The first of a series of readings from J.B. Phillips's book 'New Testament Christianity'
Reader, Adza Vincent
An up-to-the-minute guide for your listening and viewing
played by the London Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Reginald Kilbey
by the man from the ' Met ' Office
from Newcastle Presbyterian Church, Co. Down; conducted by the Minister, the Rev. A. C. Anderson, Ph.D.
Metrical Psalm 84, vv. 1-5: How lovely is thy dwelling-place
Ecclesiastes 3. vv. 1-16
Metrical Psalm 147 :
Praise God! 'tis good and pleasant
Who would true valour see (R.C.H.
Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (R.C.H. 232)
Almighty Father of all things that be
Organist, Renee Annett
Robert Irwin invites
Charles Cudworth , Watkins Shaw and David Willcocks to answer questions sent by listeners, mainly about eighteenth-century music
by Leonard Clark
Mr. Clark takes as a topic three country places remembered from his childhood and imbued with special significance both then and now. Today's talk is about the river Severn.
A request programme of records
Movements from Le Tombeau de
Couperin (Ravel): Walter Gieseking (piano)
British Folk Songs: Lois Marshall
(soprano), with Weldon Kilburn (piano)
Divertimento (Le Baiser de la Fee)
(Stravinsky): French National Radio Orchestra, conducted by Igor Markevitch
Conducted by Walter Allen
Art: Basil Taylor
Film: Charles Marowitz
Theatre: Richard Findlater
Radio: Laurence Kitchin
Book: Alan Pryce-Jones
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed fore'- Set 'or the South-East region
Edited and introduced by Gwynne Vevers
The aqualung diving technique has opened up for the marine biologist the relatively unexplored sea bed from below tide and down to about thirty fathoms.
HANS HASS recalls a recent expedition to the Maldive coral reefs in the Indian Ocean and tells of the dangers and delights of free-diving.
RICHARD BAIRD explains his underwater studies on the escallop beds of the North Wales coast.
ROBERT FORSTER , from the sea bed off Plymouth, talks with Gwynne Vevers , in a boat above, about the animals and seaweeds on the sea bottom.
Produced by Jeffery Boswall
Gramophone records presented by Antony Hopkins
Freddy Grisewood invites
Fred Loads , Bill Sowerbutts and Alan Gemmell to answer questions listeners have sent by post
Arranged by Kevin Billington
(Leader. William Armon )
Conductor, Vilem Tausky with Elizabeth Fretwell (soprano)
Charles Craig (tenor) and the BBC Chorus
Music from Vienna
A series in which figures from novels and plays of the past are introduced by writers of today
V. S. Pritchett presents
Ilya Ilyitch Oblomov from ' Oblomov ' by Ivan Alexandrovitch Goncharov
Ilya Ilyitch Oblomov played by Geoffrey Wincott
Also taking part:
Derek Birch. Beth Boyd
William Fox and Jack Shaw
Production by Rayner Heppenstall
played by Phyllis Sellick
Alec Robertson introduces some of the music to be broadcast from the Promenade Concerts during the coming week
For Children of Most Ages
' Granny's Wonderful Chair' by Frances Browne
Adapted as a serial play in six parts by Estelle Holt
3—' The Story of Prince Fairyfoot'
Produced by David Davis
5.30 For Older Children
' The Pilgrim's Progress'
From This World to That Which Is To Come
Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream by John Bunyan
Arranged in six episodes and told by David
3—' The Valley of the Shadow of Death'
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A summary of last week's events
Jean Pougnet conducts his orchestra from the Palm Court with John Sharpe (violin)
This evening's visiting artist:
by Alistairs Cooke
A series of programmes in which Christians think about their faith and its living expression
Man of Geneva
The story of John Calvin written by Robert Kemp
Produced by J. Stanley Pritchard
De la Forge:
Duke of Ferrara:
Duchess of Ferrara:
Appeal on behalf of Bishop Creighton House and Time and Talents Association, by the Rev. R. M. Campbell
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to the Rev. R. M. Campbell, [address removed]
Both these Associations are voluntary organisations with Christian foundations which for more than half a century have been engaged in social work in Fulham and Bermondsey, organising clubs for all ages, visiting the lonely, and meeting local needs as they arise. Out of this experience they are now expanding their work to meet the problem of resettlement of groups in new estates and the needs of people from overseas.
by William Makepeace Thackeray
A serial in twelve episodes freely adapted by Audrey Lucas
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Becky is presented at Court by Lady Jane, Sir Pitt having given her a diamond clasp-unknown to his wife. Her other magnificent jewels-given to her by Lord Steyne-she assures Rawdon, were hired.
Steyne finds young Rawdon a place at Whitefriars School where Rawdon takes him. Steyne visits Briggs and discovers not only that the sum Becky had borrowed from her was only half what Steyne had given Becky, but that Briggs has not been repaid a penny. Steyne arranges for Briggs to become housekeeper at one of his country homes.
Sir Pitt and Lady Jane warn Rawdon that Becky cannot be without a suitable companion, so Rawdon agrees to accompany her to any social gathering. Walking back from Gaunt House one night, Rawdon is arrested by a sheriff's officer.
Dobbin and Jos Sedley return from abroad and Jos promises to look after Amelia and her old father.
Sir Pitt Crawley:
A series of interviews with well-known people
Tennessee Williams answers questions put to him by John Bowen
Peter Duval Smith
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Hugo Rignold
' The House of Prayer'
1 Kings 8, vv. 22. 23. and 27-30 Psalm 122
1 Peter 2. w. 1-17
Christ is our corner-stone (BBC H.B.
St. Luke 19. v. 46
followed by late weather forecast for land areas
sung by the BBC Chorus
Conducted by Alan G. Melville with Alan Harverson (organ)