from page 73 of ' New Every Morning '
The Lancashire Nobby and Morecambe Bay Prawner William McDowell
by Frederick Stone
(From Northern Ireland)
poputar dance music and songs on gramophone records
England u. Australia
A commentary during play bv Howard Marshall from Headingley, Leeds
The Headingtey ground is one of the most p)easant)y situated grounds
'the North. Headmgtey ts a Northern residentia) suburb of Leeds Five England v. Austraha
Tests have been drawn there ; England have won none; Austraha have
This should be one of Bradman's favourite grounds, for he has made outstanding big scores here. n the 1930 Test at Headmgtey, he put
UP the record totat of 334 not out.
The match was drawn.
On the !ast occasion when Australia p!ayedEng)and at Leeds in )934, Ponsford and Bradman put up the record fourth-wicket partnership of 388; Bradman scored 304 and Ponsford 18).
Berlin Phiiharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Julius Pruwer: Overture. The Daughter of the Regiment (Don;XfÂ«t)
Berlin Charlottenburg Orchestra, conducted by Alois Meiichar: Selection, Schwanda the Bagpiper (Weinberger)
Viojet Gordon Woodhouse (harpsichord) : Sonata in D (Haydn)—1
Allegro conbrio.2Largo. 3 F)na)e —Presto
Wanda Landowska (harpsichord):
Harmonious Blacksmith (Handf/). Turkish March (Mozart)
Violet Gordon Woodhouse (harpsichord) : Po)onaise, March, Musette (Bac/t)
A commentary on the closing overs before lunch and a summary of the morning's play by Howard Marshall
' May Night' (Rimsky-Korsakov)
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Overture
Rogatchewsky (tenor): Romance de Lowko
' Sadko' (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Nina Kochitz (soprano): Berceuse N. L Nagachevsky (tenor): Hindu
N. S. Lukine (baritone): Song of the Venetian Guest
' Coq d'Or ' (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Eidc Norena (soprano): Hymn to the Sun
' Boris Godounov ' (Mussorgsky)
C. E. KaidanoR (bass): In the Town of Kazan Ferrer (soprano), with Chorus and Orchestra of 1'Opera, Paris: Polonaise
' Miada ' (Rimsky-Korsakov)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Cortege
Commentaries on the play by Howard Marshall and others from Headingley, Leeds
Oxford and Cambridge f.
Princeton and Cornetl
A commentary on some of the events by H. M. Abrahams from the White City Stadium
It is hoped that the commentary wi)i be given at this time, but if the Test Match is in a critica) state the commentary of the Athletics will be postponed until the tea interval at Headingley. In the event of the broadcast being given at 4.10, listeners should hear commentaries on the finals of the 220 yards, the half mile, and the 220 yards hurdles.
commentaries on the play by Howard Marshal) and others
including Weather Forecast
A commentary on the closing overs of the day and a summary of the day's play by Howard Marshall
Gwen Cattey (soprano)
Heddle Nash (tenor)
Arthur Fear (baritone)
The BBC Orchestra
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
El retablo de Maese Pedro (Master Peter's Puppet Show), a musical adaptation of an episode from 'Don Quixote' of Cervantes
English version by J. B. Trend
Don Quixote, ARTHUR FEAR
Master Peter, HEDDLE NASH
The Boy, GwEN CATLEY
See fAe .f/!or! article on page 12
Ballet Suite, El amor brujo (Love Magic)
The story of Falla's ballet El amor brujo is founded on a folk tale in which the ghost of a dead lover appears whenever the new lover seeks to take his place. The scenario was written by the well-known dramatist Martinex Sierra, who prepared also that of Falla's other ballet, The Three-Cornered Hat. The music of El amor brujo was composed in 1915, and the part of Candelas, the heroine, was one of the favourite roles of the celebrated dancer, La Argentina, in the Fire Dance. Candelas, the girl of whom the ghost is jealous, hopes to defeat the ghost by drawing a magic circle on the ground and uttering incantations over a witches' cauldron.
A Light-Hearted Half-Hour in which the audience will join with Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ with Alma Vane and Fred Yule
Home on Leave
Syncopated Songs at the Piano
Vibraphone and Xylophone Solos
WEE GEORGIE WOOD
Peter Pan of Vaudeville
(by permission o/ George Black ) assisted by Dolly Harmer
ROSE PERFECT AND
PERCY MANCHESTER in Songs and Duets
THE BBC VARIETY
ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
Presented by JOHN SHARMAN
Conductor, Sydney V. Wood
A serial story of Hudson's Bay by Robert Ftaherty read by Geoffrey Tandy
This stirring story has for its central character the almost legendary figure of Captain Grant who, with the biggest cargo of furs collected in Hudson's Bay by one man in hfty years, on board his ship the Eskimo, looked like losing it. At the mercy of tides and ice, he yet escaped his fate by heroic courage and magnincent seamanship, reached England in three weeks to a day, and berthed in London Foot with his precious cargo.
He was acc)aimed by his Company, a new ship was built for him —the best that money could buy. It was a crown to his long, almost superhuman, career. From the moment her keel was laid, he lived at the shipyard where she was building. Every rivet that went into her, he said, was his own nesh and blood.
When summer came, he set out again for Hudson's Bay with the enthusiastic Company's goodwill behind him. Fortune )ay in the ho))ow of his hand ...
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
with HELEN CLARE
THE THREE JACKDAWS from the Dorchester Hotel