(B) From page 60 of 'When Two or Three
The Phitadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stokowstn : Chaconne (Bach, front. Stokowski)
The Roya) Opera Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens : Chasseur Maudit (CfMr Franck)
The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Robert Kajanus : Intermezzo, AHa
Mareia (Karelia Suite) (&M!Ut)
Conducted by FRANK STOKES
Relayed from The Pavilion Theatre, Liverpool
Directed by HARRY DAViDSON
The Commodore Theatre,
Leader, Alfred Barker
At the Organ of The Granada, Tooting
GLADYS PALMER (contralto) !
Directed by HENRY HALL
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'Tench Fishing in Summer*
T. A. WATBRHOUSE
Here is a talk to interest all fresh-water anglers by a man who has devoted his life to the game. Mr. T. A. Waterhouse, as a boy, often played truant from school to follow the other lads to canal or pool and pick up hints if he didn't pick up fishes. In due course he became a member of one of the many fishing clubs to be found in almost every industrial centre in the country.
For over a quarter of a century Mr.
Waterhouse has been president of the Birmingham Anglers' Association (with a membership of 14,000), and he was the Hon. Secretary of the National Federation of Anglers for eight years ; afterwards becoming president of the Federation. He has, in addition, been Chairman of the Severn Fishery Board. For all his multifarious duties, he still finds time to wander by the rivers with rod and line.
It will be remembered that Mr.
Waterhouse gave a Sports Talk—'A Day on the River Severn '—in August last year, when he spoke of fishing contests in general, and of the art and delights of fresh-water angling. Those who listened, and many more, will be anxious to hear this prince of anglers talk of tench fishing this evening.
DAVID BRAZELL (baritone)
Selection of Welsh Songs
Alfredo Campoli made his debut as a solo violinist in 1930. Up to that time he was associated with Fred Hartley and his Quintet and the Serge Krish Septet.
The Trio which Campoli formed some time afterwards is in the tradition of the one made famous by the late de Groot, and is now considered its legitimate successor, as its popularity on the variety and cinema stage conclusively proves.
Alfredo Campoli is not, however, a violinist whom listeners should associate solely with the lighter kind of music. He studied at the Rome Conservatoire, has given recitals of classical music all over Europe, and has appeared as soloist in the Brahms Violin Concerto, broadcast from Bournemouth, under Sir Dan Godfrey.
with CHARLES SMART at the organ
Presented by AUSTEN CROOM JOHNSON
of the Forty-first Season
Relayed from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Lid.)
The first of the 1935 'Proms ' is not so much a promenade as a parade, an International Music Parade. Czechoslovakia leads off brilliantly with the popular Smetana overture. Italy, Poland and Germany follow. Then Russia, England and Hungary, with Scotland bringing up the rear.
Two neighbouring items in the programme have an amusing affinity. Mussorgsky's ' 'Peep-Show' and Elgar's ' Enigma ' Variations are both miniature portrait-galleries. But whereas Elgar drew his friends, whimsically and affectionately, Mussorgsky caricatured his enemies-dull academic composers and hostile critics.
Be careful not to switch off before
Mackenzie's jolly ' Britannia ' Overture, one of the first fruits of the British musical renaissance.' Our composers have turned out greater things since 1894 but few that are better of the kind. Very little of the British music written forty years ago wears as well.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Tickets can be obtained from [address removed], and usual agents. Prices (including Entertainments Tax), 7s. 6d., 6s., 5s. (reserved); 3s. (unreserved); promenade (payment at doors only), 2S.
Ⓓ Time Signal, Greemvick, at 11.30