@ from page 49 of ' New Every Morning '
@ for Farmers and Shipping
11—' When Buying Household
Linen and Bedding'
A discussion on everyday shopping points for ordinary people between
Mrs. Agnes Thornton (for the housewife) and R. B. Driver (household-linen buyer of an important London store)
Leader, Frank. Thomas
Conducted by Mansel Thomas .
Ethel Gomer-Lewis (soprano)
by Lord Dunsany
The action takes place in a railway carriage
The production by John Richmond
An escaped lunatic:
Oxford v. Cambridge
A commentary on the play by P. G. H. Fender from Lord's
P. G. H.
A reading from the novel by Francis Brett Young , arranged for broadcasting by E. G. Twitchctt , and read by E. Martin Browne
The New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eugene Goossens : Ballet No. 4, The Phoenicians (Herodiade)
Georges Thill (tenor): Air de
Lucien Fugere (baritone): Legend of the Sage (The Juggler of Notre Dame)
Orchestra of the Opera-Comique,
Paris, conducted by Elie Cohen : Ballet Dances Nos. 1-3 (Manon, Act 3)
Ninon Vallin (soprano): Adieu, notre petite table (Manon)
M. Endreeze (baritone): Vision fugitive (Herodiade)
New Symphony Orchestra eonducted by Eugene Goossens : Ballet Music, Le Cid-Castillane. Aubade. Madrilene. Navarraise
A programme for Independence Day, arranged by the BBC and the Columbia Broadcasting System of America
From Sulgrave Manor, the home of the Washington family in Northamptonshire, and Mount Vernon , George Washington's home in Virginia,
(An electrical recording of a programme, broadcast in the Midland and Regional programmes yesterday)
Directed by Rene Tapponnier from the Carlton Hotel
(by permission of Lieut.-Col. A. C. M.
Conducted by Mr. D. K. Feltham from the Palace Pier, Brighton
Regimental slow and quick marches of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
Mr. D. K.
by Walter Yeomans
(All arrangements by Sidney Crooke )
Oxford v. Cambridge
A commentary on the play, by P. G. H. Fender , from Lord's
P. G. H.
including Weather Forecast
6.25 Weekly Bulletin of Special
Notices connected with Government and other Public Services
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
A Canadian Village Episode with Al and Bob Harvey
Sydney Jerome and The Village Band
Produced by Roy Speer
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Leslie Heward
Michael Mullinar (pianoforte)
The first of a series of broadcasts from seaside resorts
Concert Parties Military Band
Fun Fairs Community Singing
All the Fun of the Seaside
The microphone will visit :
The Palace Pier
The West Pier
The Brighton Hippodrome
Jack Sheppard's Entertainers
The Sunken Gardens, Hove, for
Compere, John Watt
Broadcast from Brighton and Hove
A Radio Album of Recorded
American Folk Song
Compiled and presented by Alistair Cooke
This series will consist of twelve programmes by Alistair Cooke , the plan of which is to sketch the history of the United States through its songs and singers. He explains the series and how he gathered the material for it in an article on page 7.
After leaving Cambridge he spent two years in America and returned to England to give broadcast talks on the cinema. He gave them for the record period of three years, in addition to arranging such popular programmes as ' American Half-Hours ', ' The American Negro ' and an anthology of hobo songs.
Cooke went back to America to broadcast over there, and now he has come over again for three months to give this series.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Lance Fairfax (baritone)
Directed by Sydney Lipton from Grosvenor House, Park Lane
Half-an-hour's gramophone records for dancers only