THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND, conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL
HILDA SEARLE (Soprano) ROBERT EASTON (Baritone)
BAND Overture, 'Land of the Mountain and the Flood' - MacCunn
3.38 HILDA SEARLE Rose, softly blooming - Spohr-Lehmann
I am Titania ('Mignon') - Ambroise Thomas
3.46 BAND Suite No. 2 in F March, Song without Words, 'I'll love my Love' Song of the Blacksmith; Fantasia on the Dargason - Holst
4.0 ROBERT EASTON Myself when young (from 'The Persian Garden)' - Lehmann
riff. Poff Song (from 'The Huguenots') - Meyerbeer
4.8 HILDA SEARLE By Night and Day ('Tom Jones') - German
L'Ete (In English) - Chaminade
4.16 BAND Selection from 'Samson and Delilah' - Saint-Saiens
4.34 ROBERT EASTON Time to go (Ashanti Ballad) - Sanderson
Tally Ho! - Leoni
4.42 BAND Prelude to 'Nadeshda' - Goring Thomas
Mazurka - Elgar
Valse Caprice - Rubinstein
Four Dances from 'Merrie England' - German
THERE seems to be little connection between the strenuous delights of winter sports in winter sunlight, when the keen dry air S3ts the blood tingling in one's veins, and ' the morbid science ' ; but, as Manchester listeners know,
Professor Pear is particularly expert at relating psychology to the less morbid facts of life. He is himself a keen skater, and as for his reputation as a psychologist, there is no need to enlarge upon that. I
AT the end of the year out thoughts-if we are at all apt to be sentimental — turn even more to the experiences of the Old
. Year than to anticipations of the New. So, even while Savoy Hill hums with plans for making 1928 a record year for broadcasting, it is not out of place to recall the past triumphs of 1927. The English-man's memory is notoriously short, and oven such outstanding events as, say, the Boat Race broadcast may not be very vivid in it by now. But tonight's programme will bring back in all their freshness the keenest emotions that the faithful listener experienced during the year.
Solemn service of Thanksgiving for the 1,300th Anniversary of York Minster
Relayed from York Minster
S.B. from Leeds
Order of Service:
Hymn. ' All people that on earth do dwell'
Te Deum (Stanford in B Flat)
Hymn, ' Christ is made the Sure
Foundation (4 vs.)
THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK will then lay the the Stone of Remembrance, knocking thereon 13 times
Midnight peal sounded by ' Big
Peter,' followed by a fanfare of trumpets
THE ARCHBISHOP will bless the people
Hymn, '0 God, our help in ages past'
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