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: THE DAILY SERVICE

From page 21 of ' When Two or Three

: ROWLAND TIMS

at the Organ of the Paramount
Theatre, Liverpool

: THE TROCADERO CINEMA ORCHESTRA

Directed by ALFRED VAN DAM from the Troxy Cinema

Contributors

Directed By: Alfred Van

: THE OSCAR LAMPE SEXTET

OLIVE GOFF (soprano)

: THE PHILIP WHITEWAY ENSEMBLE

(From Belfast) Philip Whiteway , who was born in Manchester, took up the violin as soon as he left school, and studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music under Arthur Catterall , subsequently taking his diploma with distinction. For four seasons he played in the first violins of the Halle Orchestra , and for the last eight years he has been a member of the BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra, of which he became leader in 1931. Earlier in his career he studied chamber music under the late Dr. Brodsky, and was one of the original members of the Hirsch String Quartet.

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Whiteway
Unknown: Arthur Catterall
Unknown: Halle Orchestra

: EVENSONG

from Westminster Abbey
Order of Service
Psalms Lesson
Magnificat (Parry in D) Lesson
Nunc Dimittis (Parry in D)
Anthem, Blessed City (Bairstow)
Hymn, Ave Maria! blessed Maid!
(E.H. 216)

: Off Duty

Talks for Listeners at Leisure in the Afternoon
What do you Think ?
' Women in China'
By Dr. YI-FANG WU ,
Principal of Ginling College, Nanking

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Yi-Fang Wu

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

Symphony Orchestra conducted by Piero Coppola : Petite Suite (Debussy, arr. Busser)-En bateau (In a boat)-Cortege-Minuet-Ballet
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stokowski : Nocturne No. I-Nuages (Clouds) (Debussy)
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Albert Wolff : Prelude ; (The Spinner)-Andante quasi allegretto ; Sicilienne (Pelleas and Melisande) (Faure)

Contributors

Conducted By: Piero Coppola
Conducted By: Albert Wolff

: THE HARP TRIO :

Tina Bonifacio (harp)
Harry Dyson (flute)
Gethyn Wykeham-George (violoncello)

Contributors

Harp: Tina Bonifacio
Flute: Harry Dyson

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers

: THE KARL CAYLUS

Ⓓ PLAYERS with HERBERT THORPE

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Thorpe

: Public Opinion and Politics--6

Conclusions
THE LORD ELTON
This evening Lord Elton, who has given five talks in this series since May 28, is to tell listeners the conclusions he has come to. Has public opinion on the whole been wise ? He thinks that, at any rate, it has been consistent. It is a thing that is instinctive. There is a wisdom in the feelings of the man in the street. . . . But public opinion on very diverse matters tends at one period to conform to one pattern. Its increasing power can become dangerous. There is a need to study the psychology of public opinion.

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: A SHORT MID-WEEK SERVICE

from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. ELLIOTT
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard

Contributors

Organist: Rev. W. H. Elliott
Organist: Reginald Goss-Custard

: A. J. Alan

A.J. Alan will again tell the story of 'Charles' which he originally broadcast in 1927. In the last six months two kinds of enquiry have regularly reached Broadcasting House. The one asking if A.J. Alan is Stuart Hibberd, A.G. Street, John Hilton, Harold Nicolson, or some other well-known broadcaster; the other asking why he has given up broadcasting. Is he dead?
The answer to the first question has been invariably 'No'; to the second, happily: A.J. Alan has not been broadcasting because he has been ill; it is hoped that he will be on the air again soon.'
Well, here he is. And he is to tell one of his most popular stories 'Charles', which he told for the first time nine years ago, and which is to be found in his book of stories 'Good Evening, Everyone!'
(A.J. Alan broadcast in the Regional programme last night)

Contributors

Storyteller: A. J. Alan








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