Relayed from Disgwylfa Calvinistic
Methodist Church, Holyhead
Order of Service
Introit No. 4. Bydded ymadroddion fy ngenau
Hymn 730, Tydi sy deilwng oil o'm can (Tune, Engedi)
Scripture Reading, Psalm cxxx
Children's Hymn 765, Calon Lan
Reading by Congregation, Psalm xlvii
(No. 19 in Hymn Book)
Hymn 60, Pam 'r ofna f'enaid gwan
Prayer and chanting the Lord's Prayer Hymn 103, Mi dafla' 'maich oddi ar fy ngwar (Tune, Cwmnedd)
Sermon by the Rev. H. D. HUGHES Hymn 437, Wel, f'enaid, dos ymlaen
Benediction and closing Hymn 746,
0! lesu'r Meddyg da (Tune, Wirksworth)
Precentor, R. H. HUGHES
Organist, W. EMLYN THOMAS Hymns from the Methodist and Wesleyan Hymn Book
Rev. H. D.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss : Overture, Cosi Fan Tutte (The School for Lovers)
Erna Berger (soprano), Adele Kem
(soprano), Max Hirzel (tenor), Carl Joken (tenor), Edouard Kandl (bass) with Orchestra of the Berlin State Opera House, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech: Nie werd' ich deine Huld verkennen (Ne'er will I misjudge thy kindness) (The Seraglio)
Ria Ginster (soprano) with Orchestra conducted by Oskar Holger : Ach, ich fuhl's (Ah, I knew it) (The Magic Flute)
Erna Berger and Adele Kern
(soprano), Elsa Ruziczka (contralto), Max Hirzel (tenor), Neumann (baritone) : The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech: Hm, Hm, Hm! Der Arme kann von Strafe sagen (Poor churl, thy fate doth grieve me) (The Magic Flute)
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech: March of the Priests (The Magic Flute)
The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech : Chaconne and Gavotte (Idomeneo)
Emmy Bettendorf (soprano) and Gerhard Husch (baritone) : Reich mir die Hand, mein Leben (Give me your hand, my dearest) (Don Giovanni )
Louise Helletsgruber (soprano) with Orchestra : Ich weiss nicht wo ich bin (I know not where I am) (Figaro)
Alexander Kipnis (bass) with Orchestra : Wer ein Liebchen hat gefunden (He who has found a dear one) (The Seraglio)
Mariano Stabile (baritone) with Orchestra : Fin c'han del vino (For a carousal), and Serenata (Don Giovanni )
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss : Overture, Figaro
THE CHOIR OF THE CATHEDRAL
Organist, J. FLEMING LAMB with THE SCOTTISH
WIRELESS SINGERS and THE NEW LIGHT ORCHESTRA
Conducted by IAN WHYTE
Relayed from Dunblane Cathedral
Relayed from The Church of St. Mary,
Order of Service
Hymn, Father, hear the prayer we offer
Lesson, Isaiah xl, 25-31 The Creel
Hymn, Soldiers of Christ, arise (A. and M., 270; E.H., 479)
Address by the Right Reverend the LORD BISHOP OF BRISTOL
Hymn, He who would valiant be
A. F. POLLARD , Litt.D., F.B.A.
The Rev. D. 0. SOPER, Ph.D.
by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Adapted for broadcasting by BARBARA BURNHAM
by MIRIAM LICETTE (soprano) WINIFRED SMALL (violin)
Miriam Licette was one of the first artists heard by listeners; she made her first broadcast in 1922. She has had an extensive operatic career, making her début in Rome in Madam Butterfly, after studying with Madame Marchesi in Paris, and studying opera in Milan.
She made her London d6but under
Sir Thomas Beecham , who later engaged her for a season of opera in English at the Shakespeare Theatre, where she appeared as Juliet on the opening night.
Since then, she has been heard much in opera, both at Covent Garden and in the provinces, while listeners have heard her over the microphone frequently in the last twelve years.
Chanson Arabe (Arab Song) (Scheherazade) Rimsky-Korsakov, arr.
Kreisler Capitan Fracassa. .Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Order of Service
Hymn, Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us (A. and M., 281)
Confession and Thanksgivings
Deus Misereatur (Psalm 67)
Hymn, Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (A. and M., 220)
Address by the Rev. PAT MCCORMICK ,
Hymn, The day is past and over
(A. and M., 21)
Organist, ARNOLD GOLDSBOROUGH
An Appeal on behalf of THE NATIONAL CHILDREN'S HQME and ORPHANAGE by LORD WAKEFIELD OF HYTHE, C.B.E., LL.D.
Since its beginning by Dr. T. Bowman Stephenson in a small dwelling-house in 1869, this Home has developed into a nation-wide benefaction with thirty branches, constantly providing for nearly 4,000 girls and boys, every one of whom has been admitted without distinction of creed or class, solely on the basis of infant need.
There are in the thirty branches five model villages for normal children, nine hospitals, a sanatorium, a cripples' home, two centres for infants, a nautical training school, and several convalescent homes, each child being located in the climate and conditions best suited to its particular problems and needs.
Technical training schools prepare suitable girls and boys for various trades and useful careers. On leaving, every child is placed in the best situation that can be found for it and a thoroughgoing system of after-care is established. Since its establishment the Home has sheltered and provided for 23,288 children.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed].
General News Bulletin
Conductor, B. WALTON O'DONNELL
WILLIAM PLEETH (violoncello)