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Opening Music:
Mozart's Eine kleine Nachtmusik
9.35 RELIGIOUS SERVICE for Primary Schools
Prayer and Response (1)
0 worship the King (S.P. 618; D.S.
11: C.H. 9; P.H. 17: P.H.J. 9, all omitting vv. 3, 5: Tune, Hanover —S.P. 618)
Interlude: David (ii)
Prayer and Responses (6)
When a knight won his spurs (S.P.
377: D.S. 143; P.H.J. 132: BBC Supplement 12: Tune, Stowey-S.P. 377)
Closing Music
Hymns and Responses as in Notes for The Teacher.
Last Thursday's recorded broadcast in the Home Service


Unknown: Eine Kleine


A series designed for enthusiasts of all ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music
Second of two illustrated talks in which Roger North compares Stravinsky's ' Dumbarton Oaks ' with Bach's Brandenburg Concertos


Unknown: Roger North
Unknown: Dumbarton Oaks


A series of weekly programmes entirely in German for those with a good understanding of the language
8: Joseph Haydn in England
In his late life Haydn paid two prolonged visits to London which were highly successful and inspired some of his best work
Script by Richard Wiener
: previously broadcast to Schools on October 12


Script By: Richard Wiener


Agriculture in the Common Market
A series investigating the effect of the Common Market on British agriculture
Chairman, James Murray 6: Farming in France
A discussion on the problems facing farmers in France and their attitude to the Common
Produced by George Sigsworth


Unknown: James Murray
Produced By: George Sigsworth


Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Verdi's La Traviata by Cedric Wallis
Some recent orchestral records reviewed by Stephen Plaistow


Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Cedric Wallis
Reviewed By: Stephen Plaistow

: Third Programme

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: Closedown

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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