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: A Religious Service

From St. Mary's Redcliffe, Bristol.
This is the first broadcast from Bristol's most famous church, and forms an interesting opening to the Bristol Radio Week arranged by the Cardiff Station. The service will be attended by 500 boys from Clifton College.
Hymn, 'We love the place, O God' (A. and M.-242)
Psalm exxii
Lesson
Magnificat (Tee Williams in C)
Anthem, 'Blessed Angel Spirits' .. Tchaikovsky
Hymn , 'The God of Abraham Praise' (A. and M., 601) .
Address by the Vicar, Rev. Canon J. N. Bateman-Champain
Hymn, ' Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones' Blessing

Contributors

Addresser: Rev. Canon J. N. Bateman-Champain

: A Religious Service

From the Studio
The Cardiff Station Repertory Choir
Hymn, 'Lord, Thy Word abideth' (A. and M. 243)
A Reading from the Scriptures
Hymn, 'Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead us' (A. and M. 281)
Address by Mr. F. A. Wilshire, of Bristol
Hymn, 'At even ere the sun was set' (A. and M. 20)

Contributors

Singers: The Cardiff Station Repertory Choir
Addresser: F.A. Wilshire

: The Week's Good Cause

Appeal on behalf of the Bristol Ambulance Brigades, by Mr. F. A. Wilshire.

Contributors

Speaker: F.A. Wilshire

: S.B. from London

(9.0 Local Announcements)

: A W. H. Reed Programme

Conducted by The Composer

The Augmented Station Orchestra
Suite Venetienne (Venetian Suite)
Ask any practising musician who 'Willie Reed' is, and he will answer: 'The leader of the London Symphony Orchestra; a first-class violinist; the man who gets up at a moment's notice to conduct anything in the world when a 'star' conductor is ill or has lost his train; the composer of Æsop's Fables, The Lincoln Imp, a Violin Concerto, and other works full of bright ideas and sound musicianship; the director of high musical enterprises round about Croydon'-and so on. He was born in Somersetshire and educated in Cardiff. He can therefore be claimed by both sides of the channel covered by the Cardiff Station.
His Venetian Suite contains four pieces: (1) Approaching Venice; (2) Serenade; (3) Gondola Song; (4) Carnival.

William Primrose (Violin) and Orchestra
Concert in A Minor

Millicent Russell (Contralto)
Mirago; Should one of us remember Words by J Christina Rossetti

Orchestra
Italian Serenade
Caprice, 'Will o' the Wisp'

A Reading from the poems of Chatterton

William Primrose
Rosenlied (Song of Roses) Toccata

Millicent Russell
Mary Beaton's Song (from 'Darnley', a Historie by Lord Shaw)

Orchestra
Suite, 'Æsop's Fables'

Contributors

Conductor: A.W.H. Reed
Musicians: The Augmented Station Orchestra
Violinist: William Primrose
Contralto: Millicent Russell








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