(Methodist) from the Studio
Order of Service
Hymn, Sweetly the holy hymn (New
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Worship, and thanks, and blessing (New M.H.B. 412)
Lesson, Psalm xxiii ; St. Luke, xv,
Hymn, Mv Soul, repeat His praise
(New M.H.B. 54)
Address by the Rev. L. F. CHURCH ,
Ph.D., Connexional Editor to the Methodist Church
Hymn, The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want (New M.H.B. 50)
Rev. L. F.
from Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist
Order of Service
Emyn 254, 0 Ysbryd Sancteiddiolaf
Darllen rhan o'r Ysgrythur
Emyn 242, Nesa at fy enaid, Waredwr y tlawd (Ton, Glenydd)
Gweddi Emyn 770, 0 Deued pob Cristion i
Fethlem yr awron (Ton, Olwen)
Emyn 716, Duw a Thad yr holl genhedloedd (Ton, Hydcr)
Pregeth gan y Parch. R. VAUGHAN
Emyn 341, Arglwydd lesu, Ilanw'th
Eglwys (Ton, Eifionydd)
Y Fendith Apostolaidd
Emyn 432, Fy ngorchwyl yn y byd
(Ton, Wirksworth) Yr Emynau a'r Tonau allan o Lyfr
Emynau y Methodistiaid
Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd
Arweinydd y Gan, Rufus Roberts
Organydd, D. Glynne Barnett
Directed by Max Swart
The BBC Singers (B)
Sybilla Marshall Margaret Rees Winifred Downer Anne Wood Peter Pears Emlyn Bebb Victor Utting
Victor Harding Peter Pears (tenor)
Victor Harding (baritone)
William Kimber (concertina)
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
English Folk Songs
Dashing away with the smoothing iron
I will give my love an apple I'm seventeen come Sunday
WILLIAM KIMBER playing folk dances from Headington, Oxfordshire
Songs from Scotland, Wales and Ireland
0 Willie brewed a PeckV Maut The Ash Grove
St. Patrick was a Gentleman
English Songs for May-Day
The May Morning Hymn The Cornish May Song
Clear the track, let the Bullgine run
York, York for my money Hey for Somersetshire
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
by J. D. Beresford read by the Author
Leader, H. S. Cropper
Conductor, Louis Cohen from the Valley Gardens, Harrogate
Reforming Robbers in the Andamans' by Major Edwin H. Sheard , of the Salvation Army
Major Sheard of the Salvation Army is to deal with his work among the Indian convicts on the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean. He and his wife are in charge of a colony there, where they are helping robbers and murderers to become decent members of society again. Major Sheard is a Blackpool man who lived for many years in India.
Major Edwin H.
The Victor Olof
H. de Vere Stacpoole
This is the first talk in a reminiscent series to be given fortnightly by established broadcasters. H. de Vere Stacpoole, whose talks in the Savoy Hill days will be remembered by many listeners, is famous as the author of ' The Blue Lagoon ', and is surely the most versatile of living novelists. Stories as different as ' The Pools of Silence ' and ' The Street of the Fluteplayer ' have come from his pen, and nobody who read ' Patsy ' and ' Garryowen ' could possibly doubt his being an Irishman.
He is to speak of his childhood and youth—especially his childhood spent at Kingstown. His mother knew Charles Lever and was well up in Irish folk lore; he says that he attributes to her whatever gifts he may have for writing. An Irish doctor, who was stone deaf and carried a stethoscope in his hat, gave him the idea of becoming a doctor. The great charm of his talk lies in his description of the Irish characters he met around his home as a child, among them Macmahon, a gardener, who saw fairies and believed that ships that never came back sailed into the full moon.
with Don Carlos
Owen Bryngwyn (baritone)
Evelyn Rothwell (oboe)
The Stratton String Quartet :
George Stratton (violin); Carl Taylor (violin); Watson Forbes (viola) ;
John Moore (violoncello)
George Stratton has been for many years now one of London's foremost violinists. Principal violin of the London Symphony Orchestra, he is also leader and founder of the Stratton String Quartet, whose performances are well known to radio listeners, as well as concert-goers.
Admired by Bach
Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758) was a pupil of Kuhnau and an eminent contemporary of Bach. As Court Cappelmeister and organist he composed a great deal of music of both a religious and secular style. It is interesting to note that Bach held Fasch's music in such high esteem that he took the trouble to copy out five of Fasch's orchestral suites.
Schumann's Opus 41, dedicated to Mendelssohn, consists of three string quartets, of which the first is being played this evening. All three were composed in practically a month, and on more than one occasion during that period Schumann completed a whole movement in one day.
for Peace from
Hymn, It came upon the midnight clear (S.P. 76)
The Preparation, Thine is the Kingdom, the power, and the glory
Scripture Reading, Luke xviii, 1-8
The Meditation, The Bond of Peace Hymn, Breathe on me, breath of God
(A. and M. 671 ; S.P. 458)
Prayers and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round (S.P. 485)
Address by the Right Hon. Viscount
HALIFAX, K.G., G.C.S.I.
Hymn, Turn back, 0 man, forswear thy foolish ways (S.P. 329)
Organist, J. H. Alden
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMER APPEAL by the Rev. PAT MCCORMICK , D.S.O.
The Holiday Fund was started many years ago by Canon Sheppard' Dick ' Sheppard-then Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. By means of it, both he and his successor there, the Rev. Pat McCormick , have been able to help many poor people to have a good holiday, and especially those who have seen better days and to whom a small gift of money makes all the difference. As all work involved is done by voluntary helpers, there are no overhead expenses, the only charge upon the fund being the cost of postage and printing of receipts. Apart from this, every penny given goes towards somebody's holiday.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
A Pot-Pourri by Julius Buerger The BBC Chorus
(Section C) and The BBC
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Music knows no national frontiers, yet folk music almost invariably is as characteristic as a flag. Fascinating music it is too, full of melody and rhythm, and expressive of the soil and the joys and pains of love. Dr. Buerger has collected the folk music of eleven countries : England, Italy, Germany, Czechoslovakia, France, Poland, Norway, Spain, Austria, Russia and Hungary, and in this programme, which was first broadcast on May 3 and 4, 1936, he has welded this medley of tunes into an hour's pot-pourri. An interesting feature of this broadcast is that the songs will be surfg in the language of their origin.
'A Festival of Folk Music ' mil be broadcast again tomorrow q,in the Regional programme ari.0.
Winifred Small (violin)
Jean Pougnet (violin)
(For details, see page 76)