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: A Religious Service

From The Studio
Conducted by the Reverend J. Ernest James B.D., Minister of the Kensington Congregational Chapel, Allen Street, London
(Daventry National Programme)
(The References given below are to 'Services for Broadcasting'
Hymn, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
Hallowing Introduction (page 28)
Anthem, No. 17, Lord, for Thy Tender Mercies' Sake
Bible Reading
Hymn, Jesu, the very Thought of Thee
Prayer from Scripture (page 28)
Prayer of Intercession
Hymn, Come unto Me, ye Weary
Address by the Reverend J. Ernest James, B.D.
Hymn, O happy Band of Pilgrims
Evening Prayer and Benediction


Service conducted by/Speaker: The Reverend J. Ernest James

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of The Scheme for the Preservation of the Watersmeet Valley, North Devon, organized by the Lynton Preservation Association, the National Trust and the C.P.R.E., by Mr. S. H. Hamer, Secretary of the National Trust
Contributions will be gratefully received by Mr. S. H. Hamer, Secretary, [address removed]


Speaker: S. H. Hamer

: The Western Studio Orchestra

Leader, Louis Levitus


Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus

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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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