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: AN ITALIAN NATIONAL PROGRAMME

HEDDLE NASH (Tenor) ADILA FACHIRI (Violin)
THE WIRELESS SINGERS (Chorus Master,
STANFORD ROBINSON)
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY Orchestra Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLI

: WIRELESS SINGERS

Sixteenth Century Madrigals

: ADILA FACHIRI

will play Seventeoth Century Violin Music

: THE FOUNDATIONS of ENGLISH POETRY—III

Read by Mr. ROBERT Harris
Spenser and Lyrics from Elizabethan Song Books

: A CHILDREN'S SERVICE

FROM THE GLASGOW STUDIO
Conducted by the Rev. J. A. F. DEAN , of Erskine
U.F. Church, Falkirk
Assisted by the CHILDREN'S CHOIR
S.B. from Glasgow
Order of Service :
Psalm 23 (' Orlington ')
Reading, Acts xii, Vv. 5-17
Hymn, ' Father, our children keep ' (Old C.H.,
No. 402)

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

FROM THE STUDIO
Conducted by the Rev. E. D. JARVIS ,
Minister of the Presbyterian Church of England,
Muswell Hill.
Order of Service :
Hymn, ' Now the day is over' (C.H., 288) Prayer of Thanksgiving
Reading, Matthew xiv, Verses 44-58
Hymn, ' Love Divine, all loves excelling ' (C.H.,
479)
Prayer of Intercession Chant, Psalm No. 84
Address by the Rev. E. D. JARVIS
Hymn, ' Sun of my Soul' (C.H., 292) Benediction

: The WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE:

Appeal on behalf of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, by Viscount ULLSWATER
FOUNDED in 1884 as a London organization, the N.S.P.C.C. soon became so useful that its work had to be extended to the whole country, and it received its present title in 1889. Since its formation, over 3,600,000 children have benefited by its activities, and every year now its 250 men and women inspectors protect some 100,000 children from cruelty or neglect.
Lord Ullswater, who will make the appeal, is
Chairman of the Society. He is well remembered as Speaker of the House of Commons-an office that he occupied when the Children Act was passed. Contributions should be sent to him at[address removed]

: ALBERT SANDLER

and the PARK LANE HOTEL ORCHESTRA,
From the PARK LANE HOTEL
MAVIS BENNETT (Soprano)








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