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Relayed from YORK MINSTER
Vestry Prayer
'Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms for the 29th evening First Lesson
Magnificat (Walford Davics in C) Second Lesson
Nunc Dimittis (Walford Davies in C) Anthem, Blessed angel spirits (Tchaikovsky)

: 'Music of Richard Strauss'

A Programme of Gramophone Records introductory to the relay from Covent Garden in the National Programme this evening at 22.30

: The Children's Hour

' The Tale of Ernest the Policeman'
A Toytown dialogue by S. G. HULME


Dialogue By: S. G. Hulme

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements, and Bulletin for Northern English Farmers

: Airs and Graces'

Directed by JOHN BRIDGE
THE LONDONDERRY AIR is perhaps the best known of all Irish folk-tunes, though its discovery really belongs to :ecent times. It has been arranged for different instruments in a great number of ways, but in its original form it has been described by the late Sir Hubert Parry as ' one of the most perfect tunes in existence of a simple and emotional type.'


Directed By: John Bridge
Unknown: Sir Hubert Parry

: Common Property'—3

E. R. THOMPSON : We call on the Abbot of Fountains, and on the Monks of Whalley'


Unknown: E. R. Thompson

: 'The Second News '

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

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