at the BBC Theatre Organ presents a programme of requests and music from the BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by KENNETH ALWYN Producer PETER PILBEAM
(Requests to Reginald Dixon. BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester)
Max Bygraves tells in his own words, and those of his friends, the story of his climb from humble beginnings in South-East London to international fame as an entertainer.
1: From Rotherhithe to RAF Script and narration by David Gell Producer
From Hartford Methodist Church, Northwich. Cheshire, with the combined choirs of Hartford Methodist Church, Northwich Methodist Circuit and Northwich Festival Choir conducted by cyril DAWES Organist PETER BRIDGE
Prayer and Blessing by REV JOHN LLOYD WILLIAMS Hymns introduced by KEITH MACKLIN
Sing praise to God who reigns above (Mit Freuden Zart); Life and light and joy are founded (Charterhouse); All for Jesus (All for Jesus); Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); 0 word of God incarnate (Bentley); Spirit of wisdom, turn our eyes (Pembroke); Leave God to order all thy ways (Aldersgate Street); Lord Jesus, in the days of old (Companion)
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