The Gerald Crossman Players
and forecast for farmers and shipping
(Leader, William Mclnulty )
Conductor, David Curry
Readings from the Bible
' The Mission of the Church '
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Ray Martin and his Orchestra
Nona Liddell (violin)
Daphne Ibbott (piano)
Ye holy angels bright (S.P. 701, A. and M. 546, C.H. 39. P.H. 225, all omitting v. 2: Tune, Darwall's 148th)
Interlude: The Ascension
Prayers; the Prayer of St. Ignatius
Loyola; the Lord's Prayer
The head that once was crowned with thorns (S.P. 175, A. and M. 301. C.H. 131, P. and H. 78, all omitting v. 5: Tune, St. Magnus)
10.0 NATURE STUDY. Plants that eat insects ' bv Professor H. R. Hewer.
Professor H. R.
As pants the hart for cooling streams
(BBC Hymn Book 451)
New Every Morning, page 90 Psalm 95 (Broadcast Psalter) Colossians 2, vv. 8-19
0 dear and heavenly city (BBC Hymn
Ian Stewart and his Quintet
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I, by Christine Trodd
Repeated on Thursday at 9.55 a.m.
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Insects. 1— ' How Insects Behave ' by John D. Carthy, Ph.D.
11.40 RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. 5-Studies in Christian Vocabulary, (ii) Grace. Stanley B. Frost, Tutor in Old Testament Studies, Didsbury College, Bristol, speaks on the Biblical meaning of Grace and its importance in Christian theology
from a canteen in Hove, Sussex with Douglas Maynard
Davy Kaye , Alma Cogan
James Moody at the piano Harold Smart at the organ
Presented by Bill Gates
A spontaneous discussion by Ralph Wightman , Mary Stocks
Anthony Wedgwood Benn , M.P.
Sir Edward Boyle , Bt., M.P.
From Budleigh Salterton. Devon.
STORIES AND RHYMES. Henry Penn.' by Isobel St. Vincent, arranged as a three-part serial. Part 3
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH II. 'Two Heroes': a story by Sir Arthur Grimble. (BBC recording)
2.40 INTERVAL MUSIC
2.45 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. ' La Belle au Bois Dormant': a dramatisation of the story by Charles Perrault. Script by Sonia Windsor
and his Serenade Orchestra with Donald Scott (tenor)
Miss Matty and Mr. Holbrook
(1850 and 1820) A dramatic reading from
' Cranford,' by Mrs. Gaskell
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Raymond Raikes
For Younger Listeners
'Tales of Little Grey Rabbit' by Alison Uttley arranged with music and told by ' David '
5—' Little Grey Rabbit and the Weasels '
Singer, Diana Maddox
5.25 For Children of Most Ages
Your questions answered by the resident members-Peter Scott , James Fisher , and L. Hugh Newman-with Derek McCulloch (Uncle Mac) in the chair
McCulloch (uncle Mac)
The Plastics Revolution by A. Renfrew
Mr. Renfrew, who is Development Director of a large plastics concern, describes some of the new uses to which plastics are being put. He also speculates on how far plastics are likely to displace traditional materials.
with Cicely Courtneidge as hostess and Mistress of Ceremonies who each week invites stars from all branches of the entertainment world
Rawicz and Landauer
The George Mitchell Glee Club
Woolf PhiilMps and his Concert Orchestra
Continuity by Gene Crowley
Produced by Alastair Scott-Johnston
The story of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve whose members were once described in an official report as efficient men, non-efficient men, or leading men ' but not as seamen
Script by J. Lennox Kerr
Produced by Ian Curtis
by Ruskin Bond
The speaker talks about the Indian market which, when he was fifteen, was for him 'not only India, but life itself,' of the friends he played with in its streets, and of Maharani the cow, ' Queen of the Bazaar.'
by David Climie and Anthony Armstrong with Beryl Reid
Joan Young and Francis de Wolff
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conductor, Harry Rabinowitz Produced by Jacques Brown
A twice-weekly series of programmes on current affairs
Speakers in the studio in London and from regional and overseas centres contribute news and views on the issues of today and tomorrow
Prokofiev, who was himself a brilliant pianist, wrote a great deal of piano music, including eight sonatas. No. 2 dates from 1912, when he was twenty-one and still a student at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire. Its four movements exhibit the ' Puckishness ' of Prokofiev's musical personality, though a vein of tender lyricism is also revealed, more particularly in the third, the slow movement. The lively finale, which opens like a tarantella, contains a reminiscence of the expressive second subject of the first movement. Harold Rutland
A new series of four talks by Sir Arthur Grimble
1-Arrests on Arorae
The speaker describes how as the youngest officer in the Gilbert Islands he was called upon t6 solve a problem of great delicacy. As a result of ill-judged and high-handed action a white official had been mobbed by a group of Gilbertese. The rule of law must be upheld but the action of the official could hardly be justified. What punishment was to be exacted and how could honour be satisfied and justice done?
followed by late weather forecast for land areas