Ⓓ (Church of England) from Croydon Parish Church
Hymn, For Thy mercy and Thy grace (S.P, 1; A. and M. 73) confession and Absolution
Lord's Prayer and Versicles Venite , vv. 1-7
Lesson, Joshua i, 1, 2, 6-9 Psalm cxxi
Collectswills, Who wisely
Hymn, All as God wills, Who wisely heeds (S.P. 438)
Address by the Right
Rev. W. L. ANDERSON , Bishop of Croydon
Hymn, All the past we leave behind
Organist and Choirmaster,
H. Leslie Smith
Rev. W. L.
from Moriah Calvinistic Methodist
Order of Service
Hvmn 522, 0 Tyred lor Tragwyddol
Reading from the Scriptures
Hymn 376, 0 Iechydwriaeth gadarn
Anthem, Mawr yw yr Arglwydd
(J. T. Rees )
Hymn 499, Anturiaf ymlaen (Tune,
Cefn Bedd Llywelyn)
Address by the Rev. STEPHEN 0.
Hymns 308, 310, and 311, Golchwyd Magdalen yn ddisglair (Tune, Moriah)
The hymns and tunes from ' Llyfr y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd '
Organist, G. Peleg Williams
Directed by Sydney Phasey
March (The Queen of Sheba) - Gounod
Overture, Zampa - Herold
Waltz, II bacio (The Kiss) - Arditi
Selection, Beautiful Helen - Offenbach
Little Old Lady - Carmichael, arr. Zalva
Suite, The Two Pigeons
1 Divertissement. 2 Hungarian Dance. 3 Finale - Messager
Tiny Tots' Parade - Burgess
Perpetuum mobile - Johann Strauss
Selection, Sunny - Kern
The BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Raymond Newell (baritone)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
The Doctor, page 22
The Mermaid, page 120
Rosalie, page 276
Ho-ro, my nut-brown maiden, page 160
A Song of Water, page 176
True Love, page 165
Cock Robin, page 248
Over the sea to Skye, page 206
Riding down from Bangor, page 272
(The page numbers refer to the Scottish Students' Song Book)
@ ' The New Spring Catalogues '
C. H. Middleton
with Diana Clare
The BBC Orchestra
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Julian Clifford
Overture, In Springtime
3.29 Four Dances (The Blue Bird)
1 Dance of the Mistmaids. 2 Dance of Fire and Water. 3 Dance of the Stars. 4 Dance of the Hours
3.40 A Scottish Rhapsody
Norman O'Neill and the Haymarket Theatre were almost inseparable terms. O'Neill was first appointed Music Director of the Haymarket in 1908 and, with one short break, he had been there for a quarter of a century. It was from his pen that a great deal of the delightful music incidental to the Haymarket plays has come. One of his earliest commissions was to write the incidental music to Maeterlinck's The Blue Bird in 1909 ; some of that music has been in concert programmes for nearly twenty-five years, and listeners will agree that it is still as welcome as ever it was. In 1920 he wrote the music to Barrie's Mary Rose ; that, too, still delights us.
Until his recent death, he was a professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and a member of the Board of the Royal Philharmonic Society, as was, by the way, his grandfather, Dr. Callcott, a hundred years ago.
The Rev. Prebendary W. Wilson
Cash, D.S.O , O.B.E., D.D.,
General Secretary of the Church
Today begins the ninety-second observance throughout the world of the Universal Week of Prayer, sponsored by the World's Evangelical Alliance. Special sermons will be preached in many churches today. For many years a brief talk on the subject has been broadcast to listeners, but today Prebendary Wilson Cash will be able to discuss it in greater detail.
The Week of Prayer is world-wide in its outlook and inter-racial in its fellowship ; the prayer topics, translated into one hundred or more languages and dialects, are used by Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Africans, Arabs, Persians, and others. All these join with European missionaries in united prayer. The Week, however, is not confined to the mission fields ; it is, as its name implies, universal.
Tomorrow, by invitation of the Lord Mayor of London, there will be a noon (12 to 1 p.m.) meeting at the Mansion House. The Lord Mayor will preside. A copy of the universal programme will be sent post free on application to the General Secretary, World's Evangelical Alliance, 19, Russell Square , London, W.C.I.
Rev. Prebendary W.
with Cyril Grantham
(All the above items arranged by Fred Hartley )
Walking with Susie - Mitchell
Waltz (The Lilac Domino) - Cuvillier
Nicky - Iris Taylor
Garden in the Rain - Gibbons
Destiny - Baynes
Moods - da Costa
A Rose in her Hair - Warren
Old Man River - Kern
Oh Miss Hannah - Detten
Turkey in the Straw - Hariley
Love's Old Sweet Song - Molloy
The Very Rev. W. R. Matthews ,
K.C V.O., D.D.,
Dean of St. Paul's
' Canst thou by searching find out God ? ' The question of one of Job's comforters persists. What is the answer to it ? In four talks beginning today, Dr. Matthews will examine the parts that can be played by various, elements of the human personality in the discovery and understanding of the Divine. Not one but many ' signposts ' point to God; and it is their cumulative effect that carries conviction. On January 30 Dr. Matthews will answer listeners' questions. Letters should be addressed to The Dean of St. Paul's, c/o Broadcasting House, London, W.I, and envelopes should be marked ' Signposts'.
Very Rev. W. R.
Erika Storm (soprano)
The Grinke Trio:
Frederick Grinke (violin)
Florence Hooton (violoncello)
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
by Norman P. Grant
A dramatic reconstruction of the plot to murder George IV's Ministers, which was devised by Arthur Thistlewood and betrayed by George Edwards
Production by H. L. Morrow
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
(Church of England) from St. Margaret's, Lee
Introit, Jesus, stand among us Confession and Absolution Lesser Litany Psalm cxxi
Lesson, I Corinthians xiii Beatitudes
Yersicles and Prayers
Hymn, Great Shepherd of Thy people, hear (A. and M. 690)
Address by the Rev. Canon F. H. GILLINGHAM
Hymn, Father, let me dedicate (A. and M. 74)
Psalm cxxvii, 1, 2, 3
Organist and Choirmaster,
R. Clifford Smith
Rev. Canon F. H.
An appeal on behalf of the VARIETY ARTISTES' LADIES' GUILD by TOMMY HANDLEY
The Variety Artistes' Ladies' Guild and Orphanage, founded in 1906, relieves suffering among women and children of the Variety profession.
Miss Gracie Fields, President of the organisation, has given a beautiful Home at Peacehaven where twenty-five orphan children reside, but unfortunately there are many other children for whom there is no room, and it is for these, and widows, sick and poor, for whom this appeal is being made. Maternity cases receive special attention.
Calls on the fund this year have been heavier than ever, and money is urgently needed to carry on the work of caring for those whose relations, while they were alive or while they were able to work, not only provided laughter in abundance, but ungrudgingly gave their services in the cause of every charity but their own.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
A programme arranged and presented by Stanford Robinson who conducts the BBC Theatre
Rawicz and Landauer