From page 117 of 'New Every Morning'
Mrs. F. M. Ingillson
Mrs. F. M.
at the Organ of the Curzon Cinema,
The Grinke Trio:
Frederick Grinke (violin) ;
Florence Hooton (violoncello) ;
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
Leader, Charles Vorzanger
Directed by Harry Davidson from the Commodore Theatre,
Mary and Geraldine Peppin
MARY AND GERALDINE PEPPIN
OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE
A running commentary by H. M. Abrahams on some of the events at the Inter-University Athletic
Meeting, from White City Stadium SCOTLAND v. ENGLAND
A running Commentary by Captain H. B. T. Wakelam on the International Rugby Union Football
Match from Murrayfield, Edinburgh
The first twenty-five minutes of this mixed programme of sport will take iisteners to the White City, where the Oxford and Cambridge sports will be taking place. That famous athlete and well-known broadcaster, H. M. Abrahams , will describe the running of the 100 yards, the half-mile, and a hurdle race. For the first time he will have a trailing microphone with him inside the track.
Then to Murrayfield, where Scotland and England are playing the last International match of the season, and also competing for the Calcutta Cup. Listeners will hear the whole of the first half.
At approximately 3.55, during the interval in the match, they will be taken back to the White City to hear Abrahams's commentary on the running of the mile. Then back to Murrayfield to hear the whole of the second half of the match. And back once more to the White City for the final results of the Varsity sports.
H. B. T.
AniaDorfmann (pianoforte): Valse
Impromptu (Liszt). Waltz, Voices of Spring (Johann Strauss , arr. Griinfeld). Echoes of Vienna (Sauer)
Directed by Henry Hall
including Weather Forecast
A Recorded Review of Events at Home and Abroad
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Frank Bridge Composer, -conductor, viola player, Frank Bridge is one of the most gifted and most striking personalities in modern British music. At one time people used to think of him as essentially a composer of chamber music. It is true he began his career in that branch of music, both as performer and composer. But he also enriched English song literature with a number of fine things of. the type that appeals equally to the connoisseur and the man-in-the-armchair-beside-the-loudspeaker. ' Love went a-riding' is only the most popular of a dozen such songs, and he has written some lovely orchestral poems. Bridge is equally at home at the conductor's desk. He served his apprenticeship with the baton a quarter of a century ago when he used to rehearse the New Symphony Orchestra, and since then he has conducted opera at the Savoy-1910-11, and Covent Garden, 1913. Practically all the most famous British and American orchestras have played under him.
An old favourite with new features
Produced by A. W. Hanson
HUGHES and LEVER
Singing their own Songs
THE VIENNESE SINGING
ALBERT WHELAN the well-known Entertainer
ETHEL REVNELL and GRACE WEST
The Two Oddments
Sir JOHN MARTIN HARVEY and Miss N. DE SILVA
AND COMPANY in an excerpt from
' The Only Way'
Arranged for broadcasting by Julian Frank
THE BBC VARIETY
ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN WEAVER
Sir John Martin
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
A discussion on its merits and demerits
For Hire Purchase :
Sir Harold Bellman
Sir Harold Webbe
Against Hire Purchase :
The Rt. Hon. Margaret Bondfield
F. C. Hooper
(Prof. of Commerce, University of Birmingham)
Rt. Hon. Margaret
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
Raymond Newell (baritone)
including Weather Forecast