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: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of England) from Croydon Parish Church the Bells

: Order of Service

Hymn, There is a green hill (A. and M. 332 ; S.P. 131)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm Ixi
Lesson, I Corinthians i, 18-25, and ii, 1 and 2 Jubilate Collects
Hymn, Jesu, good above all other
(S.P. 540 ; E.H. 598)
Address by the Right Rev. the BISHOP OF CROYDON
Prayers
Hymn, When I survey the wondrous
Cross (A. and M. 108 ; S.P. 133)
Blessing
Organist, H. Leslie Smith

Contributors

Organist: H. Leslie Smith

: SALVATIONIST SUPPLIES BAND

Conductor, Adjuunt Eric Ball
Gershom Paifdngtoa (violoncello)

Contributors

Conductor: Adjuunt Eric Ball
Conductor: Gershom Paifdngtoa

: IN YOUR GARDEN

C. H. Middleton
Listeners who have a lawn, whether a young one not growing up properly or an old one on the downhill grade, are always glad when C. H. Middle ton brings A. E. Burgess back to the microphone to give them advice. Middleton asks just the kind of questions that puzzle amateur gardeners, and Burgess always has an answer. This is not surprising seeing that he is Horticultural Superintendent to the Surrey County Council and their lawn expert. Today he is to speak on the maintenance of lawns, rather than on making new ones.

Contributors

Unknown: C. H. Middleton
Unknown: C. H. Middle
Unknown: A. E. Burgess

: THE BBC ORCHESTRA

(Section E)
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
Arnold Matters (baritone)
Australia and New Zealand have produced many fine musicians, particularly singers, who have won international fame. Both countries are represented in this evening's performance. The conductor, Warwick Braithwaite, comes from New Zealand. He studied under Harry Farjeon and Frederick Corder at the Royal Academy of Music, where he was a Goring Thomas Composition Scholar. Later, he went to Munich and studied conducting and composition at the Academy there. On his return to England, Mr. Braithwaite joined the O'Mara Opera Company as chorus-master, and since that time he has gained a high place among contemporary British conductors. He is best known now as one of the permanent conductors at Sadler's Wells.
Australian Singer
Arnold Matters, also one of the leading members of the Sadler's Wells company, comes from Australia. He was born in.Adelaide, and as a boy won several prizes in competition festivals, which made him decide to take up singing as a career. He soon won for himself a foremost place among Australian singers, and in addition to a great deal of solo and quartet work, he appeared with several leading artists, including Melba. He has many times appeared before the microphone of the Australian Broadcasting Commission. In 1930 Mr. Matters came to England and since then has well established himself, particularly in opera at Sadler's Wells.

Contributors

Unknown: Laurance Turner
Conducted By: Warwick Braithwaite
Baritone: Arnold Matters

: This Week We'll Play

Records by Edwin Fischer (pianoforte)
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano)
Andres Segovia (guitar)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Edwin Fischer
Soprano: Elisabeth Schumann
Guitar: Andres Segovia

: ' ST. PAUL IN HIS LETTERS '-3

' The Liberator' (Galatians)
The Rev. Canon A. C. Deane

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Canon A. C. Deane

: 'RELIGION AND REASON '-3

Reason, Faith and Love
The Rev. Fr. M. C. D'Arcy , S.J.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Fr. M. C. D'Arcy

: CHAMBER MUSIC

John Morel (baritone)
The New Aeolian Players :
Josef Slater (flute); Jean Pougnet (violin) ; Rebecca Clarke (viola) ;
Angus Morrison (pianoforte)

Contributors

Baritone: John Morel
Flute: Josef Slater
Flute: Jean Pougnet
Violin: Rebecca Clarke
Pianoforte: Angus Morrison

: FATHER AND SON

A programme of music by John and Eric Ansell with Betty Huntley Wright (soprano)
Gordon Little (baritone)
Foster Richardson (bass) The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by the Composers

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Ansell
Soprano: Betty Huntley Wright
Baritone: Gordon Little
Bass: Foster Richardson

: ' ODD SHOP '

A dialogue written by Walter de la Mare , presented by Felix Aylmer and Christopher Salmon

Contributors

Written By: Walter de la Mare
Presented By: Felix Aylmer
Presented By: Christopher Salmon

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

To commemorate the Centenary of the birth of Dwight L. Moody from the Lyceum Theatre, London
Order of Service
Hymn, Jesu, lover of my soul (Sacred
Songs and Solos 227 ; A. and M. 193)
Announcement,
Commander R. G. Studd , D.S.O., R.N., Retired (Chairman)
Scripture Reading (
Colonel Arthur Smith ), John v, 1-9
Prayers (Maurice Elrington)
Hymn, How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds (Sacred Songs and Solos 112; A. and M. 176)
Address by MELVIN TROTTER (Grand
Rapids, Michigan, U.S.A.)
Hymn, Just as I am without one plea
(Sacred Songs and Solos 473 ; A. and M. 255)
Closing Prayer

Contributors

Unknown: Dwight L. Moody
Unknown: Commander R. G. Studd
Unknown: Colonel Arthur Smith
Unknown: Melvin Trotter

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE ROYAL
NATIONAL ORTHOPÆDIC HOSPITAL, by Capt. Lord WILLIAM SCOTT ,
M.C., M.P.
This hospital was founded a hundred years ago, and specialises in the curing of cripples, especially crippled children. It has 170 beds in the London hospital and 314 beds at the open-air country branch at Stanmore, Middlesex. The hospital receives its cripples from all over the country as well as from remote parts of the Empire. There are 150,000 attendances of out-patients every year.
There could be no more important work and none more deserving of the help of all than that of giving, as its President, H.R.H. the Duke of Gloucester, has said, ' the innocent child-victims of deformity and crippling disease the chance, and almost the certainty, of growing up into healthy and useful men and women '.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Capt. Lord William Scott , M.C., M.P., [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Capt. Lord William Scott
Unknown: Capt. Lord William Scott

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'OLD ENGLISH'

by John Galsworthy
Adapted for the microphone and produced by Lance Sieveking
Time : 1905. Place : Liverpool
The action of the play moves between the Board Room of ' The Island Navigation Company the Lames' sitting-room at 23, Millicent Villas , and Old Heythorp 's sanctum in his daughter's house at Sefton Park.
Persons in the Play
(in order of their appearance)
(By permission of O'Bryen, Linnit and Dunfee)
(By permission of Maurice Colbourne)
Shareholders of The Island Navigation Company:

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy
Produced By: Lance Sieveking
Unknown: Millicent Villas
Unknown: Old Heythorp
Unknown: Sefton Park.
Sylvanus Heythorp, Chairman of' The Island Navigation Company': Felix Aylmer
Gilbert Famey, secretary of the same: Atholl Fleming
Bob Pillin, of Pillin and Son, Ship- owners: Kim Peacock
Charles Ventnor, solicitor: Phillip Leaver
Mr Brownbee, a creditor of old Heythorp: Ewart Scott
Rosamund Lame, a connection of old Heythorp: Alice O'Day
Phyllis, her daughter: Eileen Easton Smith
Joseph Pillin, Senior Partner of Pillin and Son....: H. O. Nicholson
Adela Heythorp, daughter of old Heythorp: Beatrice Gilbert
A Clerk: R Meadows White
Mr Westgate: R Meadows White
Mr Bugden: Brooke Davis
Letty, the Lames' maid-of-all-work: Joan Brierley
Mellor, eld Heythorp's body-servant: Carleton Hobbs
Molly, his daughter's Irish house-maid: Jean Winstanley

: EPILOGUE

(For details, see page 83)
Shipping Forecast at 11.0








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