' The Life of Faith '
4-The faith is all in the waiting
A breakfast-time magazine bringing you news, views and interviews followed by MORNING MUSIC
' The Life of Faith '
A series of talks by Canon Roy McKay
5-Time to stand and stare
An up-to-the-minute guide for your listening and viewing
A bulletin of food news to guide the household shopper
Compiled and read by Louise Davies
Ye holv angels bright (S.P. 701, A. and M. 546, C.H. 39, P. and H. 225, all omitting v. 2: Tune, Darwall's 148th)
Interlude: The man born blind
Prayers; the Prayer for Friends; the Lord's Prayer
Christ, whose glory fills the skies
(S.P. 26; A. and M. 7; C.H. 261; P. and H. 173: Tune. Ratisbon)
Noreen Mason (flute) Kenneth Essex (viola) Josephine Lee (piano)
music AND MOVEMENT II, by Marjorie Eele
Loving Shepherd of thy sheep (BBC
New Every Morning, page 90 Psalm 121 (Broadcast psalter) St. John 12, w. 20-33
There is a land of pure delight (BBC H.B. 254)
Phil Tate and his. Orchestra
TIME AND TUNE, by Kay Foster. (BBC recording)
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS I.
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Current Affairs
by Brian Fenton
In the wild wood near his home Brian Fenton found a nest. Inspired by an old neighbour who kept an aviary he took one of the chicks home and put it in a cage. But it did not flourish.
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
Olga Gwynne (soprano)
Introduced by Ivan Samson
Master of Ceremonies,
Produced by Eric Arden
The programme includes: Waltz: Waverley Twostep: Esperano Barn Dance; Freesia Waltz; Lola Tango ; Jazz Twinkle; Queen's Twostep
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Led by Ben Horsfall )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
From the Town Hall, Manchester by courtesy of the Manchester Corporation
TRAVEL TALKS. A Village in Southern Spain. Script by A. L. Lloyd. (BBC recording)
2.20 THE BIBLE AND LIFE. St. Matthew's aospel. 6-How the Gospel was written. Script by Robert C. Walton and Margaret Boys.
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH i. A Boy and Five Huskies' by René Guillot ,adapted for broadcasting by Michael Hyde. 2— ' Red Cousin's Cabin '
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to the views expressed in ' Any Questions? '
Piano music in contrasting styles played by Clive Lythgoe (concert pianist)
Alan Paul and Edna Hatzfeld
The Eddie Thompson Quintet
(rhythmic piano music)
Introduced by Alan Dell
Produced by Jimmy Grant
A sound recording of Sunday's television programme
Sir Julian Huxley ,
F.R.S. Dr. W. Grey Walter
Professor A. J. Ayer , F.B.A.
Question-Master, Norman Fisher
Produced by John Furness
Questions should be addressed to ' The Brains Trust,' BBC Television Centre, London, W.12.
Professor A. J.
Ayer , F.B.A.
(cello) with Jean Frangaix (piano)
Two Fantasy Pieces: Op. 73 Nos. 1 and 2 Two Romances: Op. 94 Nos. 1 and 3 on a gramophone record
For Children of Most Ages: The Story of the Treasure Seekers: 5: The Divining Rod
by E. Nesbit (born August 15, 1858).
'Ashen rod cold
That here I hold,
Teach me where to find the gold'
David tells The Story of the Treasure Seekers.
The adventures of the Bastable children in search of a fortune.
5.25 For Older Children: Lorna Doone: 5: The Great Winter
The book by R. D. Blackmore.
dramatised for broadcasting in seven episodes by Ronald Gow.
[Starring] Tony Britton and Pat Pleasance
(Tony Britton broadcasts by permission of British Lion Films, Ltd.)
Lorna is in danger - the danger of being forced into marriage with Carver Doone. John has tried to persuade her to leave the valley but she has promised to stay with old Sir Ensor Doone, who is dying. John and Sir Ensor are at last face to face and the old man has forbidden him ever to think of marriage with Lorna.
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Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region.
Local news and London Stock Market report.
6.15-6.25 for the South Coast:
Area news and Weather summary
(VHF: Rowridge (92.9 Mc/s))
A weekend preview
Introduced by John Snagge.
Eileen Croxford (cello) and David Parkhouse (piano) paint some pictures in music.
Introduced by David Parkhouse.
Written by John Jowett.
A serial in eight episodes.
[Starring] Naunton Wayne
with Philip Guard, Dudley Rolph, and Deryck Guyler
(Naunton Wayne is appearing in 'A Day in the Life of...' at the Savoy Theatre, London; Philip Guard in 'Not in the Book' at the Criterion Theatre, London; Charlotte Mitchell in 'Tunnel of Love' at Her Majesty's Theatre, London)
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Willoughby Lamprey, his nephew:
Pigg-Nettlefold, of the Foreign Office:
Priscilla Wedgwood, his secretary:
Zedwitz, a foreign agent:
Sarah Baxter, his secretary:
Mr. Minford, a businessman:
Chloe, his companion:
Baines, his butler:
Some ballads and a discussion on the people who wrote them.
With Sean O'Boyle, Hamish Henderson and Dominic Behan.
(Postponed from August 26)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Wilfred Lehmann)
Conductor, Andrzej Panufnik
City of Birmingham Symphony
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.
Harold Darke (organ)
From St. Michael's Church, Cornhill, London.
A question and answer programme in which a panel of scientists replies to listeners' questions about science and technology.
Guest of the week: A. R. Ubbelohde, F.R.S. of Imperial College, London
Panel: R. F. Boyd, D. E. Broadbent, R. H. Nimmo-Smith
Chairman, G. P. Wells
If you have a question you would like to put to the panel please write it on a post-card and address it to 'Who Knows?' [address removed]
followed by late weather forecast for land areas
The Donington Consort: Carl Pini (violin), Penelope Howard (violin), Robert Donington (viola da gamba), Harold Lester (harpsichord)
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