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: EVENSONG

from York Minster
Order of Service
Vestry Prayer
Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms lxxxii, lxxxiii, lxxxiv, lxxxv First Lesson, Eccles. xxxviii, 24-end Magnificat (Tallis in the Dorian
Mode)
Second Lesson, Acts xvii, 1-15
Nunc Dimittis (Tallis in the Dorian
Mode)
Anthem, 0 praise the Lord of heaven (Vaughan Williams)
Hymn, Round me falls the night
(E.H. 272)

: A RECITAL OF FINNISH SONGS

sung by Archie Armstrong (baritone)
(Stagshaw Programme)
Archie Armstrong , who lives at Whitley Bay, Northumberland, and is an artist very well known on Tyneside, was one of the earliest broadcasters from Newcastle. Ever since the days of the first studio in Eldon Square he has been on the air regularly. During the last year or two his activities' have been concentrated on folk-song research, recitals, and lecturing. Northumbrian folk songs are a speciality of his ; so are the songs of Finland, some of which he is singing in this evening's programme. He went to Finland by invitation last year to give at Helsinki a recital of British folk songs, which were broadcast throughout the country, and in Norway on the way home he sang at Oslo.

Contributors

Baritone: Archie Armstrong
Unknown: Archie Armstrong

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: Massed Choirs of the CLEETHORPES AND DISTRICT SENIOR SCHOOLS

Conductor, Cyril Winn from the Central Hall, Grimsby

Contributors

Conductor: Cyril Winn

: 'SWIFT SERENADE'

The Swift Serenade
Concert Orchestra
The singer Bell Walker
The speaker David Porter
Concert arrangements by Ray Terry

Contributors

Unknown: David Porter
Arrangements By: Ray Terry

: ' CHILDREN ILL AND WELL'

' The Girl who was Sorry for
Herself '
This is the fourth of a series prepared by an educational psychologist and a medical psychologist. The object of the series is to tell characteristic stories about children who have been ' awkward '. Each story will be related by the medical psychologist. The stories will have happy endings, for they will show how such misfortunes can at least be lessened, if not always cured.

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS
Cotton and Wheat Prices at 10.25

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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