@ from page 65 of 'New Every Morning'
' Nervous Habits' by a Doctor
@ Music and Movement for
11.20 A Pianoforte Interlude Ⓓ by J. W. HORTON
11.30 Music and Movement for @ Infants
@ by Willan Swainson from St. Machar's Cathedral,
with SHIRLEY LENNER
by Harry Rudall told by Felix Deebank
In this, the fourth talk of the series, Harry Rudall continues his description of his North of England cycle tour. This time he covers most of the English Lake District, and, at the end, is lucky enough to be picked up by a lorry not far from Lake
Windermere and given a lift as far as the Peak in Derbyshire.
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Birmingham Philharmonic
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conductor, Johan Hock
Florence Astley (pianoforte)
@ Travel Talk
The Swing of the Seasons
' Fairy Tale Germany '
2.25 @ Interval Music
2.30 Feature Programme
@ Empire Exhibition (Scotland)
A broadcast that will be given by a variety of visitors from overseas who are in Glasgow to see or take part in the Exhibition
2.50 @ Interval Music
2.55 Junior English
@ An Indian Folk-tale and a Play for Puppets
3.15 'Next Week's Broadcast
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
@ Problems of the Empire-3
' Eire and Northern Ireland '
@ Gramophone Records of well-known Jazz Artists recorded ten years ago
Arranged by James Holloway
@ by Sacha Guitry
Translated by Virginia and Frank Vernon
Jeanne, his wife
Juliette, the owner of a villa
Mrs. Al Smith , American film star A Maid
In the salon of a small villa near
Production by Howard Rose
England v. The Rest
A commentary during the third day's play by Howard Marshall from Lord's
including Weather Forecast
Fred C. Watkins. M.P.
Frederick Grinke (violin)
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
Sixty Minutes of High Speed
Entertainment by Ray Noble and his Orchestra with Jimmy Davidson and featuring
Tall, fair-haired Ray Noble is still very much of the American idea of the typical Englishman-he was born in Brighton, and is no publicity man. He hates talking about himself, but professionally his art does thje talking. Everyone knows him either as a brilliant arranger or as a composer of numerous hits ; many of them his own themes' which regularly announce him on the air in the States—' The very thought of you ' and ' Goodnight, sweetheart '.
From coast to coast in America this maestro of jazz has broadcast for two seasons from the famous Rainbow Room ' sixty-five stories nearer the stars ' at Radio City, New York. Twice he has taken his orchestra on stage tours, and now, at the beginning of three months' hustle in this country, he makes his ' live ' debut to British listeners with typical programmes full of intriguing arrangements and popular hits, as interesting to the connoisseur as to anyone. He brings with him, too, three artists with a big reputation.
He is doing two broadcasts: the first tonight on the National wavelength, and the second in ' BBC Ballroom ', tomorrow on the Regional wavelength.
An article by Ray Noble will be found on page 11.
organised by the British Broadcasting
Corporation from Queen's Hall, London
(Sale Lessees. Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Rae Robertson (pianofortes)
The BBC Singers
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by ARTURO TOSCANINI
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Joseph Gordon Macleod
with EVELYN DALL
THE MANHATTAN THREE from the Cafe de Paris