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by GORDON Rupp
Professor of Ecclesiastical History. University of Manchester with readings by GARY WATSON Second broadcast from the Network Three series ' The Reformation '
The illustrated booklet on The Reformation by C. R. Elton. specially written to accompany this series, is still available (price 5s.) from [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon Rupp
Unknown:
Gary Watson
Unknown:
C. R. Elton.

Country dance music played by WILLIE WALKER and his BAND with DENIS WEATHERLEY BILLY PIGG
(Northumbrian pipes)
Introduced by ROGER BURGESS
Produced by Richard Kelly

Contributors

Played By:
Willie Walker
Unknown:
Denis Weatherley
Unknown:
Billy Pigg
Introduced By:
Roger Burgess
Produced By:
Richard Kelly

Introduced by JOHN GREENSLADE
At Oakland's
The Principal of the Hertfordshire Institute of Agriculture, ERIC PELHAM, introduces members of his staff and is joined by farmers who discuss the farming policy
The Month on the Farm by BRYAN PLATT

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Greenslade
Unknown:
Bryan Platt

La Fille du Tambour Major by Offenbach
A recorded version by Radio-diffusion-Television Francaise RTF CHORUS
Chorus-Master.
Jean-Paul Kreder
ORCHESTRE RADIO Lyrique Conductor. ROGER ELLIS
Presentation, ROBERT TATRY
English narrative by MARK LUBBOCK
Story told by JOHN HOBDAY
Programme edited by

Contributors

Conductor:
Roger Ellis
Told By:
John Hobday
Duchesse delta Volta:
Fanely Revoil
Stella:
Christiane Harbell
Claudine:
Lina Dachary
La Superieure:
Andree Lequenne
Monthabor:
Lucien Lovana
Lieutenant Robert:
Robert Massard
Griolet:
Michel Hamel
Due della Volta:
Duvaleix
Bambini:
Bernard-Jacques Petit-Jean
Champas:
Daguerressar
Gregario:
Genio
Soldats ivre:
Albert Cauvat
Soldats ivre:
Suzanne Legay
Soldats ivre:
Hubert Cabane

The Days of September by Julian Symons adapted for radio by EVE HOWLAND
Who kidnapped baby John? His parents. the Gayes, are foolishly afraid to call in the police. Francis Quarles , private investigator, solves the mystery, with the help of the sharp eyes and general knowledge of his secretary.
Other parts played by Sheelah Wilcocks , Earle Grey and Frank Partington Produced by ARTHUR RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Symons
Radio By:
Eve Howland
Unknown:
Francis Quarles
Played By:
Sheelah Wilcocks
Played By:
Earle Grey
Played By:
Frank Partington
Produced By:
Arthur Russell
Molly:
Jean England
Roger:
Donald McKillop
Francis Quarles:
John Westbrook
Crystal:
Elizabeth Morgan
Lilian:
Dorit Welles
' Fingers ' Lyne:
Austin Trevor
Inspector Leeds:
George Hagan
Mrs Bennett:
Sheila Raynor

from Coventry Cathedral sung by the choir of the ROYAL SCHOOL OF CHURCH MUSIC
Invitatory: 0 Lord give thy holy spirit (Tailis)
Psalms 41, 42, and 43 Lessons: 1 Kings 8, vv. 13.
27-30; Revelation 21, vv. 9-16, 22-27
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis,
St. Nicolas Service
(Sydney H. Nicholson)
Anthem: 0 Lord the Maker
(Joubert)
Praise, my soul (A and M.
Rev. 365)
Organist and Master of the Choristers, David Lepine

Contributors

Unknown:
David Lepine

A new adventure serial in five parts by GEOFFREY MORGAN with John Bentley as Steve Conroy
June Spencer as Penny Paige of the ' London Courier '
1: No Clues for the General
Produced by Claire CHOVIL

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Morgan
Unknown:
John Bentley
Unknown:
Steve Conroy
Unknown:
June Spencer
Produced By:
Claire Chovil
Lawrence Thornton:
Gabriel Woolf
General Sir Francis Towers:
Ralph Truman
Miss Fisk:
Elizabeth Bradley
Lucy Marks:
Norma Griffin
Malcolm Wade:
Stephen Jack
Bernard Lock Editor of the Courier:
Derek Birch
Countess de Lupreis:
Marise Hepworth

An anthology of words and music
Introduced by JAMES FISHER and GEOFFREY GRIGSON
A short account of the history -natural, literary, legendary-of the world's largest beast Produced by PATRICK DROMGOOLE

Contributors

Introduced By:
James Fisher
Introduced By:
Geoffrey Grigson
Produced By:
Patrick Dromgoole

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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