(Church of England) from Croydon Parish Church
9.30 Order of Service
Hymn, Ten thousand times ten thousand (A. and M. 222)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm xv
Lesson, Isaiah ii, 1-5 Benedictus Collects
Hymn, My soul, there is a country
Address by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of CROYDON
Hymn, These things shall be! (S.P.
Organist, and choirmaster,
H. Leslie Smith
Conductor, Clifford Greenwood
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Walton O'Donnell
Plants for the Beginner's
C. H. Middleton and T. Hay
with Don Carlos
A gramophone record programme
Presented by Doris Arnold
Conducted by the Very Rev. J. H Hertz, Ph.D. (Chief Rabbi of the British Empire) and Rabbi Dayan M. Gollop (Senior Jewish Chaplain to His Majesty's Forces),
Music rendered by The Band of His Majesty's Scots Guards
(by permission of Colonel E. W. S. Balfour, D.S.O., O.B.E., Af.C., Commanding Scots Guards)
Conducted by Captain H. E. Dowell, Director of Music, Scots Guards
The Last Post
One Minute Silence Reveille
Hymn, Adon Olam (Lord of the World)
Psalm and Prayer by the Chief Rabbi from the Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall
Colonel E. W. S.
by Leyland White (baritone)
' Civilising the Cannibal'
The Rev. Benjamin Butcher , of the London Missionary Society
Light Music by British Composers
General the Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts ,
C.H. from South Africa
Rt. Hon. J. C.
String Quartet in F
1 Allegro moderato. 2 Asscz vif. 3 Tres lent. 4 Vif et agite played by The Menges String Quartet:
Isolde Menges (violin)
Beatrice Carrelle (violin) John Yewe Dyer (viola) Ivor James (violoncello)
F. Buckley Hargreaves
by William Shakespeare
In a shortened version for the microphone
(by permission of O'Bryen, Linnit, and Dunfee)
(by permission of Roy Limbert )
(by permission at Howard Wyndham and Bronson Albery)
(by permission of O'Bryen, Linnit, and Dunfee)
(by permission of Stephen Mitchell )
Gentlemen and ladies of the court, officers, servants, etc.
The scene is sometimes in Sicilia, sometimes in Bohemia
Production by Barbara Burnham
See the article on page 10
Leontes, King of Sicilia:
Mamillius, young Prince of Sicilia:
Lords of Sicilia ::
Polixenes, King of Bohemia:
Florizel, Prince of Bohemia:
An old shepherd, reputed father of Perdita:
Autolycus, a rogue:
Hermione, Queen to Leontes:
Perdita, daughter to Leontes and Hermione:
Paulina, wife to Antigonus:
(Church of England)' from the Studio
Order of Service
Hymn, Immortal, Invisible, God only wise (S.P. 535)
Lesson, Philippians iii, 1-15 Prayers and Intercessions
Hymn, As pants the hart for cooling streams (S.P. 449 ; A. and M. 238)
Address by the Rev. Canon V. F. STORR , Sub-Dean of Westminster and Rector of St. Margaret's
Hvmn, Ye servants of the Lord (S.P.
'702 ; A. and M. 268)
Rev. Canon V. F.
A appeal on behalf of THE BRITISH LEGION by Major-General Sir FREDERICK MAURICE, K.C.M.G., C.B. H.M. the King is Patron of the British Legion, which was formed by the late Field Marshal Earl Haig in 1921, when there were 1,500 local branches. Today the organisation consists of no fewer than 4,365 men's and 1,739 women's branches.
The benevolent work of the Legion for necessitous ex-Service men and their families includes the relief of distress through 4,028 honorary benevolent committees ; an employment organisation which places an average of 40,000 ex-Service men in work annually ; a village settlement for tuberculous ex-Service men ; and a housing scheme for disabled married men. Its poppy factory, with 400 disabled workers, is the largest workshop in the world in which none but war-disabled men are employed. It has departments solely concerned with the after-care of war-orphans, and Great War pensioners, and there is a pensions fund for prematurely aged ex-Service men. It also provides financial assistance to many other Associations, including a regular annual grant of £15,000 to St. Dunstan's.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to The Organising Secretary, British Legion, [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
as 'Gerard' in Charles Reade 's famous romance
'THE CLOISTER AND THE
Adapted as a radio serial by H. Beaufoy Milton
Produced by Peter Creswell
Part 4-' Rescue. The enemy strikes again '
(by permission of H. M. Tennenl Ltd.)
Constables, men-at-arms, etc.
The scene is Holland in the fifteenth century
Synopsis of Previous Instalments
Destined for the priesthood, Gerard, the son of a Tergou cloth merchant, has, unknown to his parents, fallen in love with Margaret, daughter of Peter Brandt of a neighbouring village. Gerard's family is informed of this by Ghysbrecht van Swieten, Burgomaster of Tergou, who wishes harm to Gerard since he fears discovery of an ancient wrong done by the Burgomaster to Peter and his daughter. Gerard admits his intention of marrying Margaret, and therefore giving up the priesthood, to his father, Elias, who threatens to have the Burgomaster imprison him until he abandons Margaret. Gerard's benefactress, Dame van Eyck, advises him to wed Margaret and fly with her to Italy. News of this comes to Gerard's wicked brothers, Cornelius and Sybrandt, who inform the Burgomaster, and the marriage rites are interrupted by constables who carry Gerard off to imprison him in the Stadthaus of Tergou.
A Story Teller:
Catarina, his mother:
Kate, his crippled sister:
Giles, a dwarf, his brother:
Margaret, his love:
Martin Wittenhaagen, an old archer:
Peter Brandt, Margaret's father:
Ghysbrecht van Swieten, Burgomaster of Tergou:
Henchmen of the Burgomaster : Dierich Brouwer:
1-' The Danube '
Walford Hyden and his Orchestra with Laelia Finneberg and Clifford Bean Bryan Powley
Production by Ronald Waldman
A short story written for broadcasting by Helen Simpson and read by the author
(For details, see page 48)
Shipping Forecast at 11.0