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: a Studio Service

Preceded by The BELLS OF SOUTHWARK
CATHEDRAL
The Hymns will include:
'While Shepherds watched* (A. and M. 62)
' Hark ! the Herald Angels sing '
(A. and M. 60)
' Brightest and best of the sons of the Morning ' (A. and M. 643)
'0 come, all yo Faithful ' (A. and M. 69)

: A Christmas Concert

CATHERINE STEWART
(Contralto)
WILLIAM PRIMROSE
(Violin)
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND
Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL
Christmas Overture
Coleridge-Taylor

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

1 A CHRISTMAS CAROL'
A Play adapted from Charles Dickens , by C. E. HODGES
With Incidental Music by The OLOF SEXTET

: a Christmas Service

RELAYED FROM ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL,
WINDSOR
Processional Hymn, ' 0 come, all ye faithful' * Shortened Evensong Psalm LXXXV
Lesson
Magnificat (Marbeck) (adapted)
For the Anthem : Three Carols
(a) Christ was born on Christmas Day (b) A Babe lies in the Cradle (c) The Holly and the Ivy
Short Address by the DEAN
Final Carol, ' In dutei jubilo

: An Instrumental Concert

THE VICTOR OLOF SEXTET

: ' The Christmas at Dingley Dell '

IAN HAY reading from
' The Pickwick Papers,' by Charles Dickens

: A Popular British Programme

The WIRELESS ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOHN ANSELL

: DANCE MUSIC

: JAY WHIDDEN'S BAND,
from the Carlton Hotel








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