@ from page 81 of ' New Every Morning
Captain David Wolfe-Murray
Olga Haley (mezzo-soprano)
Where'er you walk (Semete),
Lascia ch'io pianga (Let me weep)
(Rinatdo) (Handel). Easter Hymn (Bantock)
Harry Dyson (flute)
Eric Roberts (violin)
Gethyn Wykeham-George (violoncello)
Herbert New (clarinet)
Tina Bonifacio (harp)
(From Northern Ireland)
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor. Wa)ton 0'Donnell
Phi! Watts's Trio with George Evans
(All arrangements by Sidney Crooke )
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Eric Warr
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
A serial reading from Surtees
8—Sir Henry Scattercash 's Hounds
' Sir Henry Scattercash 's hounds were only ill-suppnrted ; Sir Harry had worked through the morning of fife without knowing what it was to be troubled with money ; now that he had come into some, he seemed bent upon trying how fast he could get through it.
' In this laudable endeavour he was ably assisted by Lady Scatter -cash, late the lovely and elegant Miss Spangles, of the "Theatre Roya), Sad)ers Wells " '.
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo oboe, Leon Goossens from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
' How to Buy a Tie'
Here is a talk for those women who, exclaiming ' What is the use of buying him a tie?—he will never wear it ! '—fare forth in their hordes at this time of the year to put the axiom to the test. Jt is indeed almost axiomatic that ' he' won't wear it, and nine times out of ten the ill-chosen tie lies neglected in its drawer. Here, then, is a group of tie-buying recipes for all those women who may like to give what can be, yet so rarely is, the nicest gift of all. The speaker is a man whose Job is choosing tie designs, and who knows to a stripe or a spot what Uncle George wants and what Cousin Adrian doesn't!
Barney Heron has done a fair amount of broadcasting in the North and has also given two previous tea-time talks. The best remembered of these is probably 'Not-so-good Housekeeping', the other being a talk in the ' Men to Women ' series on'Feminine Intuition'.
(marimba-xylophone and vibraphone)
including Weather Forecast
' Christmas Reflections'
by Sinclair Logan (baritone)
(&y permission o/ RKO Radio
Screen play by Allan Scott and Ernest Pagano. Radio adaptation by B. Martin Marks and Douglas Moodie. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin.
Music by George Gershwin. Radio scoreby Jack Beaver with Diana Ward as Linda Keene and John Stevens as Petrov
.Other parts played by Sidney Keith ,
Guy Glover , Macdonald Parke , and Mary Alice Collins
The Five in Harmony
The Four Aces
The BBC Augmented Variety
Orchestra conducted by Louis Levy
Solo pianist. Harry Foster
Production by Douglas Moodie
'Ma// We Dance?' !t;<// be broadcast again CM Saturday (NahOMa/, 5.0)
A radio play freely adapted by Jack Inglis from the P. G. Wodehouse novel of the same name
Introductory narration by F. H. Griscwood
The action takes place first at Langley End, the country seat of Anthony, fifth Earl of Droitwich, and subsequently at Syd Price's hairdressing establishment, Knightsbridge
The production by Jack Inglis and Peter Creswell Here is another Jack Inglis adapta
tion of a P G Wodehouse novel His previous show was Semi-Detached, a radio version of ' Sam the Sudden' which was broadcast at the end of July this year This evening's play is a typical Wodehouse mélange of eiderty baronets and their disciplinarian wives, of ancestral halls, perfect butters, and scions of noble houses who turn out to be nothing of the kind In all its delicious complexity, in fact, the tale is Wodehouse at his best—a tale of how Anthony, fifth Earl of Droitwich, is suddenly told that he is his old nurse's son, and that the rightful Earl is the Cockney hairdresser who has hitherto been passing as her son The pair change places, the one to tackle life among park-lands and banqueting halts, the other to find romance behind the scissors
Anthony, fifth Earl of Droitwich:
The Hon Freddie Chalk Marshall,his younger brother:
Lady Lydia Bassenger, his aunt:
Sir Herbert Bassenger, her husband:
Mrs Price, the old family nurse:
Slingsby, the family butler and Mrs Price's brother:
Syd Price, a hairdresser and Mrs. Price's son:
Meech, assistant at Price's hair dressing establishment:
Polly Brown, assistant at Price's hairdressing establishment:
Actors inaRussian play:Paul:
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including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
with Jack White and his Cotles'ans
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. Elliott
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Rev. W. H.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
Tom Williams (baritone)
/M:M:e by Contemporary British
(First Military Band Performance)
P. S. G.
with Betty Drew
Syd GrifBths from the Grand Hotel, Torquay