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: Religious Service

relayed from Windsor Place Presbyterian Church.
Preacher: The Rev. J.T.P. Sclater, M.A., D.D.
(to 19.15)

Contributors

Preacher: The Rev. J.T.P. Sclater

: Community Singing

in connection with the 12th Council of the Presbyterian Churches.

: Arthurian Legends: I: The Wooing of Guinevere

Written for Broadcasting by Alice H. Backton.
The 5WA Radio Players
The Station Symphony Orchestra

Scene 1. Woman's Bower in Camelot.
Scene 2. Council Chamber at Camelot.
Scene 3. Outside Castle Gates, Camelot.
Scene 4. The Queen's Apartments, Camelot.
Scene 5. Arthur receives Guinevere in the Forest.
Scene 6. On the shore of the Isle of Avalon. Sailors await the arrival of the King and Queen new-wedded

Contributors

Writer: Alice H. Backton
Musicians: The Station Symphony Orchestra
Music specially written and conducted by: Warwick Braithwaite.
[Actors]: The 5WA Radio Players

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Local News

: Arthurian Legends: I: The Wooing of Guinevere

Scene 7. Arthur takes Guinevere to the Mountain Height of Avalon.
Scene 8. Arthur brings Guinevere into the Royal Palace at Wedmore.








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