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: A RECITAL

by Robert Watson (baritone)

Contributors

Baritone: Robert Watson

: SEIRBHIS GHAIDHLIG

a Ard Oil-Thigh Ghlaschu
Ordugh na
Seirbhise Salm lxxxix, 15-18, air fonn Kilmarnock
Umuigh Leughadh as an t-Seann Tiomnadh,
Isaiah Iv
Salm xliii, 3-5, air fonn St.
Paul Leughadh as an Tiomnadh Nuadh ,
Lucas xi, 5-13
Urnuigh Salm xxxvi, 9-10, air fonn Ballerina An Searmon. An t-Urr DÒMHNULL
MACLAOMAINN, D.D.
Salm lxxii, 17-19, air fonn Torwood Am Beannachadh
An t-seinn le Coisir Chiuil Eaglais Chaluim Chille
(A Gaelic Service, from Glasgow
University)

Contributors

Unknown: Seirbhise Salm
Unknown: Umuigh Leughadh
Unknown: Paul Leughadh
Unknown: Tiomnadh Nuadh
Unknown: Urnuigh Salm
Unknown: Coisir Chiuil Eaglais
Unknown: Chaluim Chille

: 'ASKING THEM QUESTIONS'

' Is it possible to be like Jesus ? '
The Rev. Ronald Selby Wright and boys from the St. Giles Cathedral
Boys' Club
Some time ago the Rev. Ronald Selby Wright invited boys of the St. Giles Cathedral Boys' Club to write down on slips of paper any questions that troubled them in their acceptance of the Christian faith. So penetrating did these questions prove that Mr. Wright in turn submitted them to members of several Christian churches.
Questions and answers were later published in a book of the same title as this series of broadcasts, which has been based upon selected chapters. At the time the questions were asked, none of the boys was over eighteen.
Mr. Wright, minister of the famous
Canongate Church of Edinburgh, will deal in future broadcasts with such questions as ' If God is good, why is there evil and sorrow in the world ? ' ; ' Can you prove the story of the Resurrection ? ' ; and ' Can you be good without being a Christian ?

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Ronald Selby Wright
Unknown: Rev. Ronald Selby Wright

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of Scotland) from Belhaven Church, Glasgow
Order of Service
Psalm xcii, To render thanks unto the Lord, vv. 1-4 (Tune, Howard)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Praise ye Jehovah, praise the 'Lord most holy (Rv.C.H. 34)
Lesson, Romans viii, 31-39 Prayer
Hymn, Angel voices, ever singing (Rv.C.H. 252)
Address by the Rev. WILLIAM JARDINE , M.C.
Hymn, The day is past and over
(Rv.C.H. 287)
Blessing
Organist, T. C. L. Pritchard

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. William Jardine
Organist: T. C. L. Pritchard

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of Ross MEMORIAL HOSPITAL,
DINGWALL, by the Rt. Hon.
MALCOLM MACDONALD ,
Secretary of State for the Dominions,
M.P. for Ross and Cromarty.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm MacDonald
Unknown: J. Lewis Munro

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: SUNDAY ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS

(Eighth Season-17)
Kathleen Long (pianoforte)
The BBC Orchestra
(Section B)
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Julius Harrison

Contributors

Pianoforte: Kathleen Long
Leader: Paul Beard
Conducted By: Julius Harrison








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