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The Pump Room... Leamington Spa Orpheus with his LuteSullivan
Jack Roberts, who has broadcast before, is a schoolboy in Leicester. He won the Challenge Solo at Loughborough Festival twice and the Junior Vocal Solo Class at Leicester Festival in 1933. (Solo violin, JAN BERENSKA)


From the Studio
Conducted by JOHN S. HOYLAND
(Lecturer at the Quaker International
College, Woodbrooke)
Order of Service
Hymn, Dear Lord and Father of mankind (S.P. 481)
Prayers and Intercession Reading
Hymn, When through the whirl of wheels (S.P. 698)
Address by JOHN S. HOYLAND
Hymn, Jerusalem (S.P. 446) Prayer
John S. Hoyland is a son of the late John William Hoyland , who was Chairman of the Selly Oak Colleges. He is lecturer at Woodbrooke Settlement, Birmingham, which is a Quaker International College. He was for some years in charge of a college for Indian students in India, and since returning home has been taking a prominent part in organising scheme under which undergraduates and public school boys go to the depressed areas, live in the homes of unemployed as paying guests and work with them. His publications include ' Digging with the Unemployed ' and two books on India.


Conducted By: John S. Hoyland
Unknown: John S. Hoyland
Unknown: John S. Hoyland
Unknown: John William Hoyland


An Appeal on behalf of THE BRITISH WIRELESS FOR THE BLIND FUND (Local Maintenance Appeal) (Registered under The Blind Persons Act, 1920) by Lord SANDERSON Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
(From Regional)


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