A reading taken from
' Work '
An enquiry into
Christian thought and practice
Edited by John M. Todd
Reader, David Enders
Gordon Honey (baritone)
Roger Lord (oboe) Enid Simon (harp)
Philip Challis (piano) Tessa Robbins (violin) Derek Simpson (cello)
(piano and harpsichord)
Produced by John Manduell
by the man from the ' Met ' Office
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
As I See It: personal comment from Ruth Pitter
Lays and Lyrics: Frank Loesser , one of the leading song-writers of today, talks to Gordon Gow
Alan Melville describes his ambition to be an international spy
People Alone: recollections of moments of great personal responsibility
from Wesley's Chapel, City Road, London; conducted by the Minister, the Rev. Max W. Woodward. Sermon by the Rev. Edward Rogers , President of the Methodist Conference
Call to Worship
Meet and right it is to sing (M.H.B.
Prayer of Invocation The Lord's Prayer
The Commandments of the Lord Jesus
Declaration of Forgiveness
Psalm 23 (Chant 25 M.H.B.)
Old Testament Lesson: Deuteronomy
29, vv. 10-19 and 25-29 Come, divine Interpreter (M.H.B. 306) New Testament Lesson: Acts 13, vv.
The Apostles' Creed
Prayers of Intercession and Petition The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
Author of faith, eternal Word
Organist, Dr. G. F. Cushing
Rev. Max W.
Dr. G. F.
A weekly series of programmes in which well-known musicians discuss questions sent by listeners
This week's panel:
Chairman, Arthur Langford
LEONARD CLARK talks about Aunts' though only two were relations. But so close were the friendships between the country people of my childhood, that I grew up in the loving midst of a score of " Aunties ".'
A request programme of records Serenade No. 11 in E flat (K.375)
(Mozart): the London Baroque Ensemble, conductor, Karl Haas
Briinnhilde's Immolation (Gbtterdammerung, Act 3) (Wagner): Kirsten Flagstad (soprano), with the Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Wilhelm Furtwangler
Conducted by Dilys Powell
Film: Riccardo Aragno
Theatre: Ivor Brown
Radio: Giles Play fair
Book: Helen Gardner
Art: Bryan Robertson
Repeated on Thursday at 3.45
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East
A monthly series
Four bird-watchers, one each in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, who rose well before the lark this morning, recount their experiences to JAMES FISHER . ARNOLD BENINGTON North Down Coast, Ulster
Snowdon, North Wales
MISS TERRY Gompertz Pinner Hill , Middlesex
DESMOND NETHERSOLE-THOMPSON Rothiemurchus, Inverness-shire
Produced by Jeffery Boswall
Operatic interpretations of well-known proverbs
Gramophone records introduced by Arthur Jacobs
8 — ' He who laughs last ... '
The Somerset Farm Institute
Gardening enthusiasts from the County of Somerset put their problems to Fred Loads, Bill Sowerbutts , and Alan Gemmell
Arranged by Peter Anderson
9-Titian's ' Diana and Actaeon *
(Lent to the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh by the Earl of Ellesmere) discussed by Ellis Waterhouse
Director of the Barber Institute,
(guitar) on a gramophone record
Hermann Prey (baritone)
Gerald Moore (piano)
On poems by Schiller:
Die Hoffnung (Es reden und traumen die Menschen)
Der Jungling am Bache An den Frlihling Die Biirgschaft Der Pilgrim
Gruppe aus dem Tartarus
Sehnsucht (Ach, aus dieses Tales
Maurice Lindsay speaks from Edinburgh about a city he always longed to visit
On poems by Goethe:
An Schwager Kronos An den Mond
Drei Gesange des Harfners
Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt
Wer nie sein Brot mit Tranen ass An die Turen will ich schleichen
Der Musensohn Ganymed
From the Freemasons' Hall,
Drei Gesange Des
Wer Sich Der
GWEN DUNN talks again about the children of her country school in Suffolk, and particularly about Ellen, who worried longest when the school tortoise disappeared.
For Children of Most Ages
Sunday at Five
Children's Service from St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast; conducted by the Very Rev. C. I. Peacocke, Dean of Belfast
For the beauty of the earth (I.C.H.
He who would valiant be (I.C.H.
Just as I am (I.C.H. 746)
Organist, C. J. Brennan, O.B.E .
5.15 For Older Children
'The Gleam in the North' by D. K. Broster
Adapted by Catherine M. Barr in six parts
2-' The Decoy '
Produced by Ian Wishart
Ewen Cameron of Ardroy:
Alison, his wife:
His sons: Donald Cameron:
His sons: Keith Cameron:
W H D
Dr Archibald Cameron a Jacobite agent:
Captain Jackson, a Redcoat Officer:
Lieut Hector Grant, Alison's brother:
Lieut Governor Leighton:
Morag, maid servant:
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A summary of last week's events
Reginald Leopold and the Palm Court Orchestra
This evening's visiting artist,
by Alistair Cooke
Christians think about their faith and its living expression
Quiet Revolution by Colin Morris
A documentary drama concerning a priest who tried to awaken a pagan community
Produced by George Dixon
The Rev John Lovell:
Appeal on behalf of the Greater London Fund for the Blind (incorporating United Appeal for the Blind) (Registered in accordance with the National Assistance Act, 1948) by Jack Hawkins, C.B.E.
Contributions (preferably by crossed postal order or cheque) will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother is Patron of the Fund, in which fourteen Institutions, Societies, and Associations for the blind combine their metropolitan appeal. Services assisted include children's welfare, special schools, professional and industrial training, employment, residential accommodation, holiday and recuperative homes, as well as Braille library facilities, the production of periodicals, music, and no less than 200 items of helpful apparatus designed for work and leisure. The Fund is thus an organisation through which 16,000 adults and children are helped to surmount the handicap of blindness.
by. Thomas Hardy
A serial in twelve episodes adapted for radio by Frederick Bradnum
Produced by Brandon Acton-Bond
Eustacia felt unable to defend herself fully against the broken-hearted rage of Clym and left him and the cottage for ever, not caring whether she lived or died. Eventually she reached her grand-father's house. On November 5, Charley, thinking to please her, lit a bonfire which Wildeve mistook for her signal. He asked her to run away with him. Late one night she left her grandfather's house to meet him for the journey.
Meanwhile Clym, repenting of his anger too late, sent Eustacia a letter asking her to return. That same wild night Captain Vye discovered her absence and hastened to Clym's cottage. There he found Thomasin, newly arrived, to tell of the disappearance of her husband, Wildeve.
An impression in recorded sound of the recent nineteenth centenary celebrations in Malta of St. Paul's shipwreck off the coast of the island and his conversion of the inhabitants
Script and production by Maurice .Brown
BBC Scottish Orchestra
(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conductor, Norman Del Mar
Serenade in A, Op. 16 Brahms
' Blessed are they that mourn '
2 Samuel 1. vv. 17 and 19-27 Psalm 126 (Broadcast Psalter) St. John 11. vv. 20-44
He wants not friends that hath thy love (BBC H.B. 246)
St. Matthew 5, v. 4
followed by late weather forecast for land areas
Quartet in A flat, Op. 105 played by the Aeolian String Quartet: Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
Sept. 11: Dvorak's Quartet Op. 106