At The Organ of The Gaumont
Palace Cinema, Chester
(North Regional Programme)
Directed by Joseph Muscant uiretieu»j j t-_. Hammersmith
From The Commodore Theatre, Hammersmith
A Running Commentary by Captain H. B. T. Wakelam
THE INTERNATIONAL RUGBY FOOTBALL MATCH
Relayed from Ravenhill Park, Belfast
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Captain H. B. T.
Directed by Guy Daines Philip Malcolm (Baritone)
(Scottish Regional Programme)
At The Organ of The Granada,
FLORENCE MARKS and WILFRED SHINE in Irish Songs and Stories
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
This season's Cup Ties have been remarkable for the early elimination of the highly-placod and most-favoured clubs, and the persistent survival of the lesser lights of the game. Mr. Allison sums up the chances of the last four survivors in the last stage but one of the great football tournament. A Running Commentary on the Final at Wembley will be broadcast.
Mr. CARADOG PRICHARD :
Rhai Llyfrau Diweddar
(Some Recent Welsh Books)
(West Regional Programme)
Mr. R. H. PICKARD , F.R.S., D.Sc.... :
' Cotton and Artificial Silk '
Mr. R. H.
by CYRIL SMITH
New and old stars of the ' Halls' glitter in tonight's bill. Memories of the past will be stirred by Gus Elen , the veteran coster comedian, and by Marie Lloyd Jnr. , singing the songs of her motherÂ—the greatest music-hall artist of them all. The New Trix Sisters, original Josephine and new Helen, successfully revive a popular duet act. George Lacy , a grand comedian with a style of his own, comes fresh to the microphone from his 'Dame' triumphs in Daly's Mother Goose pantomime. Leslie Sarony has no rival in writing or singing the nonsense songs of jazz. Laddie Cliff and Phyllis Monkman are so versatile there's no telling what they'll do, but. ' Co-Optimist ' memories are sure to be revived. -Mussi, a new-comer, is the ' mystery-turn ' of trie programme.
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
Should the Public Schools be Abolished ?
A Discussion between BERTRAND RUSSELL and Dr. ALINGTON
This debate may solve a thorny problem that has perplexed the nation for too long. Before the Public Schools can be scrapped they must be denned. If they are to be scrapped, it is likely that the sale of the more distinguished old school ties will drop suddenly, and that there will bo a rush of institutions to disclaim a title they had' eagerly sought. Public schools have been praised for their character-training, physical training, decency, and indefinable something ' : they have been abused for their snobbishness, deification of the athlete, corruption, and complete failure to educate. Tonight, the Head-master of Eton defends the "system of which he is so distinguished an ornament against Bertrand Rusell , one of the most radical and practical educational reformers of today.
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Led by Marie Wilson )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
Read by ROBERT HARRIS
AMBROSE and his ORCHESTRA, from THE MAY
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)