Readings for Sunday morning
' The Old Welsh Preacher ' from ' Welsh Country Characters ' by D. Parry-Jones
Read by Prysor Williams.
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Mark Lubbock and his Orchestra with Charles Smart (organ)
A group of services in which Christians examine various aspects of our national life
1-From the village church of Aldborough in the West Riding. Conducted by the Vicar, the Rev. G. P. Potter. Speaker, Guy Hunter , Warden of Grantley Hall Adult Education College
The Welfare State
The spacious firmament on high (A. and M. 662, vv. 1 and 2) Introduction
Confession and Absolution
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him (A. and M. 292)
Reading: Job 38. vv. 1-17 Address
St. Luke 12, vv. 22-30
St. Mark 6, vv. 7 and 8 St. Mark 8, vv. 36 and 37 Prayer
Holy, Holy, Holv, Lord God Almighty
(A. and M. 160)
Organist, A. P. Mann
Given the Welfare State, how can Christians encourage wha,t is good in it and combat what is bad?
Next Sunday: 'Our Politics'
The Bishop of Bristol writes on page 6
Rev. G. P.
Oventure, La Cambiale di Matrimonio
(Rossini): Royal Philiharmoniic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham, Bt .
Legende Op. 17 (WieniawskiY.
Yehudd Menuhin (violin), with the Orchestre des Concerts Colonne, conducted by Georges Enesco
Symphony in B rial minor (Walton):
Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Sir William Walton on gramophone records
A series of six talks 4
-The Flood by Sir Leonard Woolley
Sir Leonard compares the Biblical account of the Flood with an earlier Sumerian version of the same story, and describes his own archaeological excavations in search of evidence of the Flood in Lower Mesopotamia.
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by Julian Herbage
Berlioz' 'The Damnation of Faust,' by Martin Cooper
• Arcangelo Corelli (born February 17, 1653),' by Maurice Lindsay
• Hugo WoU (1860-1903) : an introduction by Frank Walker
Five experts on radio, art, films, theatre, and books
Conducted by Sir Gerald Barry
Radio: Frank Tilsley
Art: R. Furneaux Jordan
Films: Dilys Powell
Theatre: Richard Findlater
Books: John Connell
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Maxwell Knight introduces two speakers, F. J. Brown and John Clegg
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
Some delights of the opera house, remembered with gramophone records
A gardening weekly
Introduced by Roy Hay
N. H. Pizer advises on the reclamation of flooded gardens
K. McCieadie, N.D.H., discusses the planting of ornamental hedges
Joe Brayshaw puts the amateur point of view
Fred Streeter outlines the week's work
by Sheridan Le Fanu
Adapted for broadcasting by H. Arnold Hill
Cast in order of speaking:
(Continued in neat column)
Produced by Mary Hope Allen
Narrator (Maud Ruthyn):
Madame Rougierre, a governess:
Monica Knollys Maud's second cousin:
Austin Ruthyn, Maud's father:
Mary Quince, a maid:
Raf de La
Milly Ruthyn, Maud's cousin:
Dickon Hawkes, Beauty's father:
Tom Bryce, a groom:
(Leader, John Sharpe )
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter
Leon Goossens (oboe)
This week he talks about Mysticism and Logic and other works of Bertrand Russell.
A ' Thinking Day ' message from the World Chief Guide, The Lady Baden-Powell, G.B.E.
followed by Stories of the Saints
' The Golden Legend of Saint Christopher, the Gentle Giant'
Re-told as a radio play by Norman Painting
Other parts played by Ann Chatterley. Bernadette Hodgson and James Holliday Muriel Liddle (harp)
Produced by Peggy Bacon
Prince of Darkness:
A programme of verse and music for the season of the year chosen by Georgie Henschel and read by Georgie Henschel and Norman Claridge
Your Income Tax
The sixth of a series of talks by Gordon Cummings on income-tax allowances and deductions
Today he speaks about arrears of tax and about some other points raised by listeners who have written to him.
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed bv a detailed forecast for South-East England
Talk by Bernard Moore
The seventh General Assembly of the United Nations, which adjourned on December 22, meets again in New York on Tuesday. Bernard Moore, the BBC's
Uni,ted Nations Correspondent, considers what will be before the Assembly at its resumption and looks back at the work itt has already done.
Gwydion Brooke (bassoon)
(Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Conductor, Reginald Jacques
From Haven Green Baptist Church, Ealing. Conducted by the Minister, the Rev. J. Ithel Jones. Preacher, the Rev. Dr. Theodore H. Robinson
'The Son of Man goeth as it is written
Call to Worship
Praise to the Holiest (B.C.H. 72)
Readiing: Isaiah 52, v. 13, to 53. v. 12 In the Cross of Christ I glory (B.C.H.
0 sacred head (B.C.H. 116) Sermon
When I survey (B.C.H. 112) Benediction
Organist, C. Stanley Smallman
In his death, as in his life, Jesus felt the hand of God upon 'him, and knew that he was fulfilling his Father's purpose. He went, he jaid, as it was written ot him. But where was it written? Tonight's service surveys the picture of the Suffering Servant of God portrayed in Isaiah 53.
Rev. Dr. Theodore H.
Appeal on behalf of the Nurses' Fund for Nurses by Kay Hammond
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
For twenty-seven years this Fund has been helping nurses of a paat generation who worked devotedly for the tiny salaries then prevailing. Unable to make provision for their old age, many of tthem, now frail and aged, live lonely and forgotten, their old-age pension insufficient to meet the heavy cost of living. This Fund helps them with regular or emergency grains, gives advice in difficulty, sends them birthday and Christmas presents-in short, makes them feel that they are not quite forgotten but have a friend in need.
The principle of this Fund is to use money contributed to give immediate help, therefore its work is dependent on regular support from friends
by Charles Dickens
Adapted and produced by Charles Lefeaux in twelve episodes
After running away from Dotheboys Hall, Nicholas and Smike reach London and go to Newman Noggs' lodgings for shelter. Here, Mr. and Mrs. Kenwigs are celebrating their wedding anniversary. Newman takes Nicholas in, telling him that his uncle, Ralph, has received a lying letter from Fanny Squeers.
Kate starts work in Madame Mantalini's dress-making establishment, where she suffers indignities at the hands of Mr. Mantalini, Miss Knag, the forewoman, and the customers. She is then asked by Ralph to act as hostess at a dinner he is giving to business acquaintances who include Lord Frederick Verisopht and Sir Mulberry Hawk. Their behaviour is so familiar and insulting that she leaves. Next day, Ralph calls upon Mrs. Nickleby to tell her that Nicholas has left Dotheboys Hall, taking with him an orphan boy and a garnet ring belonging to Mrs. Squeers. Nicholas denies the charges, but, in order that Ralph shall not withdraw aid from his mother and sister, leaves to seek his fortune.
Adapted and produced by:
Mr Vincent Crummles:
The Infant Phenomenon:
First of four programmes in a Coronation series
' QUEEN VICTORIA'by Lord Kinross with Pamela Brown as the Queen
Narrator. Norman Shelley
Producer. Christopher Sykes
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Igor Ozim (violin)
' The Shadow of the Cross '
Psalm 57. vv. 1-7 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Mark 10, w. 32-45
Lord. who throughout these forty days (BBC Hymn Book 83)
Romans 8, vv. 16-17