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from Chatham Parish Church
National Anthem
As with gladness (A. and M. 79 ; C.H.
63)
Sentences and the Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses
Psalm 8
Lesson : Philippians 4, vv. 4-9
Through all the changing scenes of life
(A. and M. 290)
Creed and Prayers
Soldiers of Christ, arise
Address by the Bishop of Rochester
Jesus shall reign (A. and M. 220 ; C.H.
388)
Blessing
Organist, J. A. Levett
The service is conducted by" the Rev. Paul Nichols , Rector of Chatham, and the singing is accompanied by the Band of H.M. Royal Marines, Chatham Division (by permission of Brigadier A. M. Craig, O.B.E. )

Contributors

Organist:
J. A. Levett
Unknown:
Rev. Paul Nichols
Unknown:
Brigadier A. M. Craig, O.B.E.

o.Triniti, Capel y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, Llanelli. (Service in Welsh from Trinity Welsh Presbyterian Church, Llanelly)
Iesu, lesu, 'rwyt Ti'n ddigon (188 : Ton,
Blaencefn)
Darllen, loan 5, 39-47 Gweddi
Os gwelir fi, bechadur (526 : Ton, Bryn
Cynlais)
Pregeth gan y Parchedig T. C. Lewis
Mi glywais gynt fod Iesu (525 : Ton,
Abertawe)
Y
Fendith Blaenor y gan, Tom Jones Orgaftyddes, M. E. Jones
(Cymerir yr Emynau o Lyfr Emynau y
Methodistiaid Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd)

Contributors

Unknown:
Fendith Blaenor
Unknown:
Tom Jones
Unknown:
M. E. Jones
Unknown:
Lyfr Emynau

by Leo Tolstoy (translated by Louise Maude and Aylmer Maude ). Adapted for broadcasting, in eight'parts, by Walter Peacock. Music selected, arranged, and recorded by Ernest Irving , with the BBC
Northern Orchestra. Produced by Barbara Burnham
Chief characters (as before) :
New characters :
Other characters include Murat (King of Naples), Tikhon, Governor-General Rostopchin, Governor of Vorenege, his wife, Maria's aunt, Capt. Timokhin, servants, French soldiers, Russian soldiers, a doctor

Contributors

Unknown:
Leo Tolstoy
Translated By:
Louise Maude
Unknown:
Aylmer Maude
Unknown:
Walter Peacock.
Unknown:
Ernest Irving
Produced By:
Barbara Burnham
Woman Speaker:
Lydia Lopokova
Man Speaker:
Leon Quartermaine
Pierre:
Leslie Banks
Andrew:
Francis Lister
Napoleon:
Malcolm Keen
Alexander:
Peter Copley
Nicholas:
Hugh Burden
Count Rostov:
Frederick Lloyd
Petia (by permission of Robert Atkins):
Peter Miller Street
Natasha:
Celia Johnson
Countess Rostov:
Doris Lytton
Sonia:
Peggy Bryan
Maria:
Catherine Lacey
Anna Scherer (by permission of H. M. Tennent Ltd.):
Betty Hardy
Platon, a soldier:
Arthur Young
Capt Ramballe, a French officer:
Cyril Gardiner
CoJ Michand, envoy to Alexander:
Richard Williams

5.20 'The Boyhood of Charles Dickens ' : talk by Bernard Darwin , with illustrations read by Harold Scott and May
Jenkin Charles Dickens was born 131 years ago today 0
5.50 ' Consider the Birds ', by Laurens Sargent : No. 3-' The Last of th2 Gairfowl '

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Dickens
Talk By:
Bernard Darwin
Read By:
Harold Scott
Unknown:
Jenkin Charles Dickens
Unknown:
Laurens Sargent

or ' The Long Lost Brothers'. Adapted from J. Maddison-Morton 's farce of ' Box and Cox ', by F. C. Bumand. Music by Arthur Sullivan (by permission of Rupert D'Oyly Carte). Produced by Peter Creswell
BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor,
Stanford Robinson

Contributors

Unknown:
J. Maddison-Morton
Unknown:
F. C. Bumand.
Music By:
Arthur Sullivan
Produced By:
Peter Creswell
Conductor:
Stanford Robinson
James John Cox:
Murray Davies
John James Box:
Derek Oldham
Sergeant Bouncer:
George Baker

broadcast by Canadian troops from a Roman Catholic Garrison Church
0 God of loveliness
Gospel Reading by Hon. Captain the Rev.
J. A. Sweeney
Notre Dame du Canada (sung by French
Canadian troops)
Evening Prayers
Crown him with many crowns (New W. H.
98 ; A. and M. 304 ; C.H. 136)
Address by Hon. Capt. the Rev. A. Ryan, C. Ss. R.
Blessing
Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go (New
W.H. 172 ; A. and M. 28)

Contributors

Unknown:
J. A. Sweeney

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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