@ (Baptist) from Harrow Baptist Church
9.30 Order of Service
Invocation and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God
Almighty (Rv. B.C.H. 33 ; A. and M. 160)
Lesson, Matthew xii, 10-21
Chant, Micah iv, 1-4, In the latter days (Rv. B.C.H. 114)
Hymn, Love Divine, all loves excelling
(Rv. B.C.H. 317 ; A. and M. 520)
Address by the Rev. J. C. RENDALL Hymn, Lead us, 0 Father, in the paths of peace (Rv. B.C.H. 421 ; S.P. 102)
Organist, Douglas A. Chambers
Choirmaster, Horace A. Fuller
Rev. J. C.
B. Walton O'Donnell
Mario de Pietro
(mandoline and banjo)
Medley of Favourites: All Alone (Berlin). Whispering
(Schonberger). My Blue Heaven (Berlin). Alone (Brown). Smoke gets in your eyes (Kern)
The BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Joseph Farrington (bass)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
Viva la Compagnie, page 183
The Whale, page 208
Wouldn't you like to know? page 152
Only, page 20
Up Aloft, page 184
A Cup of Tea, page 194
Smile again, my bonnie lassie, page 132
The Mermaid, page 200
I married a wife, O then, page 338
The Crocodile, page 306
Riding down from Bangor, page 350
(The page numbers refer to the University Song Book)
C. H. Middleton and F. H. Grisewood
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
Janet Hamilton-Smith (soprano)
Records by Rawicz and Landauer (pianofortes)
Jan Kiepura (tenor)
Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra
2 -' The Administrator
The Rev. Canon A. C. Deane
Rev. Canon A. C.
2-' The Part of Reason in Religion '
The Rev. Fr. M. C. D'Arcy , S.J.
Rev. Fr. M. C.
by William Shakespeare
All for Love, Dryden's version of the tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra, was broadcast a fortnight ago. This evening the more famous version by Shakespeare is to be broadcast once again.
Leon Quartermaine , who plays
Antony, has acted in Shakespeare with Ben Greet , Tree, and Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson ; he has played Malvolio both in New York and at the Old Vic ; and he was in all three of Granville Barker 's productions at the Savoy, as the Clown in The Winter's Tale, Aguecheek in Twelfth Night, and Flute in A Midsummer Night's Dream. In 1913 he appeared as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at the Lyric, when Ellen Terry played the Nurse, and is now appearing as Jaques in As You Like It at the New Theatre. Listeners may remember his broadcast of Don Pedro in the last presentation of Much Ado About Nothing.
Margaret Rawlings , this evening's
Cleopatra, is among the best of our younger actresses. In November, 1935, she created the part of Katharine O'Shea in Parnell in New York, and has been playing it until recently at the New Theatre. A year ago she broadcast as Cassandra in Cymbeline.
by Mary Jarred (contralto)
(Church of England) from St. John's, Smith Square
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Land of our birth, we pledge to thee (S.P. 488, Tune Truro)
Hallowing and Opening Prayer Psalm cxxii
Lesson, Luke vi, 39-end Deus Misereatur
Hymn, Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round (S.P. 485 ; E.H. 384)
Address by the Rev. Canon F. R. BARRY , D.S.O.
Hymn, City of God (S.P. 468 ;
Organist, R. J. Ashfield
Rev. Canon F. R.
An appeal on behalf of THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION
OF SCIENCE AND LEARNING, by Sir WILLIAM BEVERIDGE ,
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Sir William Beveridge , K.C.B., LL.D., Society for the Protection of Science and Learning, 6, Gordon Square, London, W.C.l.
including Weather Forecast
A radio tour of the largest paper mill in the world, which every week supplies hundreds of tons of news-print to Fleet Street and to papers in countries as far as Australia and New Zealand.
The whole process of paper-making will be brought to the listener, from the unloading of the spruce logs on the quay alongside the paper mill, through wood-pulp operations, dyeing, etc., to the finished article.
Devised and produced by H. L. Morrow
and The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne,
Thelma Tuson (soprano) from the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne (Soloist, LESLIE JEFFRIES> )
At the pianoforte, Sydney Ffoulkes
One of the chief attractions of Sunday evening's programmes is the frequent appearance before the microphone of Leslie Jeffries and his orchestra. Apart from Mr. Jeffries's solo playing, which is a specially attractive feature, one of the outstanding qualities of his performances is the excellent ensemble he obtains from his orchestra. Despite the fact that the greater part of his programmes consists of popular and well-tried favourites, he never relaxes from careful and regular rehearsal, which, of course, is the secret of fine ensemble playing. Each member of Mr. Jeffries's orchestra is a player of outstanding talents and experience.
(For details, see page 76)
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