(Church of England) from St. Michael and All Angels,
(Parish Church of Sunderland)
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Rise up, 0 men of God!
Exhortation, Confession, and Absolution
Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm cxxi
Lesson, Colossians iii, 12-iv, 1 Magnificat
Creed and Prayers
Hymn, How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (E.H. 405 ; S.P. 527)
Address by the Rev. R. WILLIAM
Hymn, Now thank we all our God
(E.H. 533 ; S.P. 350)
Organist and choirmaster,
Twenty-four hours in the life of a big hotel
A programme arranged by Olive Shapley
Listeners will be taken behind the scenes in a large hotel at a famous Northern seaside resort. This programme is full of 'actuality'. As Northern listeners know, Olive Shapley specialises in recorded, real-life features, and radio ' documentaries '. Much of this programme consists of recordings obtained during a weekend at this hotel. The spotlight is on hotel staffs, not guests (for they will appear chiefly through the comments of waiters, cooks, porters, maids, and so on, who will be ' overheard ' as they go about their duties). Aiming, as it were, to ' take the lid off' an hotel, the broadcast will give listeners an idea of how, for instance, it is possible for visitors quickly to obtain food and drink at almost any hour of day or night. Perhaps, incidentally, it will proclaim the worth, the good service, and the skilled organisation of British hotels, often unjustly maligned.
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