@ (Church of England) from Lichfield Cathedral
Order of Service
'Hymn, Let the song go round the earth (A. and M. 736)
Confession and Absolution Versicles and Responses Psalm xcvi
Lesson, John xx, 19-23
Jubilate (Brewer in E flat) Collects
Hymn, Jesus shall reign (A. and M.
220 ; S.P. 545)
Address bv the Right Rev. E. S. WOODS, D.D
., Bishop of Lichfield
Hymn, 0 for a thousand tongues to sing (A. and M. 522 ; S.P. 595)
Organist and Choirmaster,
Ambrose P. Porter
Rev. E. S.
Ⓓ for Farmers and Shipping
with Brian Lawrance
(All items arranged by Fred Hartley )
@ The BBC Men's Chorus
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Stuart Robertson (baritone)
At the pianoforte,
Ernest Lush Begone, dull care (p. 4) The Dumb Wife (p. 10) Old King Cole
Shenandoah (p. 78) Sir Eglamore (p. 40)
The Wiltshire Wedding (p. 52) We be soldiers three (p. 50) Donkey riding (p. 63)
In the fields in frost and snows (p. 92) The Old Chariot (p. 68) Michael Finnagen
Robinson Crusoe (p. 112)
(The page numbers refer to The
Oxford Song Book, vol. 2)
@ played by Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye
Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye are well known to listeners for their broadcasts in Variety and Music-Hall. They made their debut on the air in 1934 and their partnership came about in a romantic way.
Dave Kaye worked for three years in a timber merchant's office and was thrown out of work by a slump. He got a job as accompanist to a girl who sang songs in a store. Later he formed his "own dance band, and in time became pianist to Jerry Hoey , Syd Lipton , and Jack Harris. By chance he met Ivor Moreton , who had been wasting his time in a stockbroker's office, and they joined up.
with Louise Hayward
Conductor, William Haydock
sung by Parry Jones (tenor)
The Passionate Shepherd
Take, 0, take those lips away There is a lady sweet and kind Sleep
The Countryman The Fox
A prayer to Saint Anthony of Padua The Sick Heart Piggesnie Good Ale
Walking the Woods Yarmouth Fair
Parry Jones was born at Blaina, Monmouthshire, the son of a well-known Welsh amateur tenor. He studied under Albert Visetti at the Royal College of Music, and at Milan. He went to America in 1913 and sang for two. years at the Metropolitan Opera House. He also made several successful concert tours.
Wrecked at Sea
He returned to England in May, 1915, on the last voyage of the Lusitania. When -the liner went down he was in the water for six and a half hours before being rescued by a trawler. As a result of this experience Parry Jones had a nervous breakdown for two years.
On regaining his health he joined the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company for one tour, and then the Carl Rosa Opera Company for four seasons.
Parry Jones is one of the most versatile of British singers, for not only is he successful in opera, oratorio, and lighter types of song, but he is a fine interpreter of German lieder and French song. Furthermore, he has devoted a great deal of time to the songs of British composers, particularly those of Peter Warlock , a representative programme of which he will sing this afternoon.
Listeners are referred to page 12, where they will find an interesting summing up of Peter Warlock as song composer by Constant Lambert.
Presented by Frank Stewart
Down in the Gardens at Kew Stacey
—2 by J. W. Lydekker ,
F.R.Hist.S., Archivist to the S.P.G., and members of his staff
The cast includes :
Harold Scott, Atholl Fleming (by permission of O'Bryen, Linnit, .and Dunfee), Peter Henschel, Bryan
Produced by Geoffrey Dearmer
The work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in the American Colonies was illustrated in last Sunday's programme. With the recognition by England of the independence of the United States in 1783, the Society transferred its activities to other lands.
'I'he scenes of today's programme, accordingly, illustrate the expansion of the Society's work in Canada, India, Australia, the islands of the Pacific, and South Africa, during the nineteenth century.
During the next fourteen weeks a different guest artist will come to the microphone every fortnight to give a film talk. The guest artist to speak today is editor of The Tablet and has been on the editorial staff of The Times since 1926. He writes the dramatic criticisms for Punch and has written film criticisms for that journal in the past.
Douglas Woodruff was in charge of press publicity for the Empire Marketing Board before joining the BBC in 1934. He stayed with the Corporation until 1936, and is the author of several books, including ' Plato's American Republic '.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
(Church of England) from Guildford Cathedral
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Thou art the way (A. and M.
General Confession, Lord's Prayer, and Versicles
Lesson, Matthew vi, 24-34 Nunc Dimittis
Creed and Collects
Hymn, When all Thy mercies, 0 my
God (A. and M. 517 ; S.P. 694)
Address by the Very Rev. E. G. SOUTHAM , Provost of Guildford
Hymn, Glory to Thee, my God, this night (A. and M. 23 ; S.P. 45)
Organist, J. A. Sowerbutts
Very Rev. E. G.
An appeal on behalf of THE YOUTH HOSTELS ASSOCIATION by JOHN HILTON
The Youth Hostels Association, which opened its first hostel in 1931, provides hostel accommodation for ' young people of any age who wish to travel in the countryside of England and Wales.
In the short space of seven years well over 70,000 members have been enrolled and over two million over-nights ' have been provided, yet at some of the hostels at holiday time a thousand members may have to be turned away. This year, with ' holidays with pay ' turning the minds of manual workers towards health-giving country air and exercise, the demand for inexpensive accommodation such as the hostels provide is likely to be greater than ever. Money is needed for new hostels to meet this demand. The movement is international. A membership card issued by any Youth Hostel Association is an open sesame to the 4,000 Youth Hostels of every country throughout the world.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
including Weather Forecast
Written by Robert Speaight
Produced by John Pudney
Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ
(by permission of the Royal Bath Hotel, Bournemouth)
(For details, see page 71)