Tuesday in Easter Week
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (A. and M. 657)
Colossians iii, 1-17
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (A. and M. 220)
Some typical dishes from Germany
A German Housewife
Fred Hartley and his Quintet:
John Goss (baritone), with Cathedral Male Voice Quartet: The Boat-man (Harris). Shenandoah (arr. R. R. Terry ). Ten Thousand Miles Away (Willan)
Keith Falkner (baritone): Three
Salt Water Ballads (Keel)-I Port of Many Ships. 2 Mother Carey. 3 Trade Winds
The Royal Naval Singers (Portsmouth), conducted by C. T. Lee , B.Sc., R.N.: Whisky Johnny. Sally Brown. Let the Bulgine Run. Blow my Bully Boys. Billy Boy. Johnny Come down to Hilo. Blow the Man Down. Rio Grande
at the Organ of the Granada Cinema,
A further collection of out-of-the-ordinary questions asked by Tom Dawson and answered by Arthur Black , John Bruce , Alexander Keith , Margaret Lumsden , Marcus Milne ,
Popular music for all tastes on gramophone records
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor. Walton O'Donnell
D. S. Milford (holder) v.
A commentary during the first seriet
. of seven games by Thomas Woodrooffe from Queen's Club, London
Thomas Woodrooffe is to give a commentary today during the first series of seven games between D. S. Milford, the holder (an amateur), and Alf Cooper (a professional), the challenger; and on Saturday he will give a commentary during the second series of seven games between them.
The championship was in abeyance for some years until Setzler challenged Milford in 1937 over fourteen games-seven to be played in New York, and seven in London. Milford won by seven games to four. Later Alf Cooper was matched with Setzler, and beat him fairly easily.
Cooper was the professional at
Queen's Club for a good many years, and went last year as professional to Eton. During his career he has won both the Professional and the Open Championships.
Lili Kraus (pianoforte)
Rondo in D (K.485) (Mozart).
Valses nobles, Op. 77 (Schubert)
The Singers: Anna Meakin ,
Mary Johnston , James Johnston
The Players : Percy Waterhouse, George Allsopp , Frank Hughes , Sam Lowry , David Curry , Frank Rea ,
James Regan , and James Moody
Devised by James Moody
(syncopation on two pianos) with John Bentley (baritone)
Adolf Busch Quartet and Rudolph Serkin (pianoforte): Quintet in F minor, Op. 34, for Piano and Strings (Brahms)-l Allegro non troppo. 2 Andante. 3 Scherzo. 4 Finale
and her mandolin
A programme of gramophone records
Compiled by A. P. Sharpe
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
including Weather Forecast
Notices connected with Government and other Public Services
presented by Sandy Macpherson at the BBC Theatre Organ
Nicholas Hannen in Specially written for broadcasting by Peter Cheyney
No. 5-' A Double Double-Cross'
The action of the play takes place in the North Side, Chicago, apartment of Jake Perelli
Production by John Richmond
In the course of his exploits Alonzo MacTavish certainly gets about the world, and this week you will meet him in a new crime environment, namely, that of American gangsterdom. The issue at stake on this occasion is the Scarsfield Emerald, and the double-cross that is carried out between Jake Perelli and Alonzo certainly leaves nothing to be desired from the dramatic point of view.
Police Radio Announcer:
Mugsy, a small-time ganster:
Jake Perelli, a big-shot:
Connie, a honey:
Slug McConnigle, a thug:
cPolice Lieutenant, just another tough cop:
(MARY AND ERNST FREY-
Conductor, J. C. Dyson
A Musical Comedy
Book by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee. Lyrics by Gus Kahn , Otto Harback , and Lorenz Hart. Music by Richard Rodgers , Con Conrad , and Will Donaldson. Adapted for the microphone by Reginald Burston and Martyn C. Webster
Jennie, telephone operator at the The Midland Revue Orchestra.
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conductor, Reginald Burston
Production by Martyn C. Webster
' The Girl Friend' will be broadcast again tomorrow (Regional, 6.0)
day clerk at the Hotel Wendell:
Mrs Richard Dennison:
A Country Girl:
Night Clerk of the Hotel Wendell:
Mary, of the Hotel Wendell:
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
' Empire Migration'
The aim of this new series, talks in which will be given every Tuesday for some weeks to come, is to present, from the lips of authoritative speakers, surveys of some of the more important questions of the day. The questions selected will all be topical in character, though not necessarily of last-minute topicality. Empire migration, for example, has for some time been a ' question in the air ', owing to the steady decrease of migration from this country to the Empire during recent years. In 1913 over 280,000 emigrants left Britain to settle overseas, but between September, 1937, and September, 1938, only a tenth of that number left this country. George Gibson is a member of the Overseas Settlement Board.
by The Brosa String Quartet:
Antonio Brosa (violin)
Norman Chappie (violin)
Leonard Rubens (viola)
Livio Mannucci (violoncello)
(First broadcast performance)
A reading from the French-Canadian poems of William Henry Drummond by H. Rooney Pelletier
with Alice Mann , Denny Dennis ,
The Canadian Capers from the Cafe de Paris