Relayed from the Cathedral, Bristol
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A Flat Harwood Anthem , 'The Lord is my Shepherd .Stanford ' The History of Bristol Cathedral '-A Short
Historical Sketch written by the Dean and delivered by CANON FREEMAN, Canon-in-Residence
Organ Voluntary, ' Finale in B Flat' .....Franck
From the Studio
The Station Repertory Choir
Hymn, A. and M., No. 281, 'Lead us, Heavenly Father Lead Us'...Mannheim
A Short Reading from the Scriptures
Hymn, A. and M., No. 270, 'Soldiers of Christ, arise'
Religious Address by the Rev. Lyonel G. Evans
Hymn, A. and M., No. 19, 'The radiant morn hath pass'd awe'
The Station Repertory
The Rev. Lyonel G.
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