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: THE OXFORD NEW THEATRE ORCHESTRA

Conductor, William Brightwell
7.50 Interval

Contributors

Conductor: William Brightwell

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of England) from Birmingham Cathedral
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Come down, 0 love divine
(E.H. 152 ; A. and M. 670)
Versicles and Responses Psalm cxii
Lesson, I Corinthians, xiii
Magnificat in E flat (Bairstow) Versicles and Responses
Anthem, 0 Lord, increase my faith
(Gibbons)
Address by the Very Rev. J. H. RICHARDS , Provost of Birmingham
Hymn, Immortal love for ever full
(E.H. 408 ; S.P. 536)
Blessing
Organist and choirmaster,
Willis Grant

Contributors

Unknown: Very Rev. J. H. Richards
Choirmaster: Willis Grant

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE PETERBOROUGH AND DISTRICT MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL by Lord BRASSEY OF APETHORPE
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: From the Midland Theatre

By arrangement with Emile Littler
The BBC presents Pamela Stanley and Paul von Hernried in scenes from Lewis Allen's production of 'Victoria Regina' by Laurence Housman with
The scenes arranged and produced for the microphone by Anthony MacDonald
A day before the opening of the first Birmingham production of Victoria Regina at the Prince of Wales Theatre, the London company, with Pamela Stanley and Paul von Hernried as Victoria and Albert, respectively, comes to the Birmingham studios to give some scenes from this famous play. Formed of nine out of the forty-two short plays which Housman wrote around Queen Victoria, this play was first produced privately at the Gate Theatre, London, and then in New York, where it has been running for over two years. Official permission for its public performance in this country was granted on the 100th anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession.

Contributors

Arrangement With: Emile Littler
Unknown: Pamela Stanley
Unknown: Lewis Allen
Unknown: Victoria Regina
Unknown: Laurence Housman
Unknown: Anthony MacDonald
Unknown: Victoria Regina
Unknown: Pamela Stanley
Lord Conyngham: Eric Maxon
Archbishop of Canterbury: John Farries Moss
Victoria: Pamela Stanley
Prince Albert: Paul von Hemried
Mr Oakley: Owen Griffith
Duchess of Sutherland: Clare Landsay
Lady Jane: Margaret Hood
John Brown: Robert McLachlan
Benjamin Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield): Lionel Gadsden

: A RECITAL OF CAROLS AND HYMNS

Suitable for Saints Days Edgar Morgan (organ)
The BBC Midland Singers
The Strings of the BBC Midland
Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conductor, W. K. Stanton from the Royal Institution for the Blind, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Lo, round the throne (General Use) Unknown and unrewarded (General Use) Welcome Yule (St. John) (Oxford
Carol Book)
Holy Innocents:
Lullay (Oxford Carol Book)
Unto us a Child is born (Cowley
Carol Book)
When Mary brought her treasure
(Purification)
Nowell ! Nowell ! (Annunciation)
(Oxford Carol Book)
Forsaken once, and thrice denied (St.
Peter)
Lord, who shall sit beside Thee? (St.
James) Around the throne! of God (St Michael and all Angels)
Service and strength (St Michael and all Angels) What are those that glow from afar?
(All Saints)
God be in my head
(Other items from a hymn book in use at one of our Public Schools)

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Morgan
Leader: Alfred Cave
Conductor: W. K. Stanton








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