and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Conductor, Bleddyn Thomas (recording)
plays well-known music for organ
Interlude : records
from St. Martin-in-the-Fields
Lead us, heavenly Father (S.P. 555 ; A. and M. 281 ; C.H. 563)
Versicles and Responses Psalm 95
Lesson : Isaiah 41, vv. 1-11 (read by the Rev. George Whitley )
The king of love (S.P. 654 ; A. and M.
197 ; C.H. 438)
0 God of Bethel (S.P. 596 ; A. and M.
512 ; C.H. 562)
Address by the Archbishop of York
Holy Father, in thy mercy (A. and M.
595 ; C.H. 629)
Organist;- Edward O'Henry
at the organ of the Odeon, Leicester Square
Harry Fryer and his Orchestra
Michael Tippett : ' Portrait of Stravinsky '
Cello Sonata in E. minor, Op. 38 played by Rudolphe Soiron (cello) and Marcel Gazelle (piano)
Nora Gruhn (soprano). BBC Midland Light Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins
Conductor, Dr. O. H. Peasgood
Talk by Mavis Tate , M.P.
played by the Bickershaw Colliery Band : conductor, William Haydock
Talk by Private John G. Jackson
Rev. A. S. Gregory and the Choir of Headingley Methodist Church
C. H. Middleton
(Choral and Orchestral Union of Glasgow). Conductor,
Warwick Braithwaite. Clifford Curzon (piano)
by Leo Tolstoy (translated by Louise Maude and Aylmer Maude ). Adapted for broadcasting, in eight parts, by Walter Peacock. Music selected, arranged, and recorded by Ernest Irving , with the BBC
Northern Orchestra. Produced by Barbara Burnham
Chief characters in order of speaking : (by permission of Linnit and Dunfee, Ltd )
(by permission of Robert Atkins)
with Charles Smart and Albert Sandler
Series of talks, dealing with events of religious significance in the life of the nation, and with the work of the Churches at home and abroad, by the Rev. Nathaniel Micklem , D.D.
Rhaglen o ganu emynau gan gor undebol Eglwysi Cymraeg Resolfen, o dan arweiniad Herbert Thomas Organydd, R. W. Morgan. (Hymn-singing by Welsh choirs)
Anna Neagle in ' Queen Victoria '. Radio play by Harry Alan Towers. An adaptation based on the films by permission of Herbert Wilcox and R.K.O. Pictures. Story told and the play produced by Derek McCulloch (by permission of H M Tennent Ltd )
Talk by John B. Nimlin
His song is introduced by Ludwig Koch
Public concert at Rushden, by the BBC Theatre Orchestra and BBC Theatre Chorus, with Gladys Ripley and Norman Lumsden : conductor, Stanford Robinson
Third in a series of programmes taking you on short visits to war industries. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
from the Chapel of Kelham College
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angelus
Address by the Rev. Stephen Bedale ,
Maker of man (E.H. 62) Versicles and Responses Psalm 82
First Lesson : Genesis 1, vv. 24-28
0 blest Creator of the light (E.H. 51)
Magnificat (with antiphon, Give peace, 0
Second Lesson : St. Luke IS, vv. 1-7
Nunc dimittis (with antiphon, Let thy light, shine forth)
Creed and Collects
0 God of love, 0 Prince of peace (A. and M. 376 ; C.H. 646)
Appeal on behalf of the Channel Islands Refugees Committee by His Grace the Lord Archbishop of York
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed].
Written by Louis MacNeice . Produced by Walter Rilla
Additional chief characters to those of Part 5 :
(by permission of H. M. Tennent Ltd.) (by permission of Linnit and Dunfee Ltd )
' We beheld his glory '— 3, Psalm 147, vv.
1-7 ; St. Matthew 8, vv. 1-13 Where high the heavenly temple stands (A. and M. 201) ; St. John 1, v. 14
First of a series of gramophone programmes presented by Scott Goddard
and his Mazurka Orchestra
I-played by John Wills