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2LO London

Children's Hour

S.B. to other Stations.

The Rev. J. A. Mayo will talk to the Children.

A Christmas Play adapted from
"On Christmas Eve"
(Constance D'Arcy Mackay).
Cast:-
Scene: The bare living room of the Little Girl.
2LO London

Ash Wednesday

The Rev. John Mayo, Rector of Whitechapel.
2LO London

Hymn

" O, for a Thousand Tongues to
Sing " (A. and M. 522).
Address, the Rev. JOHN A. MAYO , Rector of Whitechapel.
Hymn, " Love Divine alt Loves Excelling "
(A. and M. 520).
2LO London

Anthem

"Come, Jesn, Come" J. S. Bach
The Rev. JOHN MAYO . Rector, of White-chapel.
Hymn, " Ten Thousand Times Ten Then-sand" (A. and M. 222).
6BM Bournemouth

Talk to Women

" Modern
Fashions," by Louis de Mayo. The Bourne Revellers : Winifred Ascott (Soprano). Annie Hatchard (Contralto), Sidney Waller (Tenor). Ernest Eady (Baritone), Nellie Winslade (Pianist).
6BM Bournemouth

Jay Kaye (Comedian). THE ROYAL BATH HOTEL DANCE ORCHESTRA

relayed from King's Hall Rooms. (Musical Director: DAVID S. LIFF. ) Fashion Talk, by Louis de Mayo.
6BM Bournemouth

Fashion Talk to Women by Louis de Mayo. Marcia Bourn and Lena Copping (Entertainers).

THE ROYAL
BATH HOTEL DANCE ORCHESTRArelayed from King's Hall Rooms. Musical Director, DAVID S. LIFF.
5XX Daventry

Speeches by H.R.H. The DUKE OF

CON NAUGHT, The Right Hon. AUS-
TEN CHAMBERLAIN, M.P., Dr. CHARLES MAYO , and His Excellency the AMERICAN AMBASSADOR, relayed from the Pilgrims Dinner to American Doctors at the Hotel Victoria.
2LO London

GERTRUDE MAYO'S ENTERTAINERS

EILEEN MALCOMB (Contralto) CHARLES RICHARD (Baritone) MABEL ADEAN (Comedienne) BEN LAWES (Entertainer) WILL DUNCAN (Humorist)
GERTRUDE MAYO (at the Piano)
2LO London

CAROLS AND WAITS

FROM WHITECHAPEL CHURCH
SITUATED in the Whitechapel Road in the very heart of Old Whitechapel, the Church of St. Mary Matfelon rears a stately tower and noble front to the busy street. Built in early Gothic style, with a vaulted roof seventy-nine feet from the floor, and with accommodation for 1,600 worshippers, the church receives unstinted admiration from its many visitors. The present building is the fourth on the site. The record of rectors goes back to 1327, but the first church was much earlier, without doubt. The first erection had a tower the top courses of which were of white stone and the little building was promptly dubbed the ' White Chapel.' That name was in time given to the whole parish.
The present Rector, the Rev. John A. Mayo , has often been heard from the Studio during
Sunday evening services, being one of the first to give wireless sermons and a. staunch friend of broadcasting from the earliest days. Two years ago arrangements had been made to relay the Carols and Waits from the actual churchyard, but just as the transmission was about to begin the rain came down in torrents, and everyone concerned retreated into the church building itself, taking the microphone with them. The Carols were therefore relayed from the building, with very happy results.
2LO London

A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From the Studio
Hymn, ' At the Name of Jesus' (Tune : Kings
West on ') Bible Reading
Psalm 8
The Lord's Prayer
Hymn. ' Jesu. Lover of my Soul' (Tune.
'Aberystwyth')
Address by the Rev. A. J. MAYO , Rector of Whitechapol
Hymn, ' For the Beauty of the Earth'
Benediction
Sevenfold Amea
A long ago as Christmas, 1922. the Rev. A. J. Mayo preached his first radio sermon, and ever since then he has remained a consistent enthusiast for broadcasting. His church— the conspicuous parish church of Whitechapel, well known by sight to so many Londoners—has been the scene of broadcast carol-singing on several occasions, notably last Christmas Eve. '
5NG Nottingham

GLYN EASTMAN (Bass)

' THE FAIR LADY WINS '
A Play by JOHN ODAMS
Characters in order of speaking :
THE Scene of the play is County Mayo,
Ireland, in a room of a country inn, which is built on rising ground, and from the front windows commands a view of a racecoursa.
2LO London

A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From the Studio
Conducted by the Rev. J. A. MAYO
(Rector of Whitechapel)
Order of Service :
Hymn, '0 come, all ye faithful' Prayer for Repentance (Jeneral Thanksgiving
Bible Reading : I Samuel iii, I to 19
Psalm 121
Bible Reading, St. Matthew ii Nunc Dimittis
Intercessions
Hymn, It came upon the midnight clear ' (E. H., No. 26)
Address by the Rev. J. A. Mayo ,
Rector of Whiteehapel
Hymn, Hark the Herald Angels
Sing'
Blessing
BESIDES buing Rector of Whiteehapel — that very conspicuous church dominating ane of the most interesting streets in London, from which carols have been broadcast at ' Christmas for the last few years-Mr. Mayo was one of tho first clergymen to take a sympathetic interest in broadcasting.
5XX Daventry

