(Church of England) from Croydon Parish Church
Hymn, Love's redeeming work is done
Confession and Absolution ' Lord's Prayer and Versicles
Te Deum (Noble in B minor) Lesson, John xx, 19-22, 26-29 Collects
Hymn, The strife is o'er, the battle done (A. and M. 135 ; S.P. 147)
Address by the Right Rev. the Bishop of CPOYDON
Hymn, Jesus lives ! (A. and M.
140; S.P. 155)
Organist, H. Leslie Smith
Directed by Sydney Phasey
The BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
George Pizzey (baritone)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
Gaudeamus igitur (arr. Woodgate) One man went to mow, No. 66 Camptown Races, No. 12 Billy Boy , No. 7 Alouette, No. 3
For a' that, No. 28
Cockles and mussels, No. 14 The Orderlies' Song, No. 71 Cock Robin , No. 15
The Meeting of the Waters, No. 60 Ould John Braddlum , No. 65
(The numbers refer to The New Fellowship Song Book arranged by Walford Davies )
from ' Cruises and Cargoes ' by W. W. Jacobs read by Frank Birch
Every week until June a story of the sea is to be broadcast. Many listeners will agree that it is a happy choice to give pride of place to a story by W. W. Jacobs. Frank Birch will read this famous writer's hum,orous story of the sailor who scared away a sea serpent that was following his ship. Other Jacobs yarns will be included in the series.
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Last autumn (in the series ' What is the Church for? ') Howard Marshall interviewed several Church leaders on their conceptions of the Church's function in the world. Today he will give an account of a new quest-a search for facts rather than for a solution of theories. The object of the new series is to show the Churches at their daily work and witness. Today he reports an Easter Eve talk with the Rev. F. W. Dwelly , Dean of Liverpool Cathedral, and tells of an Easter morning spent in the Cathedral. Next Sunday he will describe an interview with the Rev. Leslie Weatherhead , minister of the City Temple.
Rev. F. W.
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
I-A Village Church Sixty Years
The Rev. Canon H. Anson ,
Master of the Temple
Few of the clergy can look back on a wider range of religious experience than the Master of the Temple. For fifty years he has been in close touch with prominent Christian leaders. In this new series he will describe their message and their influence. In the talk this evening he will speak of a village church sixty years ago, the services held in it, the clerical family and household, and so on. He comes of an hereditary parson family. His great-uncle was Archbishop Vernon Harcourt , his grand-father Dean Anson , and his father Canon F. Anson. He will speak of them as typical men of their time.
Rev. Canon H.
The Kutcher String Quartet:
Samuel Kutcher (violin); Max Saal peter (violin) ; Raymond Jeremy (viola) ; Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
Egon Kornauth is a forty-six-year-old Moravian composer who has done his best work in the field of chnmber music, though he has also written a quantity of orchestral music, piano music, and songs. Even as a schoolboy, he held an organist's post in his native Olmutz, played the 'cello in the local theatre and symphony orchestra, and conducted an orchestra of his schoolfellows. At fifteen he appeared as pianist and composer and, after studying at the Vienna Musikakademie, occupied several important posts in the Austrian capital. Since the war, Kornauth has made a number of concert tours, chiefly as a performer of his own compositions.
This Quintet was written in 1923, partly at Graz and partly at Switzerland.
J. A. Spender
This is the first talk in a revival of a popular series. Personal reminiscences of the great Victorian statesman are to be given by the man who was Editor of The Westminster Gazette for nearly thirty years. Few can be better acquainted with the shifting scene of. politics during the last half-century. Those who have read Mr. Spender's biographies of Sir Henry Campbell -Bannerman and the first Lord Oxford and Asquith (the latter written in collaboration with the Hon. Cyril Asquith ) will be especially eager to hear his memories of the most famous Liberal leader of all.
A Musical Sequence
Produced and conducted by Mark H. Lubbock with Webster Booth (tenor)
Appleton Moore (baritone)
The BBC Revue Chorus and The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Montague Brearley
. (Roman Catholic) from Carmelite Church, Kensington
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, The Lamb's High Feast-attributed to Joseph Haydn (Arundel Hymns 92)
Address bv the Very Rev. Father Pius DOLAN , O.D.C.
0 Salutaris (Gounod)
Regina Coeli (Lotti)
Tantum Ergo (Hamel)
Laudate Dominum (Mendelssohn)
Organist, Eugene Ring
Choirmaster, Frederick Hayes
Very Rev. Father Pius
An appeal on behalf of THE LEAGUE
OF REMEMBRANCE (1914-1919) by Mrs. E. H. GIBSON , C.B.E.
The League of Remembrance has just completed the twenty-first year of its work, which is the making-up of materials for any hospital or institution. This work is gratuitous. Last year over 300,000 articles were made.
Widows or dependants of deceased officers, or of the professional classes, i.e., 'Remembrance Workers', are in charge of the rooms. Some supervise needlework or surgical dressings, others the stores, catering, and general running of the League. They receive a grant-in-aid for their services. Over eight hundred members pay an annual subscription and help with the work. It is a practical living memorial of the years which its name commemorates.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Mrs. E. H.
Mrs. E. H.
including Weather Forecast
Translated by Constance Gamett from the Russian of Anton Tchekov
Adapted for broadcasting by Barbara Burnham
(By permission of Ashley Dukes )
(By permission of Howard Wyndham and Bronson Albery )
(By permission of Sydney Carroll)
The action takes place on the estate of Madame Ranevsky
Production by Val Gielgud
Madame Ranevsky, the owner of the Cherry Orchard..:
Anya, her daughter, aged 17:
Varya, her adopted daughter, aged 24:
Gaev, brother of Madame Ranevsky:
Lopahin, a merchant:
Trofimov, a student:
Semyonov-Pishtchik, a landowner:
Epihodov, a clerk:
Dunyasha, a maid:
Firs, an old valet, aged 87:
Yasha, a young valet: