From page 90 of ' When Two or Three '
Harold Samuel (pianoforte); Partita in C minor (Bach)—I. Sinfonie ; 2. Allemande ; 3. Courante; 4- Sarabande ; 5. Rondeau ; 6. Caprice
Yehudi Menuhin (violin) : Nigun—
The Griller String Quartet: Quartet in C (Cundell)—1. Allegro con brio; 2. Adagio; 3. Presto; 4. Andante, Allegro con brio
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conductor, T. H. MORRISON
GRETA COOK (contralto)
Directed by HARRY DAVIDSON
The Commodore Theatre,
A Running Commentary, by Captain H. B. T. WAKELAM , on the International
Rugby Union Football Match
Relayed from Ravenhill Park, Belfast
H. B. T.
A Short-wave Relay of what Morning Listeners in America are hearing this
ED EAST and RALPH DUNKE
THE B. A. ROLFE ORCHESTRA
THE CAVALIERS QUARTET
Directed by HENRY HALL
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Racing: from the Trainer's Point of View'
Here is a great opportunity for lovers of racing who are to hear a Sports Talk by one of the most successful trainers in England-Jack Jarvis , third in the list of winning trainers last year. He was born at Newmarket in 1887, the son of William Jarvis , who trained Cyllene, sire of four Derby winners. Jack Jai-vis 's two brothers are W. R. Jarvis , trainer, to His Majesty the King, and B. E. Jarvis. who trained Papyrus, winner of the Derby.
As a jockey he had considerable success, riding many winners, including Hackler's Pride, winner of the' Cambridgeshire in 1903, which was one of the biggest coups ever brought off on the Turf.
He started training in the spring of 1914, but closed down owing to the War and joined the Army. After the War he started at Park Lodge, and in 1922 he took over the late Lord Rosebery's horses and the following year won for him the Two Thousand Guineas with Ellangowan, and in 1924 the One Thousand with Plack. For the present Earl he won the St. Leger with Sandwich, and the Eclipse with Miracle. He has at present the largest string of horses in Newmarket.
A Recital by ERNEST DAVIES (bass-baritone)
6.45 Welsh Interlude
' The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (founded 1751)-Yesterday, To-day, and Tomorrow'
J. L. CECIL WILLIAMS , LL.B.
J. L. Cecil
A Topical Supplement to the Week's
EDITH GUNTHORPE and CECIL BAUMER
Written by R. A. WATSON WATT and JOHN SALT
Produced by JOHN SALT
In the Bible, in Shakespeare, in German, French, and Italian proverb the weather is told by the sky. From earliest times man's interest has centred in foretelling the weather because his crops and even his life depend on it.
Men have seen how the wasps collect in the evening, and what sort of winter follows after ; how the flocks of cranes come early if the winter is to be early, too; how the dog scratches when rain is coming, and when a tempest is on the way how crabs run out of the sea. Insect and bird and beast were the first barometers.
In this imaginative feature programme, radio technique will not only show listeners a sort of saga of man's interest in the weather and his increasing skill at forecasting it, but will convey the average man's joy in the sunshine and depression in the rain..... But there are. those who, because of their callings, are conversely affected.... Man's cunning devised instruments of incredible accuracy, and made him so clever that today he can even manufacture the weather.
The weather up to date. Modern weather maps and weather forecasts that flash in code all over the world..... And, finally, a little interlude about some people who would glide, but have to be content with dancing because of the rain.
A gale warning..... But that will be followed up in another broadcast next week.
ALEC McGILL and GWEN VAUGHAN
(The Cheerful Chatterers)
(In Light Songs)
HARRIET BENNETT and JOHN GARRICK
(In their World-Wide successes)
TWO AMERICANS FROM
LEON KIMBERLY AND HELEN PAGE
THE DANCING DAUGHTERS
(Trained by Rosalind Wade )
The B.B.C. VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Directed by KNEALE KELLEY
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Leader, MONTAGUE BREARLEY
AMBROSE AND HIS
EMBASSY CLUB ORCHESTRA