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The last of three readings by James Anderson


Unknown: James Anderson


Lord Wark
Last week listeners heard a discussion between various speakers on the problems of ' Work and Wages at which Lord Wark, the Scottish judge, presided. This afternoon Lord Wark will devote his period at the microphone to a consideration of the views put forward by listeners. Letters have been invited on the subject. On future Sundays other questions, such as ' Housing and Slums' and Home and Family will be dealt with in the same way. That is to say, the subject will first be discussed by representative speakers and then Lord Wark will read and consider the opinions of those who have heard the debate.


(Episcopal Church in Scotland) from St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Conducted by the Very Rev. Provost Gordon Kinnell
Order of Service
Hymn, Jesu, Thou joy of loving hearts (A. and M. 190 ; Rv. C.H. 420)
Confession and Absolution Psalm iv
Hymn, Before the ending of the day (A. and M. 15)
Nunc Dimittis and Antiphon Creed, Versicles and Collects
Motet, 0 Lord, increase our faith
(Orlando Gibbons)
Address by the Right
Rev. F. L. DEANE , D.D., Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney
Hymn, To the name of our Salvation (A. and M. 179)
Organist, Harold E. Bennett
The broadcast of this service from
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen, will recall the consecration, in the eighteenth century in Aberdeen, of Dr. Samuel Seabury, the first bishop of the American Church. Political difficulties prevented the Church of England from transmitting the episcopate to the now independent American Church, but this the Scottish bishops, meeting in the upper room of Bishop Skinner's house, courageously did. The completion and adornment of the nave is the gift of American members of the Episcopal Church in thanks-giving for Dr. Seabury's consecration.


Unknown: Very Rev. Provost Gordon
Unknown: Rev. F. L. Deane
Organist: Harold E. Bennett


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(New Series) I
An Anthology of Sacred Music
Under the direction of Sir Walford Davies
The BBC Singers
(Regional Programme)


Unknown: Sir Walford Davies


A Programme of Poems, Songs, and Ballads
Speakers, Laidman Browne , David King-Wood (by permission of Lilian Bayhs , of the Old Vic) Raf de la Torre ,
Lilian Harrison
Singer, John Goss
Lute, Diana Poulton
Arranged by M. H. Allen and Barbara Burnham
(Regional Programme)


Unknown: Laidman Browne
Unknown: David King-Wood
Unknown: Lilian Bayhs
Unknown: Raf de la Torre
Singer: Lilian Harrison
Singer: John Goss
Unknown: Diana Poulton
Arranged By: M. H. Allen
Arranged By: Barbara Burnham

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