From ' When Two or Three,' page 12
At The Organ of The Beaufort Cinema,
Washwood Heath , Birmingham
Leader, Frank Thomas
Relayed from The National Museum of Wales,
(West Regional Programme)
ORCHESTRA OF LA SCALA, MILAN, conducted by ATTILIO PARELLI PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by STOKOWSKI LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by ALBERT COATES
Interlude I. Miss RHODA POWER: 'St.
Francis of Assisi '
Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN and Mademoiselle CAMILLE VIÈRE: 'Dans Ie Jardin '
Directed by HENRY HALL '
Directed by Guy Daines
George Forrest Neillands (Pianoforte) (Scottish Regional Programme)
Piano Solos by CECIL DixoN
The Regent's Canal,' from ' Potted London,' by WILL OWEN
' The Pit' (Mortimer Batten)
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
Played by FRANK MERRICK
Sonata in F minor, Op. 5
1. Allegro maestoso ; 2. Andante espressivo
Mr. R. ELLIS ROBERTS
Mr. R. Ellis
Mr. JULIAN HUXLEY
Professor C. K. WEBSTER , Litt.D., F.B.A. (Stevenson Professor of International History in the London School of Economies): ' The Abolition of the European Slave Trade, 1807'
Professor C. K.
THE FOUR MUSKETEERS with MABEL PEARL at the Piano
CHARLES PENROSE and PARTNER
The Laughter Mongers MARIO DE PIETRO
Mandoline and Banjo Solos
Mrs. PULLPLEASURE in Violin Solos
RAITON and RAITON
THE MAGYAR ORCHESTRA
Conducted by WALFORD HYDEN
(Leaders, ENDRE BALOGH and BERNARD REILLIE )
Gay matter for a May Day evening! The Four
Musketeers, assisted by Mabel Pearl , have not been long in this country, but they will enchant lovers of syncopated harmony by their gay, brisk style. Laughter holding both its sides is inevitable when Charles Peurose and Partner take the air; their records sell in millions and make even Zulus laugh. For relief there are the languishing strains on mandoline and banjo of Mario de Pietro , who smiles all the time he plays. Rough stuff comes from the versatile Mrs. Pullpleasure directing a ' ladies orchestra.' Listeners will welcome, too, charming Phyllis Monkman in her first solo appearance in radio variety; she has for support her old Co-optimist comrade, Davy Burnaby , who has cantered rapidly into the very front rank of radio comperes.
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
Commander STEPHEX KING-HALL and Mr. N. F. HALL (Head of the Department of Economics, University College, London)
Mr. N. F.
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Led by LAURANCE TURNER )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
Act III : A Private Room in an Inn
Chorus Master, ARNOLD PERRY
Conductor, Sir THOMAS BEECHAM
Relayed from The Royal Opera House, Covent
(Opening Night of Season)
The events leading up to the third act of this brilliant comedy are concerned with the amorous behaviour of that old reprobate, Baron Ochs. He had made an assignation with young Octavian, who, having had occasion earlier in the opera to disguise himself as a pretty chamber-maid, is known so to the Baron. The scene is a private room at an inn. Octavian is there, and so are several odd people whom Octavian has hidden in various places with the idea of later scaring the Baron and making a fool of him. Ochs presently appears, hopeful and full of ardour. He has, however, anything but a gay time. He is harried by spies, pestered by a woman who comes and claims him as her husband and brings with her four children she declares to be his. The Commissioner of Police arrives, then Faninal, the father of the girt to whom Ochs is betrothed, and after them the Princess, his cousin, in the presence of whom the baffled Ochs is finally and completely humbled. He takes flight, and the Princess, resigned to the loss of Octavian's love, gives her consent to his betrothal to Sophie, now released from her promise to Baron Ochs.
Baron Ochs von Lerchenau:
Captain of the Guard:
Herr von Faninal:
Sophie von Faninal:
Princess von Werdenberg:
BERTINI's DANCE BAND, relayed from The
Empress Ballroom, Blackpool
(North Regional Programme)
(Shipping Forecast at 11.30)