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: ORCHESTRAL HOUR

Favourite pieces from the repertoire of The BBC Northern Ireland
Orchestra
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Walton O'Donnell

Contributors

Conductor: Walton O'Donnell

: 'ALL-IN' BEE

A new kind of radio parlour game
Spell Nebuchadnezzar. Say ' Thirty-three thrifty thistle sifters ' rapidly three times. Hum the last five bars of ' St. Louis Blues '. Who first stepped ashore in 1066 ? Whistle the opening bars of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony (while the other people suck lemons). Define the Ulster dialects. Imitate the hunting cry of the snark. Guess the voice of this radio star. Name a musical instrument, hearing it played backwards at half speed. What would you do if ...? This gives you an idea of the sort of trial to be undergone by those in the studio tonight.
(To be repeated tomorrow: National,
3.45)

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Presbyterian) from First Presbyterian Church,
Coleraine
Organ Voluntary
6.30 'Order of Service
Call to Worship and Invocation
Metrical Psalm viii, How excellent in all the earth (Tune, Arnold)
Prayer
Scripture lesson, Psalm cxliv
Hymn, Summer suns are glowing
(Rv. C.H. 613)
Prayer
Hymn, My times are in thy hand
(Rv. C.H. 551)
Address by The Rev. W. J. WALLACE
BRUCE, M.Sc., Aghadowey
Anthem, As torrents in summer
(Elgar)
Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Saviour, again to thy dear
Name we raise (Rv. C.H. 301)
Blessing
Organist, James Moore

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. W. J. Wallace
Organist: James Moore

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

, (Roman Catholic) from St. Augustine's Abbey,
Ramsgate
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Vespers for the Feast of the transfiguration
Psalms: cix, Dixit Dominus (first mode) ex, Confitebor tibi cxi, Beatus vir (fourth mode) cxii, Laudate pueri (sixth mode)
Little Chapter and Short Responsory Hymn,Quicumque Christum quaeritis
(fourth mode)
Magnificat (eighth mode) Paternoster and Collect
Antiphon, Salve Regina (first mode) Address by the Right
Rev. ADRIAN TAYLOR , O.S.B., Abbot of St. Augustine's
Solemn Responsory, Illuminare Jerusalem (fifth mode)
Organist, Dom Gregory Bish , O.S.B.
(Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Salve Regina
Unknown: Rev. Adrian Taylor
Organist: Dom Gregory Bish

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast, and Forecast for Shipping
, at 9.0








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