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: A RECITAL

Jean Gibson (soprano)

Contributors

Soprano: Jean Gibson

: 'A SCOTSWOMAN'S DIARY'

Elizabeth Macpherson

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth MacPherson

: A CHILDREN'S SERVICE

from Dr. Bamardo's Boys' Garden City Church, Woodford Bridge, Essex
Order of Service
Hymn, Hosanna we sing, like the children dear (A. and M. 340)
Prayers
Psalm cxxi
Lesson, John vi, 5-12
Hymn, As now Thy children lowly kneel (A. and M. 729)
Prayers
Hymn, Faithful Shepherd, feed me
(A. and M. 730)
Address by the Rev. R. SNOWDON
SMITH, Clerical Organising Secretary, Dr. Bamardo's Homes
Blessing
Hymn, And now the wants are told
(A. and M. 32 ; S.P. 41)
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. R. Snowdon

: ORCHESTRE' RAYMONDE

Conductor, George Walter
William Brownlow (baritone)
(From Regional)

Contributors

Conductor: George Walter
Baritone: William Brownlow

: REGINALD FOORT

at the BBC Theatre Organ in a programme of music by Eric Coates
(From Regional)

Contributors

Music By: Eric Coates

: ' POET TAKE THY LUTE '

A radio play adapted from the short story by Richard Ie Gallienne
Characters
(Now playing in Home and Beauty' appears by permission of C. B. Cochran )
(By permission of the Garrick Theatre
Management)
The music for the poet's songs specially composed by Robert Chignell and the lute played by Diana Poulton
' Poet Take Thy Lute' was first broadcast on March 28, 1935
The play adapted and produced by Felix Felton
(From Regional)

Contributors

Story By: Richard Ie Gallienne
Unknown: B. Cochran
Composed By: Robert Chignell
Played By: Diana Poulton
Produced By: Felix Felton
The Poet: Leslie French
The Narrator: V. C. Clinton-Baddeley
The Poet's Father: Nelson Jackson
The Landlord: Frank Thornton-Bassett
The Corporal: William Trent
The Ploughman: Douglas Jefferies
The Princess: Hermione Hannen
The Tinker's niece: Beryl Laverick
The Tinker: Douglas Jefferies

: THE BBC ORCHESTRA

(Section D)
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Constant Lambert
Lili Heinemann (soprano)
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Marie Wilson
Conducted By: Constant Lambert
Soprano: Lili Heinemann

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of Scotland) from St. Cuthbert's Parish Church,
Monkton and Prestwick
Order of Service
Psalm lxxxiv, 1-3, How lovely is thy dwelling place (Tune, Arnold)
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (Rv. C.H. 12)
Lesson
Prayer
Hymn, City of God, how broad and far (Rv. C.H. 209)
Address by the Rev. LUKE MCQUITTY
Paraphrase 2, 0 God of Bethel ! by whose hand (Tune, St. Paul)
Blessing
Organist, Alfred T. Hart

Contributors

Organist: Alfred T. Hart

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE BRITISH WIRELESS FOR THE
BLIND FUND
(Local Maintenance Appeal)
(Registered under the Blind Persons
Act 1920) by HARRY GORDON
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Gordon
Unknown: Harry Gordon

: THE NEWS

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