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: THE MIDLAND PIANOFORTE SEXTET

(From Birmingham)
Loader, FRANK CANTELL
3.55 SEXTET
Selection of Squiro's Popular Songs
IVAN FIRTH and PHYLLIS SCOTT
Old Favourites

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Cantell
Unknown: Phyllis Scott

: Family of Toc H

Birthday Festival Thanksgiving Service
Relayed from Westminster Abbey
Order of Service:
Hymn, 'Hail, Joyful Light'
The Rev. P. B. Clayton, Foundation Padre of Toc H, will speak for the Foundation (i.e. War-time) Members, followed by a declaration by the Post-War members.
The Precentor: Prayers for the Family
Hymn, 'Let the most Blessed be our guide'
The Precentor: Canticle of Praise and Thanksgiving
Hymn, 'O Valiant Hearts'
During the singing of this hymn Field-Marshal Lord Plumer will present Crosses from the graves of Unknown Soldiers to be placed in the Chapels of various groups.
The Burgomaster of Ypres will bear the Toc H Lamp of Maintenance which will be dedicated by the Very Reverend the Dean of Westminster to the Glory of God and in memory of the men of Belgium who fell fighting with the Allies in the Great War and to those of the British Forces who died in defence of the City of Ypres.
The Lesson-St. Matthew, Chapter vii, verses 24-29
A Litany of Purpose
Hymn, 'For all the Saints'
Hymn, 'Ye Watchers and ye Holy Ones'
During the singing of this hymn the Abbey Choir, Clergy and the Padres of Toc H will proceed to the grave of the Unknown Warrior followed by the Banners of the Toc H Branches and Groups.
Prayer for the Elder Brethren
The Procession will continue to the singing of three verses to the tune 'The Old Hundredth,' and the Service will close with the prayer of Toc H, and the Benediction

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. P. B. Clayton

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

(From Birmingliam)
'Snooky discovers a Castle,' by PHYLLIS RICHARDSON
JACK PAYNE , the Coventry Newsboy Whistler
IVAN FIRTH and PHYLLIS SCOTT will Entertain

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Richardson
Unknown: Jack Payne
Unknown: Phyllis Scott

: Light Music

(From Birmingham)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Joseph Lewis

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA

Under the direction of NORRIS STANLEY
Relayed from the Cafe Restaurant, Corporation
Street, Birmingham
EVELYN ASTLE (Soprano)

: Chamber Music

A Czechoslovakian Programme
CECILY HALFORD (Mezzo-Soprano)
THE ZIKA STRING Quartet:
Richard ZIKA (Violin); HERBERT BERGER (Violin) ; LADISLAV CERNY (Viola) : LADISLAV
ZIKA (Violoncello) 10.0 WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Cecily Halford
Violin: Herbert Berger
Violin: Ladislav Cerny

: THE CONSTANT LOVER'

(From Birmingham)
A Comedy of Youth by ST. JOHN HANKIN
Cecil Harburton is sitting in a glade in a wood, with his back to a tree, reading a book.
Followed by CINDERELLA MARRIED
A hitherto untold story by RACHEL LYMAN FIELD
Cinderella's sunlit morning room. The
Ladies Arabella and Caroline, both haughty beauties, are seated before the fire, their heads bent close over an elaborate piece of embroidery, gossiping.
Incidental Music by the EDGAR WHEATLEY
PIANOFORTE TRIO

Contributors

Unknown: Cecil Harburton
Story By: Rachel Lyman
Pianoforte: Edgar Wheatley
Evelyn Rivers: Molly Hall
Cecil Harburton: Herbert Lugg
Lady Caroline: Janet Eccles
Lady Arabella: Maud Gill
Cinderella: Grace Walton
Nannie: Gladys Joiner
Prince Charming: Courtney Bromet
Robin: Herbert Lugg








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