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: New Day

Some prayers and music for the first day of the week
Introduced by COLIN SEMPER

Contributors

Introduced By: Colin Semper

: Dougias Reeve

at the BBC Theatre Organ presents a programme of requests and music from THE FAIREY BAND conductor KENNETH DENNISON Producer PETER PILBEAM
(Requests, on a postcard please, to Douglas Reeve , BBC, to Box 27, Manchester)

Contributors

Conductor: Kenneth Dennison
Producer: Peter Pilbeam
Unknown: Douglas Reeve

: Ray Moore

introduces Banners and Bonnets A selection of Salvation Army music, old and new, especially for Sunday morning.
COLONEL WILL PRATT tells a story about the Army'-s day-to-day work.
Producer COLIN SEMPER

Contributors

Producer: Colin Semper

: as Radio 1

: David Jacobs

introduces Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA with WALTER MIDGLEY
Producer ROBERT BOWMAN

Contributors

Leader: Arthur Leavins
Conductor: Ashley Lawrence
Conductor: Reginald Leopold
Unknown: Walter Midgley
Producer: Robert Bowman

: People's Service

Stop Running
REV GAVIN REID speaks on coming to terms with life today. The first of three programmes from a London studio.
1: Running away from ourselves
Producer DAVID WINTER

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Reid
Producer: David Winter

: Family Favourites

Introduced by Sandi Jones
Three-way link between Belfast. Cologne and London with WALTER LOVE , BBC Belfast, ANDREW PASTOUNA, BFBS Cologne BILL PAUL, cbc Toronto ROD MCNEIL, ABC Sydney Producer PAM cox
(10 August: Canada, Australia, Hong Kong and British Forces in Gibraltar. Requests, on postcards please, to ' Family Favourites,' BBC, [address removed])

Contributors

Introduced By: Sandi Jones
Unknown: Walter Love

: Listen to Les

says Les Dawson with Daphne Oxenford and Colin Edwynn Music directed by BRIAN FITZGERALD
Written and produced by JAMES CASEY
(Repeated: Saturday 7.2 pm) fLes Dawson is in ' Holiday Happiness ' at the Southport Theatre, Southport)

Contributors

Unknown: Les Dawson
Unknown: Daphne Oxenford
Unknown: Colin Edwynn
Directed By: Brian Fitzgerald
Produced By: James Casey

: Noël

The Life and Times of Sir Noël Coward
The Vortex in 1924 was an immediate if controversial success, and established me both as a playwright and as an actor which was very fortunate, because until then I had not proved myself to be so hot in either capacity.
(NOEL COWARD)
In this third episode his career as a playwright and songwriter, is traced from its beginnings in 1920 through to his first real success four years later.
Part 3: Battersea to Broadway including
Dame Edith Evans Sir John Gielgud
Dame Gladys Cooper
Joyce Carey. Gladys Calthrop
Beverley Nichols and the voices of Ivor Novello and Sir Noël Coward
Written and narrated by SHERIDAN MORLEY
Programme associate CHARLES CASTLE
Series consultant FRANK SALTER Producer BARRY KNIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Gielgud
Unknown: Dame Gladys Cooper
Unknown: Joyce Carey.
Unknown: Gladys Calthrop
Unknown: Beverley Nichols
Unknown: Ivor Novello
Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Unknown: Frank Salter

: Hubert Gregg

says Thanks for the Memory to you, and adds a few reminiscences of his own.
Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON

Contributors

Producer: Phyllis Robinson

: Charlie Chester

with your Sunday Soapbox also featuring PERCY EDWARDS Producer BARBARA PAGE
5.2 Cricket Scoreboard

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Edwards
Producer: Barbara Page

: as Radio 1

: Semprini Serenade

BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by VILEM TAUSKY Producer FRANK HOOPER

Contributors

Leader: Michael Tomalin
Conducted By: Vilem Tausky
Producer: Frank Hooper

: Sunday Half-Hour

Recorded in St Mary's Church, Woodbridge, Suffolk
Introduced by ERIC ROBERTS Conductor GORDON HAWKINS Organist WILLIAM OGDEN Prayer and Blessing by REV JOHN ROWLANDS
From all that dwelt below the skies (Lasst uns erfreuen); For the beauty of the earth (England's Lane); Our Father, by whose servants (Thornbury); Lord. I love to stamp and shout (Mayhews); Morning h,as broken (Bunessan); Almighty Father of all things that be (Chilton Foliat ); An upper room did our Lord prepare (Folk song); Help us to help each other. Lord (St Botolph); Through the night of doubt and sorrow (March-ing); Glory to thee, my God (Tallis' Canon)

Contributors

Introduced By: Eric Roberts
Conductor: Gordon Hawkins
Organist: William Ogden
Unknown: John Rowlands
Unknown: Chilton Foliat

: Your 100 Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith Producer PETER CHISWELL

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Peter Chiswell

: Brass and Strings

BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE FRENCH
THE BAND OF THE ROYAL MARINES SCHOOL OP MUSIC conductor
LIEUT-COL PAUL NEVILLE , MVO, FRAM Principal Director of Music Introduced by James Alexander Gordon Producer ALLAN GILES

Contributors

Conducted By: George French
Conductor: Lieut-Col Paul Neville
Introduced By: James Alexander Gordon
Producer: Allan Giles

: Sounds of Jazz

Peter Clayton with news, reviews and comment with JOHN WILLIAMS 'S ORCHESTRA Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART Including at 12.8
Midnight Newsroom; weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton
Unknown: John Williams
Unknown: Keith Stewart








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