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Sanctus, Lead me, Lord (Cong. H.
908)
Invitation to Worship Invocation
Hymn, Enduring soul of all our life
(Cong. H. 23 ; S.P. 482)
Psalm xxxiv
Hymn, When wilt thou save the people? (Cong. H. 555 ; S.P. 314)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Oh for a closer walk with God (Cong. H. 418; S.P. 112)
Address by the Rev. A. M. MUNRO
Hymn, 0 God of Bethel (Cong. H.
55 ; S.P. 596)
Blessing
Organist, Arthur Potter

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. A. M. Munro
Organist:
Arthur Potter

(D)
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lawrance Collingwood: Passepied; Pavane (Le Rol s'amuse) (The King's Diversions) (Delibes)
Ninon Vallin (soprano): La Delaissee (The Forsaken One). L'Heure exquise (The Enchanted Hour) (Hahn)
Boyd Neel String Orchestra, conducted by Boyd Neel: Romance in C for strings, Op. 42 (Sibelius)
Richard Tauber (tenor): At Every Time. Don't complain (Lilac Time) (Schubert, arr. Berte)

Andre Asselin (violin)
Frank Laffitte (pianoforte) Frank Laffitte, who is a frequent and popular broadcaster, is combining with the French violinist Andre Asselin in a programme that is notable for the inclusion of two outstanding sonatas by French composers. Andre Asselin is one of the most distinguished French violinists of today. Born in Paris in 1895, he studied under several well-known French violinists, including Lucien Capet. At the Conservatoire National he won a first prize. After

Contributors

Violin:
Andre Asselin
Pianoforte:
Frank Laffitte

A recorded programme of New Year's
Greetings from many lands
Arranged by the International
Broadcasting Union
For two years past there has been broadcast a programme of New Year good will between nations. The broadcast this year will consist of the spoken greetings of twenty-three European countries. The various countries will greet the world in their own languages, and there will follow in each case a peal of the most famous bells in that land.
Among the notable European chimes that will be heard will be those of Cologne Cathedral in Germany, Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark, Notre Dame in Paris, St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, St. Veits Cathedral in Prague, and the well-known London carillon of St. Clement Danes.

' Down, sir, down! '
-An experiment in remote* control broadcast from New Pond Kennels,
Worplesdon
This evening, on the eve of ' Dog
Licence Day ', R. M. Montgomery , owner of Scruffy, the celebrated film dog, is going to give a broadcast specially for ' man's first friend'. The broadcast will come from Montgomery's kennels at Worplesdon, and he will put his own dog Brenda through a number of obedience tests. Dog owners, it is hoped, will see that their pets are hard by the radio to see if they recognise their own names and the various familiar sounds that the broadcaster will put across.

Contributors

Unknown:
R. M. Montgomery

Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Christmas Holiday Programme

Overture to a Pantomime - Hely-Hutchinson
Incidental Music, Peter Pan - Crook
Selection, Toad of Toad Hall - Fraser-Simson
Suite, Where the Rainbow Ends - Quiller 1 Rainbow Land 2 Will o' the Wisp 3 Rosamund 4 Fairy Frolic 5 Goblin Forest
Selection, The Boy who lost his Temper - Henman
Suite, In the Circus - Armandola 1 The Manege Rider 2 The Trapezists 3 Humsti-Bumsti 4 The Cowbov's Horsemanship

Contributors

Leader:
Tate Gilder
Conducted By:
Harold Lowe

(Church of England) from Lambeth Palace
Order of Service
Invocation
Hymn, Fill thou my life, 0 Lord my
God (A. and M. 705, omitting vv. 4 and 5 ; S.P. 492)
Thanksgivings Psalm xix
Lesson, Isaiah xl, 1, 2, 9 ; 27-31 Deus Misereatur
Prayers and Lord's Prayer
Anthem, The God of Love my
Shepherd is (Arthur Worrell)
Address by His Grace the Lord
Archbishop of CANTERBURY
Hymn, Through the night of doubt and sorrow (A. and M. 274 ; S.P. 678, omitting w. 5 and 6) Blessing
The BBC Singers, under the direction of Sir Walford Davies , will form the choir

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Walford Davies

An appeal on behalf of THE ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL,
FOLKESTONE, by JEANNE DE CASALIS
The Folkestone Hospital Building Extension Scheme was embarked upon in 1935, and the Committee were faced with the task of raising
.£81,000. To date £21,800 has been promised or received. The bank overdraft is enormous and is giving great anxiety. The hospital serves a wide area around Folkestone and is often called upon to render in-and out-patient treatment to motorists and folk on holiday.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Miss Jeanne de Casalis

as ' Gerard' in Charles Reade 's famous romance
'THE CLOISTER AND THE
HEARTH'
Adapted as a radio serial by H. Beaufoy Milton
Produced by Peter Creswell
Part 12-'The End of the Story '
Characters
A Story Teller ; Gerard Eliassoen ; Catarina, his mother ; Margaret, his love ; Denys of Burgundy, a soldier of fortune ; Father Jerome, a Dominican monk; Chorus of monks, servant, etc.
The scene is Holland in the fifteenth century
Gerard's marriage to Margaret was interrupted at the altar, and he was compelled to flee from Holland by the enmity of the Burgomaster, Ghysbrecht van Swieten. In Rome he receives a letter giving him false news of Margaret's death, and in despair throws himself into the Tiber. He is saved from drowning and enters the Church, becoming Brother Clement.
On his way to England Gerard preaches in Rotterdam, where he sees Margaret, as he thinks, in a vision. He is called to shrive the dying Ghysbrecht van Swieten, who promises to make restitution to Margaret for an ancient wrong done to her family.
Gerard goes to Gouda, where he lives as a hermit in a cave. Here he is visited by Margaret, but resists all her entreaties to go back to her. When Margaret has left him, Gerard finds an unknown child in his cave.

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Reade
Unknown:
H. Beaufoy Milton
Produced By:
Peter Creswell
Unknown:
Gerard Eliassoen
Unknown:
Brother Clement.

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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