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by Joan Fullerton (soprano) with an interlude by Charles Kelly (pianoforte)


Soprano: Joan Fullerton
Pianoforte: Charles Kelly


from St. Martin-in-the-Fields
The Bells
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Bright the vision that delighted (S.P. 460; A. and M. 161)
Confession and Thanksgiving Psalm viii
Lesson, John xiv, 1-13
Cantate Domino (Psalm xcviii) Prayers
Hymn, Dear lord and father of mankind (S.P. 481)
Address by the Rev. ARCHIBALD
MAIN, D.D., D.Litt., Regius Professor of Ecclestiastical History in the University of Glasgow and Chaplain to His Majesty the King
Hymn, Holy father, cheer our way
(S.P. 47 ; A. and M. 22)
Organist, S. Drummond Wolff


Organist: S. Drummond Wolff


including Weather Forecast


Conductor, H. W. Brown from the Keswick Hotel
This concert has been arranged for the annual national conference of the Institute of Journalists which is being held this year at Keswick.


Conductor: H. W. Brown


by Stephen Wearing


A series of plays written for radio by Bertram Colgrave and Hilda Colgrave
6, St. Wilfrid
Cudda, a monk at Lindisfame
King Oswy, King of Northumbria Colman, Bishop of Lindisfarne
Hilda, Prioress of Whitby Monastery Two workmen at the building of Hexham Abbey
Eddi, a priest of Wilfrid
Ecgfrith, King of Northumbria Odda
Aethilwalh, King of Sussex
Produced by Cecil McGivem
St. Wilfrid was born in 634, the son of a Northumbrian thegn, and died in 709, when he was visiting monasteries he had founded in Mercia.
His body was buried in the church of St. Peter at Ripon. His biographer, Eddius, wrote of him that he was ' courteous to everybody, active in body, a quick walker, eager for every good work, never cast down '. He is named in the Roman Martyrology, and several English dioceses keep his feasts.


Unknown: Bertram Colgrave
Unknown: Hilda Colgrave
Produced By: Cecil McGivem

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