A reading taken from
' Christian Mission ' by Max Warren
Reader, the Rev. Arthur Ross Wilson
Rev. Arthur Ross
An up-to-the-minute guide for your listening and viewing
Alexander Young (tenor) Clifton Helliwell (piano)
John Williams (guitar)
Stephen Waters (clarinet)
William Pleeth (cello) Margaret Good (piano)
Produced by John Manduell
by the man from the * Met ' Office
played by the Light Orchestra
(Leader, David Adams )
Conductor, David Curry
from Eastbourne Parish Church. Celebrant, the Rev. J. P. Bur -bridge. Preacher, the Rev. W. W. S. March, Vicar of Eastbourne
Ye holy angels bright (A. and M.
The Lord's Prayer; Collect for Purity Summary of the Law
Collect for Trinity VII
Epistle: Romans 6. vv. 19-23
My God, and is thy table spread (A. and M. Rev. 396)
Gospel: St. Mark 8, vv. 1-9 Creed (Merbecke) Sermon
Dear Lord and Father of mankind (A. and M. Rev. ]84)
Prayer for the Church Comfortable Words
Sanctus (Darke in F) Blessing
Organist, R. J. E. Berlin, F.R.C.O.
Captain of the Bell Ringers,
Rev. J. P.
R. J. E.
A weekly series of programmes in which well-known musicians discuss listeners' questions
This week's panel:
Roger North John Russell
Chairman, Robert Irwin
by John Seymour
An account in five instalments of a journey through the South of England, from the North Foreland to Luccombe in Somerset, that John Seymour and his wife Sally made last April with the assistance of their pony Pinto
2-They set out from Pett Bottom
A request programme of records Overture, Le Corsair (Berlioz): Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sir Thomas Beecham. Bt.
Ballade for piano and orchestra
(Fauri): Kathleen Long (piano); London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Jean Martinon
Nocturne (Britten): Peter Pears
(tenor); soloists and strings of the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer
Conducted by J. W. Lambert
Film: Roger Manvell
Theatre: Harold Hobson
Radio: John Barber
Book: Elspeth Huxley Art: Bryan Robertson
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast tor the South-East region
A monthly programme reflecting life in the country including:
Sounds of the month
Reports from the countryside
A Natural History contribution by Eric Simms
Introduced by C. Gordon Glover
Produced by Arthur Phillips
Operatic interpretations of well-known proverbs
Gramophone records introduced by Arthur Jacobs
3-'Uneasy lies the head '
A gardening weekly introduced by Roy Hay
Roses for 1961: Arthur BiHitt. head of Lenton Experimental Station, deals with the selection of varieties and the preparation of the site for autumn planting
Unusual Hedges: Jack Matthews gives some new ideas on hedge plants and suggests the use of some fairly common ones that are not widely used Weeds and their Control: Eric Herwin , County Horticultural Officer for Kent, discusses the chemical control of weeds in the vegetable garden
Produced by John Greenslade
Extracts from the speeches of Charles Dickens one of the wittiest and most passionately sincere speakers who ever livened up a solemn public dinner given for a worthy cause
Reader, Derek Hart
Script by Robert Goodyear
Symphony No. 9, in D minor
A sound recording of last Thursday's television programme
Lord James of Rusholme
Sir George Thomson , F.R.S. Dr. W. H. Thorpe, F.R.S.
Chairman, Norman Fisher
For Older Children
Sunday at Five
' Stories from the Bible' by Walter de la Mare told by David
THE STORY OF SAMSON 1—'The Angel '
'A man of God came unto me, and his countenance was like the countenance of an angel of God, very terrible: but I asked him not whence he was, neither told he me his name.'
by C. S. Lewis
Adapted as a serial in six parts by Lance Sieveking
3—' The Spell Begins to Break '
Other parts played by Stephen Jack and Peter Claughton
Produced by David Davis
' I've come at last,' said he. She has kept me out for a long time, but I have got in at last. Asian is on the move. The Witch's magic is weakening.'
The White Witch:
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
followed by RADIO NEWSREEL
A summary of last week's events
Reginald Leopold and the Palm Court Orchestra
Visiting artist, Jennifer Vyvyan
Christians think about their faith and its living expression
What's Happening in Church Music?
4-The Orthodox Church
BASIL MINCHIN, Secretary of the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, discusses the liturgy of the Orthodox Church in the light of recent liturgical developments elsewhere, and shows by means of recently recorded extracts that there has been little movement and that Orthodox worship is impressively static.
Appeal on behalf of Toc H by John Callf , M.C., Administrator of Toc H
Contributions (preferably by crossed postal order or cheque) will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
-Toc H, with the Toc H Women's Association, is widely known for its good-neighbourly help and friendship offered to people in all kinds of need or difficulty. Members freely give their time and resources to make this work of weekday Christianity possible throughout the world, but assistance is needed for heavier expenses of repair and replacement of Toc H houses, essential staff, and new projects. The annual bill is more than a quarter of a million pounds, and ₤60,000 of this has to be raised from voluntary gifts.
by Thomas Hardy
A serial in twelve episodes adapted for radio by Frederick Bradnum
Episode 7 with June Barrie. Roy Brimble
Victor Fawkes. Ian Packer and Billy Poeton
Produced by Brandon Acton-Bond
In the early spring, Clym and Eustacia met frequently, in spite of silent opposition from Clym's mother. Eventually a bitter quarrel with her son precipitated the marriage she had feared. Clym left her to live alone in a cottage some miles away until Eustacia should join him there as his wife. She had persuaded herself he would soon tire of his educational project on Egdon Heath and would return to Paris, taking her with him.
Thomasin had now been married to
Damon Wildeve for some months. She told her aunt he treated her well, but confessed she was kept short of money.
An enquiry into the attitudes towards tipping in this country
Written, recorded, and narrated by René Cutforth
Produced by Francis Dillon
BBC Northern Orchestra'
(Leader. Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
by Sir Conrad Corfield ,
K.C.I.E., C.S.I., M.C.
Sir Conrad, who served as a member of the Indian Political Service in Baluchistan, talks of his experiences there, which included the extermination of the last remnants of slavery.
'I have overcome the world '
Psalm 9 (Broadcast psalter) St. John 16, vv. 7-33
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour
(BBC H.B. 327)
St. Matthew 28. v. 18
followed by late weather forecast for land areas
Quartet in E flat, Op. 51 played by the Allegri String Quartet:
Eli Goren (violin)
James Barton (violin)
Patrick Ireland (viola)
William Pleeth (cello)
Dvorak's Quartet in C, Op. 61: Aug. 7