From page 21 of ' New Every Morning '
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Geoffrey Dams (tenor)
Millicent Ward (soprano)
Bruce Boyce (baritone)
William Murdoch (pianoforte): Norwegian Bridal Procession (Grieg)
Fritz Kreisler (violin) and Sergei Rachmaninoff (pianoforte): Sonata in C minor, Op. 45 (Grieg)
Read by H. S. Carter
Peggy Wood : Zigeuner (Gypsy)
(Bitter Sweet) (Coward)
Peggy Wood and George Metaxa:
I'll see you again (Bitter Sweet) (Coward)
Arthur Fear (baritone): Memory of a Kiss, and 0 Mistress fond and fair (Casanova) (Johann Strauss )
Ina Souez and Chorus: Waltz
Song, My Hero (The Chocolate Soldier) (Straus)
Peter Dawson (bass-baritone) : A jovial monk am I (La Poupee) (The Doll) (Audran)
The Columbia Light Opera Company : Vocal Selection, Les Cloches de Corneville (Planquette)
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Alfredo Campoli (violin) from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
Alexander Kipnis (bass): Der
Wanderer (Schubert). Verrat Op. 105, No. 5. An die Nachtigall (Brahms)
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Samuel Sorbiere-a French philosopher in Charles II's England
(A series of Concert-Party Broadcasts)
Presented by Tissington and Craig Productions.
Introduced by Harry S. Pepper and Davy Burnaby from De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea.
This "scintillating summer show" is produced by Leslie Vernon, a modern mirth-maker, under the direct supervision of Will Tissington and Katharine Craig.
Among the cast, besides Leslie Vernon, are Carl Hadden, speciality dancer, who was at one time with the "Fol-de-Rols"; Alice Coty, entertainer; Newton Lees, bass-baritone; Herbert Aldridge, another old "Fol-de-Rol"; Pauline Ward, soubrette and dancer, who has been televised; Gladys Penny, soprano; Arthur Astaire, a young comedian and dancer with a famous name, who, oddly enough, played Fred Astaire's role in "Gay Divorce" on tour; The Cabaret Girls, starring Margaret Mercer, Reymonde Seton, Joan Stacey, and Ruby Savage, who have appeared at all the big West-End hotels; and Barry Humphrey, musical director, who leads his Five Rhythm Boys and has arranged all the musical numbers.
Conducted by William J. Matthews
' Cricket Professionals'
Part I from the Promenade Concert at Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Lid.)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
Festivo (Scenes historiques)
Symphony No. 4, in A minor
1 Tempo molto moderato quasi adagio. 2 Allegro molto vivace-Doppio piu lento. 3 11 tempo largo. 4 Allegro
Violin Concerto in D minor
1 Allegro moderato-Allegro molto. 2 Adagio di molto. 3 Allegro, ma non troppo
(Solo violin, TELMANYI)
Tickets can be obtained from [address removed], and usual agents. Prices (including Entertainments Tax) : 7s. 6d., 6s., 5s. (reserved), 3s. (unreserved), promenade (payment at doors only) 2s.
Sir Henry J.
at the BBC Theatre Organ
Tom Jenkins , of the Plaza, Swan-sea, who will give his first recital on the BBC Theatre Organ tonight, has broadcast 220 times, but his most painful memory is of his first broadcast to the Empire, when he was still suffering from a sprained ankle through falling down a flight of steps four days before. Determined not to miss the broadcast, he had the swollen ankle massaged every hour for four days, finishing up with a last-minute massage in the front seats of the cinema-and got through.
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A Paraphrase by E. J. King Bull
Being a dramatic sequence for broadcasting founded, with the author's consent, upon ' The Story of This Book ', by Walter de la Mare , from his anthology ' Come Hither '
' The which things ben said by allegory or ghostly understanding'
The incidental music by Victor Hely -Hutchinson directed by Jean Pougnet and played by the Leslie Bridgewater
Production by Barbara Burnham
Few programmes can have had a busier career than ' Yes and Back Again', ', E. J. King Bull's allegorical fantasy founded on Walter de la Mare's ' The Story of this Book'.
It was first broadcast in September, 1930, with Howard Rose as producer, and made a great impression by its other-worldly atmosphere and its air of meaning just a little more than one could understand. It was revived in April, 1931, and in December the same year, and was broadcast from Belfast in November, 1934. Once more it is ' back again ', and listeners are to have this opportunity of yet another peep into the mysterious House of Thrae.
de la Mare
Simon (in boyhood):