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Opening Music:
Handel s Concerto Grosso
9.35 RELIGIOUS SERVICE for Primary Schools
Prayer and Response (1)
Jesus, good above all other (S.P.
540; D.S. 125; P.H. 59; P.H.J. 114, all omitting v. 4: BBC Supplement 3; Tune, Quem pastures laudavere—S.P. 540)
Interlude: Elijah (i)
Prayer and Responses (5)
Lord of all hopefulness (S.P. 565:
D.S. 79; BBC Supplement 13; Tune. Slane— S.P. 565)
Closing Music
Hymns and Responses as in Notes lor the Teacher
Last Thursday's recorded broadcast in the Home Service


A series designed for enthusiasts of all ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music
First of two illustrated talks by James Gibb on Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 1, in D minor


Unknown: James Gibb


A series of weekly programmes entirely in German for those with a good understanding of the language
9: Die Gretchentragödie
Scenes from Goethe's Faust-specially performed by actors of the Berlin Schiller-Theater
Radio adaptation by Milo Sperber Recording by Sender Freies Berlin: broadcast to Schools last February


Unknown: Milo Sperber


Agriculture in the Common Market
A series investigating the effect of the Common Market on British agriculture
Chairman, James Murray
7: Farming in Denmark
Derek Healey discusses with N. Kjaergaard Director of the Danish Agricultural Council the problems facing farmers in Denmark and their attitude to the Common Market
Produced by George Sigsworth


Unknown: James Murray
Unknown: Derek Healey
Unknown: N. Kjaergaard
Produced By: George Sigsworth

: Third Programme

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news, and the London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown

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