(Church of England) from Croydon Parish Church
Hymn, Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
(A. and M. 210 ; S.P. 507)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm lxvii
Lesson, I Corinthians xiii Benedicite (Naylor) Collects
Hymn, To mercy, pity, peace and love (S.P. 682 ; E.H. 506)
Address by the Right Rev. the BISHOP OF CROYDON
Hymn, These things shall be! (S.P.
Organist and Choirmaster,
H. Leslie Smith
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
Margaret Balfour (contralto)
(Arrangements by Yascha Krein)
C. H. Middleton
For those who plan borders in red, white, and blue for the late spring and summer, C. H. Middleton is to give hints on some garden schemes for Coronation year.
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
Ruth Naylor (soprano)
Recordings from the Choral Works of Palestrina, Purcell, Handel, Bach, and Mozart
(Centenary of the Birth of D. L. Moody)
The Very Rev. D. S. Cairns ,
O.B.E., D.D., Principal of Alford
Place College, Aberdeen
At the beginning and end of the talk Mr. Jacques Hopkins will .sing verses from the hymns What means this eager anxious throng ? and There were ninety-and-nine. (Numbers 77 and 97 in Sacred Songs and Solos)
Missionary Hopes and Fears
Basil J. Mathews , Professor of Christian World-Relations in the University of Boston, Mass.
One of the interesting features of this talk is that Professor Basil Mathews is to speak of a conversation he had with Mahatma Gandhi less than two months ago. And he will speak of Christian outcaste villages in which the faces of men and women, boys, and girls were somehow different from those of their fellow-outcastes in the non-Christian villages he had passed. On the former was some degree of happiness ; on the latter not even a glimpse of hope. He will speak of all that the Christian Church in India has done for the ' untouchables '
(and is still doing in spite of difficulties), as Mr. Gandhi agreed.
Basil Mathews , well known in this country as the author of ' The Clash of Colour ', ' Paul the Dauntless ', and other books, is just back from a three months' visit to India. He stayed with the poet, Rabindranath Tagore , toured Indian villages, and talked with Indians and Britons on many spheres of work.
(All arrangements by Margaret Gruffydd and Richard Charlton )
The Barrington Quartet :
Vera Siddons (soprano)
Gladys Palmer (contralto)
John Turner (tenor)
George Pizzey (bass)
Harry Isaacs (pianoforte)
For the New Year
The Happy Lover
The Shepherd's Song
Capriccio in B flat minor
VERA SIDDONS AND JOHN TURNER
Zuleika and Hassan
GLADYS PALMER AND GEORGE PIZZEY
Song from Ruy Blas
Songs Without Words
Book 4, Nos. 5 and 6
The Wood Minstrels
The Victor's Return
The Wandering Minstrel
On the half-a-dozen or more occasions that Mendelssohn visited London he often went to stay with William Horsley, Mus.Bac., Oxon, - composer of glees, canons and anthems and organist of the Asylum for Female Orphans - and his family, who lived at 1, High Row, Kensington Gravel-Pits. The house is still standing, but is now known as 128 Church Street. In the delightful company of William Horsley's children, Mendelssohn spent many happy hours. On some occasions they would have musical sessions in the drawing-room and Mendelssohn would play to them some of his latest compositions. The programme to be heard this afternoon is such that might have taken place on one of these occasions.
Conducted by Jack Frere
from Short Stories by Ring Lardner
...' REUNION '
Adapted and produced by M. H. Allen
(Church of England) from All Hallows, Lombard Street
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, 0 worship the King (A. and M. 167; S.P. 337)
Confession and Lord's Prayer Magnificat
Lesson, Isaiah xlv, 18-23 Prayers
Hymn, Through the night of doubt and sorrow (A. and M. 274 ; S.P. 384)
Address by the Rev. P. S. RANGARAMANUJAM
Hymn, Hills of the North, rejoice
The sermon at this evening's broadcast service is to be preached by the Rev. P. S. Rangaramanujam , who was invested as a boy with the Sacred Thread of the Brahmins. He became a Christian as a young man, and was for some years a travelling secretary of the Student Christian Movement of India, Burma, and Ceylon. He is at home now on a visit to the Student Christian Movement in Great Britain.
Rev. P. S.
Rev. P. S.
An appeal on behalf of The Federation of Girls' Clubs by Lady Hamilton Grant.
The Federation of Girls' Clubs which was founded in 1886 as the Factory Helpers Union, is trying to help youth to make the most of its leisure time. Its 200 affiliated clubs are in all parts of the country-there are over 150 in London alone. Their members include factory workers, domestic servants and office workers, and the clubs seek to provide the young working girl with a place of her own in which to enjoy her leisure hours. Through friendly rivalry in handicrafts, cooking, sewing, 'keep-fit' exercises, singing, verse speaking, acting, and all forms of outdoor and indoor games, interests are stimulated and friendships formed enriching the lives of many who would otherwise be forlorn and stranded in our crowded cities. Holidays at home and abroad and rambles to places of interest also form part of the activities of the Federation. Nor are the sick and convalescent forgotten.
To maintain the services of the Federation, help is urgently needed. The work is maintained entirely by public subscription, and but for the support of private individuals, it could not carry on. This appeal was to have been made by Sir Hamilton Grant who died suddenly a fortnight ago. On his behalf, Lady Grant will ask listeners to support a cause in which he was deeply interested.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Lady Hamilton Grant, [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
The Budapest String Quartet:
(By permission of J. P. Mitchelhill)
Robert Farquharson and Leon Quartermaine in 'LEPANTO' a Ballad by G. K. Chesterton arranged for broadcasting by Val Gielgud
Shipping Forecast at 11.0