(6) From page 105 of ' New Every Morning '
at the Organ of the Trocadero Cinema, Elephant and Castle
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor, Idris Lewis
Ethel Gomer-Lewis (soprano)
Conductor, Harry Pell from the Hippodrome Theatre,
Dennis Noble (baritone): Bedouin
Love Song (Pinsuti). The Carnival (Molloy). Son o' Mine ; The Rebel (Freebooter Songs) (William Wallace )
Arthur Catterall (violin): Caprice
No. 13 (Paganini, arr. Catterall). Chanson de matin (Morning Song) ; Chanson de nuit (Night Song) (Elgar)
Walter Glynne (tenor): My Pretty
Jane (Bishop). Gentle Maiden (arr. Sommerville). Sigh no more, ladies (Aiken). I pitdR my lonely caravan (Eric Coates )
Conductor, E. Godfrey Brown
by Arthur Roberts
from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Lesson, Deuteronomy xxx
Magnificat (Bairstow in D) Lesson, Acts xvii, 16 to end
Nunc Dimittis (Bairstow in D)
Anthem, When Mary thro' the garden went (Stanford)
Easter Carol, This Joyful Eastertide
(arr. C. Wood)
This joyful Eastertide,
Away with sin and sorrow I My Love, the Crucified,
Hath sprung to life the morrow, Had Christ, that once was slain,
Ne'er burst His three-day prison, Our faith had been in vain : But now hath Christ arisen. My flesh in hope shall rest, And for a season slumber :
Till trump from East to West
Shall wake the dead in number. Had Christ, that once, etc.
Death's flood hath lost his chill, Since Jesus crossed the river : Lover of souls, from ill My passing soul deliver.
Had Christ, that once, etc.
(Reprinted by permission of Messrs. A. R. Mowbray and Co. Ltd.)
Directed by John MacArthur
Directed by Henry Hall
including Weather Forecast
Quintet for oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, and pianoforte, in E flat, Op. 16
Grave-Allegro ma non troppo Andante cantabile
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo played by Joy Boughton (oboe)
Pauline Juler (clarinet)
Alan Hyde (horn)
Gilbert Vinter (bassoon) Ernest Lush (pianoforte)
with Louis Levy and his Symphony
(By arrangement with the Gaumont British
Picture Corporation JLtd.)
Janet Lind and Robert Ashley
Orchestral Arrangements by Peter Yorke
George Dyson , Mus.D.
Neil Forsyth (baritone)
The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Ian Whyte
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The Rt. Hon. C. R. Attlee
Rt. Hon. C. R.
Lord Snell of Plumstead, C.B.E.
Last week this series, which is designed primarily for the Empire, was opened by a talk by the Prime Minister of Great Britain. Today the second of the ten talks is to be given by the chairman of the largest county council in the country. Lord Snell has had a picturesque career. From village school to university. Farm worker, groom, ferryman, pot-man, clerk-public speaker, member of Parliament-Under-Secretary of State for India (1931). He was a member of the London County Council from 1919 to 1925, and has been its Chairman since 1934.
The Ceremony of the Keys carried out by the Chief Warder in conjunction with The 2nd Bn. Scots Guards, from the Tower of London
(By permission of the Constable, H.M.
Tower of London)
Listeners will hear this ancient ceremony carried out exactly as it has been done every night for centuries past. The Chief Warder meets his escort at the Bloody Tower. He proceeds with his escort to the Barrier, locks the entrance gate, and returns through the Middle and Byward Towers, locking each in turn. After being challenged by the sentry at the Bloody Tower, the warder and escort pass through to the Main Guard, who salute the keys by presenting arms. The Chief Warder, raising his hat, calls out: ' God preserve King George! ' The Tower Clock strikes ten ; and the ceremony concludes with the sounding of the Last Post.
Variety's most versatile Sextet
Directed by Mick Atlas
Singer of Sophisticated Songs with Bill Williamson at the Piano
Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Evelyn Bury (soprano)
from the Grand Hotel, Torquay