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: A CONGREGATIONALIST SERVICE

from Argyle Congregational Church,
Bath
Order of Service -
Call to Worship
Hymn, 0 Worship the King (Cong. H.
2 ; A. and M. 167)
Prayers
Hymn, Eternal Light (Cong. H. 12;
E.H. 632)
Lesson
Hymn, Souls of men (Cong. H. 341 ;
A. and M. 634)
Address by the Rev. ARCHIBALD PARSONS
Hymn, All as God wills (Cong. H. 476) Collect
Blessing
Organist, ALGERNON SALTER
10.15 Interval
Time Signal, Greemrich, at 10.30

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Archibald Parsons
Organist: Algernon Salter

: GAELIC SERVICE

from the Abbey, lona
Order of Service
Salm c, air fonn
Ballerma Urnuigh Aslachadh agus Urnuigh an Tighearna Leughadh bho'n t-Seann Tiomnadh Salm xxxvi, 5-10, air fonn London New Leughadh bho'n Tiomnadh Nuadh Urnuigh Eadar-Ghuidhe
Salm lxi, 1-5, air fonn Salzburg
An Searmon, An t-Urr DOMHNULL
MacCuis
Urnuigh
Laoidh 2, air fonn St. Paul Am Beannachadh
An t-seinn Ie Coisir Chiuil na h-Eaglaise, Ie cuideachadh bho Choisir-Chiuil Thobar Mhoire
FearTogail-fuinn Calum Mac 'Illeathain
' Air cho cumhang agus air cho suarach is a tha an t-aite so, gheibh e onoir mor nachgann, chan e a mhain o righribh Albann maille ri an sluagh, ach mar an ceudna o riaghlairean chinneach borba coimheach, maille ris an t-sluagh a tha fo an smachd ; agus a thuilleadh air sin, urram nach gann da o eagtaisean eile '.-
Calum Cille

Contributors

Unknown: Ballerma Urnuigh Aslachadh
Unknown: Tighearna Leughadh
Unknown: Tiomnadh Salm
Unknown: Tiomnadh Nuadh
Unknown: Urnuigh Eadar-Ghuidhe
Unknown: Coisir Chiuil
Unknown: Chiuil Thobar Mhoire
Unknown: Feartogail-Fuinn Calum Mac
Unknown: Calum Cille

: BESSES O' TH' BARN BAND Conductor, W. WOOD FRED SUTCLIFFE (baritone)

EAND FRED SUTCLIFFE BAND FRED SUTCLIFFEBAND
(From North)

: A Programme of

Gramophone Records
The London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard : Ayres for the Theater (Percell, arr. Bernard)
Fischer Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Edwin Fischer : Ricercare a 6 voci from Musikalisches Opfer on a theme by Frederick the Great i (Bach) r The Boyd Neel String Orchestra, V conducted by Boyd Neel : Divertimento in F (K.I38) (Mozart)—Allegro ; Andante ; Presto
Strings of the London Philharmonic
Orchestra, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar : Serenade in E minor (Elgar) 1. Allegro piacevole ; 2. Larghetto; 3. Allegretto--come prima

Contributors

Conducted By: Anthony Bernard
Unknown: Edwin Fischer
Unknown: Musikalisches Opfer
Unknown: Boyd Neel
Conducted By: Boyd Neel
Conducted By: Sir Edward Elgar

: THE BBC © MIDLAND ORCHESTRA

Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON
GEOFFREY DAMS (tenor) ORCHESTRA GEOFFREY DAMS AND ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA GEOFFREY DAMS AND ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA GEOFFREY DAMS AND ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Conducted By: Reginald Burston

: For the Children

Joan and Betty's Bible Story by E. R. APPLETON , Welsh and West of England Regional Director
The Story of Joseph-Part 4
(From Bristol)

Contributors

Story By: E. R. Appleton

: ' Religion and Social Realities'-3 MAURICE Reckitt

In his previous talk on May 24 Mr. Maurice Reckitt , author of ' Christian Sociology of Today', contrasted the social policies of the modern world with the social policy of Christianity-which is to restore man to the centre of the social order and involves' facing in a new spirit the great problems of money, machinery, and leisure.
In his final talk in this series this afternoon Mr. Reckitt will answer the pressing, practical question—What can we do ?

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Maurice Reckitt

: Chamber Music

HUGHES MACKLIN (tenor) THE LONDON WIND QUINTET: Robert Murchie (flute) ; Alec Whittaker (oboe); Frederick Thurston (clarinet); Frederick Wood (bassoon); Edmund Chapman (horn); Anthony Collins (viola); John Cockerill (harp); Ernest Lush (pianoforte)
HUGHES MACKLIN
Septet for Viola, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon, and Harp
Rootham
Lento-Andante-Allegro; Adagio; Allegro molto
Dr. Cyril Rootham was given the post of organist and musical director of St. John's College, Cambridge, in 1901, when he was no older than twenty-six; he has held that post ever since. His influence has in that time been enormous, for a number of distinguished musicians of today graduated at Cambridge and came under Dr. Rootham's tuition. He has also composed a great deal in the time he has been able to spare from his duties.

HUGHES MACKLIN
Der Himmel offnet die blaue Tur
Schöne Nacht
Liebesode
Juninacht
Bocquet
Roland Bocquet was born in 1878 at Saharandur, India, where his father held an important post on the staff of the Government Railways. Bocquet was educated at Bedford Modern School, and afterwards entered the Woolwich Military Academy, eventually obtaining a commission in the Royal Engineers. At the end of twelve months of military life he decided that he would rather be a musician than a soldier, so he went to the Royal Academy of Music and was a fellow student of Arnold Bax. Bocquet's next move was to Dresden, where he continued his musical studies, but his pleasant surroundings and the fact that his first compositions met with the approval of his circle of German friends, decided him to make Dresden his home, where he has lived ever since, except for the wartime period, when he was interned in Ruhleben Camp.

QUINTET pastoral
Scherzo
Scarlatti, arr Greenbaum Burlesque

Contributors

Flute: Robert Murchie
Oboe: Alec Whittaker
Clarinet: Frederick Thurston
Bassoon: Frederick Wood
Horn: Edmund Chapman
Viola: Anthony Collins
Harp: John Cockerill
Composer: Cyril Rootham
Work: Septet (Op.83)
Tenor: Hughes Macklin
Pianoforte: Ernest Lush
Composer: Roland Bocquet
Works: Der Himmel öffnet die blaue Tür (Op.33 No.5), Schöne Nacht (Op.35 No.4), Liebesode (Op.35 No.1), Juninacht (Op.35 No.3)

: Living in the Past 'At the Sea-side' Mrs. H. RICHARDSON

As listeners know from her talks on fashionable crazes, Mrs. Richardson has a gift for satire and for vivid and amusing description, especially of happenings in the past. The first talk she ever broadcast-as long ago as 1929 — was on ' A London winter 200 years ago
This evening she has some amusing things to say about the seaside holiday in the 1820's-the type of holiday discovered in the century before. It would seem the children were left out of it. Rich invalids went there for the sea air-' a certain Brighton doctor had even recommended them to drink the sea water -and took their young people (young adults) with them. You went by coach to London, and by sea to Margate, which had just become the fashion. In the evening you went to the Assembly Rooms, to which you were admitted if sufficiently respectable ; you played Loo, and cards cost you four shillings a pack ; or in the morning you went for. a donkey-ride or bathed from the family machine, and Mrs. Richardson will describe what a secret and exciting thing it was.

: A Recital MIRIAM LICETTE (soprano) LEOPOLD MUNZER (pianoforte)

LEOPOLD MUNZER MIRIAM LICETTE LEOPOLD MUNZER MIRIAM LICETTE LEOPOLD MUNZER

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

from Derby Cathedral
The Bells
Order of Service
Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (S.P. 535 ; E.H. 407)
Prayers
Psalm xcix
Lesson, Isaiah vi, 1-8
Magnificat in B minor (Noble) Prayers
Anthem, Evening Hymn (
Balfour Gardiner )
Address by the Right Rev. The Lord . Bishop of DERBY
Hymn, Praise the Lord ! Ye heavens, adore Him (S.P. 624;' E.H. 535)
Blessing
Organist and Choirmaster,
G. H. HEATH GRACIE

Contributors

Unknown: Balfour Gardiner
Choirmaster: G. H. Heath Gracie

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE NATIONAL PLAYING FIELDS
ASSOCIATION by Major RAPHAEL JACKSON
The National Playing Fields Association was formed in 1925 to deal with the problem of providing every town and village with a recreation ground. It was recognised that the widespread and growing shortage of playing fields would in the long run have a serious effect on the health and morale of the youth of the country, and that a national effort was needed to remedy social conditions that deprived so many boys and girls of the opportunity to play games.
The growth of the population, the rapid development of towns, and the ever growing danger of the roads to children make the work of the Association more urgent every year. But the funds that were available have been exhausted.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to[address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Major Raphael Jackson
Unknown: Major Raphael Jackson

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE MARGATE MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA

Leader, HARRY Lipman
Conductor, HERBERT LODGE
WALTER GLYNNE (tenor)
HARRY CHAPMAN (harp) from the Winter Gardens, Margate ORCHESTRA WALTER GLYNNE ORCHESTRA HAPPY CHAPMAN ORCHESTRA At the piano, ARTHUR WAYNE

Contributors

Leader: Harry Lipman
Conductor: Herbert Lodge
Tenor: Walter Glynne
Harp: Harry Chapman

: Epilogue

' (For details, see page 46)
Shipping Forecast at 1 1.0








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