(B) From page 66 of ' When Two or Three'
to the 1st and 3rd Bns. Grenadier Guards, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Bns. Coldstream Guards and 2nd Bn. Scots Guards.
A description of the Ceremony by Major J.B.S. Bourne-May (Late Coldstream Guards).
Broadcast from Hyde Park.
This morning listeners will be able to visualise a ceremonial parade as splendid as Trooping the Colour which was broadcast the other week. Every fifteen years new Colours are presented to certain battalions of the Brigade of Guards by his Majesty the King. The parade, under the command of the Major-General commanding Brigade cf Guards, will form up in Hyde Park, and the band of each regiment and the drums of each battalion will be on parade.
Queen Mary and the ladies of the Royal party will arrive by motor-car and set down at the Royal Dais. The King, accompanied by the Duke of York and attended by the Field Officer in Brigade Waiting, two equerries, and an escort of Household Cavalry, will reach the saluting base at 11 a.m. His Majesty will be received with the Royal Salute. The Band will play while His Majesty inspects the line.
And so the ceremony will proceed: the consecration and presentation of the Colours, the march past, and the playing of the National Anthem in full by the Band.
The thousands watching, the millions listening, will remember that twenty years ago His Majesty, then Prince of Wales, served in France with the Brigade to whom this morning he is presenting Colours.
Directed by HARRY DAVIDSON from the Commodore Theatre,
ERIC FORT (baritone)
from the Hotel Majestic,
Directed by RENÉ TAPPONNIER from the Carlton Hotel
Talks for Listeners at Leisure in the Afternoon
What do you think ?
Working for Profit, or Working for the Public
The question of production for use or production for profit is being debated every day all over the country from the standpoint of the consumer. It may be interesting to consider it, for a change, from that of the worker. What is the essential difference between work in a Government office and work in a private business house? What difference in outlook does the one type of work require and produce as compared with the other type of work ? How far does the public-service motive really operate in a Government office, and how far does the profit-making motive really operate in private business ?
Douglas Jerrold 's qualification for thinking aloud on this subject is that his life has been nearly equally divided between Government service in Army, Ministry of Food, and Treasury, and ; private business.
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by AJbert Coates : May Night Overture (Rimsky-Korsakov)
The Berlin State Opera House
Orchestra : Waltz Scene (Intermezzo) (Richard Strauss )
Orchestre de La Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Paris, conducted by Philippe Gaubert : L'Apprenti sorcier (The Wizard's Apprentice) (Dukas)
Harry Dyson (flute)
Tina Bonifacio (harp)
Gethyn Wykeham-George (violoncello)
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Directed by HENRY HALL
Leader, PHILIP WHITEWAY
E. GODFREY BROWN
A Concert Party Show
Revived and Produced by HARRY S. PEPPER
C. DENIER WARREN
Guest Star Artist:
(By permission of George Black )
At the pianos:
HARRY S. PEPPER and DORIS ARNOLD
The ' White Coons ' broadcast in the National programme last night
Arthur Catterall , who is now a Fellow of the Royal Manchester College of Music, studied there in his early days, under Willy-Hess and Adolf Brodsky. His first appearance as a soloist was at a Halle Concert in 1903. In 1909 he was in London as leader of the Promenade Concerts ; later for several years he led the Halle Orchestra. Since 1929 he has been leader of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, which post he has now relinquished to devote himself to teaching and solo work.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. ELLIOTT
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard
Rev. W. H.
Led by MARIE WILSON
Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLI
ETHEL BARTLETT and RAE ROBERTSON (pianofortes) John Barbirolli , who is conducting the BBC Orchestra this evening, has been engaged for ten weeks to take Toscanini's place as conductor of the New
York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Barbirolli has had a brilliant career in England. Born in 1899 in London of Italian and French parents, he began his musical life as a 'cellist, making his debut at Queen's Hall in 1911. He toured Britain and Europe with the International String Quartet, and later established himself as one of our finest solo 'cellists. Then he took up conducting and appeared with the London Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Society, the British National Opera Company, the Covent Garden Opera. In 1933 he became conductor of the Leeds Symphony Orchestra and a year or so ago permanent conductor of the Scottish Orchestra.
Hugo Anson was born in Wellington, New Zealand, but studied at the Royal College of Music, of which he is now a professor of composition and an examiner for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. Mr. Anson has already a number of compositions to his credit.