From page 81 of ' New Every Morning '
at the Organ of the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool
Kreisler (violin) and Rakhmaninov
(Pianoforte): Sonata in C minor,
Op. 45 (Grieg)—1 Allegro molto ed appassionato. 2 Allegretto espressivo alla romanza. 3 Allegretto animato
Harold Bauer (pianoforte): Album
Leaf in A, Op. 28, No. 3 (Grieg)
Led by Harold Jones
Directed by Henry Hall
Directed by Harry Davidson from the Commodore Theatre,
Hammersmith (Soloist, SID DAVEY> )
Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra of the Berlin State Theatre: Deep in my heart, dear. Serenade (The Student Prince) (Romberg)
Edith Lorand and her Viennese
Orchestra: Selection, A Little Dutch Girl (Kálmán)
Lea Seidl (soprano): Why did you kiss my heart awake? Little Roses, Little Flowers (Frederica) (Lehdr)
The London Palladium Orchestra, conducted by Jack Frere : Selection, The Lilac Domino, (Part 2) (Cuvillier)
Dennis King , Raymond Newell ,
Livesey Woolard , and Chorus: March of the Musketeers (The Three Musketeers) (Fritnl)
with Walter Glynne
Athletics: Rifle Shooting:
Tennis: Motor Cycling
3.15 THE A.A.A. CHAMPIONSHIPS
A running commentary on the 3 miles, the 220 yards, the 120 yards hurdles, the mile, and other events by H. M. ABRAHAMS from White City Stadium
See the article on page 10
The well-known commentator, H. M. Abrahams , great athlete and Cam-bridge man, is to be helped in the commentary by Jack Lovelock , a New Zealander and Oxford man, winner of the 1,500 metres at the Olympic Games and the most famous miler in the world.
It is proposed to interrupt the broadcast at about 3.30 to take listeners over to Maze Racecourse, Down Royal, to hear something of R. C. Lyle 's commentary (to be given in full on the Northern Ireland wavelength) on the second year of the Ulster Derby. Like the Blue Ribbon of the Turf run on Epsom Downs, it is open to three-year-olds, but, unlike it, geldings may run as well as entire colts and fillies, and winners are penalised. The distance is 1 mile 3 furlongs 110 yards, as against 1½ miles.
A running commentary by Captain J. V. JACKLIN and Captain E. H. ROBINSON on the final stage of the competition for the King's Cup from Bisley
It is hoped to give listeners an audible impression of the chairing of the winner and the cheering of the crowds, as he is carried triumphantly through the camp to the traditional playing by the bands of ' See the Conquering Hero comes '.
Captain J. V.
Captain E. H.
America v. Germany or Czechoslovakia
Descriptions of the first day's play in the Inter-Zone Final by F. H. GRISEWOOD from Wimbledon
A running commentary on the closing stages by C. R. HODGSON and GEORGE A. ALLAN from Donington Park
with Evelyn Dall, Sam Browne, Max Bacon, Vera Lynn and the Manhattan Three.
Ambrose and his
post that mentions
including Weather Forecast
by Constance Stocker
6.30 YR EGWYL GYMRAEG
(The Welsh Interlude)
Ronald Harding (soddgrwth)
(A Recital of Welsh Music by Ronald Harding (violoncello))
Breuddwyd Dafydd Rhys (The
Dream of Dafydd Rhys )
Hen Alaw Gymreig , wedi ei chynganeddu a'i threfnu gan Walford Davies , a'i thrawsffurfio i'r soddgrwth gan Ronald Harding (Old Welsh Melody, harmonised and arranged by Walford Davies and transcribed for the violoncello by Ronald Harding )
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by Arnold Perry
An Alphabetical Miscellany
Devised by Alan Keith and produced by A. W. Hanson
Letter ' N '
(Seventh visit to this popular theatre)
So excellently managed is that West-end house, the Palace of Varieties, and so high is the standard of its Variety bills, that broadcasts are to be given from it every other Saturday night from the middle of September.
In tonight's programme listeners are to hear Charles Penrose, the popular laughing comedian and one of the earliest of broadcasters; Suzette Tarri, character comedienne, whose quaint and humorous personality always gets over;
G.H. Elliott , the original Chocolate Coloured Coon; Eddie Windsor, teamed up with 'Monsewer' Eddie Gray, that droll fugitive from the Crazy Gang, who has never broadcast before, except in a Henry Hall Guest Night; Robert D'Albini, Continental operatic baritone, the immortal Bransby Williams, in a selection from his repertoire; Jay Laurier, the famous Yorkshire comedian, in some of his old-time successes; and Payne and Hilliard, who will probably do their celebrated Napoleon sketch.
The programme will be described from the stalls by Ralph Truman and Bertha Ricardo.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Summer in London
Music composed and arranged by Robert Chignell
Produced by Laurence Gilliam
The first of a new series of feature programmes to which, within the next eight weeks, all Regions will contribute their own sound picture of summer over their particular part of the British Isles.
Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Gaby Valle (soprano)
including Weather Forecast