From page 25 of 'New Every Morning'
The Countess Larra
This new series will bring women to the microphone to speak of some aspect of their lives that is likely to be of interest to other women. In this first broadcast Countess Larra is to tell how she was left to earn her living, with no training of any kind and no marketable asset beyond an ability to cook. She will describe her 'privations and humiliations before she was ahte to get work. Her own story will support her plea to any of her listeners who may be parents-however prosperous they may be-to have their daughters trained to earn their living.
at the Organ of the Paramount
The Canadian Trio:
Ida Nelson (violin)
Sara Nelson (violoncello)
Anna Nelson (pianoforte)
Leader, Charles, Voorzanger
Directed by Harry Davidson from the Commodore Theatre,
The Dolce Singers:
Megan Thomas ; Doris Cowen ; Percy Manchester ; Foster Richardson
Oscar Lampe (violin)
A running commentary on the principal event at the Worcestershire Hunt's Point-to-Point Meeting, at Crowle by Major G. Phipps Hornby
Major G. Phipps
A running commentary on the final stages of the race by H. M. Abrahams from White City Stadium
A running commentary on the second half of the International
Rugby Union Football Match by Captain H. B. T. Wakelam from Ravenhill Park, Belfast
Captain H. B. T.
by W. M. Thackeray
Read by V. C. Clinton Baddeley
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Directed by Henry Hall
including Weather Forecast
A Recorded Review of Events at Home and Abroad
6.30 YR EGWYL GYMRAEG
Ⓓ (The Welsh Interlude)
' Un o Ysgolheigion mwyaf
Cymru-J. J. Evans '
(One of Wales' greatest scholars
-J. J. Evans )
Led by-Laurance Turner
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
An old favourite with new features
Produced by A. W. Hanson
THE TWO LESLIES
(Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes -
Britain's Brightest Entertainers)
HERMAN HYDE AND
(Americans in London)
(England's Favourite American
THE TWO RADIO IDOLS
Les Allen and Kitty Masters, with their pianists, Laurie Day and Jimmy Turnbull
FLANAGAN AND ALLEN
Popular Comedians—' Oi '
THE BBC VARIETY
ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Conductor, Sir Hugh S. Roberton from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappelland Co., Ltd.)
The Glasgow Orpheus Choir will bear comparison with almost any other choir in existence, so far as the singing of madrigals, part songs, and folk songs is concerned. Many of these have been arranged by Sir Hugh S. Roberton , its distinguished conductor. Sir Hugh began his career as the trainer of a church choir and then became conductor of the Toynbee House Choir, Glasgow, a small body of singers who became the nucleus of the Orpheus. For attack, beauty of tone, and perfection of ensemble there are few British choirs that can surpass the Glasgow Orpheus.
Sir Hugh S.
Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by Harold Lowe
George Baker (baritone)
with JACK COOPER and HELEN CLARE from the Dorchester Hotel
including Weather Forecast