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A request programme of gramophone records including this week:
Clarinet Qurimtet in A <Mozart): played by Reginald Kell and the . Philharmonia String Quartet
Harold in Italy (Berlio.:): played by Widliam Primrosp (viola) and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor, Sir Thomas Beecham. Bt.


Played By:
Reginald Kell
Widliam Primrosp
Sir Thomas Beecham. Bt.

From Iona Abbey. Conducted by the Rev. George F. MacLeod, M.C., D.D.
Paraphrase 30. vv. 1, 2, 5, 6: Come, let us to the Lord our God (Tune, Kilmarnock 75)
Call to Prayer; Prayers
The Epistle: 1 Corinthians 13
Praise the Lord, his glories show
(C.H. 16: Tune, Llanfair)
Come. Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire
(C.H. 196: Tune. St. Columba)
Prayers and the Lord's Prayer
Now thank we all our God (C.H. 29:x
Tune. Nun danket)
Accompanist, the Rev. James Muir


Rev. George F. MacLeod, M.C., D.D.
Rev. James Muir

by John Galsworthy
Adapted as a serial in eleven parts by Muriel Levy
Production by Hugh Stewart
Part 10
Other parts played by Virginia Winter and Peter Claughton
After winning his case against Philip Bosinney, his wife's lover, Soames returns home to find his wife Irene has fled. Broken, he visits his father, James Forsyte, and tells him of the disgrace that threatens the family. James advises him to follow Irene and get her back.
Meanwhile, Philip's fiancee June visits his rooms to find out why he did not appear in court. Irene is there and an unpleasant scene follows. While this is taking place a police inspector arrives at Soames's house and tells him that Philip Bosinney has been killed and that they suspect suicide.


John Galsworthy
Muriel Levy
Production By:
Hugh Stewart
Played By:
Virginia Winter
Played By:
Peter Claughton
Young Jolyon:
Leo Gcnn
Old Jolyon:
Malcolm Keen
Ronald Simpson
Grizelda Hervey
Philip Bosinney:
Peter Howell
Janet Burnell
George Hagan

A first glimpse or a reminder of Dr. Albert Schweitzer 's thought
Compiled from his writings and produced by Edward Livesey with Carleton Hobbs as narrator
Dr. Schweitzer, who has lived in French Equatorial Africa since 1913, has four separate reputations-as a philosopher, as a theologian, as a musician, and as a humanitarian. This programme shows how the four are linked together in the life and work of one of the most original and remarkable thinkers of our time. His hospital at Lambarene, ' The Quest of the Historical Jesus,' his study of Bach, and his childhood experiences in Alsace all have their influence in producing the philosophy which Dr. Schweitzer called ' Reverence for Life.'


Dr. Albert Schweitzer
Produced By:
Edward Livesey
Carleton Hobbs

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