from page 69 of 'New Every Morning'
Ⓓ Commander A. B. Campbell
Muriel Gale (contralto)
Wilfred Miles (tenor)
Ⓓ German for Fifth Forms
' Mr. Smith kommt nach Berlin '
MARGARETE VON TRESCKOW
(From the Acts of the Apostles to the Reformation)
10 —' Christian Customs in the Early Centuries'
The Very Rev. E. G. Selwyn , D.D.,
Dean of Winchester
Very Rev. E. G.
Ⓓ from the Concert Hall,
Broadcasting House by Berkeley Mason
(Plymouth Division) -
(by permission of Brigadier H. G. Grant ,
Conducted by Captain F. J. Ricketts ,
Director of Music, Royal Marines
(West of England)
Captain F. J.
A serial reading from Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' by Geoffrey Tandy
The Pequod is still in the Indian Ocean. In this instalment she meets with the German whaler - the Jungfrau of Bremen, who up to then has caught nothing. The captain borrows lighting oil from the Pequod, and while he is on his way back to the ship a pod of whales is sighted. The Pequod's and the Jungfrau's boats race to the pod, and there is great rivalry which results in the Pequod getting one whale and the German ship none.
(p Science and Gardening
' Pruning Trained Trees'
C. F. LAWRANCE
J. W. HORTON
from the Savoy Hotel When Arthur Salisbury and his
Orchestra come on the air this afternoon they will be maintaining a Monday tradition which has been practically unbroken for six years. Every week during this period, ex- cept for an annual holiday, he has broadcast from the Savoy Hotel. For six years before launching out with an orchestra of his own he was de Groot's leader. His six-piece light orchestra first opened at Verrey's Restaurant in Regent Street, from where he gave almost weekly broadcasts for three years ; thereafter he came to the Savoy Hotel and has been there ever since.
Ⓓ Early Stages in German
ELSE JOHANNSEN and A. M. WAGNER
at the Organ of the Granada,
Dudley Beaven, who is twenty-eight years of age, began his musical career at the age of ten as a chorister in Westminster Abbey, and sang there at the wedding of the King and Queen. On leaving the Abbey he went to the Royal College of Music where he studied piano and organ under Arnold Goldsborough. One of his earlier appointments was as resident organist at the New Victoria Theatre, where he succeeded Reginald Foort and Phil Park. During his stay there he had' the distinction of playing before the Royal Family.
He has broadcast on the BBC
Theatre Organ as a soloist, with ' Band Waggon ', and with the Granada Three. He is heard regularly on the air from the Granada, Woolwich.
The Liberty Bell - Sousa
I hadn't anyone till you - Noble
Neptune's Holiday - Leach
Plantation Memories - arr. Finck
La Cinquantaine - Gabriel-Marie
The Dickey-Bird Hop - Gourley
Irving Berlin's Melodies - arr. Beaven
A survey of recorded French Song by Sydney Northcote Gounod ; Saint-Saens ; Delibes
Gregori Tcherniak (balalaika)
Geoffrey Sisley (guitar)
Cecil Baumer (pianoforte)
including Weather Forecast
' Beethoven at Work '
Illustrated from his Sketch Books
Here are the gramophone records that you've chosen
Presented by Dick Bentley
What is your favourite record ? Write the name of one record-your favourite song, dance tune, piece of light music or funny record-on a post-card, giving if possible the make and number of the record, and address the card to the BBC, Broadcasting House, London, W.I, marked 'Gramophone Request ' on the top left-hand corner.
Presented by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Moodie
Inspector Hornleigh Investigates
(No. 7, 2nd Series) by H. W. Priwin , with S. J. Warmington as Inspector
??? Guess ???
The Comedian Harmonists
Derrick de Marney and Phyllis Konstam as Paul and Virginia
Youth Takes a Bow—1 presented by Jack Hylton and compered by Bryan Michie
The Three Chimes
The BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
A programme of new and unknown artists from all parts of the British
Compere, Carroll Levis with Alfred Van Dam and his State
This programme includes the pick of the 1938 discoveries
Ever since September, 1936, Carroll Levis has been bringing to the micro- phone groups of his young 'Discoveries'. This evening, in his last broadcast of the year, he will present a talented array, being the pick of his ' Discoveries ' during 1938.
Directly after broadcasting this evening he will leave for his first holiday in three years. It was his intention to go overland to join the boat for Egypt at Marseilles, but because of this evening's broadcast he will now have to fly.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Leslie Heward
Irene Scharrer (pianoforte)
Philip Sainton's ballet The Dream of a Marionette was first heard at a Promenade concert in 1929. The scenario for the actual ballet was written by the composer himself. It is a fantastic, whimsical story flavoured with humour, tenderness, and a gentle irony. It concerns the story of a marionette in love with a happy fairy, but he has no soul and she will not respond to his advances.
The music is for the most part light in character, though it has its serious and expressive moments.
from the Palais de Danse,