Ⓓ Monday in Easter Week
' Jesus Christ is risen today' (A. and M. 134)
Psalm cxviii, 5-18 Luke xxiv, 1-12
At the Lamb's high feast we sing
(A. and M. 127, omit v. 2)
The Life of a Congregational
Minister of Ninety Years Ago
' Mature Years'
(An electrical recording)
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor, Idris Lewis Bessie Tones (soprano)
from St. Margaret's, Westminster
and a piano
Bees and Fruit
R. Gamble and H. A. Haile
Today Reginald Gamble is to give practical bee-keeping a holiday and tell us something of the work of the bee. especially in regard to fruit growing, and how it comes about that nowadays the bee is more important to us than in the past-how, in fact, it has become essential. He is also going to ask us to watch bees at work and make a note of our observations. With him will be
Mr. H. A. Haile , general manager of a large fruit-growing firm in the Wisbech district, who will tell us of some of the experiments he has carried out in connection with bees and fruit.
Mr. H. A.
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
by, Egerton Tidmarsh
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. conducted by Albert Wolff : Pelléas et Melisande (Incidental Music to Maeterlinck's Drama)-(Faure) — Prelude ; The Spinning Wheel ;
Sicilienne Orchestra Pasdeloup , conducted by Piero Coppola , soloists: Odette Ricquier and Jeanne Guyla , with chorus of Women's Voices from the Chorale Saint Gervais: Poeme lyrique, La Demoiselle Elue (The Blessed Damozel) (Debussy, poem by Rossetti, trans. by Sarrazin)
Orchestre de ia Societe des Concerns du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : Istar Variations (D'lndy)
A running commentary on the race by R. C. Lyle from the Manchester Racecourse,
The Lancashire Steeplechase, originally instituted in 1884, is a handicap for horses of all ages, run over a distance of 3½ miles over 23 fences, in which the water is jumped twice. In 1902 it was first run on the present course at Castle Irwell.
Since the race was instituted, three horses have put up the extraordinary achievement of winning both the (;rand National and the Lancashire
Steeplechase in the same year: Ilex, in 1890, Eremon, in 1907, and that superb jumper, Poethlyn, in 1918 and 1919. * The Lancashire Steeplechase is renowned for being a very fast-run race-and it is a great spectacle, for the horses make nearly three circuits of the course and pass the stands three times. The start takes place immediately opposite the six-shilling ring.
The race is timed to start at 3.30 p.m. and usually takes anything from seven minutes to eight minutes to run. according to weather conditions. There is a parade before the race.
A short story written for broadcasting by J. Jefferson Farjeon
Read by Carleton Hobbs
at the Organ of the Granada,
Woolwich Easter Parade of Melodies Old and New
Norina Semino (violoncello)
John Pauer (pianoforte)
Songs by Pat Thayer and - Reginald Morgan
(All arrangements by Arthur Dulay )
including Weather Forecast
Glyn Eastman (bass-baritone)
John Wills (pianoforte)
Presented by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Moodie
Singing Commere, Judy Shirley
Mario de Pietro
Inspector Hornleigh Investigates
(S. J. Warmington as Inspector
No. 37, ' £1,000 Reward' by Hans W. Priwin
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‘ The Week's Sport'
The Four Spots
The BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
at the BBC Theatre Organ in a programme of Fan Mail Favourites
by Orrea Pernel
' Enter a Private Detective '
A radio-serial adapted by Jack Inglis from the novel ' The Gang Smasher' by Hugh Clevely
Production by John Cheatle
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Air Defence at Alexandra Palace
A commentary during transmission by John Snagge from Alexandra Palace
This programme pairs with the ‘ Zeebrugge ’ programme on Saturday, inasmuch as both programmes will show to sound listeners television at work. They will hear about the technique of television-how things are done ; and also visualise something of what viewers are seeing. The broadcast today will he given by John Snagge , and that on Saturday by Thomas Woodrooffe.
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Julian Clifford
Lance Dossor (pianoforte)
The fate of two Gloucester dorymen who were left on the Grand Banks in winter
Taken down by James B. Connolly and read by Geoffrey Tandy
with TERESSA' DALE,
GENE CROWLEY , BOB HOWARD , THE HIGH
SPOTS from the Holbom Restaurant