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Church Cantata (No. 56) Bach

National Programme London

ICH WILL DEN KREUZSTAB GEBNE TRAGEN
(With Cross uplifted)
Singers
ROBERT MAITLAND (Bass)
THE WIRELESS CHORUS
Players
MICHAEL MULLINAB (Harpsichord)
LESLIE WOODGATE (Organ)
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Oboes and Strings)
Conducted by ADRIAN BOULT
(Note on page 492)

Contributors

Bass:
Robert Maitland
Harpsichord:
Leslie Woodgate
Conducted By:
Adrian Boult

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CHILDREN'S SERVICE

National Programme London

Relayed from
EALING CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Order of Service
Hymn. Lot us with a gladsome
Mind (Monksland), (Congregational Church Hymnal, No. 9i
Prayer and Lord's Prayer Responses
Psalm 148 (responses)
Little Chapter: ' Snow and Rain
Isaiah Iv, 10-11 (road by a small boy)
Bible Reading, Genesis i, 1-5 and 24-ii, 3 (read by a girl)
Hymn, Jesus and Joseph Day afte
Day (Nazareth)
Address, This is the World that
God made. Rev WILTON Rix M.A.
Hymn, All Creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen) (Church Hymnary, No 13
Benediction

Contributors

Unknown:
Wilton Rix

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A MacDowell Programme

National Programme London

OLIVE GROVES (Soprano)
ETHEL WALKER (Pianoforte)
OLIVE GROVES
For sweet Love's sake ; Long ago , A Maid sings low; Deserted ; To the Golden Rod; I ask hut this
HEL WALKER
10 the Sea (Sea Pieces)
Will o' the Wisp (Woodland Sketches) A.D. 1620 } Sea
Nautilus Pieces)
Olive GROVES
Tyrant Love; Constancy; The Swan bent low to the Lily ; Sweetheart, tell me : Slumber Song
ETHEL WALKER
From a wandering Iceberg (Sea Pieces)
From Uncle Remus (Woodland Sketches)
Told at Sunset .... } ' March Wind, Op. 46, No. 10
(Note on page 482)

Contributors

Pianoforte:
Ethel Walker

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Talk on the Programme of the Thirty-sixth National Council of Evangelical Free Churches— March 8-12, 1931, by the Rev. THOMAS NIGHTINGALE, Secretary of the Council

National Programme London

8-12, 1931, by the Rev. THOMAS NIGHTINGALE ,
Secretary of the Council

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. Thomas Nightingale

(in Welsh)
Relayed from Pembroke Terrace Calvinistic Methodist Church, Cardiff
Trefn Y Gwasanaeth Intrada
Emyn 243, ' O! anfon Di yr Ysbryd Glan' (Ton. Bangor)
Llith, Salm XLVI Salm Don , 15 (1)
Llith, Hebreaid I Emyn 718, 'Cofia'n gwlad, Benllywydd tirion (Ton Groeswen)
Gweddi a Gweddi'r Arglwydd
Anthem, 'Mawr yw yr Arglwydd' (J. T. Rees ) Emyn 29, 'Moliannwn Di, O! Arglwydd' (Ton. 'Pen yr Yrfa )
Pregeth gan Pedrog (y Parch J. O. Williams, M.A.) Archdderwydd Cymru
Gweddi Emyn 592, 'Mae addewid nef o'n hoshor
Y Fendith
(Defnyddir Uyfr Emynau a Thonau y Mothodistiaid Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd)

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A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

National Programme London

Relayed from
SHERNHALL STREET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
WALTHAMSTOW
Order 0 Service
Choral Introit. Holy, Holy. Holy
Hymn, Lord of all being, throned afar (Methodist
Hymn Book, No. 23)
Prayer of Invocation, concluding with the Lord's
Prayer
New Testament Scripture : I Peter iv, 12-19
Hymn, United Methodist Hymnal. No. 509
He eads us on By paths we did not know;
Upward He leads us, though our steps be slow,
Though oft we faint and falter on the way,
Though storms and darkness oft obscure the day,
Vet. wli n the clouds are gone,
We know He leads us on. He leads us on, Through ail the unquiet years ;
Past all our dreamland hopes, and doubts and fears,
He guides our steps through all the tangled maze
Of losses, sorrows and o'erclouded days;
We know His will is done,
And till He leads us on. And He, at last,
After the weary strife,
After the restless fever we call life,
After the dreariness, the aching pain,
The wavward struggles which have proved in vain,
After our toils are past, 9 Will give us rest at. last !
Prayer: Thanksgiving, Petition
Hymn, There is no Sorrow. Lord
(Methodist Hymn Book, No. 195)
Address by the Rev. A. E. L. DAVIS
Hymn 0 for a Faith that will not shrink (Ancient and Modern, 278 : Church Hymnal, No. 474)
Benedictiou
Organist, Mr. S. E. LAKEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. A. E. L. Davis
Organist:
Mr. S. E. Lakey

National Programme Daventry

About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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