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: The Service of Ordination

Conducted by the Rt. Rev. R.C. Mortimer, D.D., Lord Bishop of Exeter, in his Cathedral Church of St. Peter.
Introit: (Psalm 24)
The beginning of the Communion Service
Sermon by Dom Augustine Morris, O.S.B. Abbot of Nashdom
The Presentation of those to be ordered Deacons and Priests
The Litany Kyrie Eleison; Collect
The Epistle: Ephesians 4, vv.7-13
The Gradual. Psalm 132. vv.17 and 18; Psalm 110, v.4
The Examination and Ordination of the Deacons
The Gospel: St. Luke 12, vv.35-38
The Examination and Ordination of the Priests
The Nicene Creed
The Offertory: St. John 15. v.16; Psalm 134
Wc pray thee, heavenly Father (EH. 334)
Preparation for Communion
The Consecration of the Bread and Wine
Agnus Dei
The Communion of the newly-ordained and of the people
Thanksgiving after Communion
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation (E.H. 536)
The commentary is given by Frank Gillard
Music to be sung during the Communion:
Anthem: O quam gloriosum
Psalm 20
(All transmitters except Kirk O'Shotts, Redmoss and Glencairn)
(to 12.00)

Contributors

Service conducted by: The Rt. Rev. R.C. Mortimer
Sermon: Dom Augustine Morris
Organist and Master of the Choristers: Reginald Moore
Commentator: Frank Gillard

: Morning Service

from St. John's Kirk, Perth.
(Kirk O'Shotts, Redmoss and Glencairn only)
(to 12.00)

: Children's Television

Ask Your Dad
A family general knowledge game.
Chairman, Humphrey Lestocq

Children's Newsreel

The Man from the Moors
Written and produced by Shaun Sutton.
(James Doran is appearing in 'The Desperate Hours' at the London Hippodrome)

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Chairman (Ask Your Dad): Humphrey Lestocq
Writer/Producer (The Man from the Moors): Shaun Sutton
Designer (The Man from the Moors): John Clements
Mr. Dickens: Barry Letts
Polly: Dorothy Gordon
Tom: Jonathan Swift
Slubbs: Dawson France
Mrs. Grimshaw: Gladys Spencer
Mr. Grimshaw: Raymond Rollett
Mr. Milling: Leonard Sachs
Charley: James Doran
Sam: Barrie Martin
Ned: Kenneth Woodage

: Guess My Story

With Elizabeth Allan, Eunice Gayson, Michael Pertwee, Rikki Fulton as the newshawks.
Peter West in the chair.
Special investigators, Pauline Forrester and Larry Forrester
('Guess My Story' is from an idea by William Taylor)

Contributors

Newshawk: Elizabeth Allan
Newshawk: Eunice Gayson
Newshawk: Michael Pertwee
Newshawk: Rikki Fulton
Chairman: Peter West
Original drawings: David Langdon
Special investigator: Pauline Forrester
Special investigator: Larry Forrester
From an idea by: William Taylor
Presented by: T. Leslie Jackson

: Orson Welles's Sketch Book

The fourth in a series of talks by Orson Welles, illustrated by his own sketches.

Contributors

Presenter: Orson Welles
Producer: Huw Wheldon
Editor: William Morton
Camera: Edward Lloyd

: The Legend of Pepito

A folk tale by Ted Allan.
Based on a short story by B. Traven.
[Starring] Sam Wanamaker

The action of the play takes place in a village in Mexico.
(Wolfe Morris is appearing in "The Teahouse of the August Moon" at Her Majesty's Theatre, London)

Contributors

Writer: Ted Allan
Based on a short story by: B. Traven
Producer: Alvin Rakoff
Designer: John Cooper
Emilio: Wolfe Morris
Umberto Martinez: Harold Kasket
Diego Vidal: John Sharplin
Father Francisco: Roger Delgado
Pepe: Sam Wanamaker
Senor Gonzales: Alexander Gauge
Mr. Winthrop: Harry Towb
Jeannie: Jacqueline Hill
Jose: Neville Crabbe
Dolores: Margot van Der Burgh
Angelica: Olivia Irving
Doctor: Ralph Nossek
Guitarist: William Thomson

: Do You Mind Waiting?

Gerald Moore, the celebrated accompanist, has something to tell about the problems of a concert artist's life.

Contributors

Presenter: Gerald Moore
Presented by: Philip Bate

: The Epilogue

The Rev. Tom Allan talks about the word of God.
From St. John's Kirk, Perth.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. Tom Allan

: News

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