Louis Preil's Orchestra from Copenhagen
from Buchanan Street E.U. Congregational Church, Coatbridge, Scotland
Order of Service
Hymn, Fight the good fight (Rv.
C.H. 517; A. and M. 540)
Lesson, I Samuel iii, 1-10
Hymn, We love the place, 0 God
(Rv. C.H. 236 ; A. and M. 242)
Address by the Rev. JOHN SMITH
Hymn, The King of love my shepherd is (Rv. C.H. 438 ; A. and M. 197)
Organist, Jean Thomson
Sweden-O.D. Choir, directed by Hugo Alvorsen : Glad Sason Fajeln (Students' Songs) (Prins Gustav)
Germany-Potsdam Men's Choral
Society: Im Krug Zum griinen Kranze (At the sign of the Green Wreath) (Zoilner)
Norway — Guldberg's Academy
Choir: Olav Trygvasen (Reissiger)
France-Suzanne Feyron ,
Louis Lynel (with chorus): Nos vieux moulins (Our Ancient Mills) (Zimmermann)
Finland — Mieskuoro Laulu
Miehet: Tuutulaulu (Palmgren)
Men's Choir: Hij leve lang (Long May He Live) (Van Paeschen)
Russia-Cossack Singers: Cossack's Marching Song. Gypsy Song (trad.)
Denmark-Students' Choir, directed by Johan Hyeknadsen : Kornmodsglause (Muller)
Conducted by William J. Matthews
by Nina Milkina
(All arrangements by Medvedeff)
Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ
Reginald Foort, whose broadcasts from New York on August 21 and 23 were heard by listeners in this country, was due back from his American holiday last night. He has been having what he described in his last postcard as a splendid time, and his millions of fans over here will welcome his voice and music again tonight.
He will be broadcasting regularly until the end of October. On Friday he is to give on the air one of his careless, gay programmes, 'A Day in the Country'.
An appeal on behalf of THE LONDON Y.W.C.A. by NORMAN BIRKETT , K.C.
The Y.W.C.A. is concerned with all questions affecting the welfare of women and girls, and provides for them a practical social serviced In London the demands on it are endless, and include hostels for women travellers and the many thousands of girls whose work takes them away from their homes (among them ' transferred juveniles' from the Special Areas) ; cafeterias, providing good food at moderate prices ; and information bureaux-the Central Club alone dealt with 38,317 enquiries last year.
Centres with club programmes are arranged to meet the needs of the modern girls' leisure hours, indoor and out. These include gym, and keep-fit classes ; dramatic groups ; handicrafts; discussions on topical, personal, and international problems; dancing, walking, games ; and Bible study and worship.
Large centres have been opened on several of the new housing estates, and many more will be opened when funds allow.
Contributions will he gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
A play in three acts by J. M. Barrie , adapted for broadcasting and produced by Cyril Wood
Cast in the order in which they are heard
(by permission of H. M. Tennent, Ltd.)
(by permission of Gaumont-British Picture Corporation, Ltd.)
The action of the play, which covers a period of over thirty years, passes between a small manor house in Sussex, and an island in the Outer Hebrides
The Home of the Morlands - Sussex
Scene 1 - As it was in 1919 Scene 2 - As it used to be in 1889 Act 2
The Island - in the Outer Hebrides - about four years later - 1893
Act 3 The Home of the Morlands - Sussex Scene 1 - As it used to be in 1914 Scene 2 - As it was in 1919
See the article by S. R. Littlewood on page 8
'Mary Rose' will be broadcast again on Tuesday (National, 6.30)
Rev George Amy: