From "Vhen Two or Three,' page 42
, at 10.30
(Leader, Allan Blackwood )
Conducted by ARTHUR COLE
Relayed from The Winter Gardens, Cheltenham
Music from Revues
Debroy Somers ' BandTwith vocal chorus : Selection, Words and Music (Coward). Jank Hulbert : She's such a comfort to me (The House that Jack Built) (Schwartz). Edythe Baker (Pianoforte) : My heart stood still (One Dam thin" after Another) (Hart, Rodger*, Be Brown, Henderson). Frances Day : It's best to forget and Sow You're Here (How d'you do) (Ord Hamilton). Debroy Somers' Band A Review of Revues No. 1. Ev'ry little while (Some). Dear old Saturday night (Push and Go). Kitty, the Telephone Girl (5064 Gerrard). I'm tired of playing second fiddle (Whirligig). We'll all do the goose-step (Business as Usual). 1 shall see you tonight (Cheep). Pom-tiddle-orB-pom (Shell out). Gilbert the Filbert (Passing Show). Gypsyyvarned me (Whirligig). When we've wound up the watch on the Rhine (Business as Usual).
Time Siunal, Greenwich, at 1.0
Directed by Joseph Muscant
Relayed from The Commodore Theatre,
A Recital by ALFRED CORTOT
Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 11 (Liszt). Cradle Song, Op. 49, No. 4 (BTahms). Preludes, Op. 28 (Chopin)-1. C. 2. A minor. 3. G. 4. E minor. 5. D. 6. B minor. Cortot and The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Landon Ronald : Allegro Vivace (Concerto in A minor for pianoforte and orchestra) (Schumann).
Directed by CHARLES Kunz
Relayed from Casani's Club
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
(Midland Regional Programme)
At The Organ of The Granada, Tooting
Overtures Don Baker , who, as guest-organist at the Granada, will be broadcasting every Saturday this month, makes his bow to British listeners today. He ranks as a first-class cinema organist in America. He is Canadian born, has gained his reputation on the Paramount Circuit, and is chief instructor at. the Wurlitzer School of Cinema Organ Playing in New York.
A Recital of Gramophone Records
Weather FORECAST, First GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
Mr. L. A. Godfree : 'Lawn Tennis: The
Umpire and his Linesmen '
During the broadcasts from Wimbledon many listeners must have heard the umpire's command- ing voice. Mr. L. A. Godfrce , for many years a member of the Council of Lawn Tennis Umpires' Association, and now its Chairman, will talk of the complexities of the umpire's job, the need for tact in handling players and crowds, for comprehensive knowledge of the rules, and for speed in decision. He will also touch on the onerous duties of the linesmen, so often the cause of temperamental displays.
Mr. L. A.
Mr. L. A.
Dilys WYNNE JONES (Contralto)
with Cavan O'Connor
OPENING NIGHT-THIRTY-NINTH SEASON
Relayed from The Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
Weather FORECAST, Sucond GENERAL News
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA, directed by HENRY HALL
(Shipping Forecast at n.o)