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from Chichester Cathedral
Versicles and Responses (
William Smith of Durham, 1590)
Why. impious Herod, shouldst thou fear? (E.H. 38)
Psalms 47 and 48 First Lesson: from Amos 2
Magnificat (Plainsong : faux-bourdons by Fairfax)
Second Lesson: from Galatians 2
Nunc dimittis (Plainsong: faux-bourdons by Fairfax)
Creed and Collects -
0 praise God in his holiness (
Robert Whyte )
Prayers
Bethlehem, of noblest cities (E.H. 40) Organist. H. A. Hawkins

Contributors

Unknown:
William Smith
Unknown:
Robert Whyte
Organist:
H. A. Hawkins

'The I's Have It': an exposure of lovers' conceits and exaggerations, by Peter Eton
' The Name on the Label '-introducing Eric Winstone
Ralph Reader reminisces
' Orchestras of the World': No. 8-
The Boston Symphony Orchestra, introduced by Marc Blitzstein
Programme edited by Pat Osborne

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Eton
Introduced By:
Marc Blitzstein
Edited By:
Pat Osborne

' A Voyage to Lilliput': play in two parts by C. Gordon Glover , based on Swift's ' Gulliver's Travels.' Produced by May Jenkin (' Elizabeth '). Part 1
Other Lilliputians: Charles Hawtrey , Kenneth Morgan , and Brian Haines
5.50 'A Christmas Party in Holland ' : recorded despatch from Frank Gillard

Contributors

Unknown:
C. Gordon Glover
Duced By:
May Jenkin
Unknown:
Charles Hawtrey
Unknown:
Kenneth Morgan
Unknown:
Brian Haines
Unknown:
Frank Gillard
Lemuel Gulliver:
Deryck Guyler
Emperor of Lilliput:
Norman Shelley
Reldresal Principal:
Secretary Of
Private Affairs:
Wilfred Babbage
Admiral Bolgolam:
Philip Wade

Play by Lionel Brown , produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Josephine Shand , Bryan Powley , Stanley Qroome. Basil Jones. Peter Noble , Frank Partington. Ann Codrington , and Duncan Mclntyre

Contributors

Play By:
Lionel Brown
Produced By:
Hugh Stewart
Played By:
Josephine Shand
Played By:
Bryan Powley
Played By:
Stanley Qroome.
Played By:
Basil Jones.
Played By:
Peter Noble
Played By:
Frank Partington.
Played By:
Ann Codrington
Played By:
Duncan McLntyre
Price:
Laidman Browne
Toms:
Preston Lockwood
Effie:
Mary Morris
Jimmy:
Lewis Stringer
Dr Benson:
Edgar Norfolk
Gwen:
Edana Romney
Lord Linton:
Eric Maturin
Marjorie' Benson:
Joan Carol
Hon Philip Massey:
Roger Snowdon
The Mayor:
Charles Doe
The Mayoress:
Gladys Spencer

with Polly Ward and Gene Gerrard featuring ' Ukelele Memories'.; 'Un-swinging the Jazz Classics' ; Wives of Famous Men'; 'New Songs for Old ' ; 'Going County.' Musical arrangements by Max Saunders and Peter Akister. Choral arrangements by Max Saunders. The augmented Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black . Script by Polly Ward and Howard Barnes. Produced by Eric Fawcett

Contributors

Unknown:
Polly Ward
Unknown:
Gene Gerrard
Arrangements By:
Max Saunders
Arrangements By:
Peter Akister.
Arrangements By:
Max Saunders.
Conducted By:
Stanley Black
Script By:
Polly Ward
Script By:
Howard Barnes.
Produced By:
Eric Fawcett

with impromptu answers to listeners' questions: Commander A. B. Campbell , Professor Michael Polanyi , F.R.S. (scientist), a Psycho-Analyst, Bertrand Russell F.R.S , ., Dr. Edith Summerskill M.P. , Question-Master, Geoffrey Crowther. (BBC recording)

Contributors

Unknown:
A. B. Campbell
Unknown:
Michael Polanyi
Unknown:
Bertrand Russell F.R.S
Question-Master:
Dr. Edith Summerskill M.P.
Question-Master:
Geoffrey Crowther.

BBC Theatre Orchestra, with Lorely Dyer (soprano), Winifred Davey and Eric Gritton (two pianos), and the BBC Theatre Chorus: conductor, Stanford Robinson.
The operetta selection is from Noel Coward 's ' Operette '

Contributors

Soprano:
Lorely Dyer
Soprano:
Winifred Davey
Soprano:
Eric Gritton
Conductor:
Stanford Robinson.
Unknown:
Noel Coward

- by Maurice Maeterlinck. Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Tyrone Guthrie. The characters are: an Old Man. a Stranger, Mary, Martha, and a Peasant. The scene is an old garden planted with willows..... It is night

Contributors

Unknown:
Maurice Maeterlinck.
Produced By:
Tyrone Guthrie.

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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