(Baptist) from Park Road Baptist Church,
Hymn, Crown Him with many crowns (Rv.B.C.H. 142 ; A. and M. 304)
Chant, Trust in the Lord (Rv.B.C.H.
Hymn, One holy church of God appears (Rv.B.C.H. 466)
Address by the Rev. KEITH TUCKER
Hymn, How firm a foundation
Organist and Choirmaster,
from Trinity Calvinistic Methodist
Order of Service
Hymn 19, Henffych i enw lesu gwiw (Tune, Lledrod)
Reading in unison, Psalm xxiii
Reading, Romans viii, 28-39
Hymn 574, Pwy a'm dwg i'r ddinas gadarn ? (Tune, Tyddyn Llwyn )
Hymn 253, Ni thrig awelon nef
Address by the Rev. E. GWYN EVANS
Hymn 588, Anweledig! 'rwy'n dy garu (Tune, Dusseldorf)
Organist, D. E. Williams
The hymns and tunes from Llyfr Emynau a Thonau y Methodistiaid
Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd.
Rev. E. Gwyn
Conductor, Harry Mortimer
Franklyn Kelsey (bass)
at the BBC Theatre Organ in a programme of music by Twelve British Composers
C. H. Middleton
This afternoon C. H. Middleton will come alone to the microphone to give hints on the planting of roses and flowering shrubs.
Milan Symphony Orchestra,
Overture, Tancredi (Rossini)
Lawrence Tibbett (baritone):
Largo al factotum (The Barber of Seville) (Rossini)
Tito Schipa (tenor): Com' e gentil (Softly beams the light) (Don Pasquale ) (Donizetti)
Lily Pons (soprano): Caro nome.
(Act 1, Rigoletto) (Verdi)
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Toscanini: Prelude to Act 3 (La
Maria Jeritza (soprano): Vissi d'arte (Act 2, Tosca) (Puccini)
Rosetta Pampanini (soprano),
Dino Borgioli (tenor): 0 soave fanciulla (La Boheme) (Puccini)
Beniamino Gigli (tenor): Che gelida manina (La Boheme) (Puccini)
Leader, John Davies
Conductor, Kneale Kelley from the Winter Garden ,
' In the Copper Belt'
' United missionary effort in Central Africa'
The Rev. R. J. B. Moore
In the Copper Belt area of Northern Rhodesia thousands of Africans are being attracted from their villages over a vast area by the opportunity of work in the copper-mines. New and grave problems have arisen owmg to the separation of the native from his tribal life and the novel indutrial conditions in which he finds himself.
To meet the situation, the London
Missionary Society, the Church of Scotland, the Baptist Missionary Society, the Methodist Missionary Society, the United Society foe
Christian Literature (better known as the R.T.S.), and the Universities Missions to Central Africa, representing the Anglican Church, are now co-operating in Christian and social work among a population of nearly forty thousand native ' copper belt' workers.
The Rev. R. J. B. Moore , of the London Missionary Society, one of this joint team, will give first-hand information of this entirely novel piece of modern missionary endeavour.
Rev. R. J. B.
Rev. R. J. B.
The Rev. Donald 0. Soper, Ph.D.
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Julian Clifford
Shula Doniach (pianoforte)
Readers, Felix Aylmer and Igor Vinogradoff
'THE ALCESTIS' of Euripides in a new English version by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald with music specially composed by Allan Sly
(By pennission of the Duchess Theatre)
(By permission of Sir Seymour Hicks and Charles Macdona )
Scene, Before the Palace of Admetus
Music directed by Anthony Lewis
Production by Barbara Burnham
from St. Martin-in-the-Fields
Hymn, 0 God, our help in ages past
(A. and M. 165 ; S.P. 598)
Confession and Thanksgivings Psalm xlvi
Lesson, Ephesians vi Deus Misereatur Prayers
Hymn, Soldiers of the Cross, arise
(A. and M. 588 ; S.P. 642)
Address by the Rev. PAT McCormick , D.S.O.
Hymn, Glory to Thee, my God, this night (A. and M. 23 ; S.P. 45)
Organist, J. H. Alden
An appeal on behalf of LOWESTOFT AND NORTH SUFFOLK HOSPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND, by CHRISTOPHER STONE , D.S.O., M.C.
For over a century the town of Lowestoft has maintained a hospital for the benefit, in the main, of its seafaring population. The fishing industry is always a precarious occupation, but the fisher folk have seen to it that the needs of their hospital have been more or less supplied. Since the war it has been necessary to find £10,000 every year to run the hospital, and in spite of severe depression existing in the area of Lowestoft and North Suffolk, this comparatively large sum has been met annuallv.
But now the hospital is faced with a capital expenditure of at least £20,000 for urgent structural alterations and additions, including a nurses' home, now being built and very badly required.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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A Programme of American Music
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Solo pianoforte, Arthur Sandford
A short programme from the birthplace of Dr. Johnson in Lichfield
Presented by Moray McLaren
This programme, to be broadcast from the house in which Dr. Johnson was born, was arranged for September 12, a few days before the 128th anniversary of his birth (September 18, 1709), but it had to be postponed. Moray McLaren will be discovering for himself a famous literary shrine and giving his own picture of it. Sounds from the city of Lichfield will be introduced and some local people will speak. There has been only one broadcast from the Johnson house before.
(For details, see page 44)
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