Records chosen by Forces overseas
followed by News read at dictation speed for Forces newspapers overseas
recorded bv members of the Services for their relatives and friends in this country
9.15 Mediterranean Forces Calling
Introduced by Peter Haddon
Service from Wesley Memorial Church. Oxford, conducted by the Radio Padre, the Rev. Ronald Selby Wright, S.C.F.
Service conducted by:
Scottish Variety Orchestra (conductor, Ronnie Munro ), with Janette Sclartders , Ann Rich , and Ian Gourlay
(NEWS HEADLINES AT 11.0)
Greetings from West Africa
News from Canada, and of Canadians on the fighting fronts, including a newsletter for French-speaking Canadians
followed at 12.2 by Weekly Newsletter
Cricket: Army v. Royal Australian Air Force. Summary of yesterday's match, illustrated by recordings taken during play.
arranged by the Leicester Christian Council. From St. Peter's Church, Leicester
Introduction by the Rev. Canon R. L. Leatherdale. Rural Dean of Leicester-
Lead us. heavenly Father (A.P.B. 63) Intercessions, led by the Bev. J. R. Perry , Secretary of the Free Church Federal Council
Lesson : Epkesians 3, vv. 14-20 (read bv the Rev. Evan Williams , President of the Free Church Federal
Through all the changing scenes of life (A.P.B. 120)
Address by the Right
Rev. Guy Vernon Smith , Lord Bishop of Leicester. President of the Leicester Christian Council
Praise, my soul (A.P.B. 95)
Closing prayers led by the Venerable
C L Matthews, Archdeacon of Leicester
The King of love (A.P.B. 112) Blessing
Rev. Canon R. L.
Bev. J. R.
Rev. Guy Vernon
Kay Cavendish with her piano.
with impromptu answers to listeners' questions : Colonel Walter Elliot , M.P., Dr. C. E. M. Joad , Commander Stephen King-Hall , -M.P., C. H. Mid dleton, and Robert Nichols. Question-Master, Donald McCul lough. (Shortened edition for overseas of last Tuesday's recorded session)
Dr. C. E. M.
and his Orchestra, with Elizabeth Batey , Pat Macormac , and Harry Kaye
Scenes. from the play, adapted from Beverley Nichols 's novel by Edward Knoblock and the author, with Martita Hunt in the part of Irela. Radio version by Cynthia Pughe. Produced by Mary Hope Allen .
Elsie Suddaby (soprano) ; John Wynton (tenor) ; Norman Walker
(bass). Ebsworth String Players.
Arnold Goldsbrough (organ)
Air. for soprano : 0 liberty ! Air. for tenor : 'Tis liberty
Duet. for soprano and tenor : Come, ever-smiling liberty
Concerto No. 6. in B flat, for organ and strings
(All from ' Judas Maccabaeus ')
Air. for bass : With joy the impatient husbandman
(From ' The Seasons ')
Trio. for soprano, tenor, and bass :
Most beautiful appear
Duet for soprano and bass : Graceful consort
(From ' The Creation ')
Marjorie Anderson replies to some of the letters sent to her by Forces overseas
Close-ups from the war-fronts of the world
John Brophy on books
at the piano, with,his Quintet
An entertainment chosen by Forces serving overseas ; Hal Monty (by permission of George Black), Avril Angers , Connor and Drake, Olive Groves, Tolchard Evans , Denis O'Neil , June Malo, and Jack Payne 's Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Andrews. Introduced by Margaret Lock wood. Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club. (This week's edition dedicated to ' 8th Army News ')
Records chosen by British Forces serving overseas
featuring high lights of the week-end sport in Britain, with news from correspondents in _ various parts of the country, and commentary ' flashes' covering important events. Introduced by Raymond Glendenning
Produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe, with Harry Duke, Violet Trevelyan, Will Deller, Jane Ayr, and Shaun Glenville. Chairman, Bill Stephens. Palace of Varieties Orchestra and Chorus
by Ernest Atkinson followed at 9.10 by Home News from Canada cabled from the CBC News Rooms
A reminder of. pre-war Sunday night concerts with Albert Sandler and the Palm Court Orchestra. This week's visiting artist, Cherry Lind (soprano). Produced by Fred Hartley and Douglas Lawrence
Community hymn-singing from the' Belfast branch of the Overseas League at Overseas House,. Belfast, led by the Queen's Island' Male Voice Choir (' The Singing Shipbuilders '), conducted by John Vine followed at 10.25 by THE EPILOGUE
Reg. Pursglove and his Orchestra