Ⓓ from page 113 of ' New Every Morning '
A talk by Sir Ian MacAlister
at the Organ of the Plaza Theatre,
London Theatre Orchestra:
Selection, A Country Girl (Part 2) (Monckton)
Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra of the Berlin Grosses Schauspielhaus : Deep in my heart ; and Serenade (The Student Prince) (Romberg)
Theatre Orchestra : Selection,
Conversation Piece (Coward)
Lea Seidl (soprano) : Why did you kiss my heart awake? (Frederica) (Lehdr)
Richard Tauber (tenor) : Oh
Maiden, my Maiden (Frederica) (Lehdr)
Marek Weber and his Orchestra :
Pot-Pourri of Leo Fall Melodies
Elsa Kochhann (soprano),
Emma Bassth (contralto), Franz Volker (tenor): Ah, see the luring gold (The Gypsy Baron) (Johann Strauss )
by Aileen Bransden from the Concert Hall,
Trio-Sonata No. 3, in D minor Bach
1 Andante. 2 Adagio e dolce. 3
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
The BBC Midland Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Leslie Heward
A commentary on the Locke-King
Trophy by F. J. Findon from Brooklands Motor Course,
Brooklands Motor Course was opened in 1907. To commemorate that event and the memory of Mr. H. F. Locke-King , who built it, the Locke-King Trophy will again be run at Brooklands, the principal trophy having been presented by Dame Ethel Locke-King herself. It takes place over seven-and-a-half laps of the outer circuit of Brooklands Track, i.e., about 20 miles in all.
F. J. Findon , editor of The Light
Car (who gave the first running commentary of a motor event in this country, at Shelsley Walsh in 1932, and has acted as commentator at every big motor race ever since), will be stationed at the finishing fine, about half-way down the fastest stretch of the course, known as the Railway Straight. This will enable him to have a close-up view of the cars once on each lap and, also, to follow the fortunes of the leaders on other parts of the circuit, should a close finish materialise. The race was last held in 1936, when Major A. T. G. Gardner was the winner in an M.G.
Mr. H. F.
Major A. T. G.
at the Organ of the Empress
Ⓓ Empire Cup
A commentary on the last three chukkas by Major G. Phipps-Hornby from Hurlingham
Tino Rossi : 0 Corse, Isle d'Amour (Koger, Scotto). M'aimes tu ? (Pearly). Amapola (Sauvat, Charnfleury, Lacalle). Vieni vieni (Koger, Scotto)
Bessie Rawlins (violin)
Reginald Paul (pianoforte)
Light Music for Trio
No. 5—Eric Thiman
Two English Dances
Miniature trio, In Springtime
1 Spring Morning. 2 Pastoral. 3 The Echoing Green
with Cyril Grantham
(All arranged by Fred Hartley )
including Weather Forecast
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by H. Foster Clark
Produced by Harry Pepper And Douglas Moodie , too,
We hope the programme hasn't caused a frown.
Until next autumn comes along We bid you au revoir,
For Monday Night at Seven's closing down.
That Certain Trio
Inspector Hornleigh Investigates
(S. J. Warmington as Inspector
No. 43, ' Many Happy Returns ' by Hans W. Priwin
Puzzle Corner with Arthur Marshall
? ? ? Guess ? ? ?
Carroll Gibbons and Judy Shirley
Interviewed by Harry Tate in ' The Week's Sport'
Guest Star Artist
Thet BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
at the BBC Theatre Organ
Improvisation of a Sonata on themes by Ernest Longstaffe , Mark Lubbock ,
Charles Shadwell , Charles Brewer , and Harry Pepper
The previous short separate improvisations on the BBC Theatre Organ on themes by several members of the Variety Department have aroused considerable interest, and Reginald Foort feels that the themes he has been given are worthy of something better than being used just once and then forgotten. Tonight he will try to improvise a complete sonata, using the themes again as a basis for the various movements.
' Life on the Seashore'
C. M. Yonge
' Game—Set—Match '
The final instalment of a radio-serial adapted by Jack Inglis from the novel ' The Gang-Smasher', by Hugh Clevely with Ivan Samson as John Martinson
Eileen Erskine as Sylvia Brown and Carleton Hobbs as Tortoni
The cast includes
Produced by John Cheatle
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
A Tubular Revue for
Book and lyrics by Audrey Hyslop
Music and additional lyrics by Cecil Harrington
Orchestrations by Eddie Griffiths
The Cast Marjery Wyn
Ronnie Hill Dick Francis Ernest Sefton William Ashley Queenie Leonard John Rorke Audrey Hyslop Dorothy Summers
The BBC Variety Orchestra A section of the BBC Revue
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Produced by Roy Speer
with GWENDOLINE SUTHERLAND
Act 3 of the Opera by Verdi from the Royal Opera House,
The action takes place in and about Mantua during the sixteenth century
Act 3, The Inn of Sparafucile
Cast in order of appearance
Conductor, Vittorio Gui
Chorus Master, Robert Ainsworth
Producer, Charles Moor
Acts 1 and 2 were broadcast in the Regional programme at 8.30 and 10.0 respectively
Duke of Mantua:
Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra