At the Organ of The Gaumont Palace
Cinema, Chester (North Regional Programme)
Under the direction of Joseph Muscant
From the Commodore Theatre, Hammersmith
From The Plaza Theatre, London
A Running Commentary on the International Rugby Football Match, relayed from The
Lansdowne Road Ground, Dublin.
Commentator, W. P. COLLOPY
(By courtesy, of the Irish Free State Broadcasting
Directed by Frank Cantell
(Midland Regional Programme)
At The Organ of The Granada,
MARGERY LUMSDEN and DENNIS CAREY ill 'Kip and Pip '
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
Stirring memories will be recalled by Bombardier Billy Wells , Heavyweight Champion of Great Britain from 1911-19, and outright winner of a Lonsdale Belt. His two fights with Carpentier and three with Joe Beckett excited enormous interest, for, winning or losing, Wells always had the sporting public behind him. The recent revival in heavyweight boxing makes this talk by a recent champion particularly interesting.
' Gwynfor '
Mr. T.O. JONES , yn darllen uno'istraeon, Gelynion (reading one of his stories, Enemies)
(West Regional Programme)
Dr. C. H. LANDER , C.B.E. : ' Coal'
Professor Lander discusses the properties of coal, its uses and misuses, and modern methods of coal utilisation, which include production of oils, motor-spirits, various chemicals, and useful commodities of other types. From 1923-31 he was Director of Fuel
Research, and he was Assessor on coal utilisation to tho Samuel Commission in 1925.
Dr. C. H.
Syncopated Songs at the Piano
Burlesque Impersonations,with BLANDFORD COLLIER at the Piano
Assisted by BERT FARLAND
The Anglo-French Singer
Our Hebrew Friend
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of S. KNEALE KELLEY will play during the programme
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
Should Alcohol be Abolished ?
A Discussion between
The Rt. Hon. Margaret BONDFIELD and Mr. J. B. PRIESTLEY
Rt. Hon. Margaret
Mr. J. B.
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA, directed by HENRY HALL
This programme consists of a selection, in chronological order, of the most popular ' tunes of the year ' since 1920. It has been carefully compiled from gramophone record sales, salos of sheet music, and the result of a recent symposium among American broadcasters and musicians. It shows in a fascinating way how the cheerful simple tunes of the early twenties have developed through the fashions dictated by films, musical productions, records and broadcasting in the last decade.
In a short programme of New Songs and Past
AMBROSE and his ORCHESTRA, from
THE MAY FAIR HOTEL
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)