From' When Two or Three', page 30
ARTHUR WEBB : ' Pies Sweet and Savoury '
JULIAN DUGUID : ' Unemployment Campa in Canada '
At The Organ of The Regal,
A Miscellaneous Programme
The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech : Overture, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Mendelssohn). The Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra. conducted by Sir Dan Godfrey : Pizzirati tor Strings, Rain-drops (T. De La Riviere). Wayne King and his Orchestra: Waltz, Reflections in the Water (Webster, Loch). The Broad-way Brothers (Duellists at the Piano): The grass is getting greener all the time (Newman, Burke, Spina). Edythe Baker (Rhythm Pianist): Medley, Nymph Errant (Cole Porter). The Moderniques (Vocal Quartet): My Lucky Day (Parr and Daries). The Casani Club Band, directed by Charlie Kunz : The Last Round Up (Hill). Joseph Wag -staff: An old, old man with an old, old pipe (Gordon, Revel). Jay Wilbur and his Band: Waltz, Sweet Dreams, Pretty Lady (Downey, Hanley). The Street Singer: Mariaâ€”Mari (Di Capua). The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar : Capriccio Italien, Op. 45 (Tchaikovsky).
Directed by Frank Cantell
'Round the Countryside' Mr.
ERIC PARKER : 'Evergreens'
WALFORD DAVIES : 'Tune Designing and the A.A.B.A. Plan'
2.30 Introductory Course. 3.0
Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN and Mademoiselle
E. R. MONTEIL
Mr. VERNON BARTLETT : 'Europe
(Contralto) THE NEW ENGLISH TRIO: Gwenneth Trotter (Violin); James
Whitehead (Violoncello); René Sweetland (Pianoforte)
Songs by FREDERICK CHESTER , wlio will also tell another story of ' 'Julia the Cow '
Songs at the Piano by HELEN ALSTON
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
Sung by KATE WINTER (Soprano)
Lo coucher du soleil (At Sunset)
La mort d'Ophelie (The Death of Ophelia) Zaide
' At Sunset ' is another setting from
Thomas Moore , also dedicated to the Irish poet.
' The Death of Ophelia ' is in the form of a ballad adapted from Shakespeare.
' Zaide,' in the form of a bolero, is a ballad with a setting in the Spanish city of Granada.
Herr MAX KROEMER
HELENA TAYLOR (Mezzo- Soprano)
The Commonwealth of Nations-IX
Mr. JOHN J. HORGAN : 'The Irish Free State today'
In this interesting and stimulating series of talks, the intention of which is to present a picture of the British Empire as it is today, the Irish Free State-with all eyes upon it-takes its place to-night. The speaker will deal frankly and illummatingly with the situation in Ireland today, and will give an account of the aims and ideas of the present Government and of the opposition. He will start with a brief review of the relations between Ireland and the British Government since the Treaty of December, 1921, and will make an unbiased survey bf the situation as it exists at the present time. No greater opportunity to see all sides of a difficult and delicate problem, both as between the opposing political parties in Ireland, and as between Ireland and ourselves, has ever been given. Listeners, however knowledgeable, howsoever wise, must know more after this talk than they did before of something that is affecting the history of our times.
Mr. John J.
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
FREDERICK RANALOW (Baritone)
YVONNE ARNAUD (Pianoforte)
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)