B. E. Silcock
At all festive seasons the country folk, at least in the old days, had their customs, diversions, and pranks that made life lively in a way incomprehensible to the modern city dweller with his more artificial means of entertainment. Mrs.
Silcock can look back upon a lifetime's acquaintance with Scottish country life, and she will probably have something to say about her girlhood days in rural Aberdeenshire.
(By permission of the management of the London Coliseum)
Sir Adrian Boult ,
Director of Music
' St. Nicholas-
The Real Santa Claus' by Alec Macdonald
Produced by Geoffrey Dearmer
Conductor, Walter Goehr
Members of the Opera Group
Director, Ernst Shoen
Light Music through the Ages-6
' Home and Family '
A discussion under the Chairmanship of Lord Wark
If the lesson of responsibility, which is the main theme of this series, is not learned by parents and taught to their children, there is little prospect that it may be learned in the wider sphere of life beyond the four walls of the home.
In his introductory talk Lord
Wark pointed out that in our restless modern society the influence of the home seemed to he waning. Instead of being the centre of the family life it was becoming more and more the place where people slept and sometimes ate. Pleasures were being taken elsewhere.
This subject has been reserved until now as being the most appropriate for Christmas. It is also the last to be discussed in this series, for next Sunday Lord Wark gives his farewell talk.
post that mentions
(Church of Scotland) from St. Columba's Church,
Order of Service
Psalm cxxi, I to the hills will lift mine eyes (Tune, French)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer Old Testament Lesson
Hymn, Jesus, name of wondrous love
(Rv. C.H. 62)
New Testament Lesson
Hymn, The Church's one Foundation
(Rv. C.H. 205)
Address by the Right
Rev. DUGALD MACFARLANE , D.D., Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
Paraphrase xix, The race that long in darkness pin'd (Tune, Tiverton)
Organist, James L. MacKintosh
Fritz Kreisler (violin): Slavonic
Dance No. 3, in G (Dvorak, arr. Kreisler). Caprice viennoise, Tambourin chinois (Kreisler)
An appeal on behalf of THE ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR SICK
CHILDREN, GLASGOW by GEORGE BLAKE
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
Lisa Perli (soprano)
Roy Henderson (baritone)
The London Symphony Orchestra
Leader, W.H. Reed
Conducted by Clarence Raybould