with DON CARLOS (tenor)
Conductor, E. Godfrey Brown
Muriel Childe (contralto) Philip Whiteway (violin)
Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire
From the Five-part Mass
Kyrie Eleison ; Credo; Sanctus; Benedictus; Agnus Dei
This day Christ was bom Bow Thine Ear Sing joyfully
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Willhelm Furtwangler : Overture, Fingal's Cave (Mendelssohn)
Simon Barer (pianoforte) : Study in F minor (Liszt)
Ines Jouglet (soprano) and Orchestra :
Depuis le jour (Louise) (Charpentier)
Lionel Tertis (viola) : Songs my mother taught me (Dvorak)
Richard Tauber (tenor) and Orchestra : Farewell, Corsica (Egon Schubert)
Leon Goossens (oboe), accompanied by Clarence Raybould : Le Cygne (The Swan) (Saint-Saens)
Paul Robeson (bass): Deep River
Vronsky and Babin (pianofortes)
London Flute Quartet: Scherzo
(Jadassohn) ; Flight of the Bumble Bee (Rimsky-Korsakov)
The German Concert Orchestra :
Pizzicato Polka, and Perpetuum Mobile (Johann Strauss , arr. Margrev)
, at 4.30
by E. R. APPLETON , West Regional
' The Story of St. Paul and Agrippa'
6-' Principal Rainy '
The Rev. P. CARNEGIE Simpson , D.D.
Rev. P. Carnegie
R. ELLIS ROBERTS
A Play to Commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar,
October 21, 1805
From The Studio
"Conducted by the Rev. J. S. WHALE , president of Cheshunt College, Cam-bridge
Order of Service
Hymn, Give to our God immortal praise (Cong. H. 10)
Reading, Psalm viii; Job vii, 16-19
Hebrews ii, 6-9
Hymn, The God of Love my Shepherd is (E.H. 93)
Rev. J. S.
Section I-' What is Man ? '
' Human Nature' by the Rev. J. S. WHALE
For those listeners who were unable to hear the introductory talk by the Religious Director on October 7 one can best sum up this series by quoting a passage from the Archbishop of York's foreword in the new pamphlet ' The Way to God '.
' The series entitled " The Way to
God" starts with familiar facts of experience ; it proceeds to questions that almost everyone is concerned to ask ; it states the answer which the Christian Church exists to proclaim ; and it ends by showing the claim which that answer makes on us today and the manner of life that corresponds to that claim.'
Today the Rev. J. S. Whale , one of the greatest of living preachers, who is to lecture in the first section ' What is Man ? ', will talk on ' Human Nature ', and on November 4 he will lecture on ' Man's Need of God '. Questions arising out of these two lectures should be sent in as soon after each lecture as possible, addressed to the Religious Director, Broadcasting House, and on November 18 Mr. Whale will answer them over the air.
The series is to last until July next year, and dates of all broadcasts and the fullest information are to be found in the pamphlet The Way to God', obtainable from the B.B.C. Publications Department, price 6d., 7d. post free.
Rev. J. S.
Rev. J. S.
An Appeal on behalf of THE ACTORS' BENEVOLENT FUND, by GEORGE ARLISS
Today's appeal is to be made by the distinguished actor, George Arliss , for the foremost and representative charity of the theatrical profession in Great Britain. Its objects are to help old and deserving actors and actresses, and to relieve the needs of those who, by ill-health and misfortune, have fallen by the way.
As its last president, the late Sir Gerald du Maurier, was never tired of saying : actors and actresses give their services for every charity under the sun. This is their charity. The profession was always uncertain and precarious, and never more so than in the last ten years. In no other calling can the apparently successful be so suddenly and unexpectedly reduced from a moderate living to absolute want. The fund disburses, in regular weekly allowances, nearly Â£4,000 annually to its pensioners alone. Its assured income falls far short of this. By giving generously, listeners will be helping those who have entertained them.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to George Arliss , Esq., Actors' Benevolent Fund, [address removed]
General News Bulletin
The Park Lane Hotel At the pianoforte, J. A. BYFIELD
' The Lost Chord' was sketched by Sullivan at the deathbed of his brother Frederic. It was published a month or two later and became in less than a year one of the best-sellers of all time. Nearly every famous contralto singer over half a century has made it one of the first things in her repertory. It has been stated that the first phonograph record ever played in England was this song. The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) was present on that occasion.
The Wireless Male Voice Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Stuart Robertson (baritone)
At the Pianoforte, Ernest Lush
Begone, dull care!
Down in Demerara
Bonnie wee thing
One more river to cross
Vilikins and his Dinah
When we were boys together
(All the songs are from The British Students' Song Book, and are arranged by Leslie Woodgate)
The Wireless Male Voice
Shipping Forecast, on Droitwich only, at 11.0