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The Sunday Supplement to Woman's )Hour
Nancy Spain introducing
Antonia Ridge and Wyn Griffith discussing the issues behind some personal problems
A name in the news
Helen Cox with some hints for busy women
A doctor talks it over
The last episode from ' Daughter of Confucius '—the autobiography of a Chinese girl, by Wong Su-Ling and E. H. Cressy. Abridged by Roy Herbert. Read by Jill Badcon

Contributors

Unknown:
Nancy Spain
Unknown:
Antonia Ridge
Unknown:
Wyn Griffith
Unknown:
Helen Cox
Unknown:
Wong Su-Ling
Unknown:
E. H. Cressy.
Abridged By:
Roy Herbert.
Read By:
Jill Badcon

You are invited to listen to some of the folk songs and music still sung and played in the British Isles

Seamus Ennis and Hamish Henderson tell you of a visit they made to Buchan, an old province of north-east Scotland
Peter Kennedy and Harold Rogers introduce Rory and Alexander McEwen, two Scots lads with two guitars
Singer, Ewan MacColl
The Players: Eugene Pini (violin) Carlos Valdez (cello) Henry Krein (accordion) George Crozier (flute) Freddiie Phillips (guitar)
Programme introduced by Spike Hughes
Edited by Marie Slocombe
Produced by Harold Rogers

Contributors

Singer:
Ewan MacColl
Violin:
Eugene Pini
Cello:
Carlos Valdez
Accordion:
Henry Krein
Flute:
George Crozier
Guitar:
Freddiie Phillips
Introduced By:
Spike Hughes
Edited By:
Marie Slocombe
Produced By:
Harold Rogers

You are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a consecrated nation, a people God means to have for himself; it is yours to proclaim the exploits of the God who has called you out of darkness into his marvellous light
(Knox's Translation)
Can God do without You?
Service from St. Edward's Roman Catholic Church, Sutton Park, Guildford. Conducted by the Rev. Father Gordon Albion, D.Hist.SC.

A happy history of everyman's entertainment with ' Blossom ' of John Henry and Blossom
Billy Cotton
Clifford Davis
Maurice Denham
Derek McCulloch (Uncle Mac)
Albert Whelan
Introduced by Howard Marion-Crawford
Programme written by ,Gale Pedrick and produced by Thursitan Holland

Contributors

Unknown:
John Henry
Unknown:
Billy Cotton
Unknown:
Clifford Davis
Unknown:
Maurice Denham
Unknown:
Derek McCulloch
Unknown:
Albert Whelan
Introduced By:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Written By:
Gale Pedrick
Produced By:
Thursitan Holland

Speaking from the Triforium in Westminster Abbey, Howard Marshall describes the interior of this great Church, restored to normal after the Coronation
It is from this vantage point tha.t he has broadcast on the occasion of two Coronat ions
Organ music by Dr. O. H. Peasgood

Contributors

Music By:
Dr. O. H. Peasgood

by William Templeton
Produced by Ayton Whitaker

Contributors

Unknown:
William Templeton
Produced By:
Ayton Whitaker
Roger:
Brian Hayes
Diana Baines:
Sulwen Morgan
George Baines:
Allan Jeayes
Harriet Bainea:
Gladys Spencer
Literary Editor:
Arthur Lawrence
Mrs Hunt:
Eileen Thorndike
Mr Tilt:
James Thomason
Julie Sanderson:
Gwenda Wilson
Maisie:
Janet Burnell
Peter Farleigh:
Peter Newell
Charlie Michael:
Charles Hodgson
Amanda:
Bettina Dickson
Voltante:
Heron Carvic
Police Inspector:
William Fox
Shenstone:
Malcolm Hayes

Community hymn-singing from
St. Augustine's Church,
Londonderry
Conductor, Kenneth Armstrong
Organist, James McCarter
Hymns introduced by the Rev. Canon H. A. McKegney
For all the saints (Tune, Sine
Nomine)
New every morning (Tune, St.
Monica)
Thine for ever (Tune, St. Guron)
Jesu, my Lord. my God, my all
(Tune, St. Finbar)
Figh,t the good fight (Tune, Duke
Street)
Lord, while for all mankind we pray (Tune, St. Columba)
0 praise ye the Lord (Tune, Laudate
Dominum)
Jesus calls us o'er the tumult (Tune,
St. Nicholas)

Contributors

Organist:
James McCarter

Light Programme

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