From ' When Two or Three ', page 27
Leader, Frank Thomas
Relayed from The National Museum of Wales
(West Regional Programme)
An Orchestral Concert
Willem Mengelbergand his Concertgebouw Orchest Valse Serenade, O|«. 48, for btrm Orchestraharmonic Or-
Gieseking (Pianoforte) and The London Philharmonic Or-
Gieseking conducted by Sir ™v W° od Svmphonic Variaehestra. conducted by Sir Henry Wood : SymphonicSecond movement, Allegretto; Third movementMolto più Lento;
Fourth movement, Allegro non troppo. The London
Symnhony Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Collingwood :
Le Roi s'amuse(Delibes)—Pavanne; Passepied.
Directed by Joseph Muscant
Relayed from The Commodore Theatre,
Godowsky (Pianoforte) and Alexander Kipnis
Alexander Kipnis : Der Wanderer (The Wanderer) and Dcr Wegweiser (The Guide Post) (Schubert) ; Mondnacht (Moon; light (Schmnann). Leopold Godowsky: Nocturne in E minor Op. 72, No. 1 (Chopin); Ballade, Op. 24 (Grieg).
Alexander Kipnis : Der Doppelganger (Schubert); Traum durch die Dammerung (Strauss).
At The Organ of The Granada, Tooting
Conducted by CHARLES LEGGETT
HARRY COSTIGAN (Baritone)
A Tea-time Entertainment by Artists new to the Microphone
Banjo and Mandoline Solos by MARIO DE PIETRO
' The Futile Fable of the Cautious Camel', a story by HUGHE. WRIGHT
A new Competition
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
Mr. LARRY GAINS: Some of my Big Fights '
The speaker tonight is the popular boxer Larry Gains , who won the Empire Heavyweight Championship last year. A few months later Gains had the distinction of beating Camera on points at the White City in the presence of over seventy thousand spectators. His broadcast tonight on ' Some of my big Fights ' will thrill all boxing fans.
Professor T. GWYNN JONES: 'All Things Anew'
(West Regional Programme)
Mr. BERNARD GRANT: 'Photographing the Messina Earthquako '
Mr. Bernard Grant, who tonight tells listeners of the Mossina earthquake, is yet another of the famous Grant brothers, all celebrated photographers on The Daily Mirror, to talk in this series. He will relate how he arrived at Messina on the morning of New Year's Day, 1909, to find a shattered city with sixty thousand of its inhabitants buried under the ruins. Dead and dying, soldiers comforting a little child pinned under fallen masonry, malodours, flood and pestilence, heroism, miraculous escapes. From the time of his arrival when he was held to ransom by two Sicilians who took him ashore, throughout his itinerary of the stricken city with minor earthquakes taking place all the while, to the hour of his departure on S.S. Lombardia, with two thousand refugees on board, and another earthquake occurring at sea, Mr. Bernard Grant 's experience was thrilling, frightening and gruesome. Perhaps one of his most vivid memories is the finding of a poor live hen hanging by its feet to a hook in the ceiling of a demolished house, waiting for the pot. To listen to Mr. Grant tonight should be more exciting than the most flesh-creeping story by Edgar Allan Poe.
A Topical Supplement to the Week's Programmes
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
which has won the National Eisteddfod
Championship in 1928, 1930, 1931, and 1933 Organist, DAVID RICHARDS
Conductor, W. D. CLEE
Relayed from The Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell & Co., Ltd.)
AMBROSE and his EMBASSY CLUB ORCHESTRA
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)