Mr. J. W. CASSELS : On your Allotment—IV '
Mr. J. W.
Conducted by HORACE FELLOWES
Relayed from THE PAVILION GARDENS, BUXTON (REGINALD WILITEHOUSE and W. B. WHITAKER )
(From North Regional)
At THE ORGAN of the BEAUFORT CINEMA
From WASHOOD HEATH, BIRMINGHAM
, at 1.0
Directed by JOSEPH MUSCANT
From THE COMMODORE THEATRE, HAMMERSMITH
LEONARD HUBBARD (Baritone)
, at 4.45
At THE ORGAN of THE REGAL, KINGSTON-ON-
'The Pirate who said ''Boo'"
(or Col. Bustle's Revenge)
A West Country Dialogue Story of the Village of Much Woolgathering by DOROTHY WORSLEY
(From West Regional)
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN, and Bulletin for Farmers
LOUISE MAURICE (Soprano)
Accompanied by the COMPOSER
Day is Dying Lovers
For a Dream's Sake
DR. HANS RICHTER, who conducted a great many more works than he ever gave an opinion of, is reported to have once said that a certain work of each of three British composers would stand the test of time. He cited Parry's 'Blest Pair of Sirens', Stanford's Serenade for Orchestra, and Cowen's Scandinavian Symphony. But time has passed, so has Richter, and even the dictum has been forgotten. Sir Frederic Cowen's songs, however, are another matter. He has written some 300 of them, and though by no means all of them are sung today, a chosen few are to be found with consistent frequency in concert programmes all over the kingdom. When the ballad, which is now said to have waned, was at the height of its popularity, none had a greater following with every type and grade of singer than did Cowen, and with reason, for his range of expression and emotion combined with grace, fantasy, and consummate musicianship were not equalled in those days by any other writer of songs of the ballad order.
THE Imperial Conference that assemblesthis month at Ottawa will be primarily concerned with economic questions. All possible methods of expanding the trade of the Commonwealth will be considered, particularly under the headings of production/distribution, and tariffs. For a proper appreciation of this task the peculiar outlook and resources of each part of the Empire must be known. Mr. Kenneth Bell reviews the political and social growth of New Zealand, summari zes i ts natural and i ndustrial resources, and estimates the national outlook its representatives stand for at the Conference.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS
Conducted by CYRIL DALMAINE
THE CARLYLE COUSINS
BERT MADDISON and BETTY CRICHTON
The Famous Musical Comedy Star
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA, under the direction of S. KNEALE KELLEY , will play during the programme
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
DOROTHY STANTON (Soprano)
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Led by MARIE Wilson )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
AMBROSE and his ORCHESTRA, from The
MAY FAIR HOTEL