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A Woman Doctor answers listeners' questions
Kathleen Bennett (soprano)
Clarence Tomlinson (baritone)
by Marshall M. Gilchrist from the Freemasons' Hall,
with Rosa Lenner
' A South African Visits
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Birmingham Philharmonic
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conductor, Johan Hock
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
England v. France
An account of the morning's play in the international match by Eleanor Helme from the Bramshott Golf Club, Fleet
This annual match between Great Britain and France was instituted in 1931, and has been played alternately in each country every year since. Great Britain has won every year except in 1934 at Chantilly, when each side won 41 matches.
Play is by foursomes in the morning, singles in the afternoon, six a side ; the winning team holds the Vagliano trophy, presented by M. and Madame Vagliano , the latter captain of the French side. The British non-playing captain this year is Mrs. J. B. Watson , four times Scottish champion. The course is a new venue for an important women's fixture-a natural course with springy turf and perfect greens.
Eleanor Heime , who gives both commentaries-the second at 4.50 -played for England in 1011, 1912, 1913, and ]920. She has been women's golf correspondent to The Morning Post (and now The Daily Telegraph) since 1919. She first broadcast from Edinburgh in 1926, and has given broadcasts on golf at intervals ever since.
Mrs. J. B.
The Lener String Quartet: Quartet in F (K.590) (Mozart)— Allegro moderato. 2 Allegretto. 3 Minuetto. 4 Allegro
Hans Riphahn (viola) and Karl Weiss (pianoforte): Sonata in E flat (Dittersdorf)—1 Adagio. 2 Minuet. 3 Thema con variazioni
Marcel Darrieux (violin),
Marcet Moyse (flute), Pierre Pasquier (viola): Serenade, Op. 25 (Beethoven)—1 Entr'acte-Allegro and Minuetto. 2 Andante con variazioni. 3 Adagio-Alegro vivace, disinvolto
from the Carlton Hotel
Gems from Gilbert and Sullivan
Killarney ) arr.
The Irish Washerwoman ) Hartley With Blue Brocade and Dainty Shoe
Overture, Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
I'm building a sailboat
Franklin, arr. Gardner
A Musical Toy......Ashworth-Hope A Prayer at Eventide......King Laughing Marionnettes. Collins Sousa on Parade.................arr. Palmer
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Talks for Sixth Forms
May 31, 1916
Compiled by ' 'Taffrail' (Captain
Taprell Dorling , D.S.O., R.N.)
Production by Howard Rose
(A recording of the broadcast in the Empire programme on May 31)
England v. France
An account of the afternoon's play in the international match by Eleanor Helme from the Bramshott Golf Club, Fleet
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by John Ansell
Anatole Kitain (pianoforte) :
Sonetto del Petrarca, No. 123 (Liszt)
Alexandre Borowsky (pianoforte):
Au bord d'une source (By a Spring Side) (Lisst)
Vladimir Horowitz (pianoforte):
Scherzo No. 4, in E (Chopin)
including Weather Forecast
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Leader, Frank Cantell
Conductor, Charles Shadwell in a programme of novelty numbers and solo pieces with Ronnie Hill
Friedrich Buxbaum (violoncello)
Max Pirani (pianoforte)
That great cellist and teacher of the cello, Friedrich Buxbaum. was born in Vienna and studied at the Conservatoire there. He came to England for the first time forty years ago and was engaged as first cellist in the Glasgow Symphony Orchestra. He has visited this country practically every year since, and now for eight months has been resident here.
He was specially invited by Gustav Mahler to play at Covent Garden; has been solo cellist of the State Opera and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, playing under such conductors as Richter, Nikisch, Mahler, Furtwiingler, Walter, Toscanini, Mengelberg.
On his visits to England he has played frequently at concerts with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Rose Quartet, and with the Buxbaum Quartet has made many quartet records.
Though he has often broadcast from Vienna, this evening will mark his radio début over here.
He has played frequently with Max Pirani. who is well known to listeners, and whose wife, Leila Pirani , studied under Rose in Vienna and was at one time with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Devised by Rion Voigt
Romance! Laughter! Tragedy
Tonight, members of the audience in St. George's Hall will become fully-fledged actors in a radio play. Listeners will hear the aspirants tested, the cast chosen, and the play rehearsed and performed
Incidental music by Sandy Macpherson
Presented by Vernon Harris
Presented by Van Phillips with James Hayter
The Men about Town
Van Phillips and his
Orchestrations by Van Phillips and Alf Ralston
Produced by Vernon Harris
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
by Ronald MacKenzie
Adapted for broadcasting by Marianne Helweg
The action takes place in Poland, and the scene throughout is the living-room of Wilhelm Schindler 's house
Production by Val Gielgud
Joseph Schindler, his son:
Grace Schindler, his second wife:
Mary Preston, her daughter:
Geoffrey Preston, her son:
Irene Baumer, Geoffrey's fiancÃ©e:
Anna, the Schindlers' maid:
Samuel Plagett, of Express Oil Co , Ltd:
with Stella Roberta
The Basle Chamber Choir and Orchestra (Max Meili , tenor): Cantata No. 65, Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen (The Sages of Sheba shall come) (Bach)
The Bach Cantata Club Choir and Orchestra: Rejoice in the Lord Alway (Bell Anthem) (Purcell). Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach). Nightingale Chorus (Solomon) (Handel)
including Weather Forecast