by Winifred Copperwheat
A selection from his music played by the Kenilworth Octet
Apache Life (Suite, Paris)
Montmartre Paris) Roses of Picardy Heather Bells
Love's Garden of Roses
Venice (Cities of Romance)
at the theatre organ
Songs Father Sang: introducing : Friend o' Mine (Sanderson). If you were the only girl in the world (Ayer). Sussex by the Sea (Ward-Higgs). Up from
Somerset (Sanderson). Roses of Picardy (Wood). Pack up your troubles (Powell). Mademoiselle from Armentieres (Carlton and Tunbridge). Tipperary (Judge and Williams) Hallo, who s your lady friend ? (Fragson). Veteran's Song (Adams) Coleridge-Taylor
' A Tale of the times of Old '
Allan MacRitchie (tenor) with String Quartet
Conductor, Guy Warrack
from page 1 of ' New Every Morning'
F. Buckley Hargreaves
with the Novelty Septet
(All items arranged by Fred Hartley )
Pianoforte Quartet in E flat, Op. 47
1 Sostenuto assai-Allegro ma non troppo. 2 Scherzo: Molto vivace. 3 Andante cantabile. 4 Finale: Vivace played by the English Ensemble-Marjorie Hayward ' (violin); Watson Forbes (viola) ; May Mukle (violoncello) ; Kathleen Long (pianoforte)
in 'THE SHADOW
A play for radio based on the story by Hans Andersen. Adaptation and production by Francis Dillon
with Gwen Lewis , Oliver Wakefield , Mabel Constanduros , Edward Cooper
The Revue Orchestra conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
from the Chiswick Empire, London
A. P. Thompson
The Editor of The Feathered World will discuss, among other things, the all-important question of winter eggs and the more seasonal one of fattening for the Christmas market. A. P. Thompson also hopes to bring a wholesaler to the microphone to talk about turkey prices.
Andre Mangeot (violin) ; Beatrice Huckell (violin) ; John Ticehurst
The artists include Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon , Bennett and Williams,
Scott and Whaley, Jack Warner
The BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell
Presented by Harry S. Pepper
Luton Town v. Coventry City
A commentary during the second half of the Regional League Competition match, by Raymond Glendenning , from the Town Ground,
Raymond Glendenning, who gave the commentaries on this year's Cambridgeshire and Cesarewitch, was a radio actor at the Cardiff Station of the BBC for five years before he joined the staff in 1932 as an announcer. In 1935 he was transferred to Belfast as Outside Broadcasts assistant and so came into touch with sport on the air. In due course he was giving fluent commentaries on water-polo, point-to-points, steeplechasing and flat racing. Badminton, table-tennis, darts, lawn tennis, and Association football.
Among his big sports commentaries have been: the R.A.C. Tourist
Trophy Race, 1936 (Ulster) and 1937 (Donington), the Ulster Grand Prix Motor Cycle Race, 1936, 1937, and 1939, the 'North West 200' Motor Cycle Race, 1938 and 1939, the Ulster Derby, 1938 and 1939, the first Ulster Grand National, 1939, and the Cesarewitch, 1938, apart from this year's big back-end handicaps already mentioned.
As to Association football, he gave no fewer than twenty commentaries on matches in the Irish League throughout the season 1938-39, approximately one a fortnight, also several Internationals.
G. G. Coulton
The BBC Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
The Fountain (Op. 71)
There is sweet music (Op. 53) Deep in my soul 0 wild west wind
Owls (An Epitaph) The Prince of Sleep
' The Thresher' a Cornish play set in the seventeenth century, by Barbara Spooner
with Beryl Davis , Billy Nicholls , Harry Davis , Garry Gowan , the Romaniacs from the Palais de Danse, Hammersmith, London
Here's a feature programme in which you will be introduced to some of the interesting people who are
'IN THE CANTEEN TONIGHT'
Edited and produced by C. F. Meehan
Questions which are puzzling people in these difficult times are answered by two well-known broadcasters in these fortnightly talks-this week by Herbert Hodge
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Malcolm Sargent
Devised by Rion Voigt
Who has not dreamed of becoming a star in a night, of holding an audience spellbound, of a tempest of cheering as the curtain falls ?
Tonight a lucky few, picked from the audience, will be given a chance to make their dreams come true
Incidental Music by the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
Presented by Vernon Harris
with Arthur Askey
Your old chum Syd Walker in ' Syd Sees It Through'
The New Waggoners
Produced by Harry S. Pepper and Gordon Crier
Presented by James Moody with Three in Harmony
Morns Broughton , from South Africa
' Manhattan Serenade' with The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
from Shakespeare's 'Othello'
Production by Val Gielgud
by James Ching (pianoforte)
French Suite No. 6, in E
1 Allemande. 2 Courantc. 3 Sarabande. 4 Gavotte. 5 Polonaise.
6 Bourree. 7 Minuet. 8 Gigue
Three Choral Preludes, transcribed for pianoforte by Walter Rummel
1 Mortify us by thy grace. 2 Blessed Jesus, here we stand. 3 Jesus Christ, the Son of God