(Incidental music to Algernon Black 's Christmas Party) recorded by Alice Moxon (soprano) and Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone)
Organ-Grinder's Song No. 1, To the Children Laughter Song
Organ-Grinder's Song No. 2, The Blue-Eyes Fairy Organ-Grinder's Song No. 3, My old Tunes Hearts must be soft-shiny dressed
with The BBC Salon Orchestra
Conductor, Leslie Bridgewater
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
A Programme of Popular Music
by Dorothy Helmrich (mezzo-soprano)
from St. Ann's Church, EM. Dockyard, Portsmouth
Order of Service
Hymn, Lead us, heavenly father, lead us (E.H. 426 ; A. and M. 281 ;
S.P. 555 ; Rv. C.H. 563)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Venite
Lesson, Ephesians vi, 10-17
Hymn, 0 worship the king (vv. 1, 2, 3, and 6) (E.H. 466 ; A and M.
167 ; S.P. 618 ; Rv. C.H. 9)
Versicles and Prayers
Hymn, Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep (E.H. 541 ; A. and M.
285 ; S.P. 489 ; Rv. C.H. 83)
Address by the Ven. Archdeacon T. Crick, C.B.E., M.V.O., Hon.
Chaplain to H.M. the King, Chaplain to the Fleet
Hymn, Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven (E.H. 470 ; A. and M. 296 j
S.P. 623 ; Rv. C.H. 21)
Hymn, Eternal father, strong to save (E.H. 540
A. and M. 370 ; S.P; 336 ; Rv. C.H. 626)
Conductor, Guy Warrack
in extracts from Roy Limbert 's presentation of James Bridie 's new play
'What Say They?' with the Malvern Festival Company, including Frank Pettingell , Miles
Otway, Kynaston Reeves , Norman Wooland
The play opens at the Palace Theatre, Manchester, on Monday,
November 27, prior to London production
The play produced in the theatre by H. K. Ayliff and for broadcasting by Bruce Belfrage
at the organ of the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, London
Conductor, Clifford Greenwood
' London Stands Firm—1642'
Devised by Igor Vinogradoff and read by Felix Aylmer
Announcer: Alvar Liddell
by Angus Morrison
Promenade - The Gnome - Promenade - The Old Castle - Promenade - The Tuileries (Children quarrelling at play) - Bydlo (The Ox-Waggon) - Promenade - Ballet of Chickens in their Shells - Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle-The Market Place at Limoges - The Catacombs - Con Mortuis in Lingua Mortua - The Gate of the Ancient Slav City of Kiev
Conductor, W. C. Crozier
Details, if received in time, will be found in the Stop Press' columns on page 2
C. H. Middleton
The BBC Orchestra
(Section B), leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty
Frederick Thurston (clarinet)
A Mozart Programme
Frederick Thurston and Orchestra
Concerto in A (K.622) for clarinet and orchestra
1 Allegro. 2 Adagio. 3 Rondo: Allegro
Divertimento No. 10, in F (K.247)
1 Allegro. 2 Andante grazioso. 3 Minuetto (1). 4 Adagio. 5 Minuetto (2). 6 Andante-Allegro assai
In which radio brings to life curious events of the past and present
Compere, Ronald Waldman
4—'Man in the Making '
The Very Rev. W. R. Matthews , K.C.V.O., D.D., Dean of St. Paul's
directing the Concert Orchestra in a popular Sunday-concert
A feature programme about the Patron Saint of Scotland, devised by Christine Orr
The programme will be followed by a short epilogue
with the Novelty Septet
(All items arranged by Fred Hartley )
A programme arranged and presented by John Pudney.
Sonata in A, Op. 47 (The Kreutzer)
1 Adagio sostenuto-Presto. 2 Andante con variazioni. 3 Finale: Presto played by Albert Sammons (violin) and William Murdoch (pianoforte)
Order of Service
Hymn, Lead, kindly light (A. and M. 266 ; Rv. B.C.H. 415 ; S.P. 554 :
Rv. C.H. 568)
Psalm xxvii, 1-6
Lesson, St. Matthew xi, 25-30 Prayers
Hymn, Thy kingdom come, 0 God (A. and M. 217 ; Rv. B.C.H. 540 ;
Rv. C.H. 152)
Address by the Rev. M. E. Aubrey , C.H.
Hymn, Rejoice! The Lord is King (A. and M. 202 ; Rv. B.C.H. 141 ;
S.P. 632 ; Rv. C.H. 135)
An appeal on behalf of the Musicians' Benevolent Fund by Myra Hess , C.B.E.
The Musicians' Benevolent Fund, a registered charity for the assistance of sick, aged, and needy members of the musical profession, has found its problems vastly aggravated by the war. Thousands of musicians who have given the best part of their lives to entertaining the public are now in dire need. The demands on the resources of the fund have been enormously increased since the outbreak of war, and already over one-third of the total funds of the Society are overdrawn.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Miss Myra Hess , C.B.E., [address removed].
Sir Walford Davies
A musical tale of the East by Oscar Asche , set to music by Frederic Norton. Presentation written by Henrik Ege
The Storyteller, Norman Shelley
Robbers, dancers, servants, slaves, etc.
The BBC Theatre Chorus (trained by Charles Groves ) and the BBC Theatre Orchestra (leader, Tate Gilder), conductor, Stanford Robinson
The programme arranged and produced by Gordon McConnel with the musical collaboration of -Gwen Williams
A radio play by John Cheatle, faithfully transcribed from the detective story by Dorothy L. Sayers
With J. B. Rowe as Bunter, Bryan Powley as Dr. Hartman, Philip Wade as Brotherton, Gordon MacLeod as a Policeman, Audrey Cameron as a Scream
Production by John Cheatle
As her many thousands of readers know, Dorothy L. Sayers is a detective-story writer who invariably plays fair.
In The Footsteps that Ran, as in all her other ingenious stories, all clues to the identity of the murderer, the motive of the murderer, the weapon used, and the method of detection are suggested to the reader, - or, in this case, the listener - as soon as they are to the detective himself. A novel feature of this broadcast will be that at the very climax of the story, when all the clues are there, there will be a pause in the action to enable listeners to review the evidence and to see if they can succeed in solving the problem before Lord Peter Wimsey.
' God in History '
Isaiah xliii and xlv
0 God of earth and altar (S.P. 308) Exodus xx, 1-3 ' *
(Section C), led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Clarence Raybould