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: Morning Service

From Tyndale Baptist Church, Bristol.
Conducted by the Minister, the Rev. W.E. Whilding.
Call to Worship prayer and the Lord's Prayer
"Ye servants of God" (B.C.H. Kev. 4)
Lesson, St Luke 18. vv. 9-23
Chant 25 (Psalm 82)
Children's Address
"Lord thy word abideth" (B.C.H. rev 197)
Prayers
"Praise to the Holiest" (B.C.H. Rev. 72)
Sermon
"Jesus, lover of my soul" (B.C.H. rev 311)
The Blessing
(to 12.00)

Contributors

Service conducted by: The Rev W.E. Whilding
Organist: Reginald Flew
Choirmistress: Elsie Balmond

: Greenwich Time Signal; International Rugby Union Football: The Calcutta Cup - Scotland v. England

A BBC telerecording of part of yesterdays international match at Murrayfield, Edinburgh.
Introduced by Peter West.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West

: Let's Make a Date

Brian Reece says Let's Make a Date.

The Song that Made the Star
with Anne Shelton.

Clue in View
You too can be a detective.

Scored for the Screen
The theme music from Ealing Studios presentation.
(A Michael Balcon Production)

The Better Half
A well-known comedian's wife introduces her husband.

BBC Northern Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Alyn Ainsworth

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Reece
Singer (The Song that Made the Star): Anne Shelton
Musicians: BBC Northern Variety Orchestra
[Orchestra] conducted by: Alyn Ainsworth
Scriptwriter: Jack Bradley
Scriptwriter: Ray Davies
Editor: John Ammonds
Producer: Barney Colehan

: Concert Hour

BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Dennis Brain (horn)
Programme introduced by Paul Jennings.
Before an invited audience in the BBC studios, Maida Vale, London
(Simultaneous broadcast with all Home Services except Welsh)

Contributors

Musicians: BBC Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Paul Beard
[Orchestra] conducted by: Sir Adrian Boult
Horn: Dennis Brain
Presenter: Paul Jennings
Presented for television by: Antony Craxton

: The Brains Trust

The members this week include: Dr. J. Bronowski, Lady Havensdale, Roger Bannister.
Question Master, Alan Melville
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: Dr. J. Bronowski
Panellist: Lady Havensdale
Panellist: Roger Bannister
Question Master: Alan Melville
Producer: John Furness

: I Married Joan

Joan Davis in a film in this series.

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: Children's Television

Sooty: The Sooty Engineering Co.Ltd.
with Harry Corbett.

Children's Newsreel

Jesus of Nazareth: Part 6
A cycle of eight plays on the Life of Our Lord.
Written and produced by Joy Harington.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Puppeteer (Sooty): Harry Corbett
Writer/producer (Jesus of Nazareth): Joy Harington
Religious adviser (Jesus of Nazareth): Robert C. Walton
Designer (Jesus of Nazareth): Richard Henry
Film cameraman (Jesus of Nazareth): Peter Sargent
Film editor (Jesus of Nazareth): John Pullen

: The Max Wall Show

Max Wall invites you to join him in half-an-hour of music and laughter.

Contributors

Presenter/comedian: Max Wall
Orchestra director: Eric Robinson
Producer: George Inns

: Sunday-Night Theatre: Drink, Doggie, Drink

A comedy for and partly about television by Philip Mackie.
[Starring] Robin Bailey, Fabia Drake, Noelle Middleton and D.A. Clarke-Smith

The action takes place at Shinton, a small seaside town.
(Noelle Middleton appears by permission of Remus Films, Ltd.)

Contributors

Writer: Philip Mackie
Producer: Stephen Harrison
Designer: John Cooper
Christopher Tharpe: Robin Bailey
Mr Calthrop: John Vere
Freddie Bainbridge: Basil Appleby
Miss Tree: Mary Merrall
Billings: Meadows White
Mrs Plunker: Fabia Drake
Emily, a maid: Violet Parry
Maria: Noelle Middleton
Harry: Neil Wilson
Charles: Douglas Wilmer
Mrs Chickett: Helene Burls
Colonel Withers: John Ruddock
Mrs Dalrymple: Barbara Leake
Mr Briggs: Charles Lamb
Councillor Truefitt: Archie Duncan
Mervyn Sturdy: D.A. Clarke-Smith
Edward: Edmund Gray

: Stranger than Fiction: A sheep that made friends with a horse!

The last in the present series about the unusual and the curious.

10.0 Music at Ten
presents a miscellany of light music with Robert Farnon and his Orchestra, Vanessa Lee, John Hauxvell, Denys Palmer, Jeanne Lusby.

Contributors

Musicians (Music at Ten): Robert Farnon and his Orchestra
Singer (Music at Ten): Vanessa Lee
Singer (Music at Ten): John Hauxvell
Dancer (Music at Ten): Denys Palmer
Dancer (Music at Ten): Jeanne Lusby
Choreography (Music at Ten): Denys Palmer
Producer (Music at Ten): Charles R. Rogers

: Our Bible: How it came to us

Part 2 of "Bible Background", an edited and shortened version made by the British and Foreign Bible Society of a longer film made in America.
Tonight's film follows the story of the Bible from the Middle Ages to the present day.
Followed by The Weather; Close Down








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