemble:
Kathleen Sturdy (violins)
Lorraine du Val (violins) Colin Sauer
Molly Panter (violas)
Peter Beavan cellos)
James Whitehead (cellos)
Christ is Risen
Psalm 118, vv. 10-20 (Broadcast
St. John 21, w. 1-17
Father of peace (BBC Hymn Book
1 Corinthians 15, w. 20-22