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: Christmas Day Parade Service

From the Royal Hospital Chapel, Chelsea. Attended by the staff of the Royal Hospital and Chelsea Pensioners. Conducted by the Reverend G. V. Riley, M.A., C.F.
O come, all ye faithful (A. and M. 59) Prayers
Versicles and Responses Psalm 150
Lesson: St. Luke 2. vv. 1-20 (Read by the Governor, General Sir Bernard C. T. PAGET G.C.B., D.S.O., M.C.) ,
Jubilate
Creed
Collects (Read by A. E. Marriott, R.N.
(Retd.), London City Missionary)
Sweet was the song the Virgin sang
(William Ballet's Lute Book)
In dulci jubilo (arr. by R. L. Pearsall) Prayers
Lullay, my lyken (Terry)
Ding, dong! Merrily on high (16th century melody, arr. Charles Wood )
I saw three ships (North-country carol, arr. Arthur Warrell)
Hark! the herald angels sing (A. and M. 60)
National Anthem (first verse)
Blessing
Before the service begins at 11 a.m. there is a Church Parade of the Chelsea Pensioners in the quadrangle outside the Chapel

Contributors

Conductor: Reverend G. V. Riley, M.A., C.F.
Reader: Sir Bernard C. T. Paget G.C.B., D.S.O., M.C.)
Read By: A. E. Marriott, R.N.
Arranger (In Dulci Jubilo): R. L. Pearsall
Arranger (Ding, dong! Merrily on High): Charles Wood
Arranger (I saw three Ships): Arthur Warrell
Organist and Director of Choristers: Miss Helen T. Young, A.R.C.M., A.R.C.O.

: For the Children: Little Lord Fauntleroy

Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney in..
A film of the story by Frances Eliza Burnett, with C. Aubrey Smith, Guy Kibbee, Dolores Costello Barrymore, and Henry Stephenson.

Contributors

Author: Frances Eliza Burnett
Cedric "Ceddie" Errol, Lord Fauntleroy: Freddie Bartholomew
Dick Tipton: Mickey Rooney
Earl of Dorincourt: C. Aubrey Smith
Mister Silas Hobbs: Guy Kibbee
"Dearest" Errol: Dolores Costello Barrymore
Mister Havisham: Henry Stephenson

: Toad of Toad Hall

A play from Kenneth Grahame's 'The Wind in the Willows' by A. A. Milne.

Contributors

Author: Kenneth Grahame
Adaptation: A. A. Milne
Music: H. Fraser-Simson
Orchestra Conducted By: Eric Robinson
Repetiteur: Allan Bixter
Dances arranged By: Viola Merrett
Settings and Illustrations By: Barry Learoyd
Adapted for television and produced By: Michael Barry
Marigold: Heather Lee
Mother: Madoline Thomas
Mole: Jack Newmark
Water Rat: Andrew Osborn
Mr Badger: Kenneth More
Toad: James Hayter
Alfred, the horse: Victor Woolf
Alfred, the horse: David Askey
First Field Mouse: Catherine Summerton
Second Field Mouse: Musetta Fonnereau
Policeman: Michael Nightingale
Gaoler: Marne Maitland
Usher: Humphrey Lestocq
Judge: Harry Secombe
Duck: Barbara Birkinshaw
Welsh Rabbit: Sam Kydd
Chief Weasel: Humphrey Lestocq
Storyteller: Jill Balcon
Weasels, Ferrets, and Stoats: Sam Kydd
Weasels, Ferrets, and Stoats: Marne Maitland
Weasels, Ferrets, and Stoats: Patrick Troughton
Turkey, Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Joyce Owen Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats : Barbara Birkinshaw.
Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Nina Camlett
Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Desrie Higgs
Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Norma Hughes
Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Paddy Russell
Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Audrey Swift
Field Mice, Rabbits, Squirrels, Weasels and Stoats: Pamela Welsh

: Miranda

A comedy by Peter Blackmore
[Starring] Anne Crawford and David Tomlinson
with Peggy Simpson and Emrys Jones
The tail is set in the London flat of Sir Paul Marten.

Contributors

Author: Peter Blackmore
Producer: John Glyn-Jones
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Betty: Rita Birkett
Isobel Lambert: Ruth Lodge
Lady Marten: Anne Crawford
Sir Paul Marten: David Tomlinson
Charles: Peter Williams
Miranda: Peggy Simpson
Nurse Cary: Daphne Heard
Nigel: Emrys Jones








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