from the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne Violin solos by TOM JENKINS :
At the piano, SYDNEY FFOULKES
from Holy Trinity Church,
South Shore, Blackpool
Hymn, Stand up and bless the Lord (A. and M. 706)
Invocation and Prayer
Lesson, II Esdras ii, 42-end; Hebrews xii, I and 2 Hymn, Lead us, heavenly father, lead us (A. and M. 281 ; S.P. 555)
Address by the Rev. S. P. HAYLLAR Prayers
Hymn, My God, accept my heart this day (A. and M. 349; S.P. 254)
Organist and choirmaster, B. Davies
Rev. S. P.
with Percy Manchester
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Basil Cameron
Mozart's last and greatest three symphonies were all written between June and August, 1788. Mozart's finances were at this time at their lowest ebb, and it is characteristic that the E flat Symphony, overflowing with the joy of life, was written at a time when he was in the depths of despair.
A serial play for broadcasting in six weekly episodes, adapted by Winifred Carey from the story by John Buchan with Episode 4—' Mr. Hawk and the Dynamite'
Others taking part : Jacob Cohen ,
Ian Sadler , Robert Wilson
Production by James McKechnie
Richard Hannay , a young colonial just arrived in England, finds himself involved in a sinister plot by the Black Stone secret society. This plot is designed to plunge Britain into war through the assassination of a well-known foreign statesman on August 27. In order to foil the plotters Hannay is obliged to lie low and keep his mouth shut until that date.
Last week's instalment found him and his friend Malcolm hunted over the Scottish moors by the plotters. He hoodwinked his pursuers by changing clothes with a roadman.
Malcolm, a young Scottish innkeeper:
Members of the Black Stone secret society Hawk (' The Colonel'):
W H D
An appeal on behalf of THE BROMPTON HOSPITAL FOR
CONSUMPTION by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of DERBY,
K.G., G.C.B., G.C.V.O.
The Brompton Hospital is the largest voluntary special hospital in this country and the premier institution devoted to the alleviation of consumption and other diseases of the chest.
It contains 368 beds and possesses a fine sanatorium at Frimley, Surrey, with 150 beds, where the treatment by graduated exercises and organised work, which has since proved so beneficial, was first instituted in this country.
Nearly three thousand new in-patients and more than six thousand new out-patients come to the hospital each year, and research goes on ceaselessly.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to the Earl of Derby, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., [address removed]
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Leader, Harold F. Petts
Conductor, Ernest W. Goss
May Bartlett (violoncello)
Kenneth Ellis (bass) from the Pavilion, Torquay
with Billy Scott-Coomber
(All the above items arranged by Fred Hartley )