A reading for Sunday Morning from Memoranda Sacra ' by J. Rendel Harris
Read by Arthur Bush
and forecast for farmers and shipping
London Light Concert Orchestra
(Leader, Tom Jenkins )
Conducted by Michael Krein with Joan Trimble and Valerie Trimble
from Boston Parish Church, Lincolnshire.
Conducted by the Rev. J. P. Adams.
Preacher, the Vicar, the Rev. Canon E. K. Ellis
'Christ, our Life'
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer
(A. and M. 196)
The Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses
Lesson: St. John 11, w. 20-44
Thou art the way (A. and M. 199)
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (A. and M. 176)
Rev. J. P.
Rev. Canon E. K.
with Solomon (piano)
Overture: La Battaglia di Legnano
(Verdi): Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Igor Markevitch
Hungarian Fantasia (Lissf): Solomon
(piano) with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Walter Susskind
A Song of Summer (Delius): Halle
Orchestra, conducted by Sir John Barbirolli
Symphony in D minor (Franck):
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Charles Munch on gramophone records
Mining Engineer by Emily Hahn
As a young undergraduate Emily Hahn had not intended to study mining engineering. In this talk she recalls the chance that led her to take up the subject and the opposition she had to overcome before she became the first woman at the University of Wisconsin to graduate as a mining engineer.
Directed by Reg Pursglove with Peter Dimuantes (tenor)
Conducted by Roger Manvell
Films: Paul Dehn
Theatre: Ivor Brown
Books: Alan Pryce-Jones
Radio: Freda Bruce Lockhart
Art: Denis Mathews
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Maxwell Knight introduces two speakers: Walter J. C. Murray and L. Hugh Newman
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
Walter J. C.
Gramophone records of distinguished singers presented by Derek Aylward
Under the direction of Harold C. Gee with Margot Andersen (soprano)
by Leonore Coffee and W. J. Cowen
Adapted for broadcasting by John Richmond with Gladys Young as Mary Cleophas
(Continued in next column)
Other parts played by: Susan Richards , Jenny Lovelace
Roger Delgado , Arthur Lawrence
Nancy Nevinson ,
David Woodman , John Turnbull Antony Kearey , Nicholas Parsons
Norman Mitchell , Wyndham Milligan
Production by Hugh Stewart
Her sons: James:
Her sons: Joseph:
Her sons: Judah:
Her sons: Simon:
Naomi, Simon's wife:
Daniel, son of Naomi and Simon:
Reba Joseph's wife:
Mary Cleophas, Mary's sister-in-law:
Selima, mother of James and John:
Mary of Magdala:
An invitation to the older folk to recall the days when children were seen but not heard and musical evenings were a family institution with songs by Doris Gambell (soprano) and Rene Soames (tenor) and music played by Doris Hibbert (piano) and Mark Lubbock and his Orchestra
Memories recalled by Freddy Grisewood
The album presented by Campbell Ricketts
This week he talks about ' Ross and the New Yorker,' by Dale Kramer ; ' Fifty-five Short Stories from the New Yorker,' and ' Duveen,' by S. N. Behrman.
3-David Livingstone by Hilton Brown
Produced by Kathleen Garscadden
See page 11
W H D
First small boy:
Second small boy:
David Livingstone (as a boy):
Livingstone's father ):
W H D
A woman's voice:
David Livingstone (missionary and explorer):
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Six talks by Colin Wills
4-Dales and Fells
Produced by Arthur Swinson
In this talk the speaker describes his journey from Horton in Ribblesdale into Wensleydale, and tells how he saw the Butter Tubs Pass and finally came to High Force in the lovely valky of the-Tees.
Conducted by Roger C. Wilson
Quakers from Europe. America, and Asia give thanks to God for the World Conference of Friends, which ended at Oxford last Wednesday, and for the tercentenary of their foundation by George Fox in 1652 Except the Lord build this house (words from Psalms 127 and 115) Music recorded by the choir of the Friends' School, Saffron Walden, Essex
Directed by Richard L. Sturge with José Pogson (soprano)
Appeal on behalf of The Hpstel of God, by Gilbert Harding
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
The Hostel of God was founded in 1889, and is neither controlled nor supported by the state. There are fifty beds, and under construction is a new wing to take an additional twenty-five patients. The majority of patients, 92 per cent of them suffering from cancer, come from the larger hospitals, with whom the closest touch is maintained.
Income in 1951 was £ 12,000 and expenditure C17,000 whilst the new wing is costing £ 40,000 to build and equip.
by Wilkie Collins
Dramatised as a serial for radio in twelveparts by Howard Agg
9 — ' A Letter from Zurich '
Characters in order of speaking:
Produced by David H. Godfrey
Captain Wragge, his wife, and Magdalen Vanstone are now living under the assumed name of Bygrave in the East coast town of AJdborough. An illness is invented for Magdalen which keeps her indoors, thereby serving the double purpose of preventing Mrs. Lecount from establishing Magdalen's identity, and of fostering No;l Vanstone's growing affection for her. Just as it appears that all plans are proceeding satisfactorily, Mrs. Lecount receives a letter from Miss Garth, and again it seems that Captain Wragge and Magdalen are on the brink of dejection.
Another programme in the new series showing how the law works
Narrator, James McKechnie
Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
(sung in Italian)
with the Chorus and Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome
Conducted by Alberto Eredo on gramophone records
A short story by Saki
(H. H. Munro )
Read by Richard Hurndall
' The Secret of Life '
Persecuted for righteousness' sake
Psalm 9 (Broadcast psalter) 2 Corinthians 4
How are thy servants blest (BBC
Hymn Book 305)
1 Peter 2, vv. 20-21