@ From page 77 of ' New Every Morning '
Richard Acland , M.P.
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Introduction, Rigaudon, Polonaise, Passacaglia (Handel, arr. Harty)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham , Bart.: Symphony No. 41, in C (K.551) (Jupiter) (Mozart)-l
Allegro 2 Andante cantabile. J
Minuetto and Trio. 4 Allegro
One of the most amazing feats of Mozart's wonderful career of less than thirty-six years was the production within six weeks of three great symphonies, each one of them a masterpiece. Symphony No. 41, in C, was the last of the three, and not only the last but by common consent the greatest of all his symphonies. No one knows who gave it the title ' the Jupiter', but the whole world of music has long accepted it as in every way fitting for so great a work.
at the Organ of the Plaza Theatre,
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
Conductor, William Pethers
from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
Recorded extracts from this morning's commentary on the fight, given by Bob Bowman from Madison Square Garden, New York City
Oxford v. Cambridge
A running commentary by H. M. Abrahams on some of the events at the Inter-'Varsity Athletic Meeting from White City Stadium
Wales v. Ireland
A running commentary by H. B. T. Wakelam on the International Rugby
Union football match from St. Helen's Ground, Swansea
(By permission of the Welsh Rugby
This mixed broadcast starts off with a ten-minute commentary by H. M. Abrahams , on the 'Varsity sports. If timings at the White City run accurately, listeners should hear the 120-yards hurdle.
Then they will be taken to
Swansea to hear Wakelam's account of the first half of the Rugby match; and during the interval they will be brought back to London to hear, it is hoped, the final of the 3 miles. Back again to Swansea for the second half of the International, and then once again to London to hear the 440 yards and something of the results.
The 'Varsity sports this year have two new features. Field events are included and there is a new system of marking which will mean that placings as well as wins will count. Abrahams, in his three broadcasts, will describe various events going on at the same time as the items named above.
H. B. T.
Arthur Rubinstein (pianoforte):
Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op. 44 (Clwpin). Forlane (Le Tombeau de Couperin) (Ravel)
A programme of popular melodies, old and new played by Mantovanj and his two Orchestras with KEN CROSSLEY
including Weather Forecast
Gilbert Hoare is to trace the history of lacrosse from the earliest records of the game being played down to the present day. Nobody knows, he says, when it really began, although it is on record that it was being played by Sioux tribes over nine hundred years ago. He will tell listeners about the dramatic way in which English people first heard of the game's existence ; how and when it came to this country, and how the famous Stockport Club, founded in 1876, has carried on ever since.
Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
The Boyd Neel String Orchestra
Leader, Frederick Grinke
Conductor, Boyd Neel
Symphony in G
Allegro di molto-Poco adagio-Presto
DOUGLAS CAMERON AND ORCHESTRA
Violoncello concerto in A
1 Allegro-. 2 Largo mesto. 3 Allegro assai
Symphony in B flat
Allegro di molto-Poco adagio- Presto
Produced by C. F. Meehan
MCNAUGHTON 'Wise Jesters'
' Just Bubbling Over '
(By permission of George Black)
SANDY POWELL in ' Sandy's Penny Pools'
WILL FYFFE the Famous Scots Comedian
ELSIE CARLISLE AND
SAM BROWNE the Radio Pioneer Duettists
THE BBC VARIETY
Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
Presented by JOHN SHARMAN
mcluding Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
A weekly commentary on American affairs
Raymond Gram Swing
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Stella Andreva (soprano)
Specially written for broadcasting by Frank O'Connor read by the author
with ELSIE CARLISLE
FRED LATHAM and THE RHYTHM SISTERS from Ciro's
played by Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ with Dorothy Carless , soprano
including Weather Forecast