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Ⓓ (Church of England) frem Edgbaston Parish Church,
Birmingham
Organ Voluntary
9.30 Order of Service
Hvmn, Lead us, heavenly father, lead us (E.H. 426; A. and M. 281)
Confession, Versicles, and Responses Venite
Psalm xxx
Lesson, Acts xxvi, vv. 1-5, 9, 12-15,
19
Jubilate
Creed and Collects
Hymn, Disposer supreme (E.H. 178 ;
A. and M. 431)
Address by the Rev. Canon STUART
BLOFELD Prayers
Hymn, The king of love my shepherd is (E.H. 490 ; A. and M. 197)
Blessing
Organist and choirmaster,
Russell Green

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. Canon Stuart

A programme of music on the bells of The Loughborough War Memorial
Carillon Tower by the Borough Carilloneur,
Eric Jordan and the bells of St. Rumboldt Cathedral, Malines
(Mechlin) by the Malines Carilloneur, M. Staf
Nees
Commentary by David Gretton (in English) and Marjorie Hock (for
Flemish listeners)
M. STAF NEES
Three popular Flemish songs:
The Ballad of the Royal Children The Messenger of Love Sleep, my Child
(Midland)

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Jordan
Commentary By:
David Gretton
Commentary By:
Marjorie Hock

George Nash, a lowbrow eager to know if there is anything in 'this symphony business', continues his musical pilgrimage under the guidance of James Denny, assisted by the BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra, conducted by Walton O'Donnell
(Northern Ireland) (D)

Contributors

Unknown:
George Nash
Unknown:
James Denny
Conducted By:
Walton O'Donnell

(Church of England) from the Chapel of the College of St. Nicolas, Chislehurst
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Prayers and Responses Psalm lxv
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Tone viii and Tone iii with Fauxbourdons by Healey Willan )
Creed, Versicles, and Responses Collects
Anthem, 0 for a closer walk with God (Stanford) (Words, A. and M. 630 ; S.P. 112)
Address by the Rev. S. J. MARRIOTT ,
Canon of Westminster
Hymn, The people that in darkness sat (A. and M. 80)
Blessing
The Choir of the School of English
Church Music
Sir Sydney Nicholson, M.V.O., who is organist of the College of Saint Nicolas, Chislehurst, will be playing the Chapel organ during this broadcast. Previously organist at Westminster Abbey, he gave up this work in order to devote the whole of his time to the School of English Church Music.

Contributors

Unknown:
Healey Willan
Unknown:
Rev. S. J. Marriott

An appeal on behalf of The Alexandra Orphanage, by Angela [text removed] and John [text removed] (two scholars at the Orphanage).

For over 180 years the Alexandra Orphanage has cared for fatherless, motherless, or other necessitous boys and girls of the middle classes from all parts of the British Isles, and even some (of British parentage) from overseas. They remain until they are fifteen, or for a year or two longer if they have been awarded scholarships or bursaries enabling them to attend secondary schools, technical schools, or trade schools. When they leave school they receive an outfit of clothing and are readily found posts in industry. The school at Maitland Park, Haverstock Hill, N.W., accommodates 380 children and is constantly full. £11,000 are needed each year from voluntary contributions. Angela and John, both aged ten, are two of the scholars.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Angela and John, [address removed].

The fourth of twelve episodes of Patrick Riddell 's adaptation of Victor Hugo 's famous.novel. With music specially composed by Robert Chignell
' The Scene at Arras ' in which Henry Ainley plays the part of ' Valjean '
Baliol Holloway is ' Javert ' and the Story-Teller is Leo Genn
(by permission of Godfrey Tearle )
Play produced by John Cheatle
Jean Valjean , released from the galleys after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread for his only sister's starving children, finds himself wandering from town to town hounded on every side. He is spiritually redeemed by the Bishop of Dauphine from whom he endeavours to steal a pair of silver candlesticks, and in consequence determines to lead a different life.
In previous instalments you heard how Valjean became M. Madeleine , a benevolent mayor and kindly employer of the little town of Conthil in Lorraine. You also heard how his one-time slavemaster, the brutal Javert, turns up once more and strives to discover his true identity. Javert imprisons Fantine, a girl whom Valjean has befriended, and Valjean promises that her child shall come to no harm.
In today's instalment you will hear how Valjean, disclosing his identity to save another, is sent once more to the galleys, and how, after yet another escape, he searches out Fantine's child. But Javert, unceasing in his persecution, takes up the trail again.

Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Riddell
Unknown:
Victor Hugo
Composed By:
Robert Chignell
Unknown:
Henry Ainley
Unknown:
Baliol Holloway
Unknown:
Leo Genn
Unknown:
Godfrey Tearle
Produced By:
John Cheatle
Produced By:
Jean Valjean
Unknown:
M. Madeleine

A new series of musical memories, written by Wilfrid Rooke Ley. Music selected by Mark H. Lubbock
Voices of the Past you will hear are King George III , Queen Charlotte, and their children; Wagner; a Polish Patriot ; Chopin ; Haydn;
Liszt with Arthur Young , Beatrice Kane , Reginald Beckwith , Robin Maule , George Howe , Peter Gray , Sylvia Coleridge , Eric Nicklewood ,
John Mortimer , and David Bevan
The Story-Tellers, Harold Warrender and Alan Judd
The Singer, Henry Wendon
At the piano, Cyril Smith
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Production by Hedley Briggs

Contributors

Written By:
Wilfrid Rooke Ley.
Unknown:
Mark H. Lubbock
Unknown:
King George Iii
Unknown:
Arthur Young
Unknown:
Beatrice Kane
Unknown:
Reginald Beckwith
Unknown:
Robin Maule
Unknown:
George Howe
Unknown:
Peter Gray
Unknown:
Sylvia Coleridge
Unknown:
Eric Nicklewood
Unknown:
John Mortimer
Unknown:
David Bevan
Unknown:
Harold Warrender
Unknown:
Alan Judd
Singer:
Henry Wendon
Piano:
Cyril Smith
Leader:
Tate Gilder
Production By:
Hedley Briggs

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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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