Troise and his Banjoliers
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Conductor, David Curry
' Living the Christian Life ' by the Rev. Tom Allan
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Eric Jupp and his Orchestra
by Margerie Few
Now thank we all our God (S.P. 350;
A. and M. 379; C.H. 29; P. and H. 25: Tune. Nun danket)
Interlude: ' The Resurrection of Jesus '
Prayers; the Prayer for Today; the Lord's Prayer
The strife is o'er (S.P. 147; A. and M. 135 C.H. 122, omitting v. 4; P. and H. 73: Tune, Victory)
10.0 NATURE STUDY. Pond Hunting-1. Script by Christine Dudley. (BBC recording)
We sing the praise of him who died
(BBC Hymn Book 95)
New Every Morning, page 26 Psalm 31 (Broadcast psalter) Romans 4, vv. 1-12
Jesu, grant me this, I pray (BBC
Hymn Book 517)
Jack White and his Band
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT i, by Christine Trodd
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Water. 1— Rain.
11.40 RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. The Reunion of the Churches. Henry Lefever , Professor of Missions, Selly Oak Colleges. Birmingham, gives the first of two talks on the Church of South India.
from a canteen in East Tilbury,
Essex with Douglas Maynard , Eddie Molloy
Julie Dawn , Cardew Robinson
James Moody (piano) Bert Weedon (guitar) Max Abrams (drums)
Presented by Bill Gates
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
A spontaneous discussion between
Ted Leather, M.P.
Dr. J. Bronowski
Elaine Burton, M.P.
Produced by Michael Bowen
From the Ford Hall, Newton Abbot ,
STORIES AND RHYMES. ' The Brahmin who went to look for Wealth': an Indian folk tale retold for broadcasting by S. Menoii Marath
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH 11. Scenes from ' Dr. Faustus ' by Christopher Mar lowe. Part 1
2.40 INTERVAL MUSIC
2.45 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. A programme in simple French, in which listeners are invited to take an active part. Scene: En route pour la Touraine. Madame Duval leaves Paris to go and stay with her cousin Berthe. Script by Emile Harven.
The marches played by Ford Motor Works Military Band Conductor, Major G. H. Willcocks ,
The waltzes played by The Promenade Players
Conductor, Sidney Bowman
Introduced by Lionel Marson
Waltz: The Emperor
Major G. H.
Poems we all remember selected by Patrie Dickinson
Reader, Harry Middleton
by Bertha Gaster
In the first of two talks in which she re-creates her impressions of two unusual houses, Miss Gaster returns to wartime Cairo and its strange encounters of people, places, and events.
For Younger Listeners
' Once Upon a Time
Hans Christian Andersen
2—' Thumbelina '
Translated by R. P. Keigwin told by Jo
'There was once a woman who did so want to have a wee child of her own, but she had no idea where she was to get it from. So she went off to an old witch and said to her, " would so dearly like to have a little child. Do please tell me where I can find one ..." '
5.25 For Children of Most Ages
'Where shall Wisdom be Found?'
Ormerod Greenwood gives the results of the Bible competition he set on March 22
' Drama in Education *
W. R. Dalzell talks about the current exhibition at the British
Drama League (10 Fitzroy Square, London, W.l)
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Agricultural Production and Marketing Problems Today by Colin Clark
Mr. Clark is Director of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute at Oxford. He gives his views on the planning of farm output under the present changing economy.
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BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader, John Sharpe )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson with Anna Pollak , Robert Thomas
in the Borough of Swillit-down-Quick with Violet Carson, Jack Watson, Deryck Guyler, Fred Yule, Billie Whitelaw, Cass James, Bretton Woods
Script by Cass James and Frank Roscoe
Produced by Ronnie Taylor
performed by singers and instrumentalists from the National Opera, Zagreb, during a recent visit to London
A History of the Two Thousand Guineas
The programme written by Keith Bell
Edited and produced by Robert Pocock
Newmarket has long been the headquarters of the Jockey Club and the centre of English flat racing. Eight meetings are held there each year. The Rowley Mile-the scene of tomorrow's classic — owes its name to Charles II , who first raced his horses at Newmarket in 1671.
by H. G. Wells
Adapted for broadcasting by Lance Sieveking
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
A twice-weekly survey of 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
Prepared for performance by Leonard Isaacs played by the London Harpsichord Ensemble: John Francis (flute and bass flute)
Joy Boughton (oboe and cor anglais)
Peter Graeme (oboe d'amore)
Edward Wilson (bassoon)
Peter Parry (bassoon)
Peter Mountain (violin)
Albert Chasey (violin) Bernard Davis (viola)
Ambrose Gauntlett (cello)
Derek Simpson (cello)
Adrian Beers (double-bass)
Millicent Silver (harpsichord)
followed by late weather forecast for land areas