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: THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Herman Finek.
ROY HENDERSON.
(Baritone).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Part 1.

Contributors

Conducted By: Herman Finek.
Baritone: Roy Henderson.

: . Part 2. Works by Herman Finck.

THE ORCHESTRA.
" March of the Giants."
Entr'acte, " Idle Dreams."
Dance Suite, " Vive la Danse." Ballet, " Dragon Fly."
Mandarin Dance, " Chang." Pot Pourri, " Finckiana."

: Shakespeare's Heroines

(No. 4).
Portia, Cathleen Nesbitt.
Act III, Scene 2: Belmont. A Room in Portia's House.
Act IV, Scene 1: Venice. The Court of Justice.
Act V, Scene 1: Belmont. The Avenue to Portia's House.

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Portia: Cathleen Nesbitt
Bassanio: Laurence Anderson
Nerissa;: Gwendolen Evans
Duke: Ivor Barnard
Shylock: Raymond Trafford
Antonio: Henry Oscar
Gratiano: Michael Hogan

: Service

from
CARLISLE CATHEDRAL.
Address by The Right Rev.
The Bishop of CARLISLE.
S.B. from Newcastle.

: BOW BELLS.

Rung by the ANCIENT SOCIETY OF COLLEGE YOUTHS. Re. layed from St. Mary -le Bow.

: Wesley Memorial Service.

Subject:
" John and Charles Wesley and Their Message."
Introductory Statement by the Rev. Dr. GEORGE EAYRS (Secretary, International Methodist Historical Union), who will conduct the service.
Hymn of Thanksgiving, " For All the Saints " (Methodist Hymn Book. No. 807, Verses 1, 2, 3, and 8) (Tune, " St. Phillip ").
The Lord's Prayer.
Charles Wesley 's Anniversary
Hymn, " 0 For a Thousand Tongues to Sing " (Methodist Hvmn Book, No. 1, Verses 1, 2, 3, 7) (Tune, " Winchester Old ")
John Wesley 's Psalm, No. CXXX.
Read by Mr. E. ESDAILE.
Anthem, '' God is a Spirit"
(Bennett). Sung (Unaccompanied) by the CHOIR OF HERNE HILL WESLEYAN
METHODIST CHURCH. London (Conductor. Mr. A. BROOK JOHNSON, L.R.A.M.).
Address by the Rev. Dr. J.
ALFRED SHARP (Chairman, International Methodist Historical Union). Subject, " The Wesley Message. "
Hymn. " Jesu. Lover of My
Soul " (Methodist Hymn Book, No. 106) (Tune, " Holingside ")
Prayers used by the Wesleys. The Benediction.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wesley
Unknown: Charles Wesley
Unknown: John Wesley
Unknown: Wesley Message.

: The Week's Good Cause

The John Groom Crippleage and Flower Girls' Mission. Appeal by Mr. ALFRED G. GROOM.

Contributors

Unknown: John Groom Crippleage
Unknown: Mr. Alfred G. Groom.

: Albert Sandier

and THE GRAND HOTEL.
EASTBOURNE. ORCHESTRA.
Relayed from the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne.








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