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5SC Glasgow

Open-Air Service at the Cenotaph

Relayed from George Square.
Parade of Regimental and Ex-Servicemen's Organizations (City of Glasgow).
Inspecting Officer: Field-Marshal Lord Methuen.
Assistant Inspecting Officer: General Sir Ian Hamilton.
Order of Service:
Psalm, " The Old Hundredth."
Prayer.
The Rev. Dr. MacLean Watt (of Glasgow Cathedral): Address.
Hymn, " Onward, Christian Soldiers."
Pipers' Lament.
The Last Post.
Two Minutes' Silence.
Benediction.
Reveille.
God Save the King.
5SC Glasgow

Remembrance.

" When I am gone, think only this of me,
That there's some corner of a foreign field
ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE at the Cenotaph.
Relayed from George Square.
5WA Cardiff

Memorial Service

at the Cenotaph.
Erected to the Fallen of the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the Welch Regiment.
Relayed from the Welch Depot.
(to 11.15)
2ZY Manchester

THE STATION DRAMATIC COMPANY

in A Commemoration Fantasy,
"THE SPIRIT OF THE
CENOTAPH."
By H. Topliss.
Mind Picture: It is Armistice
Evening. The sounds of a busy city-trams, taxis, news-boys, etc.-are heard in the background.
Scene: the Cenotaph.
Characters : Presented by VICTOR SMYTHE
5SC Glasgow

DAY OF REMEMBRANCE PARADE

(Continued).
CENOTAPH SERVICE,
Relayed from George Square.
Address by Gen. Sir IAN HAMILTON ,
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., D.S.O.
5WA Cardiff

War Memorial Service

at the Cenotaph.
Erected to the Fallen of the 1st and 2nd Batts. The Welch Regiment
Relayed from The Depot, The Welch Regiment.
Prayer Hymn
The Lesson, The Book of Wisdom (11.,23,111.), read by the Rev. R. Watkins
The Last Post
Two Minutes Silence
Reveille
Prayer
Hymn, 'O Valiant Heart'
Benediction
Land Of My Fathers
God Save The King
Laying of Wreaths
(to 11.30)
5WA Cardiff

Longside o' London or Lays o' London (Continued)

Elegy:
A Serious Interlude. The thought of one passing the Cenotaph at Whitehall.
"They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them"
- Laurence Binyon
6KH Hull

ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE

Relayed from the Cenotaph, Hull
The Service will be conducted by The Rev. A. SELDON MORGAN, Vicar of Holy Trinity, the Lord Mayor's Chaplain, Field-Major SIMKIN, representing tho Salvation Army.
-Selections by the CITY OF HULL POLICE BAND
Hymn ‘ '0 God our Help in Ages Past '
Address by The Rev. A. SELDON MORGAN Prayer
Two minutes’ silence The Last Post
Played by BUGLERS of the 4th Batt. EAST YORKS T.A. By kind permission of Lieut.-C.olonel
B. M. R. SHARP, and OFFICERS Reveille
National Anthem
5XX Daventry

Major-Gen. Sir Fabian Ware. Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission

' Their Name Liveth For Evermore '
All the year round, the memorials stand there in memory of the dead - majestically, as the Cenotaph and the Menin Gate , or simply, modestly, as those forests of headstones that clothe the ravaged fields of France. But this is the day when all eyes are focussed on them, and everyone will particularly want to hear this talk by the Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission.
2LO London

Major-Gen. Sir FABIAK WARE. Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission—

' Their Kame Liveth For Evermore '
A LL the year round, the memorials stand there in memory of the dead— majestically, as the Cenotaph and the Menin Gate , or simply, modestly, as those forests of headstones that clothe the ravaged fields of France. But this is the day when all eyes are focussed on them, and everyone will particularly want to hear this talk by the Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission.
2LO London and 5XX Daventry

Major-Gen. Sir Fabian Ware, Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission

