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: Sweet Music Softly Beating: The J. H. Squire Celeste Octet

Contributors

Musicians: The J. H. Squire Celeste Octet

: Sweet Music Softly Beating: Wynne Ajello

Contributors

Soprano: Wynne Ajello

: Sweet Music Softly Beating: The Octet

(Soloist, Gersham Parkington)
(Soloist, Bernard Reillie)

Contributors

Cellist: Gersham Parkington
Violinist: Bernard Reillie

: Sweet Music Softly Beating: Wynne Ajello

(With Octet Accompaniment.)

Contributors

Soprano: Wynne Ajello

: Sweet Music Softly Beating: The Octet

(Soloist, Leonard Rubens)
(Soloist, Frank Reade)

Contributors

Viola: Leonard Rubens
Pianist: Frank Reade

: The Voice Out of the Whirlwind

The Dramatic Climax of the Book of Job.
Mind Picture: The storm has increased in violence and the whole scene is wrapped in darkness broken only by flashes of lightning. Eventually the whirlwind gives place to a Voice answering Job and his accusers. Job replies, and the Voice continues until Job has found comfort and the Elements their peace.

: Religious Service

Relayed from Ebenezer Welsh Congregational Church.

Contributors

Preacher: The Rev. Dr. H. M. Hughes

: Bow Bells

S.B. from London.

: St. Martin's Church Choir

A Short Reading from the Scriptures.

Religious Address by the Rev. Dr. Hopkin James, M.A., LL.D.

Hymn, "Father of All" (A. and M., No. 275).

Contributors

Singers: St. Martin's Church Choir
Speaker: The Rev. Dr. Hopkin James

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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