(Church of England) from Lichfield Cathedral
9.30 Order of Service
Hymn, 0 God of Truth (A. and M.
513 ; S.P. 597)
Confession and Absolution
Lord's Prayer, Versicles, and Responses
Lesson, Hebrews xi, 8-16, 39-40; xii, 1, 2
Creed and Collects
Hymn, Lord, her watch thy church is keeping (A. and M. 362)
Address by the Rt. Rev. E. S. WOODS
, D.D., Bishop of Lichfield
Hymn, Ten thousand times ten thousand (A. and M. 222)
Organist and choirmaster,
Ambrose P. Porter
Rev. E. S.
A gramophone record programme
Presented by Doris Arnold
with Don Carlos
C. H. Middleton , Mrs. Kingwell, and F. H. Grisewood
It is not often that C. H. Middleton brings a lady to the microphone. Jhis afternoon, however, he will discuss various gardening problems with Mrs. Kingwell, who is an enthusiastic amateur gardener and may be depended upon to put the woman's point of view so far as the garden is concerned. F. H. Grise wood, who claims to have developed his Surrey garden largely as a result of Middleton's broadcasts, will take part in the discussion.
from the repertoire of The BBC Orchestra
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Anthony Bernard
The Rev. Father M. C. D'Arcy, S.J., LL.D., Master of Campion Hall, Oxford
with Brian Lawrance A Memory of Archibald Joyce(All the above items arranged by Fred Hartley)
R. Ellis Roberts
' Annees de Pelerinage '
(Years of Pilgrimage)
Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (William
Au lac de Wallenstadt (By
Lake Wallenstadt )
Au bord d'une source (Beside a Spring)
Vallee d'Obermann (Obermann's
Valley-from Senancour's novel, ' Obermann ')
Le mal du pays (Nostalgia)
Les cloches de Geneve (The Bells of Geneva) played by Louis Kentner (pianoforte)
Further programmes in this series will be broadcast on Monday (National, 10.40), Tuesday (National,
7.0), and Saturday (National, 6.45).
An article on the series, by Constant Lambert, will be found on page 14.
being an exact and impartial presentation of ... The Proceedings of the High Court of Justice erected by Act of the Commons of England, for the Trying and Judging of Charles Stuart , King of England ...
Begun on Saturday, the twentieth day of January, 1649
Ended on Saturday, the twenty-seventh day of January, 1649
Prologue. Touching the Constitution and Authority of the Court
Interlude. The King journeys to
Westminster and the Court prepares
The Trial. The Proceedings of the High Court of Justice
The programme compiled by Peter Creswell
Cast (by permission of Godfrey Tearle )(by permission of H M Tennent LtdMembers of the Court:
Production by Peter Creswell and Jack Inglis
Charles Stuart, King of England:
Bradshaw, President of the Court:
Hugh Peters, a Puritan Divine:
Algernon Sydney, a Republican:
Sir Purback Temple, a Loyalist:
John Cook, Gray's Inn, Counsel to prosecute the King:
Clerk of the Court:
Lady Anne de Lille:
Hewson, Colonel in the Parliamentary Forces:
(Roman Catholic) from St. Dominic's Priory,
8.0 Order of Service
Old English Prayers and Trisagion
Address by the Very Rev. ANTONINUS MAGUIRE , O.P.
Hymn. 0 Godhead hid, devoutly I adore thee (W.H. 76)
0 Salutaris (Besler)
Motet, Ad te levavi (Zuccari)
Tantum Ergo (Dom Gregory Murray) ; Divine Praises Parce Domine (Plainsong)
Hymn, Jesu! the very thought of Thee (W.H. 19 ; A. and M. 17.8)
Organist and choirmaster,
Gerald C. Smith
Very Rev. Antoninus
An appeal on behalf of THE LONDON FEVER HOSPITAL by LESLIE HENSON
It is not until there is a serious outbreak of, say, typhoid or diphtheria that the daily safeguards on which human lives depend are remembered.
The hospital that provided the clinical investigations and that took the initiative in this field of public endeavour was the London Fever Hospital. Admissions are not restricted to London alone, and its supply of serum (a preventative of measles in young and ailing children) is called upon by doctors from all over the country.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
including Weather Forecast
Adapted as a radio serial by H. Beaufoy Milton
Produced by Peter Creswell
Part 8, Gerard arrives in Italy
Cast : A Story-Teller ; Gerard Elias socn; Elias, his father; Catarina, his mother; Cornelius, his eldest brother; Sybrandt, his youngest brother ; Margaret, his love ; Denys of Burgundy, a soldier of fortune ; Princess Claelia, an Italian princess; Pietro Vanucci , an Italian painter ; Teresa, an Italian matron ; Lodovico, an assassin, her husband; A Landlady The scene is Holland and Italy in the Fifteenth Century
Gerard's marriage to Margaret Brandt against the wishes of his family, who intended him for the priesthood, was interrupted in the church, and the Burgomaster of Tergou, to whom he was betrayed by his jealous brothers Cornelius and Sybrandt, had him imprisoned.
He escapes and flees the country, hoping to find fame and fortune in Italy, and on his way encounters a soldier of fortune, Denys of Burgundy, who is soon compelled to journey back to Holland to take part in the Flemish wars.
A letter written to Gerard by Margaret telling him it is safe to return home is intercepted by Cornelius and Sybrandt, who substitute for it another written by the Burgomaster to say that Margaret is dead. Denys arrives in Tergou, finds that Margaret has disappeared, and determines to search for her. Meantime Gerard, after escaping from shipwreck, arrives in Rome.
The Man and his Music
A programme arranged by M. Willson Disher
Music selected by Mark H. Lubbock and Gwen Williams
Wynne Ajello (soprano)
Billie Baker (soubrette)
Gordon Little (baritone)
Horace Percival (light comedian)
Compere, Bertram Wallis
The Rae Jenkins Trio
The BBC Theatre Chorus and The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Produced by Mark H. Lubbock