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Ⓓ (Church of Scotland) from King's College Chapel,
Aberdeen
Organ Voluntary
9.30 Order of Service
Metrical Psalm xcii, To render thanks unto the Lord, w. 1-4
Prayer
Hymn, Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire (Rv. C.H. 196; S.P. 178)
Scripture Lesson
Hymn, Thy Kingdom come (Rv.
C.H. 153 ; S.P. 680)
Address by the Rev. ADAM FYFE
FINDLEY, D.D., Professor of Christian Ethics and Practical Theology in the University of Aberdeen
Hymn, Now may He, who from the dead (Rv. C.H. 300)
Blessing
Organist, Albert Adams
10.15 Interval

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. Adam Fyfe
Organist:
Albert Adams

(National Game Reserve of the Union of South Africa)
A descriptive broadcast relayed from the Transvaal
The speakers will include
Lieut.-Colonel
J. Stevenson-Hamilton ,
Warden of the Game Reserve
(Arranged in co-operation with the South African Broadcasting
Corporation)
The Kruger National Park, South Africa's great sanctuary for wild life, covers over 8,000 square miles on the Transvaal border of Portuguese West Africa. It was originally the Sabi Game Reserve, which was inaugurated by President Kruger in 1898. Shortly afterwards the Boer War broke out, and between 1899 and 1902 the Reserve suffered severely, shooting and poaching going on indiscriminately. Twelve years later the outbreak of the Great War was the cause of a similar setback, but in 1922 the railways instituted tours of the Reserve, and the following year Lieut.-Colonel Stevenson-Hamilton, the present Warden (who will take part in this programme), suggested an official inspection, which was an immediate success. In
1928, the Park was thrown open to the public, and now there are some 800 miles of roads and a dozen rest camps where visitors can stay.
It is hoped to broadcast some of the actual noises from the Park.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. Stevenson-Hamilton

Elena Gerhardt (soprano)
Angus Morrison (pianoforte)
Elena Gerhardt was born in Leipzig and in her early teens became a student at the Conservatoire there. Her great gifts attracted the attention of Nikisch, the famous conductor of the Gewandhaus concerts, and when she was eighteen he introduced her to the public in a Lieder recital at which he accompanied her at the piano. Not long afterwards Mme. Gerhardt, accompanied by Nikisch, made her debut in London, and since then, except during the war period, she has been a regular visitor.
ANGUS MORRISON
Valse oubliee (Forgotten
Waltz), No. 1 u
Au Lac de Walknstadt ....... Liszt
(By Lake Walknstadt ) J
Aufschwung (Soaring) Schumann
Angus Morrison is very well known to concert-goers and to radio listeners, who will remember his very charming setting of ' The Lake Isle of Innisfree'. He was the winner of an open scholarship to the Royal College of Music, where he studied the piano under Harold Samuel and composition under Thomas Dunhill and Vaughan Williams.
ELENA GERHARDT
Bitt ihn o Mutter In dem Schatten meiner Locken
Wenn du zu den
Blumen gehst ................
Wolf Mogen alle bosen (From the Zungen Spanisches
Auf dem griinen Liederbuch)
Balkon J

Contributors

Soprano:
Elena Gerhardt
Pianoforte:
Angus Morrison
Unknown:
Elena Gerhardt
Unknown:
Angus Morrison
Unknown:
Lake Walknstadt
Unknown:
Angus Morrison
Unknown:
Harold Samuel
Unknown:
Vaughan Williams.
Unknown:
Wolf Mogen

(Methodist) from Kingsway Hall
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Jesu, Thou Joy of loving hearts (New M.H.B. 109; A. and M. 190)
Lesson, Matthew xi, 2.5-30
Prayer
Magnificat (Walmisley in D)
Address by the Rev. C. RYDER
SMITH, D.D., Principal, Richmond College
Hymn, Come, let us sing of a wonderful love (New M.H.B. 314)
Blessing
Organist, Allan Brown

Contributors

Organist:
Allan Brown

An appeal on behalf of THE ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT
INSTITUTION by Dame LAURA KNIGHT , D.B.E.,
R.A., LL.D.
The Artists' General Benevolent Institution was established in 1814 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1842. Formed for the purpose of helping professional artists (painters, sculptors, engravers, architects, and so on), it has done much to smooth over the difficulties caused by temporary distress or unmerited neglect, as well as those due to illness, blindness, and old age. Relief is also given to the widows and orphans of artists. The Institution is mainly dependent on voluntary subscriptions to meet its expenditure, and each year adds to the number of those in need.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Dame Laura Knight
Unknown:
Dame Laura Knight

A history, in dramatic form, of the greatest sea fight of modern history by 'Taffrail'
(Captain Taprell Dorling , D.S.O.,
R.N.)
This story is being broadcast, not to add fuel to controversy, but to commemorate those 8,642 officers and men, German as well as British, wha lost their lives in the battle
The speakers are:
Ion Swinley
Charles Lefeaux
Cecil Trouncer
(By permission of Anmer Hall)
Norman Shelley
Howard Marion-Crawford
D. A. Clarke-Smith
Carl Harbord
Produced by John Cheatle

Contributors

Unknown:
Captain Taprell Dorling
Unknown:
Charles Lefeaux
Unknown:
Cecil Trouncer
Unknown:
Norman Shelley
Unknown:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Unknown:
D. A. Clarke-Smith
Unknown:
Carl Harbord
Produced By:
John Cheatle

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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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