A reading for Sunday morning from
' Essays on the Lord's Supper '
Part of the essay by J. Leenhardt
' The Grace of the Sacrament'
Reader. Arthur Bush
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader. James Hutcheon )
Conductor, Gerald Gentry
Marjorie Anderson introduces:
Any Complaints about Hairdressers ?: Marion Garrett and Laurence Povey discuss points put by listeners, with Greta Lamb in the chair
The New Tea Boy: Sybil Burr describes the start of a career
Caller in the Kitchen: Jean Metcalfe visits Ambrose Heath
Learned from Life: the lessons of Kevin FitzGerald , Lady Hardinge, Wendy Dewar-Durie , Kaye Webb , and Athene Seyler
High Mass from All Saints' Margaret Street , London. Celebrant : the Rev. D. C. Vickery. Deacon: the Rev. M. C. C.
Melville. Subdeacon and Preacher: The Vicar, the Rev. K. N. Ross
0 clap your hands (E.H. 699) Kyrie Eleison ( Plainsong) Collect
Epistle: Romans 6. vv. 8-14
The God of love my Shepherd la
Gospel: St. Mark S. vv. 1-9 Nicene Creed
Offertory Anthem: Rejoice in the Lord alway (Bedford)
Prayers; Prayer of Consecration
Prayer of Oblation; the Lord's Prayer Agnus Dei
At the Communion: Wherefore. 0
Father (E.H. 336)
Prayer of Thanksgiving Gloria in Excelsis
The Service sung to Stanford in C
Organist and Choirmaster,
Rev. D. C.
Rev. K. N.
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by Julian Herbage
Record Review contributed by Edward Greenfield , Donald Mitchell and Alec Robertson
A request programme of gramophone records including this week:
Overture. The Caliph of Baghdad
(Boieldieu) : Lamoureux Orchestra, conducted by Jean Fournet
Violin Concerto in D (Korngold):
Jascha Heifetz (violin) and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Alfred Wallenstein
Conducted by Philip Hope-Wallace
Theatre: Eric Keown
Radio: Stephen Potter
Book: Pamela Hansford Johnson
Art: J. M. Richards
Film: Riccardo Aragno
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
John Seymour has travelled this Shropshire ' coastline ' and tells of the countryside and the people of it
Recordings edited by John Seymour
Records of some of the young singers now making the headlines in opera
Presented by Cedric Wallis
This week: Graziella Sciutti and Rolando Panerai
Spontaneous questions put by members of the Seascale Horticultural Society are answered by Fred Loads , Bill Sowerbutts and Alan Gemmell
Nina Milkina (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conducted by Walter Susskind
by John Laffin
While on a visit to Sicily, Mr. Laffin found to his astonishment he had been made a member of that famous secret society-The Mafia.
by Major Lewis Hastings
During the second world war Major Lewis Hastings learned parachute jumping. He describes the laborious practice involved .and the exhilaration of what was, to him, a new method of transport
A weekly programme by Antony Hopkins
For Listeners of All Ages
Wilfred Pickles visits
Hardwick Hall home of the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire
There he meets Tom Wragg , Keeper of the Devonshire Collections, and members of the staff
Programme arranged and written by Margaret Potter
Historical scenes from the past re-enacted in the studio by Valerie Skardon , Vida Paterson
Ralph Hallett. John Blain and Joseph Holmes
Production by Trevor Hill
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A summary of events of the past week
Reginald Leopold and the Palm Court Orchestra
This evening's visiting artist,
Patricia Clarke (soprano)
by Alistair Cooke
from the Luton Temple of the Salvation Army, Conducted by Lieutenant-Colonel A. W. Lockyer, assisted by Major W. Watkins. Address by Commissioner Emma Davies
Whosoever heareth (Salvation Army Songbook 199)
I know a fount (S.A.S. Chorus 5)
Bible Reading: Acts 3. vv. 1-10
Solo: Jesus see me at thy feet (S.A.S. 215)
Guide me, O thou great Jehovah (S.A.S. 572)
Just as I am (S.A.S. 217)
The Luton Temple Band
Conducted by Deputy Bandmaster David Roberts
Deputy Bandmaster David
Appeal on behalf of Cecil Houses (Inc.) by the General Manager and Secretary, Mrs. E. Gordon Phillips
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Mrs. Gordon Phillips, Cecil Houses, [address removed]
Cecil Houses Inc., founded in 1926 by Mrs. Cecil Chesterton ., maintains three lodging houses for homeless women and a residential club for business girls in London. Once the initial cost of the building has been raised by public subscription, each enterprise becomes self-supporting. A residential club in Wedlake Street, Kensington, was opened in February, 1953, for seventy-two aged women pensioners from all over Britain.
Funds are urgently needed to clear the balance of the building debt, also to provide a special annexe for residents who require nursing care.
Mrs. E. Gordon
by L. P. Hartley
Adapted and produced as a serial in ten parts by Archie Campbell
5—' Concerto for Two Violins '
The action takes place at Oxford and in Willesden. The time: 1921-1922
Some weeks after Miss Fothergill's death, the children are out driving. From something Craddock, the cabby, tells him, Eustace concludes that he, too, is about to die and sadly decides to make a will.
On the beach he discloses this to Hilda who upbraids him for such morbid speculations. Nancy Steptoe and Dick Staveley arrive on horseback and Dick breaks the news that Miss Fothergill has bequeathed Eustace a fortune and that he is soon to go as a boarder to Dick's old school.
Eustace plans to share his legacy with Hilda-and together they trace out the division on the sand.
'Eustace,a young man':
Hilda,a young woman:
Dr Gregory Master of St Joseph's:
Dick Staveley,a young man:
Dame Rose Macaulay answers personal questions put to her by William Clark
Nicholas Fenn , Alec Robertson
Quartet in C minor, Op. 60 played by the Robert Masters Piano Quartet:
Robert Masters (violin) Nannie Jamieson (viola)
Muriel Taylor (cello)
Ross Pratt (piano)
' The fruit of the spirit is joy'
Isaiah 35, vv. 1-2 and 8-10 Psalm 16 (Broadcast psalter) Philippians 3, v. 17, to 4, v. 20
Rejoice, the Lord is King (BBC H.B.
St. John 15. v. 11
late weather forecast for land areas