(Methodist) from Bushy Park Methodist Church,
Order of Service
Psalm cl, I, 2 and 6 Hymn, 0 worship the King (M.H.B. 8,
Invocatory Prayer and Lord s Prayer Lesson, Luke vi, 39-49
Hymn, Dear Lord and Father of mankind (M.H.B. 669, S.P. 481)
Hymn, We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair earth (M.H.B. 414, S.P. 691)
Address by the Rev. GEORGE E. SOUTHALL
* Hymn, Breathe on me, Breath of God'
(M.H.B. 300, S.P. 458)
Organist, Harold Ramsey
Rev. George E.
Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by HAROLD LOWE
PIERO ZENNARO (baritone)
The BBC Men's Chorus
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Arthur Cranmer (baritone)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
Harvest Home..............Page 13
The Wiltshire Wedding.....Page 52
Donkey Riding.............Page 63
Blow the man down.........Page 62
The Old Chariot...........Page 68
Stormalong John...........Page 79
Old Farmer Buck arr. Gerrard Williams
In the fields in frost and snow...Page 92
Ten green bottles.............Page 94
Michael Finnigin..............Page 99
Robinson Crusoe.............Page 112
One more river..............Page 108
Waltzing Matilda... .arr. Thomas Wood
(The pages refer to the Oxford Song Book, Volume II, arranged by Thomas Wood)
C. H. MIDDLETON
Conductor, HAROLD Moss
' This Week We'll Play-'
Recordings from Viennese Operetta
Interview with I-An Anglican
The Archbishop of York
Reported by HOWARD MARSHALL
Three years ago Howard Marshall toured the slums and distressed areas of Britain, and described them in a notable series of talks called ' Other People's Houses '. Now he is on a tour of Britain to find out the specific purpose of some of the thousands of churches and chapels. Are they there to make men and women holy ? Or have they some mission more closelv connected with our material lives and problems ? Or do both these ideals come in ? Marshall has already interviewed the Archbishop of York, and will interview the Rev. S. M. Berry (representing the Free Churches), the Rev. G. F. MacLeod (the Church of Scotland), the Rev. Vincent McNabb (the Roman Catholic Church), and Canon F. R. Barry (the Church bf England). He will come to the microphone every Sunday for five weeks and report what he has found out.
In his attempt to get direct answers on common problems, he would like to enlist the help of listeners. What sort of questions would they like him to ask ?
Rev. S. M.
Canon F. R.
Led by LAURANCE TURNER
Conducted by THE COMPOSER
KATE WINTER (soprano)
Overture, The Merrymakers Suite, Summer Days
1. In a Country Lane. 2. On the Edge of the Lake. 3. At the Dance
KATE WINTER AND ORCHESTRA Pepita
Valsette, Wood Nymphs
Fantasy, The Selfish Giant
Always, as I close my eyes
Dream o' Nights (The Mill o' Dreams) Little Lady of the Moon
Suite, The Three Men
I. The Man from the Country. 2. The Man-about-Town. 3. The Man from the Sea
2-' Conscience: Is there a final standard ? ' The Rev. Canon L. W. GRENSTED, D.D.
A Ballad Farce, as acted with great Applause at the Theatres Royal in Drury Lane and Covent Garden
Written by Mr. Harry Carey of Halifax
Characters with THE BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CRAWFORD McNAIR
Arranged by D. G. Bridson and Robert Chignell
Produced by JAN BUSSELL
Sec the short article by Robert Chignell on page 16
Arbella, in love with Gaylove:
Combrush, her Maid, a pert one:
Gaylove, a young Barrister, in love with Arbella:
Muckworm, Uncle and Guardian to Arbella:
Sapscull, a Country ' Squire ' intended for Arbella:
Blunder, Servant to Sapscull, a Clown:
Slango, Servant to Gaylove, an Arch Fellow:
A recital of folk-songs of French and Italian speaking Switzerland from
Lausanne by THE 'CHANSON ROMANDE'
CHORUS of Radio Lausanne
Conductor, HANS HAUG
The ' Chanson romande' Chorus of Lausanne belongs, as its name implies, to French-speaking Switzerland, though it includes in its programme tonight some songs from Italian-speaking Switzerland as well. M. Haug , who is a well-known conductor in Switzerland, and is on the staff of Radio Lausanne, has made a collection of old songs, some of which were in danger of being forgotten before he re-discovered them and made them known again through the medium of the Chorus.
Directed by HARRY DAVIDSON
(Church of England) from Norwich Cathedral
Order of Service
General Confession, etc.
Lesson, Hebrews vi, 10-20 Psalm cxxi
Apostles' Creed Prayers
Hymn, The Lord is King (A. and M.
Address by the Very Rev. D. H. S. CRANAGE, Litt.D., Dean of Norwich
Hymn, The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended (A. and M. 477, S.P. 56)
Organist, Heathcote Statham
An appeal on behalf of COLLEGE HARLECH, by Sir WILLIAM JENKINS , M.P.
Ten years ago it was decided to found in Wales a residential college for adult education where as many as possible could enjoy facilities for more continuous study after leaving school than is afforded by the classes provided by the University, the Workers' Educational Association, and similar organisations.
There are now thirty-five sessional students, including always a sprinkling of foreign students. In addition, twenty-five unemployed men are brought to the college every month from the occupational clubs of the South Wales coal valleys. They contribute part of their benefit, and are given training in music, drama, manual crafts, and gymnastics. Harlech College is sometimes called in Welsh ' The College of the Second Chance '.
The cost of the full-time students is only in small part met by public grants. Help is urgently needed to provide bursaries (£40 each), better library and reading-room accommodation, and personal expenses, such as clothing, boots, and playing kit.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to The Treasurer, [address removed]
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