Wynford Reynolds and his Orchestra
and forecast for farmers and shipping
(Leader, William McInulty)
Conductor, David Curry
' God in the unexpected '
Reading and comment by the Rev. K. W. Wadsworth
Exodus 3. vv. 1-14
Rev. K. W.
and forecast for farmers and Shipping
Philip Green and his Concert Orchestra
Hazel Clare (soprano)
William Armon (violin)
God of mercv. God of grace <S.P.
170: A. and M. 218; C.H. 379: Tune, Heathiands)
Interlude: 'The Rich Young Ruler' Prayers; the Prayer of St. Ignatius
Loyola; the Lord's Prayer
Father, hear the prayer we offer (S.P.
487: Tune, Gott will's machen)
by Arthur Catherall
The speaker is a writer of children's adventure stories. When in real life he met a bully, he failed to act as one of his own heroes might have done, but nevertheless managed to get his own back in the end.
There is a green hill far away (BBC
Hymn Book 92)
New Every Morning, page 26 Canticle 5 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Matthew 11, vv. 20-30
When Jesus Christ was yet a child
The Regent Orchestra
Conducted by John Thorpe
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT i, by Marjorie Eele
11.20 HISTORY i. An Apprentice's Holiday a story of guild life in the North of England in the fourteenth century. Script by John Allen. (BBC recording)
11.45 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. A programme of simple French in which listeners are invited to take an active part. Scene: Le Forgeron de Montbeliard. Script by Arnold J. Henschel
Listeners' requests introduced and played by Sandy Macpherson at the BBC theatre organ
from a canteen in Stoke Prior
with The Hedley Ward Trio, Joan Turner, Tony Fayne and David Evans, Bill Kerr
Harry Engleman at the piano
Presented by Philip Garston-Jones
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Questions of the moment discussed by A. G. Street
Robert Boothby. M.P.
The RL Hon.
P. C. Gordon-Walker, M.P.
Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
From Havant, Hampshire
FOR THE FOURTEENS- The American Scene. 4 — ' The American Negro': a programme based on his music and verse. Script written and narrated by Jack Morpurgo
2.20 ADVENTURE IN MUSIC. Ravel: second of two illustrated talks by Eileen Browne
2.4() SENIOR ENGLISH n. Sir Walter Raleigh : the storv of an Elizabethan adventurer and poet. Script by Hugh Ross Williamson
from Durham Cathedral
Versicles and Responses (
William Smith )
First Lesson: Genesis 7. vv. 7-24 Magnificat (Gray in B flat)
Second Lesson: Romans 2. vv. 1-16 Nunc dimittis (Gray in B flat) Creed, Suffrages, Collects
Anthem: The heavens are telling
Prayers and Grace Carol : Earth today rejoices (Oxford
Carol Book 141)
Organist and Master of the Choristers,
Talk by Charles Grosse
The speaker lived for many years in Kenya when it was a land of peace and concord. In this talk he tells the story of Anderrini, a little African girl, who joined his household at the age of six and stayed to become the adored and adoring nurse of his two children.
(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conductor, Ian Whyte
A nursery sing-song with Dorisand Gwen
Elaine Hugh-Jones at the piano
' Penny, Tuppence, and Dinkie-Poo': a story by Marion John son, told by Herbert Smith
5.25 - Nature Parliament
Your questions answered by the resident members-James Fisher , L. Hugh Newman. and Peter Scott- withDerek McCulloch (Uncle Mac) in the chair
McCulloch (uncle Mac)
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
A recorded programme of musical reminiscences in which you are invited to share by sending your personal memories and the tunes that bring them back to you
from the Royal Air Force Station,
West Raynham, Fakenham,
Norfolk with The Keynotes, Diane Dubarry
Robert Moreton , Tessie O'Shea
James Moody at the piano
Eric Easton at the organ
Presented by Bill Gates
presented by Jack Hylton from the New York production by Leland Hayward with Jeff Warren , Donald Burr
Directed by Richard Bird
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse
Orchestra under the direction of Cyril Ornadel
Introduced by Brian Johnston
From the London Coliseum
by Rene Cutforth who tells the story
Produced by Peter Duval Smith
Rene Cutforth has recently been in Malaya. He lived with the British and Colonial troops engaged against the Communist bandits, took part in several jungle patrols, and visited British rubber planters on their estates. He inspected the new w civil rehabilitation centres and was able to study General Templcr's plans for a united and peaceful Malaya.
René Cutforth writes on page 5
Dr. P. H. Frankel , author of ' Essentials of Petroleum,' considers the economic background to the political problems of oil
Dr. P. H.
Written by Spike Milligan and Larry Stephens with the Ray Ellington Quartet
Announcer, Andrew Timothy
Orchestra conducted by Wally Stott Programme edited by Jimmy Grafton
Produced by Peter Eton
Our attitudes to life rest upon differing beliefs and assumptions; and we too seldom discuss fundamental issues with those whose assumptions differ from our own. In this series of programmes speakers who might not otherwise have done so come together to examine some characteristic attitudes to the world we live in. In tonight's programme, the first in the series, humanism is debated by H. J. Blackham
Secretary to the Ethical Union
Fr. Vincent Turner S.J.
University Lecturer in Philosophy at Oxford
King Edward VII Professor of English Literature
In the University of Cambridge