A reading for Sunday morning
' The Nature of Prayer ' by Jeremy Taylor read by Preston Lockwood
and forecast for farmers and shipping
London Light Concert Orchestra
(Leader, Michael Spivakovsky )
Conducted by Michael Krein with Jean Pougnet (violin)
from Yardley Parish Church, Birmingham. Conducted by the Vicar, the Rev. Charles Crowson
All hail the power of Jesus' name
Sentences, Confession, Absolution The Lord's Prayer, Responses Venite, vv. 1-7 Psalm 121
Lesson: St. John 11, vv. 17-44 Benedictus
(Continued in next column)
Creed, Responses, Collects
Jerusalem on high (S.P. 197) Sermon
Soldiers of Christ, arise (S.P. 641) Blessing
Organist, Philip Will
Overture: Nina (Paisiello): Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham, Bt.
Duo de St.' Sulpice (Act 3, Manon)
(Massenet): Jeanne Guyla (soprano), César Vezzani (tenor), with Orchestra of the Opéra Comique, Paris, conducted by Piero Coppola Symphony in C (Balakirev): Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Herbert von Karajan on gramophone records
' Coppertop 'by Frank Macey Leigh Frank Macey Leigh tell the story of Arthur Spencely , a schoolmaster who seemed born to be a comedian but instead became in turn soldier, vicar of a slum parish, and missionary in China.
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage; introduced by Julian Herbage. Contents:
'The Traditional Place and Purpose of Music in the Coronation Service (1)' by Basil Maine;
'The Music of Lennox Berkeley' by John Amis;
'On Music's Pleasures' by Hubert Foss
Conducted by Roger Manvell Books: C. V. Wedgwood
Art: Dends Mathews Films: Edgar Anstey Theatre: Philip Hope-Wallace
Radio: Charles Gibbs-Smith
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Listeners' questions about the countryside answered by Eric Hobbis , Maxwell Knjght , and Ralph Wightman Question-Master, Jack Longland Produced by Bill Coysh
Today's anniversaries in the opera world recalled, with gramophone records, by Dennis Arundell
A gardening weekly
Introduced by Roy Hay
I. Thomas ph.n calls attention to some garden pests for which a watch should be kept, and indicates measures of control
Charles Funke reviews the success or failure of various plants recommended for cultivation in the home
Wyndham Russell puts the amateur point of view
Fred Streeter outlines the week's work
Conducted by Reginald Kilbey Hugo D'Alton (mandolin)
See top of page and page 27;
Thas week he talks about 'Mission in Guemo ' and the other novels. of S. B Hough
For the younger ones:
' Pink Gloves on Sunday '
A story by Kitty Styles told by David
For older children:
A play series on the six queens regnant of England written for Coronation Year by Geoffrey Trease
5— 'Anne: The Last of the Stuarts '
Production by David Davis Whether or not ' Good Queen Anne ' was the last of The Stuarts or onJy nhe last member of the family to wear the crown, her story deserves to be better known than it is. This play shows her not only as the long-suffering friend of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, but as a woman with a will of her own.
The Duke of York:
The Duchess of York:
William of Orange:
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough:
Cheaper Decorating by Douglas Aston Three talks for the amateur home decorator who wants to keep his costs down. 1-Paint and Paint-work
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
(Leader, John Sharpe )
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter Peter Katin (piano)
A sound picture without words
Devised and presented by Ludwig Koch The picture opens on a peaceful sea followed by Children playing; nesting season in the Channel Islands: Atlantic rollers: a microphone submerged in a cave: a motor launch at sea: waves on pebbles, and young seals; Antarctic eider duck; a mermaid singing: and a Thanksgiving Service on the shore
for Industrial Sunday from St. Martin's Church, Port Glasgow, conducted by the Minister, the Rev. George Wilkie , and members of his congregation
Christ is King
Metrical Psalm 93: The Lord doth reign (Tune, Stroudwater 134) .
Introduction to the theme by three shipyard workers
Almighty Father of all things that be
Call to Prayer: Prayers
Reading: St. Matthew 6. vv. 5-15
0 God of earth and altar (C.H. 638:
At the name of Jesus (C.H. 178) Blessing
Conductor, Alan F Duncan Organisit, Anne McBearty It was in the lower reaches of the Clyde that James Want perfected his first steam engine in 1769. It was from a nearby yard that the first siteamsthip (The Comet) was launched in 1812. Workmen from the shipyards and engineering shops of this area take part in this evening's Industrial Sunday broadcast.
' A Right to Happiness ' : appeal on behalf of Hamilton Lodge by John Watson, J.P , Chairman of the South-East London Juvenile
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Hamilton Lodge is a private home for mentally retarded boys from the age of twelve upwards. This Chariity was founded by a woman whose own son is a mental defective, and with the help of a skilled staff she is devoting her life to training these unfortunate boys in a happy home atmosphere. There is a long waiting list and Hamilton Lodge is extending its premises so that more boys may be cared for. It is for this extension work that the appeal is made.
by Compton Mackenzie Adapted for radio by Thea Holme with Fay Compton as the storyteller
Other parts played by Elizabeth London Virginia Winter
Mary Wimbush Frank Tickle and Geoffrey Bond The music composed by Norman Fulton Produced by Hugh Stewart (Michael Logan is appearing in 'Escapade' at the Strand Theatre, London)
Miss Phyllida Courteen , accompanying her mamma on a visit to the famous inland spa, Curtain Wells, is conducting a secret love affair with a mysterious gentleman whom she knows by the name of Amor. Under this romantic tide
Mr. Francis Vernon , a penniless adventurer from London, is hidin.g his identity.
Meanwhile, unknown to Vernon,
Mr. Charles Lovely , a young poet, has fallen romantically in love with Miss Courteen after a chance encounter, and determines to seek an introduction through the great Beau Ripple, famous dandy and un-crowned king of Curtain Wells. The Beau holds a favourable opinion of Mr. Lovely 's elegance and wit and is even considering him as a possible successor to his own aus'tere portion; he is not inclined, therefore, to encourage romantic attachments.
Miss Phyllida Courteen:
Mr Justice Moon:
Major Constant ine Tarry:
Symphony No. 8 in F played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Karl Rankl
' Christ is risen '
Psalm 1 (Broadcast psalter) Colossians 3, vv. 1-17
Most glorious Lord of life (BBC
Hymn Book 398) '
Romans 6, v. 4