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Overture. Preciosa (Weber): Turin
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Mario Rossi
Clarineit Concerto in A (K.622)
(Mozart): Reginald Kell (clarinet) with the Zimbler Sinfonietta
Adagietio from Symphony No. 5
(Mahler): Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Waiter on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Mario Rossi
Clarinet:
Reginald Kell
Conducted By:
Bruno Waiter

A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by Julian Herbage
Contents:
' Beethoven in 1803,' by Trevor Harvey
' Carl Nielsen , Symphonist,' by D. Hugh Ottaway
' Have' You Brought Your Music? 2-Late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries,' by Mark Lubbock

Contributors

Edited By:
Anna Instone
Edited By:
Julian Herbage
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage
Unknown:
Trevor Harvey
Unknown:
Carl Nielsen
Unknown:
D. Hugh Ottaway
Unknown:
Mark Lubbock

Five experts on art, films, theatre, radio, and books
Conducted by Roger Manvell
Art: Denis Mathews
Films: E. Arnot Robertson
Theatre: Iain Hamilton
Radio: Tom Hopkinson
Books: Daniel George

Contributors

Conducted By:
Roger Manvell
Unknown:
Denis Mathews
Unknown:
E. Arnot Robertson
Unknown:
Iain Hamilton
Unknown:
Tom Hopkinson
Unknown:
Daniel George

A light-hearted romance of Regency days
Dramatised for broadcasting by Phillip Dobson from the novel by Georgette Heyer
Produced in the BBC's North of England studios
See 'Drama Diary' on page 21

Contributors

Author:
Georgette Heyer
Dramatised by:
Phillip Dobson
Produced by:
Patrick Campbell
Sir Richard Wyndham:
Richard Hurndall
Lady Wyndham, his mother:
Joy Davies
Louisa, his sister:
Olive Pendleton
Lord George Trevor:
Peter Dews
Cedric Brandon:
Robert Rietty
Melissa Brandon.:
Patricia Field
Lucius:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Penelope Creed:
Denise Bryer
Jimmy Yarde:
Norman Somers
Beverley Brandon:
Derek Hart
Piers Luttrell:
Richard Jacques
Mr. Philips, a magistrate:
Francis Winfield
Lady Luttrell:
Valerie Skardon
Other parts played by:
John Broadbent
Other parts played by:
Mildred Dyson
Other parts played by:
Tom Harrison
Other parts played by:
Thelma Pigott
Other parts played by:
Donald Rae
Other parts played by:
Frederic Wilson

Who Would True Valour See
A series of Bible plays
- on St. Paul
Written and produced by J. Stanley Pritchard
7—' Strange Courage '
5.25 Children's Service
From Moulin Kirk , Pitiochry. Conducted by the Minister, the Rev. Donald F. Findlay
Blest morning, whose first dawning rays (C.H. 116, omitting v. 3: Tune, Crediton)
Prayers
Lesson: St. Luke 24, vv. 1-12
Can wings of living light? (C.H. 117, vv. 1-5)
Address
Father of peace, and God of love!
(Paraphrase 60; Tune, St. Paul)
Prayers and the Lord's Prayer
Jesus Christ is risen today (C.H. 119) Blessing
Vesper hvmn: Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me (C.H. 654)
Pratise led by t'he children of Moulin and Pitlochry Sunday schools
Organist, Ernest S. Treasure
For the Children-page 39

Contributors

Produced By:
J. Stanley Pritchard
Unknown:
Moulin Kirk
Unknown:
Rev. Donald F. Findlay
Paul of Tarsus:
Leonard Maguire
Barnabas:
Bryden Murdoch
John Mark, his nephew:
Lawrence Dalzell
Sergius Paulus, Governor of Cyprus:
John McColl
Elymas, an astrologer:
James Sutherland
Eunice, a widow of Lystra:
Lennox Milne
Luke, a Greek doctor:
Tom Fleming

by Charles Dickens
Adapted and produced by Charles Lefeaux in twelve episodes
Among the most frequent callers at the Nicklebys' cottage is Frank Cheeryble, nephew to the brothers, who is clearly losing his heart to Kate. Smike's health gives rise to anxiety.
Mr. Cheeryble, wishing to give financial assistance to the young and beautiful Madeline Bray, daughter of his childhood sweetheart, who lives in distress with her ailing and unkind father, asks Nicholas to act as his representative.
Newman Noggs overhears the miser, Arthur Gride, plotting with Ralph Nickleby to marry Madeline and so possess himself of the fortune which, unknown to her, will be hers when she marries. Meanwhile, Nicholas has fallen in love with her.

Contributors

Author:
Charles Dickens
Adapted and produced by:
Charles Lefeaux
Narrator:
John Gabriel
Arthur Gride:
John Ruddock
Peg Sliderskew:
Louise Hampton
Newman Noggs:
Arthur Ridley
Nicholas Nickleby:
Gordon Davies
Walter Bray:
Martin Lewis
Madeline Bray:
Elizabeth London
Ralph Nickleby:
Andrew Cruickshank
Maid:
Sulwen Morgan
Kate Nickleby:
Daphne Grey

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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