(Congregational) from Immanuel Congregational
9.30 Order of Service
Sanctus, Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts (Cong.H. 906)
Invitation to worship
Invocation, Versicles and Responses Hymn, Lord of all being, throned afar (Cong.H. 6 ; S.P. 564)
Prayers and Lord's Prayer
Hvmn, Love divine, all loves excelling
'(Cong.H. 157; S.P. 573)
Address by the Rev. G. HARTLEY
HOLLOWAY Hvmn , Rise up, 0 men of God!
(Cong.H. 524 ; S.P. 635)
Organist and choirmaster,
Clive Richardson and Rene Pougnet
(All arrangements by Michaeloff)
Conductor, J. C. Dyson
Stanley Pope (baritone)
with Diana Clare
C. H. Middleton and F. H. Grisewood
This afternoon Frederick Grisewood will take another wander around his Surrey garden accompanied by C. H. Middleton. They are going to discuss seasonal aspects of the garden in general and chrysanthemums in particular. For the past three years now Grisewood has been working on this garden, which, when started, was only a rough field. 1 present maturity may be said to be due greatly to the collaboration of C. H. Middleton.
Favourite pieces from the repertoire of The New Metropolitan Symphony
Leader, Mimi Brennand
Conductor, Serge Krish from the People's Palace, Mile Enc'
Four years ago Serge Krish founded the New Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra to provide the East Enc' of London with a musical centn comparable to Queen's Hall. His efforts have been swiftly crowned with success. His latest achievement is the establishment of a season of twenty-two Sunday Symphony Concerts at the People's Palace, Mile End Road, during the autumn and winter.
. Krish's venture has the active blessing of Vaughan Williams , Bliss, Ireland, Frank Bridge, Lambert, Benjamin, Dyson, Britten, Quilter. Eric Coates, and Haydn Wood , all of whom will conduct one or more of their own compositions during the s.aGua.
' The Need of the Day '—3
The Rt. Hon. The Lord Kennet,
2—' Parish Churches in the Country '
Sir Eric Maclagan , C.B.E.,
Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum
The Kutcher String Quartet:
Samuel Kutcher (violin)
Max Saalpeter (violin)
Raymond Jeremy (viola)
Douglas Cameron (violoncello) with Watson Forbes (viola)
No. 2, New Series
Written by Wilfrid Rooke Ley , with music played by The BBC Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
Singer, Ivor John
At the table
Produced by Hedley Briggs
The Man with the Cloak:
with Robert Wilson
(Church of England) from St. Mary's Portsea, Portsmouth
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, 0 worship the King (E.H. 466 ; A. and M. 167, omitting vv. 4 and 5) Sentence
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm cxlvi
Lesson, St. John iv, 1-11 Magnificat
Hymn, 0 Holy Spirit, Lord of grace
(E.H. 453 ; A. and M. 208)
Address by the Rev.
Canon H. C. ROBINS , Vicar of Portsea
Hymn, Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (E.H. 536, omitting vv. 4, 5, and 6 ; A. and M. 657)
Prayer and Blessing
Organist, F. B. Coley
Canon H. C.
An appeal on behalf of THE LONDON CHEST HOSPITAL by LESLIE BANKS
The London Chest Hospital owes its origin to a meeting in 1848 of City men who were impressed with the need of provision for the workers suffering from chest diseases. It is one of the oldest chest hospitals in the country.
Annual expenditure is over
£40,000, and income from investments only £2,500.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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, at 9.0
Adapted as a radio serial by H. Beaufoy Milton
Produced by Peter Creswell
Part 3—The-Lovers are divided and Gerard is imprisoned
Cast (by permission of H M Tennent, Ltd )
Priests, men-at-arms, a sergeant, watchmen, etc., J. Adrian Byme ,
Peter Standfast , David Tearle
The scene is Holland in the fifteenth century
Here is a synopsis of former instalments of this serial, intended both for those who have not been able to follow them and for those who like to refresh their memories before listening to tonight's broadcast.
Gerard, son of a cloth-merchant in the Dutch town of Tergou, wins a prize for writing on vellum in a great contest of artists and painters, organised by Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy at the end of the fifteenth century. Gerard is destined for the Church, and is promised a benefice as soon as he is ordained. His parents, happy and confident in this knowledge, rely on him to be the support of the family--consisting of little crippled Kate, Giles a mis-shapen and malicious dwarf, and the two ne'er-do-wells, Cornelius and Sybrandt-when they are gone. Their happiness is rudely shattered when Ghysbrecht van Swieten, Burgomaster of Tergou. tells them that Gerard loves Margaret Brandt , the beautiful daughter of Peter Brandt , poor physician and scholar of the neighbouring town of Sevenbergen. The Burgomaster's hostility arises from fear that Gerard may discover his embezzlement of properties that belong to Peter Brandt.
Elias, his father:
Catherine, his mother:
Margaret, his love:
Martin Wittenhaagen, an old archer:
The Dame Van Eyck, Gerard's patroness:
Reicht Heynes, her servant:
Sybrandt, Gerard's youngest brother:
Cornelius, his eldest brother:
Peter Brandt, Margaret's father:
Ghysbrecht Van Swieten, Burgomaster of Tergou, Gerard's enemy:
by Olga Haley (contralto)
(For details, see page 79)
(Q) , at 11.0
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