from the Parish Church of St. Julian the Hospitaller, Wellow, Somerset.
Conducted by the Vicar, the Rev. L. W. Fussell.
"Once in Royal David's city" (A. and M. 329)
General Confession and Absolution
The Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses
First Lesson: Isaiah 9, vv. 2-7
Te Deum Laudamus
Second Lesson: St. Luke 2, vv. 1-20
Jubilate Deo (Psalm 100)
"While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night" (A. and M. 62)
"Hark! the herald-angels sing" (A. and M. 60)
"O come, all ye faithful" (A. and M. 59)
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(to 12.00 app.)
The Rev. L. W.
A flying journey Eastwards round the world to capture the festive spirit in which preparations are made immediately before Christmas.
For this filmed programme a BBC camera team travelled more than 26,000 miles in five-and-a-half days and made twenty-two calls from Rome to Bangkok, from the beaches of Australia to the shores of Honolulu, from the snows of Canada to the streets of New York.
(A BBC Television Film)
A film of a Christmas party in an American Hospital.
Introducing through a magic mirror artists and scenes from 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'; 'Mickey Mouse and the Band Concert'; 'Uncle Remus'; 'Donald Duck the Plumber'; 'Bambi'.
Join in the fun and games with many favourite television personalities who have entertained you during the year.
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(Arthur Askey is appearing in 'The Love Match' at the Palace Theatre, London; Max Bygraves and Julie Andrews in 'Cinderella' at the London Palladium; Terry-Thomas in 'Dick Whittington' at the Granada, Sutton; Norman Wisdom in 'Sinbad on Ice' at the Empress Hall, London; Shirley Abicair in 'Cinderella' at the Empress Theatre, Brixton)
A comedy by Dodie Smith.
[Starring] Helen Haye, Malcolm Keen and Rachel Gurney
The action of the play takes place at the Randolphs' country house in North Essex during a weekend in late autumn.
(Rachel Gurney is appearing in 'Carrington V.C.' at the Westminster Theatre; Lance Secretan in 'Escapade' at the Strand Theatre, London)
William (Bill) Harvey:
Kathleen (Scrap) Kenton:
Gwen (Flouncy) Harvey:
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