With a Running Commentary by E. R. APPLETON Relayed from Alexandra Gardens , Cathays Park,
Order of Service
11.0 Selections of Music played by the BANDS of the NAVY, ARMY and AIR FORCE
Hymns will be sung by the people present
12.0 Arrival of H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES
His ROYAL HIGHNESS will inspect the GUARD OF
The Members of the Committee, the Architect, the Sculptor, the Contractor and the Writer of the Welsh War Memorial Book, will be presented to His ROYAL HIGHNESS
The LORD Bishop OF SWANSEA will open the Service with Prayer
Hymn, 'Jesu, Lover of My Soul' (Tune, ' Aberystwyth ')
Lesson read by the Rev. OWEN PRYS,
D.D. G. F. FORSDlKE , J.P., Chairman of the Committee, will request His ROYAL HIGHNESS to unveil the Memorial
His ROYAL HIGHNESS will unveil the Memorial Dedication by the ARCHBISHOP of WALES Prayer by the LORD Bishop or LLANDAFF
Sir CECIL HARCOURT-SMITH, C.V.O., LL.D., will ask the Lord Mayor of Cardiff to accept the Custody of the Memorial
The LORD MAYOR will reply
The Rt. Hon. D. LLOYD GEORGE , O.M., M.P., will ask the President of the National Museum of Wales to receive the Book and deposit it in the National Museum where it may be seen by all
The PRESIDENT of the NATIONAL Museum OF
WALES will accept the custody of the Memorial Book
Hymn, ' '0 Valiant Hearts '
The Rev. H. ELVET LEWIS will pronounce the Benediction
HEN WLAD Fy NHADAU
GOD SAVE THE KING
D.D. G. F.
Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd
Rev. H. Elvet
Relayed from the National Museum of Wales
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
Overture to ' Masaniello ' .... Auber
: Caroline ’—more ‘ darkie ' songs and stories.
Relayed from the New Palace Theatre, Bristol
Three Vignettes in music and verse, grave and gay, of life with the Colours from 1815 to 1915.
Seen through the eyes of a Chelsea Pensioner.
Arranged by C. H. BREWER
II. South Africa
III. Flanders-and England
The Cast will include :
THE SUPER SIX
THE STATION ORCHESTRA
In Episode III will be enacted the Comedy :
' A GOLD STRIPE ' by MATTHEW BOULTON
Emma Sprooles is tidying up her home, a tenement flat in Tooley Street, S.E., because her husband, Ted, locally described as a ' nero,' gets his discharge from hospital that day. Mrs. Hopkins, a neighbour who ' can't 'elp being plump,' comes in bursting with curiosity to find out all she can, and Bill Gosling , a former comrade of Ted's, arrives unexpectedly, for he is home on leave.