A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From the Studio
Conducted by the Rev. J. A. MAYO
(Rector of Whitechapel)
Order of Service :
Hymn, '0 come, all ye faithful' Prayer for Repentance (Jeneral Thanksgiving
Bible Reading : I Samuel iii, I to 19
Psalm 121
Bible Reading, St. Matthew ii Nunc Dimittis
Intercessions
Hymn, It came upon the midnight clear ' (E. H., No. 26)
Address by the Rev. J. A. Mayo ,
Rector of Whiteehapel
Hymn, Hark the Herald Angels
Sing'
Blessing
BESIDES buing Rector of Whiteehapel — that very conspicuous church dominating ane of the most interesting streets in London, from which carols have been broadcast at ' Christmas for the last few years-Mr. Mayo was one of tho first clergymen to take a sympathetic interest in broadcasting.
2LO London and 5XX Daventry

A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From the Studio
Conducted by the Rev. J. A. MAYO
(Rector of Whitechapel)
Order of Service :
Hymn, '0 come, all ye faithful' Prayer for Repentance (Jeneral Thanksgiving
Bible Reading : I Samuel iii, I to 19
Psalm 121
Bible Reading, St. Matthew ii Nunc Dimittis
Intercessions
Hymn, It came upon the midnight clear ' (E. H., No. 26)
Address by the Rev. J. A. Mayo ,
Rector of Whiteehapel
Hymn, Hark the Herald Angels
Sing'
Blessing
BESIDES buing Rector of Whiteehapel — that very conspicuous church dominating ane of the most interesting streets in London, from which carols have been broadcast at ' Christmas for the last few years-Mr. Mayo was one of tho first clergymen to take a sympathetic interest in broadcasting.
5XX Daventry

'THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD.'

A Comedy in Three Acts
By JOHN M. SYNGE
Abridged and Arranged for Broadcasting
(.See Special Article on page 79)
Margaret Flaherty (called PegeenMike), Daughter of Michael James Flaherty
Shawn Keogh , her cousin, a young Farmer
Michael James Flaherty (called Michael James ), a Publican
Jimmy Farrell small Farmers
Philly Cullen small Farmers
Christopher Mahon
Widow Quin , a Woman of about thirty Susan Brady. ..Village Girls
Nelly ..... Village Girls
Sat^Tan.Vy^fviUage Girls Honor Blake...
Old Mahon, father of Christopher Mahon. a Squatter
A Bellman
Some Peasants
The action of the play takes place near a village, on a wild coast of Mayo. The first Act passes on an evening of autumn, the other two Acts on the following day.
2LO London

'THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD.'

A Comedy in Three Acts
By JOHN M. SYNGE
Abridged and Arranged for Broadcasting
(.See Special Article on page 79)
Margaret Flaherty (called PegeenMike), Daughter of Michael James Flaherty
Shawn Keogh , her cousin, a young Farmer
Michael James Flaherty (called Michael James ), a Publican
Jimmy Farrell small Farmers
Philly Cullen small Farmers
Christopher Mahon
Widow Quin , a Woman of about thirty Susan Brady. ..Village Girls
Nelly ..... Village Girls
Sat^Tan.Vy^fviUage Girls Honor Blake...
Old Mahon, father of Christopher Mahon. a Squatter
A Bellman
Some Peasants
The action of the play takes place near a village, on a wild coast of Mayo. The first Act passes on an evening of autumn, the other two Acts on the following day.
2LO London and 5XX Daventry

'THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD.'

A Comedy in Three Acts
By JOHN M. SYNGE
Abridged and Arranged for Broadcasting
(.See Special Article on page 79)
Margaret Flaherty (called PegeenMike), Daughter of Michael James Flaherty
Shawn Keogh , her cousin, a young Farmer
Michael James Flaherty (called Michael James ), a Publican
Jimmy Farrell small Farmers
Philly Cullen small Farmers
Christopher Mahon
Widow Quin , a Woman of about thirty Susan Brady. ..Village Girls
Nelly ..... Village Girls
Sat^Tan.Vy^fviUage Girls Honor Blake...
Old Mahon, father of Christopher Mahon. a Squatter
A Bellman
Some Peasants
The action of the play takes place near a village, on a wild coast of Mayo. The first Act passes on an evening of autumn, the other two Acts on the following day.
5XX Daventry

Vaudeville

TEDDY BROWN (Xylophone Solos)
SAM MAYO (Comedian)
' The Key of F in One Flat,' by FREDERICK CHESTER
MYLES CLIFTON and LILIAN HARRISON
The B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE and REX EVANS 'S CABARET
2LO London

Vaudeville

TEDDY BROWN (Xylophone Solos)
SAM MAYO (Comedian)
' The Key of F in One Flat,' by FREDERICK CHESTER
MYLES CLIFTON and LILIAN HARRISON
The B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE and REX EVANS 'S CABARET






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