from the Parish Church, Edgbaston,
Order of Service
Hymn, Awake ! my soul (A. and M. 3;
E.H. 257; S.P. 16)
Lesson, James i, 22-27 Jubilate Creed
Hymn, Soldiers of Christ, arise (A. and M. 270; E.H. 479; S.P. 641)
Address by the Rev. Canon STUART
Hymn, Through the night of doubt and sorrow (A. and M. 274; E.H. 503; S.P. 678)
Organist and Choirmaster,
Gylch Cadwgan Rhondda o Gapel yr Annibynnwyr Bethania,
(A Peace Service, Welsh League of Youth, from Bethania Congregational
Emyn, Efengyl Tangnefedd ehed dros y Byd (T6n, Joanna) (Caniedydd Cynulleidfaol 786)
Darllen rhan o'r Hen Destament,
Emyn, Daeth lesu a'i gariad (Ton,
Darllen Rhan o'r Testament Newydd Emyn, Dod ar fy mhen dy sanctaidd law (Ton, Arnold) (Llyfr Emynau 'r Methodistiaid, 752)
Gweddi Gweddi 'r Arglwydd (Ton, Langdon) Emyn, Henffych i enw Iesu Gwiw
(Ton, Lledrod) (Caniedvdd Cynulleidfaol, 266)
Anthem, Jeriwsalem (Llyfr Emynau'r
Methodistiaid, Anthemau 41)
Cyd-adrodd Salm gan 12 o blant,
Darllen Neges Heddwch Plant Cymru Anerchiad gan y Parch. T. ALBAN
DAVIES Emyn , 'Rwy'n gweld o bell y dydd yn dod (Ton, Pembroke) (Caniedydd Cynulleidfaol, 706)
Y Weddi Apostolaidd
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, GUY WARRACK
JOSEPHINE HEALY (soprano)
Conductor, H. CLAYTON
DAVID EDWARDS (bass)
The Glyndeboume Festival Opera
Company, conducted by Fritz Busch : Le Nozze di Figaro, Act I (Mozart)
Orchestra of La Scala Milan, conducted by Carlo Sabajno : Don Pasquale (Donizetti) Overture.
Lotte Schoene (soprano), Willi Domgraf -Fassbander (baritone) : Proto io son
Joan and Betty's Bible Story by E. R. Appleton , Welsh iand West of England Regional Director
The Story of Joseph-Part 3
There are Christians on the one hand who say that the Church should not meddle with politics, and there are those on the other hand who say that the present order of society must be overthrown in the name of Christianity ; but between these extremes there is a very large number of Christians who feel permanently uncomfortable about such obvious iUs as unemployment and bad housing. It is hoped that they will get from Mr. Reckitt's fundamental examination of the problem the guidance that they seek.
Mr. Reckitt is to give the first of three talks on this subject today, and the remaining two are on May 24 and June 7.
A practising medical psychologist
It will be remembered that on April 19 the Rev. J. Maillard gave the first talk of this trilogy on Spiritual Healing, and that on May 3 the Rev. J. P. Arendzen gave the second. Today a medical psychologist is to wind up the series. It should be understood that he is a professed Christian, whose Harley Street training enables him to speak with authority on this intricate subject.
Rev. J. P.
Antonio Brosa (violin); Norman Chapple (violin); Leonard Rubens
(viola); Livio Mannucci (violoncello) Verdi's String Quartet in E minor was composed in 1873 while waiting for the production of Aida, which had been postponed. It is designed on purely classical lines. The first movement is dramatic in character and the first subject bears a certain resemblance to the music associated with Amneris in Aida. The second movement is simple and graceful and the principal subject foreshadows a passage in the first act of Falstaff. The movement in scherzo form has an operatic flavour with its melodramatic agitation. The last movement is considered the best of the four. ' In essence ', says Francis Toye, ' it consists of a single idea, treated and developed with marked ingenuity, which unmistakably suggests the rapid chatter of the women in Falstaff'.
.Listeners have heard from Harold Child how our forebears went to the theatre, and from Arthur Bryant how they travelled'. Today Miss Alice Ritchie is to describe how they had a meal.
Ever since her Newnham College days Alice Ritchie has culled a harvest of interesting facts about manners and customs in days gone by, as listeners to her talks in ' Fashionable Crazes ' know. They will remember her three broadcasts on Pets, the Simple Life, and Gardens.
Director, CUTHBERT KELLY
A daylight rehearsal broadcast from a wood on the borders of Surrey and Sussex
The broadcast will open with an evening chorus of birds. And then a description will be given of the scene from which it is hoped to broadcast the nightingale's song between 11.0 and
12.0 any night this week.
Listeners will hear about the technical arrangements that have been made to broadcast this voice throughout the country.
An evening chorus of British birds is to be heard in Britain today, and on Wednesday between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. a morning chorus of British birds is to be broadcast to the Empire.
from the Studio
Conducted by the Rev. J. S. WHALE ,
President of Cheshunt College,
Order of Service
Hymn, Through the night of doubt and sorrow (A. and M. 274, S.P. 678)
Scripture Lesson, Hebrews xi, w. 8-10,
13-16, 32-40 and xii, v. 1-2
Hymn, Give me the wings of faith to rise (A. and M. 623, S.P. 204)
Rev. J. S.
Answers to listeners' questions
The Rev. J. S. WHALE
An appeal on behalf of THE CHURCH LADS' BRIGADE, by Field Marshal Sir CLAUD JACOB ,
G.C.B., G.C.S.I., K.C.M.G.
The Church Lads' Brigade is the ' Church Missionary Society ' to adolescent lads, and employs uniform and drill both to appeal to their romantic sense, and to deepen the discipline it would inculcate in them. The Brigade does not aim at training lads for national emergency, and is not a cadet force.
It seeks to make good citizens only in so far as good Christians are always the best citizens.
Drill is but the framework of Company activities. The greater time is spent on physical training, games, sports, and other recreations. In the summer camps the same ideal is aimed at.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
from the Park Lane Hotel
Selection of Music by Mendelssohn
At the pianoforte, J. A. BYFIELD
(For detai'.s, see page 72)
Shipping Forecast at 11.0