(Church of England) from St. Mark's, North Audley Street
11.0 Order of Service
Introit, Come, Holy Ghost (Vinden) Lord's Prayer and Responses Psalm cxlv
First Lesson, Isaiah xi, 1-6 Te Deum
Second Lesson, St. John xiv, 15-31 Jubilate
Creed and Responses Collects
Anthem, Creator Spirit (Armstrong) Prayers
Hymn, Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire (E.H. 153; S.P. 178)
Address by the Rev. K. H. THORNEYCROFT
Hymn, Love of the Father (E.H. 438;
Organist, Maurice Vinden
Rev. K. H.
(All the above items arranged by Frederick Kell )
The Clarilyn Sextet, which consists of two violins, viola, cello, bass, with clarinet added, broadcast for the first time in July last year. It is claimed that such a combination playing light and classical music was the first to be introduced over the radio in this country. The aim of the Sextet is that of sweet, quiet music calculated to soothe the listener.
Frederick Kell , a well-known York musician, founded the combination, and himself finds and arranges all the music.
with Arsene Kirilloff
★ C. H. Middleton
with Tessa Deane
(by permission of James Shirvell )
(Organised by the British Broadcasting
Corporation) from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Zinka Milanov (soprano)
Kerstin Thorborg (contralto)
Koloman von Pataky (tenor)
Nicola Moscona (bass)
The BBC Choral Society
(Chorus Master, Leslie Woodgate )
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by ARTURO TOSCANINI
Mass in D (Missa Solennis)
1 Kyrie Eleison
2 Gloria in excelsis 3 Credo
4.5 4 Sanctus
5 Agnus Dei
with Percy Manchester
3—'Suffering and God's will '
The Rev. Leslie D. Weatherhead
Rev. Leslie D.
A serial play broadcast in nine weekly instalments with Robert Douglas , Milton Rosmer , and Thea Holme
Adapted by Jack Inglis from the novel by Anthony Hope
Music composed by Robert Chignell and Leslie Woodgate and recorded by the BBC Orchestra (Section C), conducted by Leslie Woodgate
Final Episode: 'If Love Were All'
Cast in order of speaking
(by permission of O'Bryen,
Linnit, and Dunfee)
(by permission of O'Bryen,
Linnit, and Dunfee)
Production by Leslie Stokes
Antoinette de Mauban:
Fritz von Tarlenheim:
Rose (Lady Burlesdon):
Recorded impressions of a day in the capital of France
Produced by Laurence Gilliam and Robert Kemp
Many listeners will remember that colourful feature programme, ' The Spirit of Paris ' that was broadcast during the visit of M. and Mme. Lebrun to England in March this year. Producers Laurence Gilliam and Robert Kemp spent some time in Paris with a car, and with the help of Andre Beucler collected a medley of radio pictures, some grave, some gay, taking the listeners through a Parisian day. On that occasion you heard about the Paris of the Parisian, but this evening you will visit the Paris more generally associated with la tourisme.
The car-load of English visitors, whom you may remember following round Paris night life in the last programme, will be on the trail again, this time having a look at the Paris they want to see by day. But the evening will not be forgotten, and once again the voice of the gay city will be broadcast in its many tones and semi-tones to British listeners.
This is Frank Walker 's last broadcast with his Miniature Orchestra before going to Dovercourt for a ten weeks' summer season at the Cliff Pavilion. Though Walker and his Miniature Orchestra gave their first broadcast in the summer of 1938 he has been a radio favourite for a long time. He started studying the violin at the age of five and has played in cinemas, conducted symphony orchestras, broadcast with his Octet for many years, and played his cello for the Diaghilev -Russian Ballet at Covent Garden.
(Church of England)
Closing Service of the London Music Festival from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting
Order of Service
Introit, The Spirit of the Lord filleth the whole world — Alleluia! (Walford Davies)
Hymn, Hail thee, festival day (S.P.
389, vv. 1, 6, 9-11)
Psalms xcviii and cl
Lesson, Ephesians iv, vv. 1-6, 25-end Magnificat (Charles Wood in F) Prayers
Anthem, Let us now praise famous men (Henry Ley)
Address by His Grace the Lord
Archbishop of CANTERBURY
Hvmn, Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (S.P. 626 ; A. and M. 657)
An appeal on behalf of THE MANCHESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY by GRACIE FIELDS
The Manchester Royal Infirmary was founded in 1752 in a small house with only twelve beds. Today, with 885 beds under its direct control, it is the largest teaching hospital in the provinces.
The Infirmary, which serves not only the city of Manchester but the whole of the north-western region of England, is equipped with every modern clinic required in a large general teaching hospital.
The most recent addition is a large orthopaedic and physio-therapeutic block with a daily fracture clinic where injured persons are restored to their normal duties in a fraction of the time hitherto required.
The deficits on the Maintenance
Fund have during the past eight years totalled £128,543 and its free capital reserves have now come to an end.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should he addressed to Miss Gracie Fields, [address removed].
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
New Series No. 1
The BBC Men's Theatre Chorus
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor. Stanford Robinson
Soloist, Lorely Dyer
The programme arranged by Gwen Williams
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
St. John xiv, 15-18, 25-31
Come down, 0 Love Divine (S.P.
Romans viii, 13, 14