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: THE CARLTON HOTEL OCTET

Directed by RENE TAPPONNIER
From the Carlton Hotel

: British Legion Military Band

ROSA ALBA (Soprano)
FRANKLYN KELSEY (Baritone)
THE BRTHSH LEGION MILITARY BAND
Conducted by ROBERT EASTLEIGH (Soloist, Mr. J. CAPON )

BAND Introduction, Act III and Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin ' - Wagner, arr. Winterbottom
Selection of Popular Songs by - W H. Squire
3.50 ROSA ALBA Una voce poco fa - Rossini
The old knitted shawl - W. Squire
Should he upbraid - Bishop
3.58 BAND Cornet Solo, The Lost Chord ' - Sullivan
Overture, ' Son and Stranger - Mendelssohn
An Old-time Melody, My Lady's Minuet ' - Gladys A. Wood
4.20 FRANKLYN KELSEY Olinda - Purcell, arr. Somervell
0 my sweeting - Harold Samuel
Poor Old Horse - arr. C. Sharpe
4.28 ROSA ALBA To Dianème - Del Riego
Hark the Vesper Hymn - Russian
Se Saran Rose - Arditi
4.35 BAND Waltz, ' 'The Angelus ' - Lotter
Descriptive Intermezzo, ' On a Sunday Morn' - Horne
4.50 FRANKLYN KELSEY Time, you old Gipsy Man - Maurice Besly
Birds - Charles Wood
Diaphenia - Harold Samuel
4.57 BAND Selection from ' Der Rosenkavalier ' - Richard Strauss
Dream Picture, ' The Phantom Brigade ' - Myddleton

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

VIOLIN MUSIC BY KREISLER
Played by WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Violin)

: Mr. ERNEST NEWMAN: ' Next Week's Broadcast Music '

THIS evening Mr. Ernest Newman , who is a -L notable new accession to the number of the B.B.C.'s regular critics, gives his first weekly talk. One of the most forceful and trenchant of writers on music, he has made his weekly articles in The Sunday Times as important a feature as any in music criticism ; and his books on Wagner created a sensation in the musical world. Listeners will welcome the opportunity of having him as their guide to the broadcast music of the next week.

: Sports Talk : Mr. B. L. BISGOOD : 'Exercise in Winter—Badminton '

rpHERE was a time when hearty people were inclined to despise Badminton — as once they despised lawn tennis-as a soft and ladylike game. This view has long been abandoned, and Badminton is now justly recognized as a fast and exciting game which provides an ideal means of keeping fit. Mr. Bisgood, who gives this evening's talk, is not only a Badminton enthusiast, but a cricketer who has played for Somerset.

: A Popular Concert

Arranged by ALLAN BROWN , F.R.C.O.
THE BAND OF THE LIFE GUARDS
(By permission of Lieut.-Col. The Hon.
G. V. A. MONCKTON-ARUNDELL , D.S.O., O.B.E.)
Conducted by Lieut. W. J. GIBSON Relayed from the Kingsway Hall
ROBERT PITT and LANGTON MARKS
Calling the British Smiles
ALLAN BROWN (Grand Organ)
IN the Sacred Festival Drama Parsifal, Wagner's last work, the composer treats of the legendary relic of the Eucharist, the Holy Grail (the cup which was used at the Last Supper, and in which the Saviour's blood was received at the Crucifixion).
In this extract we have the solemn entry of the Knights as they gather to partake of the Love Feast, when the Grail is unveiled.

: Serial Story: 'The Brentwardine Mystery '

—I, by Mr. and Mrs. G. D. H. COLE
THE idea of broadcasting a serial is not a new one, but the present series promises to be particularly notable. Tonight, and on the following three Saturdays at the same time, Mr. and Mrs. Cole will broadcast a new and unpublished detective story, and listeners will have the opportunity o{ indulging in clue-hunting to their hearts' desire. And it goes without saying that a detective story by the authors of ' The Brooklyn Murders' and ' The Death of a Millionaire ' will contain enough thrills to satisfy the most ardent devotee.

: Vaudeville

TED SAWYER (Solos on the Hack-saw)
BETTY CHESTER (Comedy Songs)
ZATDEE JACKSON (in Negro Spirituals and Folk
Songs)
JACK PAYNE and the B.B.C. DANCE
ORCHESTRA








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