Ⓓ from page 101 of ' New Every Morning
Four Hundred Hours m Norway
L. W. Clark
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy barrack
by E. H. Emery from St. Comgall's Parish Church,
Bangor, Co. Down
with Shirley Lenner
A reading from the novel by John Buchan , arranged for broadcasting by C Henry Warren and read by Owen Reed
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Quinton String Quartet:
Maurice Clare (first violin)
Lena Wood (viola)
Johan Hock (violoncello)
(by permission of Brigadier H. G. Grant ,
Conducted by Captain F. J. Ricketts , Director of Music, Royal Marines
Cyril Pinch (baritone)
Captain F. J.
Directed by Rene Tapponnier from the Carlton Hotel, London
Gramophone records of tunes for all tastes
Devised by Ernest Dudley
3—' Boots and Shoes '
' You shall be no more called shoe-makers, but you and yours to the world's end shall be called the Trade of the Gentle Craft.'
Written and arranged by Barbara Couper
Produced by John Richmond
including Weather Forecast
6.25 National Bulletin for Farmers
' Gates and Fences '
W. P. Matthew
by Sinclair Logan (baritone)
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Mary Jarred (contralto)
Written and devised by Sonny Miller with The Cavendish Three
The Three Admirals and Sonny Miller and his Royal
Musical settings by Eric Siday
at Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell andCo, Ltd.)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
Tickets can be obtained from the British Broadcasting Corporation, Broadcasting House, Portland Place, W.1, Messrs. Chappell's Box Office, Queen's Hall, Langham Place, W.1, and the usual Agents. Prices : 7s. 6d., 6s., 5s. (reserved), 3s. (unreserved). Promenade (payment at doors only), 2s.
Sir Henry J.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Over thirty years' experience as a newspaper cameraman has bestowed adventure in abundance upon Frank Magee. Few of his exploits, however, can have excelled those which he undertook during a day under the burning North African sunshine twenty-seven years ago.
Sent at a few hours' notice from photographing a Balham Baby Show to a camera assignation among the bullets of the Turkish-Italian conflict at Tripoli in 1911, Magee took a ticket for Naples with instructions to get to the front at all costs. All passenger ships having been requisitioned, the first cost was one of £500 for the hire of a vessel to carry him to the scene of his greatest picture scoop.
When the Arabs of Tripoli revolted and turned on the Italians Magee was isolated with his camera and a quaking heart in an Arab cemetery amid a hail of rifle fire. Fortunately for him, the revolt was quelled almost at his feet and he was enabled to secure his scoop-the mass execution of the rebels which, coupled with his pictorial record of the day's Turkish offensive, made Fleet Street history for that year.
with Helen Clare , Jack Cooper ,
Joe Ferrie , The Three Jackdaws from the Dorchester Hotel