Ⓓ from page 25 of ' New Every Morning '
Ⓓ for Farmers and Shipping
at the Organ of the Gaumant State,
The Light Opera Company:
Musical Comedy Marches from:-The Desert Song, Rose Marie , Song of the Drum, The Three Musketeers, Bitter Sweet, Chu Chin Chow , Madame Pompadour , and White Horse Inn
Evelyn Laye and Geoffrey Gwyther, with the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Kennedy Russell: Blue Eyes (Blue Eyes) (John and Kern)
Evelyn Laye and Male Chorus, with Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Herman Finck: Lover, come back to me (New Moon) (Hammerstein, Romberg)
Paul Robeson (bass): Roll away, clouds (Virginia) (Waller, Tunbridge).
Ol' Man River (Showboat) (Kern)
Binnie Hale with Al Starita 's Orchestra: Spread a little happiness (Mr. Cinders) (Grey, Ellis)
Binnie Hale and Bobby Howes
I'm a one-man girl (Mr. Cinders) (Grey, Robin, Myers)
Elsie Randolph and Jack Buchanan , with Novelty Orchestra: Lets say goodnight till the morning (Sunny)
(Harbach, Hammerstein, Kern) Fancy our meeting (That's a Good Girl) (Furber, Meyer, Chang)
Dennis Noble and Chorus: Love and War (Waltzes from Vienna) (/. Strauss, arr. Griffiths)
Gracie Fields and The London Palladium Orchestra
Directed by John MacArthur
Busch Quartet: Quartet in E flat,
Op. 127 (Beethoven)—1 Maestoso— Allegro. 2 Adagio. 3 Scherzando: Vivace. 4 Finale
A recorded impression of a famous quarry, its work and social life
Recorded under the direction of John Gough
With a commentary by Tom Dawson
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo Organ, Percy Whitlock . from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
Pastorale, Capriccio (Scarlatti,
Tausig). Waltz in A flat, Op. 34, No. 1 (Chopin). Perpetuum mobile (Weber)
This afternoon the Leggiero Quintet makes its first appearance before the microphone. The members of this Quintet are all well-known broadcasters, both as soloists and members of other light music and chamber music combinations. The Quintet consists of Edward Walker (flute), Reginald Kell (clarinet), Gilbert Vinter (bassoon), Frederick Grinke (violin), and John Cockerill (harp).
Probably the most important person in this Quintet is Gilbert Vinter , who will be responsible for all the special arrangements. It was his own idea to form a specifically broadcasting unit of five virtuosos which would devote itself to light music by the great composers. Vinter, who knows all his colleagues, intimately, scores for each one individually, at the same time calculating his effects in terms of the microphone and not in those of the concert hall.
including Weather Forecast and a special report from Paris on the third day of the Royal Visit
A Recital of Songs by Isobel Baillie (soprano)
Sinclair Logan (baritone)
The Two Corbies Edward , Edward
Carol of the Skiddaw Yowes Desire in Spring
Nine of the clock-o You are my sky
Hawk and Buckle
The Folly of Being Comforted Down by the Salley Gardens Cathleen ni Houlihan
(The programmes in this series have been arranged in collaboration with Herbert Howells , Marion Scott , and Gerald Finzi )
with Charles Heslop
Introduced by Harry S. Pepper from the Winter Garden, Eastbourne
by George Bernard Shaw
Production by Peter Creswell
The Time, fin de siecle 15-1600.
The Place, on the terrace of the Palace of Whitehall, overlooking the Thames
Cast (in order of speech)
(by permission of Norman Marshall )
In tonight's revival of the Dark Lady of the Sonnets, which was broadcast in April, Lena Ashwell is again taking the part of Queen Elizabeth. She will be remembered by an older generation of playgoers as one of the greatest dramatic actresses the British stage has ever produced.
The part of Shakespeare is to be taken by one of the foremost of our younger actors who recently scored a big personal success as the lead in Satyr at the Shaftesbury. He has played a season at the Old Vic and is one of our few actors to have
.played a season in Paris, in the ' Compagnie des Quinze '.
The Man (William Shakespeare):
The Cloaked Lady (Queen Elizabeth):
The Dark Lady:
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Leslie Heward
Helen Perkin (pianoforte)
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. Elliott
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Rev. W. H.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping and a microphone report from Paris of the third day of the Royal Visit, by Ralph Murray and Richard Dimbleby
Light Music by Women
Jack Padbury and his Band from the Cavendish Hotel