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A. T. Lennox-Boyd , M.P.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Overture, Beatrice and Benedict (Berlioz)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Koussevitzky :
Symphony No. 5. in C minor
(Beethoven)-1 Allegro con brio.
Andante con moto. 3 Allegro.
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
Bernard Derksen and his Orchestra: Pot-Pourri, The Gypsy Baron (Johann Strauss )
Emilio Colombo and his Salon
Orchestra: Selection of Gypsy Airs
Albert Sandier and his Orchestra:
Fairies' Gavotte (Kohn). Song of Songs (Moya)
Edith Lorand and her Viennese
Orchestra : Pot-Pourri, The Countess Maritza (Kalmati)
West End Celebrity Orchestra:
Tales from a Fairy Book (Engleman). Babes in the Wood. Rumpelstiltkins. Cinderella. Ali Baba
Commodore Grand Orchestra:
Waltz, Swabian Peasant (Krome).
Waltz, What the Forest Whispers "(Zimmer)
Alfredo and his Orchestra : Gypsy
Caprice (Ferraris). Magyar Melodies (Vilmos, arr. Piercy). Waltz, Wedding Dance (Lincke)
Kenneth Ellis (bass)
Karoly Szenassy (violin)
Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ with Phil Park , George Melachrino ,
Styx and Bryan Michie as compere
A commentary on one of the finals of the Ail-England Championships by F. H. Grisewood from the Horticultural Hall
The badminton tournament, lasting all this week at the Horticultural Hall, Westminster, and promoted by the Badminton Association of England, owes much to the tournament's secretary, Cyril Mar riott, who stepped into the breach caused by the regretted death of the secretary of the Association. Cyril Marriott has been well known as a lawn-tennis player and referee since the war, and his wife was a very well-known lawn-tennis player in her day.
Mr. Cyril Marriott is not to be confused with Mr. C. M. B. Marriott.
Today the finals are to be played.
K. G. Livingstone , who gave the commentary on Thursday, will be at the microphone with F. H. Grise wood to report on the championships which are now drawing to a close
And describe whatever game may be taking place. Mr. Livingstone, besides being a former England and Middlesex ptayer, is the manager of the Badminton Gazette, so he should be able to help out Grisewood with any involved technicalities of the ganie.
Mr. C. M. B.
A running commentary on the second half of the Inter-Services Rugby Union football match by H. B. T. Wakelam from Twickenham
H. B. T.
by Charles Dickens, read by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley
An hour of popular melodies, o)d and new, played by Roy Fox and his Band and sung for you by MARY LEE, DENNY DENNIS, BARRY GRAY, SID BLICKMAN, THE CUBS
including Weather Forecast
Captain Eric Rickman
('Robin Goodfellow' of the Daily Mail)
This evening Captain Rickman will discuss steeplechasing in special relation to next week's National Hunt Meeting at Cheltenham. (The race for the Gold Cup next Thursday is to be broadcast.) Light is always thrown on Aintree form, although there is 'many a slip' and many of the greatest chasers have distinguished themselves on Park courses to fail miserably at Aintree. Captain Rickman will recall some of the great incidents of past seasons, and some of the riders and horses of other years.
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Produced by C. F. Meehan
A fortnightly radio vaudeville show, including Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ, and the BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Aweekly commentary on American Affairs
Raymond Gram Swing
Conductor. Sir Hugh S. Roberton
Alexander McKay (tenor) from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messis. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
One of the most important musical events in London is the annual visit of the Glasgow Orpheus Choir, which, for perfection of ensemble and artistic singing generally, cannot he surpassed in Britain. Early in the century Sir Hugh Roberton , conductor and founder of the choir, began his career as trainer of a church choir, and soon formed the small body of singers which became the nucleus of the Orpheus Choir. Many of the arrangements used are by Sir Hugh himself.
The Glasgow Orpheus Choir also broadcast from Queens Hall this afternoon in the Regional programme, and from the St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow, in the Scottish programme last Tuesday.
Sir Hugh S.
by Georges Le Roy ,
Societaire de la Comedie
Francaise from Pahs
' Ruy Bias ', ' Hernani', '
Marion Delorme '
The Lestie Bridgewater Quintet has been broadcasting regularly for over six years. The instruments in it are a quartet of strings and a piano. The personnel is recruited from the most famous string players, and practically all the music played is specially arranged by Leslie Bridgewater himself.
played by Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ
including Weather Forecast