A reading taken from ' A Reasoned Faith' by John Baillie
Reader, NORMAN MITCHELL
DOUGLAS WHITTAKER (flute)
Edward RUBACH (piano)
LONDON STUDIO PLAYERS
Conducted by ERIC WETHERELL
Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
The Age of Maturity?: Thoughts from CLAUD MULLINS and others on the age of marriage, of acquiring a driving licence, and of getting the vote
Animal Romance: GERALD DURRELL considers the love life of spiders, snails, and seals
School for Opera: ARTHUR JACOBS visits the London Opera Centre
Some twentieth-century women: JANET LACEY , c.b.e.
The Liturgy of Palm Sunday from the Chapel of St. Stephen's House, Oxford a Theological College of the Church of England
Celebrant and preacher, THE PRINCIPAL,
THE REV. DEREK ALLEN
Hymns (from E.H.): All glory, laud and honour (622): Ride on! ride on in majesty! (620): Bread of the world, in mercy broken (305); From glory to glory advancing (310)
A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE Hindemith's Mathis der Maler by Lionel Salter
Wilhelm Backhaus born March 26, 1884 by C. B. Rees
Bach's Brandenburg Concertos book review by Donald MITCHELL
Donizetti's Don Pasquale by MARK LUBBOCK
A request programme of gramophone records
Overture: The Faithful Music Master Welemann)
E. POWER BIGGS (organ) and the NEW ENGLAND BRASS Ensemble
Coronation Anthem: Let thy hand be strengthened (Handel)
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL. Cambridge with the ENGLISH CHAMBER Orchestra Conducted by DAVID Willcocks
Three Botticelli Pictures (Respioht)
THE ALESSANDRO Scarlatti ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FRANCO Caracciolo
f Chairman. SIR GERALD BARRY
Book: ALAN BRIEN
Art: J. M. Richards
Theatre: Harold Hobson
Broadcasting: H. A. L. CRAIG
H. A. L.
What does Nature mean to you?
PETER SCOTT puts the question to a number of naturalists with different interests
Produced by JEFFERY Boswall
Broadcast on May 19, 1963: shortened version
Getting Married: a solicitor explains some legal requirements before the wedding
New Law: ELIZABETH MITCHELL describes the Animal Boarding Establishments Act
M.P.s Talking: DOUGLAS HOUGHTON and SIR KENNETH THOMPSON discuss some of the problems arising out of their correspondence
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
Members of the Upham and District Horticultural Society. Southampton, put their questions to
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Laurence Olivier talks to
WYNFORD VAUGHAN THOMAS
After the triumphant launching of the National Theatre in the home of the Old Vic. Laurence Olivier looks back on his exciting life in the theatre, and forward to the working out of a dream that has become a reality.
Broadcast on Dec. 24, 1963
HARRY DANKS (viola)
MAURICE GENDRON (cello)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
From the City Hall, HULL in association with the Corporation of the City and County of Kingstonupon-Hull Part 1
Arthur BARTON tells of another incident in the Tyneside saga of ' Fred and Bartie.' When they went to Durham in search of Bede and Cuthbert they found a cathedral, a sense of history, and a young lady kind and beautiful
by Catherine Storr abridged by Eve Burgess read by David
In their real life Marianne and Mark are now regaining their health. In their dream life they are still trapped in the house, surrounded by Watchers, with only the beams from the lighthouse on the hill to reassure them.
When Geoffrey Chaucer died in 1400 he was buried in Westminster Abbey. Since those distant days the graves and memorials of poets have clustered in this corner of the Abbey.
In this programme their lives are remembered, and their poems are read on records
Narrator, JOHN Snagge
Written and compiled by MARGARET JORDAN and DAVID LLOYD JAMES
Four talks by THE REV. GWYNFRYN C. THOMAS
4: To challenge
Rev. Gwynfryn C.
A summary of last week's' events
REGINALD LEOPOLD and the PALM COURT ORCHESTRA
Visiting artist, WALTER Midgley
1 by ALISTAIR COOKE
At his death in 1955 Fr. Teilhard, priest and scientist, was known to a world-wide circle of friends. His book The Phenomenon of Man has since brought him popular fame. This programme outlines his life and ideas, and the varied response to his writings.
Written by NEVILLE BRAYBROOKE
Produced by PATRICK McENROE
Appeal on behalf of the Crusade of Rescue and Homes for Destitute Catholic Children by THE MOST REV.
JOHN CARMEL HEENAN
Archbishop of Westminster President of the Society
Contributions (preferably by crossed postal order or cheque) will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
For more than a hundred years this Society has been helping Roman Catholic children and young people deprived of normal family life. It now aims principally to assist those not eligible for care by local authorities, providing group homes, nurseries, and hostels, education, and training.
by Anthony Trollope adapted for broadcasting in twelve episodes by H. OLDFIELD BOX
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
Giles Playfair talks to Joe: between them they tell his story
A double murderer in 1916, Joe-then America's toughest kid-was sentenced to life imprisonment. In 1962 he was released on parole, rehabilitated, a man of great moral awareness.
Broadcast on June 23, 1963
The Entry into Jerusalem
Zechariah 8, vv. 1-3, 7-S, and 9, V. 9
Psalm 24 (Broadcast psalter) St. Matthew 21, vv. 1-16
Ride on! ride on in majesty!
(BBC H.B. 89)
Psalm 45, v. 4
Kyla GREENBAUM (piano) 11.12*V