Directed by Guy Daines
Catherine Mentiplay (Contralto)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates: Overture, May Night. Dance of the Tumblers (Snow Maiden). The Lamoureux Orchestra of Paris, conducted by Albert Wolff: Capriccio Espagnol, Op. 34-1. Alborada; 2. Variazioni; 3. Alborada; 4. gcena e canto gitano; 6. Fandango Asturiano. The HallÃ© Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Flight of the Bumle Bee. The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates: Introduction, Bridal Cortege (Le Coq d'Or)
Miss MARGERY FRY , LL.D. (Principal of Somerville Collego, Oxford, 1926-1931): ' Sir Samuel Romilly , 1757-1818'
Conducted by Flight Lieutenant R. P. O'DONNELL ,
Lieutenant R. P.
' Joan and Betty's Bible Story by Mr. E. R. APPLETON , West Regional Director
' The Building of the Walls '
(West Regional Programme)
Mr. E. R.
(Leader, Montague Brearley )
Conductor, STANFORD ROBINSON
SUZANNE BERTIN (Soprano)
by VLADIMIR ROSING (Tenor)
The Beginnings of Israel VI. Joseph and Pharaoh
(Genesis xxxix, 20-23, xli, 1-57)
From the Studio
Conducted by the Reverend J. SCOTT LIDGETT ,
Order of Service I
Hymn, Crown Him with many crowns (Ancient and Modern, No. 304; Church Hymnary, No. 136)
Lesson, Ephesians II] Prayers
Hymn, Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
(Ancient and Modem, No. 220; Church Hymnary, No. 388)
Address by the Reverend J. ScoTT-LiDGETT ,
C.H., D.D. 4
Hymn, Love Divine, all loves excelling (Ancient and Modem, No. 520; Church Hymnary, No. 479)
Reverend J. Scott
Appeal on behalf of The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution by Mr. Cedric Hardwicke
Contributions will be gratefully received and acknowledged by Mr. Cedric Hardwicke, [address removed]
'The Institution has been the means of bringing relief and happiness to thousands of farmers and their dependents when old age, ill health, and poverty have combined to deprive them of the means of subsistence.' Thus H.R.H. the Prince of Wales wrote recently in reference to the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, of which he is a patron, and which spends some Â£28,000 annually on small pensions for:aged farmers, so many of whom, often crippled with rheumatism and other ailments resulting from their work, are left in these difficult times without the help which in former days could have been given by children or friends. This entails a special strain upon the resources of 'the farmers' own charity,' and a larger income is urgently needed to keep pace with the rapidly growing demand upon its services.
WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN;
and THE PARK LANE HOTEL ORCHESTRA
JOAN LEGGETT (Soprano)
Relayed from the Park Lane Hotel
At the Pianoforte, J. A. BYFIELD
THE PHARISEE AND THE PUBLICAN