From page 72 of ' When Two or Three'
An Orchestral Concert
The B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Adrian Boult : Manfred Overture (Schumann)
The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter : Siegfried Idyll (Wagner)
The New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens : Tintagel (Box)
Leader, Frank Thomas
Hilda Searle (soprano)
The Western Studio
Directed by Harry Davidson
The Commodore Theatre,
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
HOOTON MITCHELL (bass)
ERNEST A. A. STONELEY (violin)
SCOTTISH NATIONAL 285.7 m.
Details will be found on page 710-
At The Organ of The Granada, Tooting
FRANCES MORRIS (soprano)
The Wireless Male Voice Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Henry Cummings (baritone)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
From the Oxford Song Book:
Harvest Home (p. 13)
Michael Finnigin (p. 99)
Ten Green Bottles (p. 94)
Old King Cole (p. io6)
From the Scottish Students' Song Book:
Treue Liebe (True Love) (p. 165)
The Good Rhein Wine (p. 172)
Come, Landlord, fill the flowing Bowl (p. 186)
Little Brown Jug (p. 194)
The Wireless Male Voice
Directed by HENRY HALL
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
' Football at Fourteen
A Discussion between
CHARLES M. BUCHAN and J. G. PALMER
Charles Buchan , as readers know by now, was four times captain of England, and did b'g things for Sunderland and still bigger things for Arsenal, whilst J. G. Palmer has been the means of winning incredible successes tor Woolwich Schools' Association since he has been their trainer. But the most interesting thing about these two, so far as this talk is concerned, is that they were at school together. They are to discuss and contrast football of their schooldays with that of today - facilities, kit, training, and so on.
by DOROTHY BENNETT (soprano)
A Topical Supplement to the Week's
B. WALTON O'DONNELL
KENNETH ELLIS (bass)
In tonight's rollicking bill old favourites are to the fore. We are already in the month of Christmas and Elsie and Doris Waters have been coming to rehearsals in magnificent fur coats given them by Gert and Daisy.
And Billy Merson has come muttering gags with a West Country flavour, for Bristol is to see him in pantomime this year.
Robert Naylor has done most things.
Oratorio singer in Yorkshire, grand opera at the Old Vie., guest artist with the Carl Rosa Opera Company, West End revue, understudy to Tauber (f,)r whom he played) at Drury Lane. Who can have more abundant musical memories ?
His present act with Sylvia Cecil as partner is a big winner. Sylvia has twice been with the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company at the Prince's Theatre and her soprano voice is perfect for broadcasting.
Then there are Charles Higgins , in ' The Day I went to Wembley for the Cup Tie ', Ross and Sargent, just back from Hollywood, and our old friend Norman Long.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
(Leader, MONTAGUE BREARLEY)
Conductor, STANFORD ROBINSON
By E. V. Knox
Read by ROBERT SPEAIGHT
AMBROSE and his EMBASSY CLUB