From page 15 of ' When Two or Three '
Sir HERBERT MORGAN, K.B.E.
This morning Sir Herbert Morgan is to talk to parents and boys and girls on the method to be employed in getting their first job—the right way to approach employers,, both personally and by letter. He will give his views on the methods most likely to be successful, with an indication of the types wanted for particular work.
At this time of the year, when so many boys and girls are leaving their schooldays for ever, and parents are perplexed-many of them seriously worried-as to how to set about finding them a job, as they hope, for life, nothing can be more valuable than this talk by a great employer of labour, the chairman of many companies, the author of ' Careers for Boys and Girls ' and of articles on ' careers ' that have appeared in every London and provincial paper.
Sir Herbert Morgan 's advice will be authentic, original, and clear-sighted. Every parent should listen.
At the Organ of The Regal, Kingstonon-Thames
Directed by ALFRED VAN DAM
Relayed from The Troxy Cinema
Directed by HENRY HALL
Under the direction of JOHAN HOCK
Queen's College, Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM PHILHARMONIC
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conductor, JOHAN HOCK
LILIAN NIBLETTE (pianoforte)
Directed by FRANK STOKES
The Pavilion Theatre, Liverpool
Directed by Louis COHEN
The Valley Gardens, Harrogate
The plot of The Italian in Algiers, like the plots of nine out of ten comic operas, is based on that good old formula, the ' eternal quadrangle'. (The ' triangle ' is strictly reserved for tragedies.) Mustafa, Bey of Algiers, is infatuated with a beautiful Italian captive, Isabella. He already has a wife, Elvira, and, being apparently non-polygamous, proposes to get rid of her by giving her to another Italian captive, Lindoro. As Lindoro and Isabella are lovers, and Elvira is devoted to her husband, Mustafa's bright idea is satisfactory to no one but himself.
Leader, A. Rossi
Under the direction of EMILIO COLOMBO
The Hotel Metropole, London
LEONIE ZIFADO (soprano)
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Directed by HENRY HALL
B. WALTON O'DONNELL
A Secret Service Serial by SYDNEY
Radio adaptation by HOLT MARVELL With music arranged and conducted by WALFORD HYDEN. Produced by A. W. HANSON
Episode 3 : BUDAPEST The players include:
NORMAN SHELLEY as ' Tiger '
Standish GRETA KELLER as ' 'Rozi'
ROBERT G. RENDEL
J. LESLIE FRITH
Scene : The Cafe Palota, Budapest
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
THE ENGLISH ENSEMBLE:
Marjorie Hayward (violin); Rebecca Clarke (viola); May Mukle (violoncello) ; Kathleen Long (pianoforte)
HERBERT HEYNER (baritone)
In none of Bax's chamber music is so much dramatic force and power condensed as in this remarkable quartet, composed in 1922. It takes only eight minutes to play, and yet a depth of intense feeling is compressed that might easily have sufficed for a whole symphony. The opening is marked feroce, which provides a good clue to the mood of the music. The work makes no concessions to lyrical charm and, indeed, never relaxes from the vigour with which it opens. Nor does it allow for any weakness on the part of its performers : for each individual, and for all four as a team, it is exacting both as regards technique and interpretation.
HARRY ROY AND HIS BAND
Relayed from The May Fair Hotel