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Conducted by Philip Martell
(National Programme)


Conducted By: Philip Martell


(National Programme)

: Short Story 'THE FATE LINE'

by Arthur Calder-Marshall read by the Author
(National Programme)


Unknown: Arthur Calder-Marshall

: St. Mary's College, St. Andrews Quatercentenary Celebrations: A Commemorative Concert

The BBC Scottish Singers
The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Ian Whyte
Solo organ, F. H. Sawyer
from the University Chapel, St. Andrews
Although St. Mary's College actually owes its origin to Bishop Wardlaw, who founded the University of St. Andrews in 1411, it was not until four hundred years ago that Archbishop James Beaton, with the approval of Pope Paul III, added to the endowments of the original Pedagogy and, having erected new buildings, dedicated the college to the Virgin Mary. In 1580, when Andrew Melville became Principal, St. Mary's was set apart entirely for the teaching of theology,— an arrangement that has never been altered. Until 1934 the Chair of Divinity, instituted at the foundation of the college, was always held by the Principal of St. Mary's. The present Principal is that eminent Scottish churchman, Dr. J. Harry Miller.


Singers: The BBC Scottish Singers
Musicians: The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor: Ian Whyte
Organist: F. H. Sawyer


Excavations in Orkney and Shetland
J. S. Richardson


Unknown: S. Richardson


(Church of Scotland) from Ayton Church, Berwickshire
Order of Service
Psalm lxxxiv, How lovely is Thy dwelling place, 1-5 (Tune, Haring-ton)
Call to Prayer
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Paraphrase xlviii The Saviour dy'd, but rose again, 5.9 (Tune St. Andrew)
Prayer of Intercession
Hymn, Through the night of doubt and sorrow (Rv. C.H. 214)
Address by the Rev. DAVID A. HODGES
Hymn, Now may He who from the dead (Rv. C.H. 300)
Organist, David MacDonald


Unknown: Rev. David A. Hodges
Organist: David MacDonald


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