To-day is Bank Holiday. The sun may shine-or it may pelt with rain. The weather forecast states that the outlook is unsettledâ€” yet. Listeners to 5GB, however, will be quite independent of the weather, as their holiday programme for the next hour will be at high (barometric) pressure, for into one hour will be compressed a Military Band, a Concert Party, and the many other features and incidents which go to make up the perfect (?) seaside holiday.
This feature will be presented by
THE BAND of H.M. 1ST BATT. THE SUFFOLK REGIMENT
Conducted by Bandmaster B. H. GUBBINGS
THE IMPERIAL SCOTS CONCERT PARTY
Directed by Jock DOWNES
Relayed from ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA
STUART VINDEN and MOLLY Hall who will decide that ' It's so Bracing' (Ann Stephenson),
While Maria will give some holiday experiences will thoroughly enjoy themselves on the beach in true British fashion.
Bandmaster B. H.
CHARLES KNOWLES (Baritone) THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL)
Conducted by JOSEPH Lewis
RUBINSTEIN'S song is a setting of that picture, by Heine, of the princess and the slave Mahomet, of the race of the Asras, ' who can only love by dying.'
One of Schubert's finest songs in sombre vein is that of The Wanderer, who roams mournfully on through the world, ever seeking an answer to his soul's question, ' Where is thy home t '
Nature seems dead, and all is but vanity.
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