Clydebank Burgh Band
Conductor, John Hoggans
and forecast for farmers and shipping
Conducted by Raymond Agoult
by the Rev. Leo Sherley-Price , Chaplain, the Royal Naval Engineering College, Plymouth
3—' The Ship's Company '
and forecast for farmers and shipping
A midweek bulletin of food news
Compiled by Louise Davies
Pamela Petts (soprano)
Josephine Lee (piano)
The Carter String Trio :
Mary Carter (violin) Anatole Mines (viola)
Eileen McCarthy (cello)
Talk by Maurice Levinson
Mr. Levinson presents a taxi-driver's view of life in the streets of Mayfair and Soho in the small hours.
STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY. ' St. Louis and Darqietta': ': crusaders try to attack the Holy Land by way of Egypt (1248-54). Script by Rhoda Power.
The race that long in darkness pined
(BBC H.B. 496)
New Every Morning, page 37 Psalm 122 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Luke 20. v. 41, to 21, v. 4
Jesu. thou joy of loving hearts (BBC
Primo Scala and his Accordion Band
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT II: Marjorie Eele
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS II
11.40 FRENCH FOR SIXTH FORMS. Emission par une personnalité: Yvonne Arnaud.
and some records
The Radio Revellers invite you to a rendezvous round the radiogram
An agricultural weekly
Topical talks of interest to farmers and country people
News commentary by Clifford Selly
Introduced by Alastair Dunnett
Shipping and general weather forecasts, followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
Reports from Britain and overseas
Records by some of the most popular bands from both sides of the Atlantic
Introduced by David Jacobs
LET'S JOIN IN. ' Miss Toosey and the Birds': an original tale by M. E. Ryder , adapted for broadcasting by Jean Sutcliffe. Part 1
2.20 ADVENTURES IN music. Concert on gramophone records. Helen Henschel introduces excerpts from Britten's ' Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra ' and some of the other pieces heard so far this term
2.40 HISTORY ii. Religious Revival: John Wesley. Script by Antony Brown
by Edith Watson
Produced by Colin Shaw in the BBC's North of England studios
Isabella of France:
Sir William de Montacute:
Sir Hugh Turpington:
Ralph de Neville:
by Janet Allen
Characters in order of speaking:
Produced by David H. Godfrey
from the Cathedral Church of St. Mary, Edinburgh
Versicles and Responses (Smith) Psalms 113, 114, and 115 First Lesson: Ecclesiastes 5, vv. 1-10 Magnificat (Healey Willan in B flat) Second Lesson: Acts 24, v. 24, to 25, vv. 1-12 Nunc dimittis (Healey Willan in B flat)
Creed, Suffrages, Collects
Anthem: Remember 0 Lord what is come upon us (Lamentations, vv. 1, 7, 15. 17, 19) (T. A. Walmisley)
Organist and Master of the Choristers,
Assisting at the organ, E. F. Thomas
Advice and entertainment for retired people and older people generally, and a meeting-place on the air for those who are concerned for their welfare
To Uganda from Cornwall: Hilda Jennings took to the air for the first time to see her son. Sticking to Diets: A doctor advises patients' friends
Programme presented by Richard Baker
' Young Man with a Sword'
A serial play in three episodes from the book by Jane Oliver
Dramatised by Marion MacWilliam
3-' Liberation '
Produced by Kathleen Garscadden
This is the last episode of the thrilling adventures of young Gavin Maitland, who, bravely aided by his younger sister Elspeth and his brother Neil, held his father's estate against the ravages of the English, and joined Robert Bruce and his handful of loyal triends.
Jane Oliver, the author of this historical novel, has said of it: 'I have added absolutely nothing to the breath-taking story of Scottish liberation.'
5.30 For Older Listeners
A Young People's Forum on Books
Lord David Cecil
Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Rupert Hart-Davis Marghanita Laski
Colonel Robert Henriques
Chairman, Ivor Brown
The questions are asked by boys of Dulwich College and girls of Queen's College. London, before an audience of sixth formers from fifty-five London schools
Recorded at the Royal Festival Hall. London, during the Sunday Times Book Exhibit ion. Programme arranged in conjunction with W. H. Smith and Son, Ltd.
5.50 Children's Hour prayers
Conducted by the Rev. E. D. Jarvis , D.D. of Wellington Church, Glasgow
Lady Violet Bonham
Rev. E. D.
Jarvis , D.D.
Children of Sir Thomas Maitland:Gavin Maitland:
Children of Sir Thomas Maitland:Neil Maitland:
Children of Sir Thomas Maitland:Elspeth Maitland:
The Lady Anne, their mother:
Ralf, a cousin:
Dame Euphemia, his mother:
Old Mirren cook at Thornyhill:
Dougal a page:
Robert Bruce, King of Scotland:
Edward Bruce, his brother:
James Douglas, a supporter of the King:
Shipping and general weather forecasts. followed by a detailed forecast for South-East England
A comment on the home news
Speaker, H. R. Cummings
A Country Dance Party with songs by Isla Cameron
Bob Oliver , guest caller
Birmingham Square Dance Band
Introduced by Kenneth Clark
Script written by Godfrey Harrison
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Paul Fenoulhet
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
Psyche, the dog:
Four conversations between
Patric Dickinson and R. N. Currey
1—' A Liking for Poetry '
In these programmes two poets reconsider the place of poetry nowadays, the charges commonly brought against it, and the grounds for their enthusiasm.
A series of five talks for Advent 1
The Bible Meaning of Hope'
by the Rev. T. W. Manson , D.D.,
In this talk Professor Manson examines the concept of hope in Scripture, in both the Old and New Testaments, especially in its bearing on the problem of physical evil. In view of the present-day stress on Biblical theology, it is important to approach the meaning of the Christian hope first of all from the point of view of the Bible.
Rev. T. W.
Manson , D.D.,
Folk Songs from Italy sung by Hella Toros accompanied by Julian Bream with his guitar
late weather forecast for land areas
A review of today's overseas commodity and financial news, and the London Stock Market closing report