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: THE DAILY SERVICE

ⒹFrom page 105 of ' New Every Morning '

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

From the Films
Harry Roy and his Orchestra : Oh my goodness (Poor Little Rich Girl) (Gordon, Revel)
The Street Singer: Stay awhile
(Limelight) (Sigler, Goodhart, H(,ffmann). The Whistling Waltz (Lime-house) (Hoffmann)
Marta Eggerth : Tell me again and again (Unfinished Symphony) (Schmidt, Getner, Reisch). You, me and love (My Heart is Calling) (Stols, Marischka)
Bing Crosby : Round up Lullaby
(Rhythm on the Range) (Clark, Rose)
Gracie Fields: Would you ? (San
Francisco) (Freed, Brown). I.aughing Irish Eyes (Laughing Irish Eyes) (Mitchell, Stept)
Paul Robeson and Chorus : Song of Freedom (Song of Freedom) (Ansell)

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Roy
Unknown: Marta Eggerth
Unknown: Bing Crosby
Unknown: Paul Robeson

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

History in the Making

: THE BIRMINGHAM THEATRE ROYAL ORCHESTRA

Conductor, SHERIDAN GORDON from the Theatre Royal,
Birmingham

Contributors

Conductor: Sheridan Gordon

: THE GWAUNCAEGURWEN PRIZE BAND

Conductor, DAN LLOYD
JOHN W. MORRIS (bass) (soloist, v. THOMAS )
(From Cardiff)

Contributors

Conductor: Dan Lloyd
Bass: John W. Morris
Soloist: V. Thomas

: HARRY ENGLEMAN'S QUINTET

with VERNON ADCOCK (xylophone)
(From Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Adcock

: FOR THE SCHOOLS Round the Country-side ' 'Evergreens'

C. C. GADDUM
In this broadcast C C. Gaddum will explain why evergreens differ from other plants and trees. He will talk about the mistletoe, and say why it grows on other plants, often high up in oak trees on branches to which the wind could not possibly carry the seed. Finally, he will deal with evergreens in winter, show how they are suited to stand the winter gales, and how they are unaffected by heavy falls of snow that would have serious effects on ordinary deciduous trees which lose their leaves in autumn.
Teachers are advised to have specimens or illustrations of holly, spruce, and mistletoe to show their class.
2.25 Interlude
2.30 English Literature-2
Poetry Programme
' Ballads '

: This was News

General Election
F. L. STEVENS
It is just a year since the General Election in this country; since then there have been nation-wide elections in Germany, France, and the United States, and all of them illustrated the different methods of voicing national opinion.
In his talk this afternoon
F. L. Stevens is going to draw the contrast between them.

Contributors

Unknown: F. L. Stevens
Unknown: F. L. Stevens

: THE FORUM THEATRE ORCHESTRA

Directed by PHILIP MARTELL from the Commodore Theatre,
Hammersmith

Contributors

Directed By: Philip Martell

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

Szigeti (violin), with the London
Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham , Bart. : Concerto No. 4, in D (Mozart)—1. Allegro. a. Andante cantabile. 3. Rondo

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Thomas Beecham

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE BBC EMPIRE ORCHESTRA

Leader, Daniel Melsa
Conductor, ERIC FOGG
JOHN Simons (pianoforte)
John Simons , the Australian pianist, was born in 1911, and lived in Melbourne. At the age of sixteen he won a three years Exhibition at Melbourne University Conservatorium, and in the following year gave his first piano recital. Finally, Mr. Simons graduated as Bachelor of Music at Melbourne University, and won the Woodward-Smith Scholarship at the Matthay School, London, in 1933, where he studied with Harold Craxton and Tobias Matthay.

Contributors

Leader: Daniel Melsa
Conductor: Eric Fogg
Pianoforte: John Simons
Unknown: John Simons
Unknown: Harold Craxton
Unknown: Tobias Matthay.

: The Village

' Leadership in the Village: The
Village Church'
J. A. GULLAND

: Johann Strauss (1825-1899)

A Biography in Music
The first performance of a new
Pot-pourri by Julius Buerger

Contributors

Unknown: Julius Buerger

: THE THIRD NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: Scientists at Work

Five Fathom Down
The Formation of Limestone on the West Indian Sea-Floor
MAURICE BLACK

: ' The End of her Honeymoon'

by MRS. BELLOC LOWNDES
Dramatised by LANCE SIEVEKING
Scene, Paris, 1900—the year of ihe
Great Exhibition
. Charaeters
(By permission of J. P. Milchellkili )
(By permission of J. P. Mitchellhill )

Contributors

Dramatised By: Lance Sieveking
Unknown: J. P. Milchellkili
Unknown: J. P. Mitchellhill
Nancy Dampier: Gabrielle Casartelli
Jack Dampier: Clifford Bartlett
Hotel keepers Madame Poulain: Violet Marquesita
Monsieur Poulain: Howard Marion-Crawford
Senator Burton: George Courtney
Gerald Burton, his son: Frank Day
Daisy Burton, his daughter: Marjorie Dobson-Peacock
Mere Bideau: Olga Katzin
An Attendant at the Morgue: G. R. Schjelderup
A French Official: Carleton Hobbs
The British Consul: Atholl Fleming
Mr Stephens, a London solicitor: H. Brough Robertson
The Prefect of the Paris Police: Boris Ranevsky
Youth at Hotel and Voice: A Rutherford
Monsieur Baroff: G R Schjelderup
Mr Dallas: Clifford Bartlett

: Jack Jackson and his Band

with JACK COOPER
HELEN McKAY and THE JACKDAWS from the Dorchester Hotel

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Cooper
Unknown: Helen McKay








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