@ from page 97 of ' New Every Morning'
at the organ of the Gaumont State,
Directed by Jack Hardy
'Mr. Wilkes at home in his own bar-parlour '
This is the fortieth programme and the last broadcast in the present series which has proved so popular with listeners both in the Empire and over here: Mr. Wilkes and Aggie, Fred, Howard Marshall, and Mr. Reynolds, to say nothing of Pascoe Thornton, have made The Black Dog almost a real inn. If it is closing down, at least it is opening again in October.
Gramophone records of Leonard Henry and The New Mayfair Orchestra
by Arthur Alexander
A short story written for broadcasting by Ella MacMahon and read by the author
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo pianoforte, Susan Slivko from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
Sir John B. McEwen 's Symphony in C sharp minor, known as ' Solway was first performed at Bournemouth in 1922. Each of the four movements has a title and is headed with lines of verse that indicate the mood of the music. The first movement, ' Spring Tide' :
Long golden sands edged with a silver streak,
The impetuous surge that races to the shore,
The full and steady motion of the flood-
When Sun and Moon combine to tug the tide.
The second movement, ' Moon-light ' : ' The tired ocean crawls along the beach, sobbing a wordless sorrow to the moon.'
The third movement, ' The
Sou'west Wind ' : ' Sun, wind and cloud shall fail not from the face of it, Stinging, ringing, spindrift, nor the fulmar flying free '.
Sir John B.
Heinrich Schlusnus (baritone):
Adelaide, Op. 46 (Beethoven). Friihlingslaube (Schubert). The Drummer (Wolf)
(All the above items arranged by Frederick Kell )
Bettine Young (soprano)
Frank Merrick and John Wills
When I am dead, my dearest The Skylark
FRANK MERRICK AND JOHN WILLS
Tone poem, Tom Bowling
including Weather Forecast
with Don Carlos
Dave Frost and his Band
(Arrangements by Claude Grant ) with MARJORIE STEDEFORD and Les ARTHUR
Situated on the Roundabout By-Pass
Unrestricted Fun in a Built-Up
Under the direction of Vic Oliver
Devised by Leonard M. Barry
The Roadhouse Orchestra, conducted
I by Charles Shadwell
Produced by Leonard M. Barry and John Sharman
At Radio Roadhouse, as at any fashionable roadhouse, it is not only the entertainers who entertain. Many a celebrity drops in, and it is part of the idea behind this programme of novelty and surprise to find out who is there and to overhear some of the amusing things they say. There will be music, there will be all the atmosphere-gaiety, conversation, songs, splashing from the bathing pool.
Vic Oliver is in charge of the entertainers. Leonard M. Barry , who has devised the idea, has had a lifelong experience of the theatre. He staged Bert Coote 's The Windmill Man at the Victoria Palace for more than ten years. Further broadcasts from Radio Roadhouse will be given in August and September.
Music by three members of the family
Jean Pougnet (violin)
Ernest Lush (harpsichord)
The Boyd Neel String Orchestra
(Leader, Frederick Grinke )
Conductor, Boyd Neel
JEAN POUGNET AND ORCHESTRA
Overture in G minor
Johann Bernhard Bach (1676-1749)
1 Maestoso--Allegro. 2 Air: Andante. 3 Rondeau: Allegro moderato. 4 Loure: Andante. 5 Fantaisie: Largo. 6 Passepied: Allegro giocoso
ERNEST LUSH AND ORCHESTRA
Concerto No. 4, in A
J. S. Bach (1685-1750)
1 Allegro. 2 Larghetto. 3 Allegro ma non tanto
Symphony in B flat
C. P. E. Bach (1714-1788)
1 Allegro di molto. 2 Poco adagio -Presto
from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting
Theme: God be in my head
My God, how wonderful Thou art
(A. and M. 169)
God be in my head (S.P. 501)
Psalm lxxvii, 11-14
Reading from the book, ' The God whom we ignore', by John Kennedy
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Gems from the Gilbert and Sullivan
from the Piccadilly Hotel