@ from page 45 of 'New Every Morning'
' The Furnaceman'
A short story by Roger Dataller , told by Wilfred Pickles
at the Organ of the Plaza Theatre,
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
Conductor, William Pethers
from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
(by permission of Major-General L. V. Bond and the Officers of the Royal Engineers)
Conducted by Lieut. D. W. Jones , Director of Music, Royal Engineers
General L. V.
Lieut. D. W.
The Navy at Home
On board Nelson's Victory, a modern cruiser, and a destroyer from Portsmouth Dockyard
In a brief article on page 8 Thomas Woodrooflfe (who is giving another broadcast from Portsmouth at 6.45) explains the dual objects of Navy Week-first to show the public how the sailor lives, where he works, and the part the individual sailor plays in preparing a battleship for sea ; and secondly to entertain, as only the Services can, a world of guests.
Woodrooffe, in this preliminary broadcast, will describe the beauty of the ships lying in Portsmouth Dockyard in gala array, from the most modern battleship to the oldest battleship of all—Nelson's Victory. She lies looking just as she did m her heyday, in the oldest dry dock in the world—lies there for ever ; and is one of the main attractions for the Navy's guests. Woodrooffe, with the help of Franklyn Engel mann and Michael Standing , will give listeners an idea of what visitors to Portsmouth are seeing-whether they may be going over the old
Victory or over the most modern cruiser. (West of England)
including Weather Forecast
The Navy at Home
Grand Finale from Portsmouth Dockyard
Every evening of Navy Week the day ends' at Portsmouth with a grand finale from H.M.S. Victory—a' marine band and stirring music guard dressed in the 'uniform of Nelson's day. and at the close trumpeters playing the Last Post.
Woodrooffe will be in the bows of the Victory to describe a scene that moves all who see it and all who hear it--the day ending on the oldest flagship in the world.
Music by Leslie Bridgewater
1 Country Dance. 2 Lovers Lane. 3 Bromsgrove Fair
Serenata Amorosa Intermezzo
Yachting on the Broads (Norfolk
On Yarmouth Pier f Suite)
with MARJORIE STEDEFORD
THE THREE Ginx
by Edgar Wallace
The play adapted for broadcasting and produced by John Cheatle
J. Baxter Somerville's Company, of the Theatre Royal, Brighton, is a band of strolling players. Brighton is its home, but it tours the country : a season at the Festival Theatre, Cambridge, a try-out of a new play at the People's Palace, Mile End Road, performances at Bournemouth, Birmingham, Southsea, and even ' twice nightly' at the Royal and County Theatre, Bedford.
The leading part in The Case of the Frightened Lady is played by Peter Hoar , who has produced for the company for the last three years.
by Eileen Joyce
A serial story of the Hudson Bay by Robert Flaherty read by Geoffrey Tandy
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The Massed Bands of the Southern Command playing from the Arena, Tidworth
Finale from the Arena, Tidworth
with DINAH MILLER ,
SANDRA SHAYNE , FRED LATHAM from Ciro's