'Their Name Liveth For Evermore'
All the year round, the memorials stand there in memory of the dead - majestically, as the Cenotaph and the Menin Gate, or simply, modestly, as those forests of headstones that clothe the ravaged fields of France. But this is the day when all eyes are focussed on them, and everyone will particularly want to hear this talk by the Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission.
2LO London

The British Legion Memorial Service

Conducted by the DEAN OF WESTMINSTER, The Very Rev.
W. FOXLEY NORRIS, D.D.
Relayed from
Cbe Cenotapb, Whitehall
Order of Service :
Hymn, ' O God, our Help in ages past' Prayers
Anthem, Wisdom iii, 1, 2 Collects
Hymn, ' All people that on earth do dwell ' The Benediction
The Placing of the Legion's Wreath
THE LAST POST
THE REVEILLÉ
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
THE Annual Service that the British Legion holds at the Cenotaph is, next to the Armistice Day commemoration, the most impressive event that takes place at the National War Memorial during the year. Last year this service was relayed, and many listeners will remember tho solemn beauty of it-the prayers, the Benediction, the Last Post and the Reveillé, and the lovely singing of the Westminster Abbey Choir. This year's service will follow the same lines ; it will again be conducted by the Dean of Westminster, and the Abbey choir will again take part. In addition, the broadcast transmission should reach an even higher standard, as permanent arrangements can now be made at the Cenotaph (this year the Armistice Day ceremony will be relayed for the first time), and there will be no need to employ overhead cables or wires.
5XX Daventry

The British Legion Memorial Service

Conducted by the DEAN OF WESTMINSTER, The Very Rev.
W. FOXLEY NORRIS, D.D.
Relayed from
Cbe Cenotapb, Whitehall
Order of Service :
Hymn, ' O God, our Help in ages past' Prayers
Anthem, Wisdom iii, 1, 2 Collects
Hymn, ' All people that on earth do dwell ' The Benediction
The Placing of the Legion's Wreath
THE LAST POST
THE REVEILLÉ
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
THE Annual Service that the British Legion holds at the Cenotaph is, next to the Armistice Day commemoration, the most impressive event that takes place at the National War Memorial during the year. Last year this service was relayed, and many listeners will remember tho solemn beauty of it-the prayers, the Benediction, the Last Post and the Reveillé, and the lovely singing of the Westminster Abbey Choir. This year's service will follow the same lines ; it will again be conducted by the Dean of Westminster, and the Abbey choir will again take part. In addition, the broadcast transmission should reach an even higher standard, as permanent arrangements can now be made at the Cenotaph (this year the Armistice Day ceremony will be relayed for the first time), and there will be no need to employ overhead cables or wires.
2LO London and 5XX Daventry

The British Legion Memorial Service

Conducted by the DEAN OF WESTMINSTER, The Very Rev.
W. FOXLEY NORRIS, D.D.
Relayed from
Cbe Cenotapb, Whitehall
Order of Service :
Hymn, ' O God, our Help in ages past' Prayers
Anthem, Wisdom iii, 1, 2 Collects
Hymn, ' All people that on earth do dwell ' The Benediction
The Placing of the Legion's Wreath
THE LAST POST
THE REVEILLÉ
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
THE Annual Service that the British Legion holds at the Cenotaph is, next to the Armistice Day commemoration, the most impressive event that takes place at the National War Memorial during the year. Last year this service was relayed, and many listeners will remember tho solemn beauty of it-the prayers, the Benediction, the Last Post and the Reveillé, and the lovely singing of the Westminster Abbey Choir. This year's service will follow the same lines ; it will again be conducted by the Dean of Westminster, and the Abbey choir will again take part. In addition, the broadcast transmission should reach an even higher standard, as permanent arrangements can now be made at the Cenotaph (this year the Armistice Day ceremony will be relayed for the first time), and there will be no need to employ overhead cables or wires.






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