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: CHURCH CANTATA (No. 169), BACH

GOTT SOLL ALLEIN MEIN HERZE HABEN
' (God hath my Heart)
Relayed from ST. MARGARET'S, WESTMINSTER
Singers :
ENID CRUICKSHANK (Contralto)
THE WIRELESS CHORUS
Players :
HERBERT DAWSON (Organ)
THE B.B.C. BACH ORCHESTRA
(1 Oboe, 1 Oboe d'amore, 1 Cor Anglais, Strings)
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Dawson
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson

: CHILDREN'S HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE

Relayed from ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, SMITH
SQUARE
Order of Service :
Hymn: Now thank we all our God (English
Hymnal, 533) ( Ancient and Modern, 379)
Prayers
I'salm 67
Leeson, Acts 17, 22-28 The Creed
Hymn : Praise, my Soul, the King of Heaven
(English Hymnal, 470) (Ancient and Modern, 298)
Address by the Rev. Canon C. S. WOODWARD
Hymn, We plough the Fields and scatter (English
Hymnal, 293) (Ancient and Modern, 383)
The Blessing

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Canon C. S. Woodward

: The Wireless Military Band

Conductor, B. WALTON O'DONNELL

Contributors

Conductor: B. Walton O'Donnell

: A Violin Recital

by PEGGY COCHRANE

Contributors

Unknown: Peggy Cochrane

: Bible Reading

Stories from the Old Testament—II ' Adam and Eve '-Gonosis II, 4 and III

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From CHORLTON ROAD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
MANCHESTER
Hymn, All People that on Earth do dwell
(Congregational Hymnary, No. 1)
Collect and Lord's Prayer
Lesson, I Corinthians III, Verses 11-23 Magnificat Prayer
Hymn, The Lord's my Shepherd (Congregational Hymnary, No. 62-Tune, Martyrdom) Address by the Rev. W. CHARTER PIGGOTT, Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales Hymn, 0 Light of Life, 0 Saviour dear (Congregational Hymnary, No. 611-Tune, Jesu Redemptor) Benediction

: The Week's Good Cause

Appeal on behalf of the ROYAL DEVON and EXETER HOSPITAL and associated Hospitals within a radius of 30 miles by the Right Worshipful the MAYOR of EXETER,
Alderman CHARLES WARREN.
Contributions will be gratefully received, addressed to [address removed]
THIS joint appeal does not cover all the hospitals in Devonshire: Plymouth, for example, having had its own separate appeal, is not included. The appeal is concentrated on the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital and the surrounding districts which it serves. It will include Cottage Hospitals and similar hospitals within a radius of thirty miles. It is hoped that this Cause will appeal to Devonians throughout the world.

Contributors

Unknown: Alderman Charles Warren.

: ' The News '

WEATHER FORECAST. GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN;
Shipping Forecast

: Albert Sandier

and THE PARK LANE HOTEL ORCHESTRA
From THE PARK LANE HOTEL
OLIVE GROVES (Soprano) fpHE youthful Albert Sandler ' (he was born in 1906) has long been one of the most popular artists on the lighter side of broadcast music. He began his musical career at the age of twelve, playing in a cinema orchestra every evening after leaving school. He won a scholarship at the Guildhall School of Music and, after two years' study, became leader of various of the orchestras employed by Messrs. Lyons. He continued to study with the late Hans Wessely , and later with Kalman Ronay , nephew of Professor Auer. First came into prominence as a broadcaster when he took over control of the orchestra at the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, from which he was the first violinist to broadcast. In 1928 he left Eastbourne for the Park Lane Hotel, and his place was taken by the popular Tom Jones. He is at present engaged on a tour of the provinces with his Trio, but regularly returns on at least one Sunday each month to broadcast from the Park Lane.

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Sandler
Unknown: Hans Wessely
Unknown: Kalman Ronay
Unknown: Tom Jones.

: Epilogue

' THE VOICE OF PRAYER '
PUBLICAN AND SINNER








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