Page 1, 9th March 1951

9th March 1951
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Page 1, 9th March 1951 — STATIONS TO BE TELEVISED

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The Stations of the Cross will be televised from a studio at Alexandra Palace at 10 p.m. on Good Friday-the first Catholic service ever televised in this country.

Fr. Agnellus Andrew, O.F.M., Catholic adviser to the B.B.C., told THE CATHOLIC HERALD on Wednesday that all the 14 Stations will be included. though there will have to he some compression.

The music—unaccompanied—wild be sung by the Oratory choir conducted by Mr. Henry Washington. and the producer will be Mr. Michael Barry.

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