From page 5 of ' New Every Morning '
at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by PETER MONTGOMERY
MARY SPENCER-SMITH (soprano)
from the Chelsea Parish Church of St. Luke
Music by Henry Purcell
Rudolph Dolmetsch (harpsichord) :
Suite in G minor-Overture, Air, Jig
Jean Pougnet and Frederick Grinke
(violins), Boris Ord (harpsichord): Sonata No. 3 in A minor-Grave-Allegro-Adagio (Canzona) ; AUegro-Grave
Keith Falkner (baritone),
Bernard Richards (violoncello), John Ticehurst (harpsichord): I love, and I must
The International String Quartet:
Four Part Fantasia, No. 9 and Fantasia upon one note with Beatrice Huckel
Mary Jarred (contralto), Gwen Catley and Gladys Currie (soprano), A Cappella Singers, Boyd Neel String Orchestra, conducted by Clarence Raybould : Scene 2, Act I, The Cave (Dido and -/Eneas)
Chamber Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli : Suite for Strings-Chaconne ; Adagio ; Vivace ; Rondeau; Minuet
Choir, Strings and Harpsichord of Bach Cantata Club, conducted by Kennedy Scott : Rejoice in the Lord alway
AVRIL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR (soprano)
VICTOR HARDING (baritone)
From the Films
Fred Astaire with Johnny Green 's
Orchestra : Bojangles of Harlem, Never gonna dance (Swing Time)
Grete Natzler : There's a smile in the skies (Grey, May). Oh, lassie, come (Folk Song). Marching along (Grey, May). I left my heart in Heidelberg (Pepper, Raymond) (All from Student's Romance)
Joseph Schmidt : A star falls from heaven (Feiner, May). Wine and Waltz (Neubach, May) (Both from A Star falls from Heaven)
Eleanor Powell : I've got a feeling you're fooling. You are my lucky star (Broadway Melody of 1936) Paul Robeson : The Black Emperor
(Song of Freedom) (Ansell)
Tino Bonifacio (harp) ; Harry Dyson (flute) ; Gethyn Wykeham-George
by PHYLLIS SIMONS
including Weather Forecast
A fortnight ago the'Milk Reorganisation Commission's report was published, and it is likely to be discussed by farmers for many weeks to come. The Commission was charged by the Government with the task of reviewing the operations of the several milk marketing schemes in the United Kingdom, and it has made far-reaching recommendations which are of vital interest to farmers, a great number of whom are now- dependent on milk production.
This evening the proposals made in the report are to be the subject of Anthony Hurd 's broadcast.
Directed by HENRY HALL
The Sixth Edition of a Fortnightly Topical Review of the World's Entertainment
Featuring Personalities and News of the Stage, Screen and Microphone
Devised by BERTRAM HENSON and BRUCE BELFRAGE
Introduced by HENRY KENDALL
Notional Productions, Ltd.) with THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MARK H. LUBBOCK
Produced by JOHN WATT
This series has been running since October 5 and is planned to cover all types of entertainment all over the world. It has given listeners already such spotlight.features as a telephone conversation between John Gielgud in New York and Ruth Gordon in London ; a Green Room Rag ; Leslie Banks and Flora Robson in a film before its release; a broadcast of Oedipus Rex with Martin Harvey ; a broadcast from Vienna ; extracts from plays running in London, and so forth.
' Entertainment Parade' has been compered from the beginning by that popular comedian, Henry Kendall. He trained "at the Old Vic, and played thirty-two parts there before serving for two years in the R.A.F. during the war. On being demobilised he returned to the stage and made his first big success as Lieut. Graham at the Apollo, in French Leave. He appeared with the Astaires in their first London success, Stop Flirting, and created the role of Dick Chappell in the war play Havoc which ran for a year at the Haymarket. He then went to New York and acted with Irene Bordoni.
His success in The Flying Fool, after his return to England, led to his first long film contract. He starred in such films as Rich and Strange, with Joan Barry , Mr. Bill the Conqueror with-Heather Angel , and Innocents of Chicago with Binnie Barnes and Margot Gra hame. In four years he has made thirty-four pictures. Returning to the stage once more, he appeared in Someone at the Door, which ran for a year at the Comedy, and he broadcast in an extract from it last year.
Led by LAURANCE TURNER
Conducted by CONSTANT LAMBERT See the article by Constant Lambert o?t page 12
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
MARK RAPHAEL (baritone)
THE ISOLDE MENGES
Isolde Menges (violin); Beatrice Carelle (violin); John Yewe Dyer (viola);
Ivor James (violoncello)
In the spring of 1875 Brahms worked at, among other works, the B fiat Quartet, Op. 67, which is' the most gracious of his three works in this form. Walter Niemann calls it Brahms's 'Pastoral Quartet' for everything about the music proclaims it to be pastoral : first, the character of the themes which are ' brief nature-motifs of a pastorally idyllic, naive, and comically humorous ,kind, as, for instance, in the lively " horn-calls in triplets " of the principal subject in the first movementIn keeping with this is the highly subtle rhythmical resource, frequently recalling the Beethoven of the " Pastoral " Symphony.'
Directed by SYDNEY LIPTON from Grosvenor House, Park Lane