A reading for Sunday morning from ' The Story of the Christ' by Dr. P. Carrington Archbishop of Quebec
Reader, Rex Palmer
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Conductor, Gerald Gentry
This month Ludwig Koch introduces birds of the sea-shore, including the oyster-catcher, cormorant, and Manx shearwater
Produced by Winwood Reade
by Susi Jeans
From King's College Chapel,
from St. Andrew's Scottish Episcopal Cathedral, Aberdeen. Preacher, the Rev. Canon Ernest Southcott
Introductory comment by the Very Rev. W. P. Shannon , Provost of the Cathedrai
0 Thou who at thy Eucharist didst pray (Hymnai for Scotland 324)
The Introit for the Day (Hymnal 699) The Collect for Purity
The Second Shorter Litany The Collects
The Prophecy: Isaiah 40, vv. 9-11
0 food of men wayfaring (Hymnal
321, v. 1)
The Epistie: Romans 6, vv. 19-23 0 food of men wayfaring (Hymnal
321, v. 2)
The Gradual and Alleluia for the Day
The Gospel: St. Mark 8, vv. 1-9
The Nicene Creed (John Merbecke ) Author of life divine (Hymnal 303) Sermon
The Offertory for the Day (Hymnal
Just as I am (Hymnal 316)
Organist, George A. Trash
Rev. W. P.
Some impressions of village life in India and Pakistan by Philip Mason , CLE.
2 The New Look
Mr. Mason comments on the changed appearance of one of the special groups of Indian villages which have recently been developed under the Government's Five Year Plan, and on the apparently changed spirit of the villagers.
Mason , Cle.
Piano Quartet in G minor (JC.478) played by Clifford Curzon (piano) and members of the Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) on a gramophone record
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A request programme of records
Overture: Beckus the Dandipratt
Norfolk Rhapsody (Vaughan Williams) Handei in the Strand (Grainger) El Salon Mexico (Copland)
BBC correspondents throughout the world talk about the news, its background, and the people who make it.
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
Commander Tom Thompson
Chairman, Alan Gibson discuss one of the best-known holiday areas in the country, including Torbay, Paignton, and Brixham
Produced by Ian Curtis
Dennis Arundell introduces famous characters in different settings
This week: Salome
Five programmes based on the journals of Jeremiah Goldswain
Adapted and introduced by Anthony Delius
Reader, Bernard Miles
1 — ' To Return Home Quite Rich '
Jeremiah Goldswain was a sawyer who left Great Marlow at the age of 17 to become one of the ' 1820 Settlers' in the Eastern Cape. For 40 years he kept a daily record of the trials and surprises of that first generation in Africa; but his gusto and humour were as tenacious as his Buckinghamshire speech. The Journals were edited by Una Long.
Waltz in B minor, Op. 69. No. 2
Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op. 44 played by Stefan Askenase (piano) on gramophone records
The story of the last days of H.M.S. Warspite
Her wreck in Prussia Cove and her final dismantling in Mounts Bay, Cornwall
This work was a great feat of engineering skill that took ten years to accomplish
Written and introduced by James Lennox Kerr
Edited and produced by Roy Hayward in the BBC's Plymouth studios
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent
An enquiry for the record by D. G. Bridson
1-The Lost Library
This is the first of three programmes telling the story of twentieth-century scholarship's most fascinating and momentous discovery. The Dead Sea Scrolls have thrown new light upon the life and religious beliefs of the Holy Land at the time of the birth of Christ. This is the story as told by the scholars and archaeologists who have been studying the implications of that discovery ever since. It includes recordings made on the shores of the Dead Sea, Old and New Jerusalem, in England, Trance, Italy, and America.
For the Younger Ones
Josephine Lee and David play nursery rhymes of France from ' La Nursery ' by D. E. Inghelbrecht
5.10 app. For Children of Most Ages
' Mowgli by Rudyard Kipling
Four stories from
' The Jungle Books ' told by David
1-' Mowgli's Brothers '
' This is the hour of pride and power,
Talon and tush and claw.
Oh, hear the call! — Good hunting all
That keep the Jungle Law! '
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader; William Armon ) with Helen Watts (contralto)
Michael Krein (saxophone)
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate invite you to listen to a programme of music for the early evening
Conducted by Sir Gerald Barry
Radio: Lionel Hale
Book: Elspeth Huxley
Art: J. M. Richards
Film; Roger Manvell
Theatre: Richard Findlater
from Tabernacle Congregational Church, Milford Haven; conducted by the minister, the Rev. R. Emlyn Leyshon
Introit: Eternal father, strong to save (C.P. 680)
Call to Worship and Prayer of Invocation
The Lord's Prayer
Fill thou my life (C.P. 22)
Lesson: St. Luke 15, vv. 1. 2, and 11-32 Lord of our life (C.P. 508) Prayer
Great God of wonders (C.P. 67) Sermon
Crown him with many crowns (C.P.
Organist. John Paul
Choirmaster, Idris Richards
Appeal on behalf of the Deaf Children's Society by Lady Templer
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Lady Templer, The Deaf Children's Society, [address removed]
The Deaf Children's Society came into being in 1944, when a small group of parents of deaf children arranged to meet in order to support each other's hopes and allay each other's anxieties for their children's education, on which they realised their children's future happiness depended. Now the Society's membership numbers some 1,200 and includes members of the public whose imagination has been stirred bv the very magnitude of the task-how to teach children who cannot apprehend the sound of human speech to know the meaning of language, to communicate by speech, and to acquire knowledge and the usual skills. The Deaf Children's Society Information and Advisory Bureau acts as a friend and guide to parents: literature and instructional booklets prepared bv experts are available on request; meetings and courses of lectures are arranged and money is being provided for medical and technical research and for bursaries to student-teachers. The Society receives no Government grant for this work.
by John Galsworthy
Dramatised as a serial in eleven parts by Muriel Levy
Singer. Beth Boyd
Pianist. Cicely Hoye
Production by Robin Midgley
Sir Lawrence Mont sees Bobby Ferrar, on Hubert's behalf, at the Foreign Office. Meanwhile Adrian and all the family attend the sudden wedding of Jean Tasburgh and Hubert. Dinny is staying at the Ferses's house as a protection for Diana in case her mentally sick husband becomes difficult.
Jean, now in a stronger position as Hubert's wife, again pleads with Lord Saxenden to use his power against her husband's possible extradition. He gives her an introduction to Bobby Ferrar. They go to the Foreign Office with Hallorsen.
Hubert is brought up at Bow Street on a warrant and is ' remanded till the arrival of supporting evidence.'
Having gained her goodwill, Hallorsen again pleads with Dinny, but she is too concerned for Diana Ferse whose husband is becoming violent. Dinny takes the children to Hilary's. On her return, Diana greets her with the news that Ronald has disappeared.
The Rev Hilary Charwell:
A documentary feature on Robert, Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell compiled from his writings and the recorded memories of those who knew him
Written and produced by Robert Pocock
A varied programme by The Court Ensemble : Patricia Clark (soprano)
Harold Clarke (flute)
Joy Hall (cello)
(harpsichord and piano)
A programme compiled from the correspondence between Mozart and his father by Imogen Hoist
Martin Starkie. Anthony Jacobs
During the winter of 1777-8 Mozart, who was then twenty-one, had left home in search- of a living. This programme consists of extracts from Letters of Mozart and his Family' translated by Emily Anderson.
' The Christ of God '
2 Samuel 23. vv. 1-6
Psalm 111 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Luke 9, vv. 1-24
God the Father's only Son (BBC H.B.
St. Mark 14. vv. 61-62a
followed by late weather forecast for land areas