<§' (Church of England) from Highfield Church,
9.30 Order of Service
Hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy (S.P. 187 ;
A. and M. 160)
Exhortation, Confession, Absolution,
Lesson, Joshua i, 1-9 Benedictus Creed
Hymn, Ye watchers and ye holy ones
Address by the Rev. A. S. REEVE Hymn, Thine for ever, God of love
(S.P. 258 ; A. and M. 280)
Organist and Choirmaster,
G. R. L. Hume
Rev. A. S.
G. R. L.
Seirbhis Ghaidhlig bho Eaglais Albert Square , Dundeagh (National Mod of the Highland Association-A Gaelic Service from
Albert Square Church, Dundee)
Seirbhise Salm xl, 1-4 (air fonn BaUerma)
Umuigh Leughadh bho'n t-Seann Tiomnadh,
Salm ciii, 1-3 (air fonn Coleshill)
Leughadh bho'n Tiomnadh Nuadh ,
Galatianach iv, 1-12
Urnuigh an Tigheama Salm , lxxxv, 1-5 (air fonn Martyrdom)
An Searmon. An t-Urr. Padruig 1.
Umuigh Salm lxxii, 17-19 (air fonn Kilmarnock)
An leughadh leis an Urramach Seoras Mac Gilleathain, agus Ie Ruaraidh
An t-seinn Ie Coisir Chiiivil Gomunn Gaidhealach Dhundeagh. Fear togail fuinn-Dughal, Mac an t-Sagairt
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
Foster Richardson (bass)
P. S. G.
The Comedy Harmonists: Overture, The Barber of Seville (Rossini). Humoreske (Eine kleine Fruiihlingsweise) (A Little Spring Tune) (Dvorak)
Mario Braggiotti and Jacques
Fray (piano duets): Variations on Yankee Doodle. Manhattan Serenade (Alter)
Grace Moore (soprano) (with male chorus): Ciribiribin (Pestalozza). Funiculi, funicula (Denza)
The Autumn Show
C. H. Middleton and Col. F. R. Durham
Year by year the outstanding horticultural event of the autumn is the Royal Horticultural Society's Show, which was held this year at Olympia from last Wednesday, September 29 to October 1. The demand for space for all classes of exhibits exceeded that at either of the past two shows -the frontage of the exhibits covering nearly two miles. Dahlias, roses, gladioli; stove and greenhouse plants; vegetables and exhibits of fruit ; trees and shrubs ; plants for the herbaceous border and rock garden ; educational exhibits by the staff of the Society's experimental gardens at Wisley. This afternoon C. H. Middleton (broadcasting once again on Sundays) is to bring to the microphone Colonel Durham, President of the Royal Horticultural Society, to discuss the great autumn flower show which has just taken place.
Col. F. R.
with Carmen del Rio
Leader, Mimi Brennand
Conductor, Serge Krish from the People's Palace,
Mile End Road
Serge Krish founded the New Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in 1934 for the purpose of giving symphony concerts in the East End of London, and thus providing that part of the city with the equivalent of Queen's Hall. In December of that year the orchestra gave its first concert at the Trocadero, Elephant and Castle, with great success. The orchestra consists of eighty musicians of both sexes, the majority of whom are good orchestral musicians who, for many economic reasons, have found it difficult to practise their profession within recent years. The Metropolitan Orchestra, through continual rehearsal under the experienced baton of Serge Krish , attains an excellent ensemble, and its progress is also assisted by the active co-operation of many of the leading British singers, violinists, and pianists.
The Largest Family in India
The Rev. J. A. Graham ,
It is nearly fifty years now since Dr. Graham, a member of the Church of Scotland and founder of the St. Andrew's Colonial Homes at Kalimpong, Bengal, went out- there with his wife; they were the first missionaries of the Young Men's Guild of the Church of Scotland. They were to be touched by the plight of half-a-dozen Anglo-Indian children whom nobody seemed to want. Dr. Graham secured a bungalow for them, and put a widow in charge. And so began the St.
Andrew's Homes with which his name will always be associated.
Hundreds of boys and girls have passed through this steadily growing
'Children's City ' on the slopes of the Himalayas, where now between six hundred and seven hundred in the charge of a staff of seventy can be accommodated. They come from all over India, grow up, and go into every part of the world, many of them to hold responsible positions.
Dr. Graham, known far and wide as the ' Dr. Barnardo of India ', was the first missionary Jo be Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and though he retired from active missionary service a few years ago, he returned to India to live and work among his large family '.
Rev. J. A.
by The Choir of the Russian Orthodox
Theological Academy, Paris
Leader, Ivan Denissov
The Prayer of St. Simeon (from The
Vespers of the ancient chants)
The Hymn to the Cross (Kiev Chant harmonised by Denissov)
The Hymn of the Holy Eucharist
(Znamenny Chant harmonised by Denissov)
Hymn of Praise to Our Lady (Chant of Tsar Feodor (1584-1598) harmonised by A. Ilyashenko )
Beatitudes (Znamenny Chant harmonised by Denissov)
The Hymn of the burial of our Lord
(Bulgarian Chant harmonised by Denissov)
From the Easter Service
Greek Chant harmonised by Denissov Valaam Chant harmonised by Balakirev
Verse and Tropar harmonised by Glazunov
The Lord's Prayer
' The Eve of the Great War '
Readers, Igor Vinogradoff and Felix Aylmer
with Brian Lawrance
Songs of Stephen Foster
(All arranged by Fred Hartley )
by Gerald Bullett read by the author
Conducted by Harold Lowe
(Salvation Army) from Regent Hall , Oxford Street
Order of Service
Hymn, Jesus, the Name high over all
(S.A. Song Book 217. Tune-Covenant)
Vocal Party: Jesus, Thou art everything to me
Scripture Reading, John x, 1-10
Tell me the story of Jesus, sung by Doris Coles
Address by Commissioner
JOHN MCMILLAN , Chief of Staff
Hymn, Just as I am (S.A. Song
Book 160 ; A. and M. 255)
An appeal on behalf of THE ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL,
BELFAST by the Most Hon. the Marquess of LONDONDERRY, K.G.
The Hospital was opened in 1903 -with 300 beds. Since then 136 beds have been added without any general appeal to the public for funds. Today, however, the existing 436 beds fall very far short of meeting the demands upon them, and there is a resultant waiting list of more than 1,500 people.
The ' Coronation Extension'
Special Appeal for £100,000 has as its object the enlargement of the existing wards to accommodate 102 additional beds and the provision of other buildings and equipment coincident with the scheme of extension. £45,000 has been received: Y55,000 is still needed.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
Conductor, Walter Goehr
The BBC Chorus
Light Music Through the Ages-1
(All arrangements by George Walter )
Max Rostal (violin)
Franz Osborn (pianoforte)
MAI ROSTAL AND FRANZ OSBORN
Sonata in G (K. 379)
Adagio--Allegro. Tema con variazioni
Rondo in D (K. 485)
MAX ROSTAL AND FRANZ OSBORN
Sonata in C (K. 296)
Allegro vivace. Andante sostenuto. Rondo: Allegro
Further recitals in this series will be broadcast as follows: Monday (National, 8.30) ; Wednesday (Regional, 6.0) ; Thursday (National,
9.20) ; and Friday (Regional, 7.30).