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: EVENSONG

from York Minster
Order of Service
Vestry Prayer
Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms lix, lx, Ixi
First Lesson, Job iv
Magnificat (Farrant in G minor) Second Lesson, Luke i, 24-56
Nunc Dimittis (Farrant in G minor) Anthem, 0 Praise the Lord (Boyce)
Hymn, 0 for a closer walk with God
(E.H. 445)

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: Tyne Keels and Collier Brigs

A talk by Hugh Viall with song illustrations by Archie Armstrong
The world-famous keels and collier brigs have long disappeared from the River Tyne, but they have left a large store of songs and stories. Hugh Viall , expert on Tyne shipping, and Archie Armstrong, well-known singer of Tyneside songs, will recall memories of those earlier
Tyneside days.
(Stagshaw)

Contributors

Talk By: Hugh Viall
Illustrations By: Archie Armstrong
Unknown: Hugh Viall

: A RECITAL

Sheila Collins (violin)
Gordon Thorne (pianoforte)

Contributors

Violin: Sheila Collins
Pianoforte: Gordon Thorne

: REGINALD WILLIAMS AND HIS ' FUTURISTS '

from the Winter Gardens Ballroom,
Morecambe

: ' AFTER DINNER'

An Intimate Cabaret presented by David Porter with Violet Carson
W. B. MacMillan
The Three Semis
Taylor Frame
Don Bamford and his Band

Contributors

Presented By: David Porter
Unknown: Violet Carson
Unknown: W. B. MacMillan
Unknown: Don Bamford

: THE FOURTH NEWS

Cotton and Wheat Prices at 10.25

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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