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: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page 61 of ' New Every Morning

: FILLING YOUR STORE-CUPBOARD

Mrs. Arthur Webb

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Arthur Webb

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

J. H. Squire Celeste Octet: Narcissus (Nevin). Valse Bluette-Air de ballet (Drigo). Waltz, Sans souci (Intermezzo) (von Blon)
Elsie Suddaby (soprano): The
Almond Tree (Schumann). The Mocking Fairy (Besly)
Vasa Prihoda (violin): Humoresque, Op. 101, No. 7 (Dvorák, arr. Wilhelmj). Autumn Song (Chaykovsky, arr. Cerne)
Elsie Suddaby (soprano): Prayer to our Lady (Ford). On Wings of Song (Mendelssohn)
Vasa Prihoda (violin): Serenata
No. 1, Op. 6 (Toselli). Liebesfreud (Joy of Love) (Kreisler)
J. H. Squire Celeste Octet: Serenade (Pierne). Gavotte tendre (Ganne). Song of the Waterfall (Squire)

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Suddaby
Violin: Vasa Prihoda
Soprano: Elsie Suddaby
Violin: Vasa Prihoda

: ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND

THEIR MAJESTIES
THE KING AND QUEEN at the site of the Empire Exhibition,
Scotland
(From Glasgow)
The steel framework of next year's Empire Exhibition will rise within a few yards of the Royal car when their Majesties visit Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, today. They will be received by Lord Elgin on the brow of Bellahouston Hill, overlooking the mass of girders and excavations which, by May of next year, will be transformed into the greatest exhibition of its kind that the world has seen since Wembley.
A short distance from the site of the Exhibition's 300-foot observation tower, His Majesty will unveil a rough-hewn block of Aberdeen granite marking the site of the Empire Exhibition. Lord Elgin will present to His Majesty Cecil M. Weir , the convener of the Exhibition, Thomas S. Tait , the architect, and also several of the workmen from the park. An article on Scotland's Royal Salute, by Melville Dinwiddie , will be found on page 6.

Contributors

Unknown: Cecil M. Weir
Unknown: Thomas S. Tait
Unknown: Melville Dinwiddie

: THE BBC DANCE ORCHESTRA

Directed by Henry Hall

Contributors

Directed By: Henry Hall

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Erika Morini (violin): Song without Words (Chaykovsky). La Precieuse (Couperin, arr. Kreisler). Gavotte (Lully, arr. Burmester). Minuet (Mozart, arr. Kross)

Contributors

Violin: Erika Morini

: THE BRITISH OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

A further description of the final day's play by BERNARD DARWIN from Carnoustie

Contributors

Play By: Bernard Darwin

: FRANK BIFFO'S BRASS QUINTET

(All arrangements by Guy Fletcher and Jack Beaver )

Contributors

Arrangements By: Guy Fletcher
Arrangements By: Jack Beaver

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by Harold Craxton

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Craxton

: THE SUICIDE CLUB

An Episode from the New Arabian Nights by Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted for broadcasting by Ursula Branston
-2
The Adventure of the Hansom Cabs
A further fantastic exploit of Prince Florizel and his companions, and the final downfall of his arch-enemy, the President of the Suicide Club
Those taking part
Felix Aylmer
Robert Newton
J. B. Rowe
Bruce Winston
Hubert Gregg
J. Fisher White
Brember Wills and Adrian Thomas
Production by William MacLurg
(Empire Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson
Broadcasting By: Ursula Branston
Unknown: Felix Aylmer
Unknown: Robert Newton
Unknown: J. B. Rowe
Unknown: Bruce Winston
Unknown: Hubert Gregg
Unknown: J. Fisher
Unknown: Adrian Thomas
Production By: William MacLurg

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Solomon (pianoforte): Au bord d'une source (Liszt)
Adolf Busch (violin): Suite in A
Preludio ; Capriccio ; Corrente ; Recitativo ; Giga (Vivaldi, arr. Busch) Siciliano (Geminiani, arr. Busch)
Solomon (pianoforte) : Polonaise in A flat, Op. 53 (Chopin)

Contributors

Violin: Adolf Busch

: THE ROYAL FOLLIES

under the direction of Tom Vernon from the Central Pier, Blackpool

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Vernon

: THE BRITISH OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

a further description of the final day's play by BERNARD DARWIN from Carnoustie

Contributors

Play By: Bernard Darwin

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE BBC MIDLAND ORCHESTRA

Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Leslie Heward

Contributors

Conducted By: Leslie Heward

: IN OTHER GARDENS

P. W. D. Izzard
The first of the summer gardening talks will be given by the Gardening Editor of the Daily Mail, who will speak of some of the beautiful gardens he has seen-for instance, those at Sandringham, which he visited while staying in Norwich recently for the Royal Norfolk Show.
He will also have a word to say about our failures as amateur gardeners, for this is the time of the year when we realise them.
A good garden is created out of mistakes, but only if the creator possesses the first attribute of a good gardener, which is patience.

Contributors

Unknown: W. D. Izzard

: 'FIVE HOURS BACK

A short-wave relay of what afternoon listeners in America are hearing this evening
Frank Black and his Orchestra
Popular new film selections
This series was first given in February, 1935, and has proved so popular that it has recurred at frequent intervals in the programmes ever since. British listeners will hear this evening what American listeners are hearing this afternoon, for 7.30 in Great Britain is 2.30 in New York.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Black

: MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES

with Louis Levy and his Symphony
(By arrangement with the Gaumont-British
Picture Corporation, Ltd.)
Janet Lind and Robert Ashley Orchestra arrangements by Peter Yorke

Contributors

Unknown: Louis Levy
Unknown: Janet Lind
Unknown: Robert Ashley
Arrangements By: Peter Yorke

: ' LONDON TRAFFIC '

A broadcast recollection of some of the cars, omnibuses, cabs, coaches, broughams, phaetons, etc., which have appeared at various times in the streets of London
The cast includes
Cyril Nash , V. C. Clinton-Baddeley ,
Carleton Hobbs , Gladys Young and drivers of vehicles-old and new, and John Watt in a hansom cab
' London Traffic ' was first broadcast on September 28, 1936
The programme compiled and produced by Felix Felton

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Nash
Unknown: V. C. Clinton-Baddeley
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Gladys Young
Unknown: John Watt
Produced By: Felix Felton

: THE THIRD NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

Talks from the Regions about current movements in population
1-The Midlands by P. Sargant Florence
(From Birmingham)
Professor P. Sargant Florence , Professor of Commerce in the University of Birmingham since 1929, is to introduce a new series, the aim of which is to discuss current movements of population, from North to South, from country to town, from the depressed areas to places where work can be found for them. Each week a different speaker will discuss his particular area.

Contributors

Unknown: P. Sargant Florence
Unknown: Professor P. Sargant Florence

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Norman Walter (bass)
The Shadwick String Quartet:
Joseph Shadwick (violin)
James Soutter (violin)
Frederick Riddle (viola)
Frederick Alexander (violoncello)

Contributors

Bass: Norman Walter
Violin: Joseph Shadwick
Violin: James Soutter
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Viola: Frederick Alexander

: EDDIE CARROLL AND THE CASANI CLUB ORCHESTRA

with CAROLINE and HUGHIE DIAMOND from Casani's Club

Contributors

Unknown: Hughie Diamond








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