From When Two or Three, page 99
Mr. W. S. Morrison , M.P.
Mr. W. S.
Directed by Norman Austin
Relayed from The New Victoria Cinema,
By CHRISTOPHER STONE
Directed by Guy Daines
Conducted by Horace Fellowes
Relayed from The Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
(North Regional Programme)
(North Regional Programme)
' Punch and Judy,' by ARTHUR BULLIVANT and DORRIE CLARE
' More about Brer Rabbit,' by ETHEL MALDEN
JOHN RORKE and PHYLLIS ScoTT in old-time duets
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers
by ALEC ROWLEY and EDGAR MOY
Florent Schmitt was born in Lorraine within a few paces of the former frontier, which may seem to account for the Teutonic breadth of conception which combines with a typically exquisite French finish which characterises all his work. Born in 1870, he gained a Prix de Rome in 1900, and spent it in various parts of Europe, thereby adding to his other qualities a sense of cosmopolitanism. But with all this his music is not known in England with the familiarity that his great reputation in France would appear to warrant.
(Led by Marie Wilson )
Conducted by ARTHUR WOOD
Arthur Wood , bom at Heckmondwike in 1875, has spent many years in conducting orchestras — at first, as deputy, that of the Harrogate Corporation, and then, as chief, at various London theatres, particularly the Shaftesbury and the Gaiety. He became Musical Director at Daly's in 1922. He has written the music for several musical comedies and revues, and also a number of orchestral pieces, of which ' Throe Dale Dances ' is amongst the best known.
Relayed from The Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
HERBERT HEYNER (Baritone)
MYRA Hess (Pianoforte)
THE B.B.C. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Principal First Violin,
Charles Woodhouse )
Conducted by Sir HENRY WOOD
(Tickets can be obtained from [address removed] and usual Agents. Prices (Including Entertainments Tax), 7s. 6d, 6s., 5s. (Reserved), 3s. (Unreserved), Promenade (Payment at doors only)
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL
Mr. VERNON BABTLETF
Since last October, Mr. Bartlett has travelled in over a dozen European countries, interviewing their leading politicians and rulers, and studying the condition of their political life at first hand. Ho resumes 'his talks tonight from London, therefore, with increased experience and authority. He intends to supplement his own talks in the present series by introducing guest speakers from other countries as the course of the news dictates.
Mr. Bartlett will speak on Thursday evenings every week until October 5. On and after October 9 he will broadcast on Mondays at 9.20 p.m.
SYDNEY KYTE and his BAND, relayed from
The Piccadilly Hotel
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)