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on gramophone records
Symphony No. 22, in E flat (Philosopher) (Haydn): London Baroque Orchestra, conductor Karl Haas
Concierto de Aranjuez (
Joaquin Rodrigo ): Narciso Yepes (guitar) with the Madrid Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Ataulfo Argenta
Suite. Dolly (Fauri, orch. Rabaud):
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anatole Fistoulari

Contributors

Conductor:
Karl Haas
Unknown:
Joaquin Rodrigo
Guitar:
Narciso Yepes
Conducted By:
Ataulfo Argenta
Unknown:
Anatole Fistoulari

by Arnold Hill
Produced by David H. Godfrey
3.15 'THE DISPUTE'
A radio comedy of South Wales life by Edgar Lewis
Production by John Griffiths

Contributors

Produced By:
David H. Godfrey
Unknown:
Edgar Lewis
Production By:
John Griffiths
Mrs Perrins:
Grizelda Hervey
Mr Heilig:
Wensley Pithey
Willie:
John Mann
Twm Thomas, a steelworker:
Jack James
Marged, his wife:
Madge Jones
Mair, their daughter:
Brenda Gwilym
Griff, their younger son:
Bruce Mayne
David, their elder son:
Myrfyn Owen
Katja, Griff's wife:
Ennis Tinnusche
Emlyn Evans, a Trade Union official:
D. L. Davies

from Bristol Cathedral
Sentence; Confession; Absolution; the Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses (Bristol use) Psalms 54 and 55 First Lesson: Numbers 21, vv. 4-9 Magnificat (Carolus Andreas )
Second Lesson: St. John 16, w. 16 to end
Nunc dimittis (Carolus Andreas) Creed: Suffrages; Collects
Anthem: Ave verum Corpus (Byrd) Prayers
Organist and Master of the Choristers,
Clifford Harker

Contributors

Unknown:
Carolus Andreas
Unknown:
Clifford Harker

For Older Listeners
' Lariat Boy '
A serial in two parts by Alan Dixon 1
ā€”' Running Deer's Mission '
Produced by Herbert Smith
A story of the Little Sioux Indians, and the White Settlers who lived peaceably with them in the warlike days of the eighties on the North American continent.
Alan Dixon writes on page 21
5.50 Children's Hour prayers for Lent
Conducted by the Bishop of Aston
The Rt. Rev. Michael Parker

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Dixon
Produced By:
Herbert Smith
Unknown:
Alan Dixon
Unknown:
Rt. Rev. Michael Parker
Granpa Weldon, leader of the White pioneers:
MacDonald Parke
Ben Weldon, grandson of Granpa Weldon:
Michael McGrath
Running Deer son of Great Eagle:
Paul Webster
Sundown Ryan, Pony Express rider:
Harry Towb
Great Eagle, Chief of the Little Sioux:
Andrew Wurlidge
Banjo, a darkie cowhand, servant and friend of Ben and Running Deer:
Graham Tennant
A bandit:
Noel Johnson

Five broadcasts on the transition from Roman Britain to Saxon England 5-The Saxon Conquest
C. E. Stevens
Lecturer in Ancient History,
Magdalen College, Oxford
John Morris
Lecturer in History,
University College, London
C. L. Matthews amateur archaeologist
A period of fifty years' peace came to an end in the second half of the sixth century, when the Anglo-Saxon settlers were again on the move; by 650 they had conquered nearly all of what is now England, and the boundaries of England, Scotland, and Wales were taking shape.
In discussing the end of the Dark Ages the speakers consider what this period has to contribute to a general understanding of the history of these islands. How much Roman civilisation survived the Dark Ages? Is the Anglo-Saxon element really as important to us as the nineteenth-century historians believe? In fact, how Welsh are the English?

Contributors

Unknown:
E. Stevens
Unknown:
L. Matthews

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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