From page 75 of 'When Two or Three'
Captain H. BALFOUR , M.C., M.P.
The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar : Overture, Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna (Suppe)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Mephisto Waltz (Liszt)
The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter : Siegfried Idyll (Wagner)
The Lamoureux Orchestra of Paris, conducted by Albert Wolff : Habanera (Chabrier)
The British Symphony Orchestra, conducted bv Ethel Smyth : Overture, The Wreckers (Ethel Smyth ) .
(Leader, Alfred Barker ) Conductor, T. H. Morrison
Cissie Locke (flute)
Directed by Harry Davidson
The Commodore Theatre,
Conductor, E. Godfrey Brown
Valse Triste 1 Sibelius
Tone Poem, Finlandia.....
Waltz (Eugene Onegin)... Tchaikovsky
At The Organ of The Granada, Tooting
(Leader, Alfred Cave)
Conducted by H. Foster Clark
The fourth of a new Songs from the Shows series-a chronological survey of film songs from the silent picture theme song up to the present-day talkie hit
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA and THE REVUE CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
At the Pianos :
HARRY S. PEPPER and DORIS ARNOLD
Compered and Produced by JOHN WATT
Directed by CHARLES KUNZ
Relayed from Casani's Club
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers
It is comparatively rare for an English professional football player to sign on with a French team and play football in France. But it was the experience of Alex Cheyne.
Born at Glasgow, he played for Shettleston as a junior and then went up to Aberdeen. Then Chelsea secured him, and after a season or two with them he was tempted away by 'The Sporting Club de Nimes' to play for their first team and to coach their second. He stayed a year or two, but now he is back again with Chelsea.
Whilst with the Nimes Club he travelled a good deal, playing matches in Paris and Lille, in the south of France, and even one at Bilbao in Spain against an Italian team. He has some amusing stories to tell about the difference between League football on the Continent and in England. He is glad to be back, but he had a good time out in France, a great many laughs, and he learnt the language.
by JOHN DUNCAN (baritone)
OLIVER STEPHENS , M.A., B.D., Professor of the History and Philosophy of Religion, Presbyterian
' Sir Edgeworth David-the famous
(Led by LAURANCE TURNER )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
EILEEN HANNEVIG (soprano)
RICH AND SILVA
The Bright Rhythm Boys
The Aristocrat of Comedians
Professional Idiot, encouraged by Billie Carlyle
The Famous Scots Comedian
The Popular Tenor
THE DANCING DAUGHTERS
(Trained by Miss Rosalind Wade )
THE ORCHESTRA, under the direction of KNEALE KELLEY
The presence of Claude Dampier in a programme is a guarantee of laughter. He has toured the world with his act, and he had a big name in the Dominions before he came into prominence over here.
Rich and Silva return to the air for the first time since their broadcast in Variety in June. Vic Oliver is an American comedian on his fourth visit here, and just off home again. Whilst Will Fyffe will present the ever-popular brand of Scottish humour. He has just finished a film, Rolling Home, and has received a big offer to make one in Hollywood.
Trevor Watkins has not broadcast in a Variety programme for about two years. He has been playing in Frederica and The Dubarry (on tour with Binnie Hale ). This summer he scored a big hit with an act that he wrote himself, called ' Schubert Fantasy'.
Weather Forecast, including Forecast for Shipping, and Second General
An American Fantasy
Savino Stephen Foster
THE B.B.C. THEATRE
(Leader, MONTAGUE BREARLEY)
The American composers in this programme range from Stephen Foster -who wrote most of his songs, including Old Folks at Home, nearly a hundred years ago-right up to Gershwin, Groft, and Savino, some of those who are engaged in livening up New York today and the rest of the world the day after. In between is Sousa, who, for popularity, could in his time have given points to most of the others in this programme.
AMBROSE and his ORCHESTRA