A reading taken from 'God at Work ' by A. STEPHAN HOPKINSON Reader, DIANA OXFORD
LONDON STUDIO STRINGS
Conducted by REGINALD KILBEY
Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Before 1914: ATHENE SEYLER'S memories of entertaining
Foundations: PRINCESS INDIRA describes her childhood and upbringing
Making a Fresh Start: DAVID BEVAN visits a Training Home for Girls at Old Colwyn,
Short Cuts to Grooming: views from BARBARA GRIGGS , a model and a housewife
Conducted by FATHER LUKE FAUPEL, O.F.M. with the St. Gabriel Singers Director.
Father Wilfrid Purney
Sermon by FATHER ILLTUD EVANS, O.P.
The theme of this service which comes from the London Studio is the freedom of the Christian in the face of the denial of rights, especially the right to follow one's conscience.
A weekly review
Edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE
Contributed by JOAN CHISSELL
PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE and ANDREW PORTER
A request programme of gramophone records
Bridal Procession and Lamentable End of King Dodon (Le Coq d'Or) (Rimsku-Korsakov)
PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by VACLAV SMETACEK
Cantata: Alexander Nevsky , Op. 78 (Prokofiev)
Lili CHOOKASIAN (contralto) WESTMINSTER CHOIR
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by THOMAS SCHIPPERS
Chairman, T. C. WORSLEY
Theatre: J. W. LAMBERT
Broadcasting: BARBARA BRAY
Book: KARL MILLER
Art: BRYAN ROBERTSON
Film: EDGAR ANSTEY
Repeated on Thursday at 3.20
Forecast for land areas. Detailed forecast for the South-East
Listeners' questions about the countryside answered by ERIC HOBBIS , ERNEST NEAL and RALPH WIGHTMAN
Question-Master, JACK LONGLAND
Hours of Trading
Some points explained by RUPERT TOWNSHEND-ROSE
The National Health Service 4: The Psychiatrist
1: Bankruptcy by JEAN JONES
A barrister describes The Payment of Wages Act Introduced by Robin HOLMES
BILL SOWERBUTTS ALAN GEMMELL answer questions put by members of the Uppingham Home Produce Association
Question-Master, FRANKLIN ENGELMANN
EDMUND KURTZ (cello)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by BERTHOLD GOLDSCHMIDT
A Ballet Company in Holland, 1940 tANNABEL FARJEON. with the Sadler's Wells Company, got mixed up with the German invasion—and can a tale unfold!
Before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1, Maida Vale, London
Tickets may be obtained by applying to [address removed]enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
RICHARD CHURCH remembers
W. B. Yeats and Dylan Thomas and plays recordings of their voices from the sound archives Produced by Harold Rogers
piano plays music by Mozart, Scriabin, and Debussy on a gramophone record
by HANS BAUMANN translated by Isabel McHugh and Florence McHugh adapted for radio in four parts by FELIX FELTON
3: The Voyage to the Bitter River
Aires and Tinoco were taken on the expedition that set out to conquer Tangier, and ended in disaster. When at last they reached Lagos again, the ' Barque of the Brothers ' was back in port. Produced by DAVID DAVIS
John Slater is in 'Policy for Murder ' at the Duke of York's Theatre. London.
Poetry in the afternoon chosen and introduced by CHARLES CAUSLEY t3: Animals
Second of five talks by THE RT. REV.
RICHARD ROSEVEARE , S.S.M. Anglican Bishop of Accra
Forecast for land areas, petalled forecast for the South-East
followed by RADIO NEWSREEL
A summary of last week's events
REGINALD LEOPOLD and the PALM COURT ORCHESTRA
Visiting artist, DENIS DOWLING
Denis Dowling broadcasts by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Company.
by ALISTAIR COOKE
A programme for
Human Rights Day
Fourteen years ago many nations signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This event is commemorated with a programme about men and women in every part of the world imprisoned for their convictions. The programme, an earlier version of which was broadcast last March as Liberty to the Captives, tells of the organisation known as ' Amnesty ' which is working for the release of prisoners of conscience throughout the world.
Written by JOHN PELLOW Produced by PAUL OESTREICHER
Appeal on behalf of The Wings of Friendship
(Rehabilitation of Refugees) by JACK WARNER
Contributions (preferably by crossed postal order or cheque) will be gratefu'ly acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
The Wings of Friendship, founded in 1955, helps refugees to make a new start in life by providing facilities they need to enable them to become independent and self-supporting.
Leader, Erich Gruenberg
Conductor. LEONARD HIRSCH
This Island Now by G. M. Carstairs
Professor of Psychological Medicine in the University of Edinburgh
5: Living and Partly Living
(T. S. Eliot )
Professor Carstairs draws attention to some unsolved problems in medicine, and to a neglected area of medical education.
Repeated on Tuesday at 8.0 p.m. in the Third Programme Next Sunday: The Changing British Character
These lectures are being printed in ' The Listener'
An introduction by Ian Waller, Political Correspondent of the Sunday Telegraph.
Upon one hand modernisation; on the other talk of closures and redundancies. How do the people who work on the railways feel about their jobs?
Ian Waller has talked to men and women ranging from platform and footplate staff to officers of the Transport Commission and the General Manager of the London Midland Region.
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Watch ye and pray
Revelation 3, vv. 1-5
Psalm 16 (Broadcast psalter) St. Luke 12, vv. 13-40
Come, thou long-expected
Jesus (BBC H.B. 30)
St. Mark 14, vv. 37-38
10.59 Weather forecast
played by WILLIAM PLEETH (cello)
MARGARET GOOD (piano)