A reading taken from ' The Noonday Devil ' by Bernard Basset , s.j.
Reader, REX PALMER
† JEAN POUGNET
AND HIS ORCHESTRA with ARTHUR WAYNE (piano)
Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Books and my food and summer rain: from the philosophy of NAOMI JACOB
The Liability of Professional Men: what does this mean and in there any remedy against bad service? ARTHUR COATES explains
The Slimming Business: ED-WINA COVEN reviews methods of losing weight
Brief Encounters: that left a deep impression on EVE ORME, GWYNEDD NUTTER, and JOYCE GRENFELL
Partington Parish Church, Totnes, Devon
Ce'ebrant, the Vicar,
THE REV. QUINTIN MORRIS
The Epistle: 1 Peter 3, vv.
The Gospel: St. Luke 5, vv.
Hymns (from A. and M.): Let all the world in every corner sing 15481; 0 God, unseen yet ever near (320); Jesu, grant me this, I pray (182); We prav thee, heavenly Father (321)
Organist, Major F. G. Gaywood
Major F. G.
A weekly review
Edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE The Oxford Bach Festival by ANDREW PORTER
Musical Profile: Alfred Brendel by ROBERT HENDERSON Mozart the Dramatist book review by Mosco CARNER
Tricks of the Trade 6: Sincerity by SIDNEY HARRISON
A request programme of gramophone records
Symphonic Poem: Le rouet d'Omphale (Sainl-Saens)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by Sir THOMAS BEECHAM
11.31* Piano Concerto in G major ( Ravel)
ARTURO MICHELANGELI (piano) with the PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ETTORE GRACIS
11.54* Le festin de I'araignée ( Roussel)
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by PAUL PARAY
Chairman, PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE
Broadcasting: STEPHEN POTTER
Book: DONALD HALL
Art: DAVID SYLVESTER
Film: A. ALVAREZ
Theatre: LAURENCE KITCHIN
A monthry programme reflecting life in the country with a Natural History contribution by ERIC SIMMS
Introduced by C. GORDON GLOVER
Produced by JOHN HASLAM
From My Post-bag: SIR KENNETH THOMPSON. M.P.
Not getting what you've paid for: LAURIE SAPPER answers questions
Estate Agents: their function, rights and duties, by a member of the profession
Money Matters: advice for the free-lance worker from VIVIAN FRANK
Introduced by Robin HOLMES
Members of the Cambridge Central Council of Allotment Societies put their problems to
FRED LOADS BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
JOHANNA PETERS (contralto)
BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA Leader, Reginald Stead
Conductor, George HURST
by JOHN BRAINE
'Since the age of five I've read, at the lowest estimate, half-a-dozen books a week. Allowing' for books read more than once, and books that took me more than one sitting to read. I arrive at a total of ten thousand.'
John Braine talks about some of these books and the influence they have had on his writing.
The Charterhouse of Parma by Stendhal translated and adapted as a serial for radio in six episodes by BARBARA BRAY with Ceraldine McEwan
Jack May , Michael Deacon
Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Marchesa del Dongo:
Marchese del Dongo:
Sergeant of Gendarmes:
with Louis Voss
AND his Orchestra
A summary of last week's events
AND HIS Orchestra
Visiting artist, PATRICIA KERN
From the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
Patricia Kern broadcasts by permission of the Sadler's Wells Opera Company
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Where to go for help-who would you consult in time of emotional turbulence-priest or psychiatrist?
For many people this ' or ' presents a real conflict, especially for Christians who feel they may be led astray if they go in for psychiatry. But it also presents a definite dilemma for some psychiatrists whose knowledge of religion is largely based on the distorted religious experiences of sick people.
ELLY JANSEN , who is director of the Richmond Fellowship, an organisation providing community care for emotionally disturbed people, discusses this conflict with priests and psychiatrists
Produced by HAROLD ROGERS
Appeal on behalf of the Weltgarth Nursery Training College Extension Fund by ROBERT MORLEY
Contributions (preferably by crossed postal order or cheque) will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
WeUKarth was established with voluntary contributions fifty years ago to train young women in all aspects of child care. A high standard has been maintained and funds are urgently needed to build a new wing, so that promising applicants will not be turned away.
by E. M. Forster adapted in thirteen episodes by LANCE SIEVEKING
Helen left in the middle of a concert. taking a shabby young man's umbrella. Margaret brought him home to recover it. He was shy and left without giving his name. and went home to his dim-witted Cockney mistress, whom he had promised to marry.
Cast in order of speaking:
Piano played by Josephine Lee
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
In 1960 the Ministry of Education started a campaign to persuade married women teachers who had given up teaching to return to the schools. Thousands have done so. ROBERT KEE has talked to some of them to find out what is involved in combining the jobs of teacher and housewife. Who. if anybody, suffers?
Produced by NEIL CRICHTON-MILLER
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Exodus 33, vv. 9-14
Psalm 139 (Broadcast psalter)
St. John 14, vv. 1-14
Blest are the pure in heart
(BBC H.B. 318)
1 John 3, v. 2
10.59 Weather forecast
String Trio in E flat major,
OROMONTE STRING Trio Perry Hart (violin)
Margaret Major (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello)
Broadcast on December 10,
1963, in the Third Programme