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MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I, by Marjorie Eele
To be repeated tomorrow at 9.45
11.20 HISTORY I. ' Samuel Pepys ' : a character study based on his diary, and dealing in particular with his early work for the Navy. Script by Philippa Pearce

Contributors

Unknown:
Marjorie Eele
Unknown:
Samuel Pepys
Script By:
Philippa Pearce

Regional Variations (2)

Schools: Scottish Affairs.

BBC Home Service Scottish

FOR THE FOURTEENS.' Job In Hand -Our Town': how the town of King's Lynn in Norfolk is making its contribution to the Festival of Britain. Wynford Vaughan Thomas interviews some of the people who are playing their part. Script by John Allen
2.20 ADVENTURES IN MUSIC. ' The Waltz': an illustnated talk by Gordon Reynolds
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH II. Poems Of Travel. The programme includes ' Port of Holy Peter' by John Masefield , ' Tarantella ' by HiLaire Belloc , and Shelley's Ozymandias of Egypt.' Script by Mollie Reynolds

Contributors

Unknown:
Wynford Vaughan Thomas
Script By:
John Allen
Talk By:
Gordon Reynolds
Unknown:
John Masefield
Unknown:
Hilaire Belloc
Unknown:
Shelley'S Ozymandias
Script By:
Mollie Reynolds

from Birmingham Cathedral
Confession and Absolution
Vesicles and Responses (Byrd)
Psalms 6, 7. and 8 (Psaiter Newly
Pointed)
First Lesson: Isaiah 30, vv. 15-21 Magnificat (Byrd, Second Service)
Second Lessons: St. John 17, vv. 1-8 Nunc dimittis (Byrd, Second Service) Creed
Responses and Collects
Anthem : Juettorum animae in manu
Dei sunt, et non tangct illos tormentum mortis. Visa sunt oculis. insipientium mori illi autem sunt in pace (Byrd)
Prayers Blessing
Organ Voluntary: Fancy in C-fa-ut
(Byrd)
Organist and Master of the Choristers,
Dr. Withis Griant

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr. Withis Griant

presents
‛No Way Out’ starring Richard Widmark
Linda Darnell and Stephen McNally
An adaptation from the soundtrack of the Twentieth Century-Fox picture
Adapted by George Williams
Produced by Thurstan Holland

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Widmark
Unknown:
Linda Darnell
Unknown:
Stephen McNally
Adapted By:
George Williams
Produced By:
Thurstan Holland

Regional Variations (6)

Quiz Team are 'Up Against It' at Dromore, Co. Down.

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

Dave Morris in Club Night.'

BBC Home Service North

Music of Franz Lehar. Maureen Springer (soprano) ; Stephen Manton (tenor): Frederick Harvey (baritone); BBC Midland Light Orchestra.

BBC Home Service Midland

Old-time dancing.

BBC Home Service West

Farm Forum.

BBC Home Service Scottish

A serial story in eight episodes by John Jowett
3-In which Phillip- Peerce suggests a line of enquiry and Donald follows it up
Production by Vernon Harris
Donald Ransome , a young painter who unexpectedly inherited a fortune, decided to realise a life-long ambition. From a list of recent unsolved murders he picked one at random and set out to investigate it. In Birmingham he met Ida Lampley, sister of the murdered man, and also a dancer called Delia Dawn. But his enquiries got him nowhere. On his way back to London he found himself at
Mickleford, scene of another murder. He was intrigued to discover that Delia Dawn had been the girl friend of Frame, the murdered man. Some -days later in London he met Ida Lampley again and told her his news. Her reaction was unexpected.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Jowett
Production By:
Vernon Harris
Unknown:
Donald Ransome
Donald Ransome:
Derek Farr
Ida Lampley:
Beryl Calder
Phillip Peerce:
Martin Case
Mrs Chump:
Beatrice Varley
Delia Dawn:
Mary MacKenzie
Madame Olga:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Constable Jenks:
John Sharp
Taxi-driver:
Christopher Hodge

Regional Variations (4)

The Faith in the West.

BBC Home Service West

Salute to America: Victor Newbury (baritone): BBC Welsh Chorus (men's section); BBC Welsh Orchestra.

BBC Home Service Welsh

Scotland Sings: St. Mary's Cathedral Choir. From Edinburgh.

BBC Home Service Scottish

Choir of York Minster
Conducted by Francis Jackson
From York Minster

Contributors

Conducted By:
Francis Jackson

Regional Variations (5)

Piping.

BBC Home Service Scottish

Programme on Farm and Factory Exhibition at Castlereagh, Belfast

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

Western Music-Hail.

BBC Home Service West

Cystadleuaeth Drama Radio: 'Yr Argae,' gan Ednyfed.

BBC Home Service Welsh

(The Real Gone Gal) with Earl Hyde and George DuVivier
Introduced by Jack Jackson

Contributors

Unknown:
Earl Hyde
Unknown:
George Duvivier
Introduced By:
Jack Jackson

An entertainment for radio based on the story collected by the Brothers Grimm
The Princesses:
Cherry Cottrell , Julia Lang Olive kirby , Diane Langford
Mary Wimbush , Ysanne Churchman
Music composed and conducted by Francis Collinson Written and produced by Francis Dillon

Contributors

Unknown:
Cherry Cottrell
Unknown:
Julia Lang
Unknown:
Olive Kirby
Unknown:
Diane Langford
Unknown:
Mary Wimbush
Unknown:
Ysanne Churchman
Conducted By:
Francis Collinson
Produced By:
Francis Dillon
Storyteller:
James Langham
Sergeant Dickon:
Charles Leno
The King:
Felix Felton
The Witch:
Vivienne Chatterton
The Chancellor:
Edgar Norfolk
Prince Florizel:
Noel Johnson
An officer:
John Richmond
Regius Professor of Magic:
Oliver Burt
A footman:
John Sharp
The General:
Malcolm Graeme
The Psychiatrist:
Eric Francis
Lieut Musback:
Martin Boddey
A nobleman:
John Witty

Regional Variations (2)

Haydn: choruses and arias from ' The Seasons.'

BBC Home Service Midland

Margaret Rawlings
Athene Seyler Diana Morgan
Margaret Lindsay
Griffith Jones
Robert Henriques
In the chair, Roy Plomley Production by Pat Dixon

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Rawlings
Unknown:
Athene Seyler
Unknown:
Diana Morgan
Unknown:
Margaret Lindsay
Unknown:
Griffith Jones
Unknown:
Robert Henriques
Production By:
Pat Dixon

Talk by the Rev. A. R. Vidler , D.D. The speaker is Canon and Librarian of St George's Chapel, Windsor, Editor of Theology, and co-Editor of The Frontier. He has taken part in a number of discussions in connection with the Christian
Frontier Council, and in this talk he deals with a subject that is constantly arising.
Self-interest obviously has a large place in all that we do and it is Dr. Vidler', task to examine what this place really is.

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. A. R. Vidler

Regional Variations (3)

' A Scottish Duel play by Ella S. Boswell and Alwyn D. Fox.

BBC Home Service Scottish

Melody for Late Evening.

BBC Home Service West

Quartet in F, Op. 135 played by the Busch String Quartet:
Adolf Busch (violin)
Bruno Straumann (violin) Hugo Gottesmann (viola)
Hermann Busch (cello)

Contributors

Violin:
Adolf Busch
Violin:
Bruno Straumann
Viola:
Hugo Gottesmann
Cello:
Hermann Busch

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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