from page 25 of 'New Every Morning'
Georges Thill (tenor): Aria, Take me to thee (Cantata No. 65). Aria, See what his love will do (Cantata No. 85) (Both sung in French) (Bach)
Lisa Perli (soprano): Comfort
Sweet (Cantata No. 151) (Bach)
Georges Thill (tenor): Benedictus
(Mass in B minor) (Bach)
Bernard Goldstein (violin)
Archie Marks (saxophone and clarinet)
Nora Walsh (pianoforte) (From Wales)
with Ord Hamilton at the piano
★ The BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conductor, H. Foster Clark
Overture, Richard III
Three Dances (Nell Gwyn)
Pastorale (Romeo and Juliet) Gypsy Suite
★ by Charles Dickens
2, ' How Mr. Winkle went shooting and the Dingley Dell Cricket Club played All-Muggleton '
A serial reading by V. C. Clinton -
After one or two adventures at Rochester, in the course of which they met the warm-hearted Mr. Wardle, the Pickwickians set off for Dingley Dell where they are right royally received.
Today you will hear about Mr.
Winkle's exploits with the rook rifle and an account of the great cricket match between Dingley Dell and All-Muggleton.
Tina Bonifacio (harp)
Harry Dyson (flute)
(From Northern Ireland)
' The Story of Visby'
E. A. CRADDOCK
Today's broadcast will tell the story of the destruction of the great Hanseatic city of Visby, and will help listeners to understand something of the importance of the Hansa as a trading organisation.
A number of short dramatic interludes will be heard. In the first # these a new apprentice from another German city is being shown round the warehouses, quays, and living quarters of the Hansa merchants. The second interlude will introduce a goldsmith of Visby and his mysterious apprentice. The final scene will tell of the treachery of King Waldemar, and of his destruction of the city's trade.
' The Sizes of Animals and Plants'
H. MUNRO Fox , F.R.S.
★ A section of the BBC
Northern Ireland Orchestra
Directed by David Curry with James McCafferty (baritone)
From St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Lesson, Exodus xv, 27, xvi, 1-35 Magnificat (Goss in E)
Lesson, Ephesians iv, 17-30 Nunc Dimittis (Goss in E)
Anthem, Hide not thou thy face (Farranl)
Hide not thou thy face from us, 0 Lord, and cast not on thy servants in thy displeasure : for we confess our sins unto thee, and hide not our unrighteousness. For thy mercy's sake, deliver us from all our sins.
Hymn, Children of the heavenly King (E.H. 373)
from the Hungaria Restaurant
A Programme of Continental and Gypsy Music played by The Hungaria Gypsy Band
Bela Bizony is the Conductor and the music is introduced by Alexander Howard
From the warm and gaily-decorated first floor room of the Hungaria Restaurant, London, another of the Gypsy Parties will be broadcast this afternoon. These gay and informal occasions are now well known to the majority of listeners, the first having been broadcast over two years ago.
Bela Bizony and the eight instrumentalists of the Orchestra all wear Hungarian gypsy costumes, and play Hungarian and Continental gypsy music with a!l the traditional gusto that is associated with it. Bizony himself, before joining the Hungaria Restaurant some two years ago, was a favourite for many years at the Monte Carlo International Sporting Club.
Spontaneity is the keynote of these transmissions, and this afternoon, as previously, you may expect that some artist who happens to be in the restaurant will rise to give an impromptu performance.
A. H. Howard , the show's producer, became director of the Hungaria in 1923, before which he was a Fleet Street man.
Wales v. Ireland
A commentary on the second half of the International Match by Ivan Sharpe from the Race Course
Gramophone records of stage successes past and present
including Weather Forecast
A talk on the centenary of the publication of the Report by the Earl of Durham on the Affairs of British North America by L. B. Pearson , M.A., Late Assistant Professor of History at
It is just one hundred years since John George Lambton , first Earl of Durham, Whig leader and diplomat, was appointed High Commissioner for the adjustment of important questions in Lower and Upper Canada, and Governor-General of the British Provinces in North America. While there he offended his government and resigned. All the same, there is none of his successors whose policy has not been guided by his famous ' Report on the Affairs of British North America ', the significance of which will be. discussed this evening.
by Patrick Hamilton , now being presented by Messrs. O'Bryen , Linnit, and Dunfee at the Apollo
Theatre with Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
Presented by Bruce Belfrage
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra from the Columbia Studios, New
(In collaboration with the Columbia
F. H. Grisewood brings to the microphone
People in the news
People talking about the news
Interesting visitors to England and Lord Elton in his weekly talk
' Since last Wednesday'
An Opera in Seven Tableaux by Paul Hindemith
English version by D. Millar Craig from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Cast, in o. der of singing
The Philharmonic Choir
Charles Kennedy Scott
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
The action is during the Peasants' War, the final Tableau some time later
8.2 Prelude. Concert of Angels. First, Second, and Third Tableaux. For details see pages 12 and 13
Mathis, painter in the service of Albrecht von Brandenburg:
Hans Schwalb, leader of the Peasants' Revolt:
Regina, Schwalb's daughter:
Sylvester von Schaumberg, one of von Waldburg's officers:
Lorenz von Pommersfelden, Dean of Mainz Cathedral:
Wolfgang, Capito, the Cardinal's Councillor.:
Albrecht von Brandenburg, Cardinal Archbishop of Mainz:
Ursula, Riedinger's daughter:
Riedinger, a rich burgher of Mainz:
The Count's Piper:
Truchsess von Waldburg, Commander of the Army of the Confederation:
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Fourth and Sixth Tableaux. For details see pages 12 and 13
will play for dancing from the Palais de Danse,
' Blues by Black Bands '
Presented by G. F. Gray Clarke
G. F. Gray