A talk by Canon John Trillo
A breakfast-time magazine
A talk by Canon John Trillo
of selected broadcasts from Network Three
The Art of Jazz: Duke Ellington talks with Charles Melville
The Art of the Dance: Frederick Ashton talks with CarJ Wildman
Rejoice, the Lord is King (S.P. 632;
A. and M. 202; C.H. 135, omitting v. 5; P. and H. 160: Tune. Gopsal)
Interlude: The Trial before Pilate
Prayers; the Prayer of St. Ignatius
Loyola; the Lord's Prayer
My song is love unknown (BBC Supplement 10; S.P. 127, omitting w. 2. 4, 5. 6; P. and H. 65, omitting vv. 2, 4: Tune, Psalm 47)
10.0 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH. A programme in simple French. Script by Emile Harven.
' C'etait Anne de Bretagne ': dramatisation of the popular French song.
St. Patrick's Day
I bind unto myself today (BBC H.B.
New Every Morning, page 15 Psalm 111 (Broadcast Psalter) St. Mark 13, w. 1-13
Lord who throughout these forty days (BBC H.B. 83)
The Jimmy Leach
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I, by Rachel Percival.
11.20 GENERAL SCIENCE. Discoveries about Light. 5-Pictures that move. Script by F. R. Elwell.
11.40 RELIGION and PHILOSOPHY. Do Christiarslive too much in the past? 2-Discussion between Edward Carpenter, Canon of Westminster, Nathaniel Micklem. formerly Principal of MansfieldCollege. Oxford., and Michael Stancliffe. Rector of St. Margaret's, Westminster.
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A spontaneous discussion by Ralph Wightman
Anthony Wedgwood Benn ,
M.P. Gerald Nabarro , M.P. Jacqueline Mackenzie
Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
From Swindon, Wiltshire
STORIES AND RHYMES. The Salt at Dinner': a Rumanian folk tale from the collection by Petre Ispirescu , translated and adapted by Jean Ure
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH ii. ' The Lost Sea' by Jan de Hartog. adapted for broadcasting by Edward Blishen. Part 3
2.40 Interval music
2.45 NATURE STUDY. 10-Nature Quiz. Script by Geoffrey Hall.
The book by R. D. Blackmore
7-' The End of the Doones '
Thirty minutes of melody and rhythm
A sound recording of Sunday's television programme
Sir Iain Moncreiffe of Moncreiffe, Bt.
Question-Master, Michael Flanders
A message of comfort and cheer
Stuart Hibberd introduces a talk by the Welsh Radio Doctor
For Children of Most Ages
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
'Oisin and the Magic Bull '
A story written and read by Michael J. Murphy
Songs sung by the Waveney Singers, Ballymena
5.25 ' Cooper'
A story by Peter Jones told by David
There are more ways than one of sticking to one's principles without preaching them.
' The Ballad of Bill Lopuschuck '
John Usborne gives the results of the competition he set on Feb. 17
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
Local news and London Stock Market report
6.30 Today's Sport
6.35 Talking Points
Views and comment from town and country
6-45 Dedham Passion Play
Frank Anderson introduces excerpts from the play, and talks to some of those responsible for this annual event
6.15 6.25 VHF: Rowridge
(92.9 Mc/s) for the South Coast:
Area news and weather summary
with Alfred Brendel (piano)
Waltz-fantasy (Glinka): Prague Radio
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alois Ktima
Malédiction, for piano and string orchestra (Liszt): Alfred Brendet with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. conducted by Michael Gielen
Symphonic Poem, Baba Yaga
(Lyadov): Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Efrem Kurtz on gramophone records
Third of eight programmes in the national contest
Marigarth Singers. Hull
Conductor. Marie Hogarth
Scottish Junior Singers
Conductor. Agnes Duncan
MIXED VOICE CHOIRS
Conductor. Emlyn Roberts
Conductor, Hugh Goold
MALE VOICE CHOIRS
Glasgow Philharmonic Choir
Conductor. John Rankin
Rossendale Male Voice Choir
Conductor, Fred Tomlinson
Introduced by John Hobday
Produced by Charles Beardsall
The winner in each class of the national contest will be invited to take part in a final concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on Saturday, fune 20.
Dr. Koch introduces some recordings new and old of the voices of the fallow deer, red deer, and other woodland creatures, and tells how he made the original recordings at the request of his friend Paul von Hindenburg on the President's estate in Germany, and later published them in a sound-book called The Wood Resounds.
Produced by Jeffrey Boswall
A story of the great trek of the Kazakh people out of Communist Central Asia across Tibet and the Himalayas, based on survivors' accounts taken down by Godfrey Lias for his book ' Kazakh Exodus'
Script by Francis Watson
The cast includes:
Marjorie Westbury , Christopher Rhodes
Aus' in Trevor, John Dearth
Norman Wynne. Stanley Beard
Alec Ross. Eric Francis
Peter Augustine , Elizabeth Melville and William Eedle
Production by Maurice Brown
Forced out of their ancient grazing-lands by the advance of Communism-first from Russia and Outer Mongolia and finally from China-the Kazakhs of the Altai and Tien Shan fought as long as they could and then took the only remaining routes of escape, southward over desert and mountain and the unknown high plateau of Tibet. Thousands attempted the journey in scattered groups, and thousands perished.
This is the story of one group, under the leadership of Ali Beg , which got through to Kashmir in 1951 and finally found refuge in Turkey, where the musical recordings used in the programme were made.
A twice-weekly survey of current affairs
Quatuor Haydn : George Maes (violin)
Louis Kertogh (violin)
Louis Logie (viola)
Rene Pousseele (cello)
Before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London
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followed by late weather forecast for land areas
David Wise (violin)
Winifred Davey (piano)