from York Minster
Order of Service
Organ Voluntary Responses
First Lesson, Ezekiel xxxiv, 11-16
Magnificat (Walmisley in D minor) Second Lesson, John, xxi, 15-22
Nunc Dimittis (Walmisley in D minor)
Anthem, Blessed city, heavenly Salem
Hymn, Now thank we all our God
Second Day of Request Week
5.0 From Regional:
' Tea for Two ' one of the favourite Toytown stories by S. G. HULME-BEAMAN
5.45 Your Own Ideas
' The Long story of Queen Ostrich' by ANNE PRISCILLA CLAYDEN , aged 4
' The Conceited Shepherd Boy ', a radio cameo by ELFRIDA GAINSBORO, aged 16
' Minuet in the Old Style ' a pianoforte solo by DORIS FAULKNER , aged 16
including excerpts from 'THE ROYAL FOLLIES'
Under the direction of Tom Vernon from the Central Pier
Phil Strickland; Jack Hayes; Evelyn Bury; Winifred Henz; Appleton Moore; James Topping; George Baines; Odette and Kay; Norman Barry; Marie Picquart
'PUNCH AND BEAUTY'
Presented by Bert Feldman from Feldman's Theatre with Reg Bolton; Elsie Prince; Terry Wilson; Lillian Denton; Claude Worth; Harry Vardon; Dora Compton; Little Eva; The Four Lumberjacks; Bobbie Stainforth and his Rhythm Boys; Mrs. Rodney Hudson's Eight Empire Girls; Winstanley's Twelve Blackpool Bairns
Produced by Bob Johnson
Jack Taylor's 1937 Season Revue from the Opera House including George Formby, Fred Sanborn, Carrol and Howe, Harris Twins and Loretta, Eve, The Three Jades, Beryl, Vashti Taylor, Leslie Pearce, Rich and Galvin, The Metrognomes
Presented by Mrs. Jack Hylton and conducted by Billy Ternent
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