★ from page 13 of 'New Every Morning'
★ by Suzan Slivko
★ French for Sixth Forms
Revue de politique franchise
Madame TABOUIS and E. H. CARR , Wilson Professor of International Politics, University College of Wales
Emanuel Rambour and his Orchestra
Else Wolf (soprano)
Hansche and Nahrath (piano duets)
Georg Haentzschel and his Rhythm-Makers from Berlin
★ by Charles Dickens
16—'The last entry from the Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick
A serial reading by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley
★ World History
' The Great Trek '
Today's broadcast will take listeners back to the years between 1835 and 1840 when the Boer families of South Africa, rather than live any longer under English rule, trekked northwards to the Orange and Vaal rivers.
' Family Histories '
H. MUNRO Fox , F.R.S.
★ A play by Teresa Deevy
Mrs. Hally, an elderly landlady Tim, her girlhood's sweetheart Dermot Wade , a lodger
Two strangers to the village A Civic Guard
Mrs. Hally's mother and father' People of the village
The action takes place in a small village in Southern Ireland
Time : The present
The cast includes : Nita Hardie , Rosemary Leeper Wilson , Rosemary Colvin , G. V. Harries , Kenneth Barton , Harry S. Gibson , David Thompson , Noel Neely , Jack Gavin , and James Stewart
Producer, James Mageean
' Dignity' will be broadcast again on Thursday (Regional, 8.0)
★ A programme of tunes, old and new devised by James Moody with Anna Meakin
William Blackburn and The ' Stop Dancing ' Players
★ from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Lesson, I Samuel vii
Magnificat (Walmisley in D) Lesson, St. Luke i, 57-80
Nunc Dimittis (Walmisley in D)
Anthem, 0 Lord, increase my faith
0 Lord, increase my faith, strengthen me and confirm me in thy true faith ; endue me with wisdom, charity and patience, in all my adversity, sweet Saviour. Say Amen
Hymn, 0 worship the King (A. and M. 167 ; vv. 1, 2, 5, 6)
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
Gramophone records of stage successes past and present
Howard Marshall entertains sporting personalities at 11, Trevor Square, Knightsbridge.
The sporting stars to be interviewed are T.A. Waterhouse, President of the National Federation of Anglers, an experienced broadcaster and one of the best-known authorities on coarse fishing in the country, who will discuss the opening of the coarse fishing season; Graham Walker, well-known commentator on motor-cycling, who will discuss prospects for the Isle of Man T.T. races, in which he himself competed on 27 occasions; Peter Scott, son of Captain Scott, the explorer, and one of the most successful English yachts-men, present holder and twice winner of the Prince of Wales Cup (the blue riband of small boat sailing); and A.C. (Bluey) Wilkinson, world champion speedway rider for 1938, who will talk about this year's first speedway Test Match - England v. Australia - to be decided at New Cross this evening. A commentary on the final heats of the match will be broadcast at 9.45.
(New Edition) with Eve Becke
Guest artist, Evelyn Laye
CompÃ¨re, Lionel Gamlin
Orchestrations by Peter Yorke
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
The opera by Verdi from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
The action takes place in Cyprus towards the end of the 15th century
Cast in order of appearance :
Cypriot men and women, soldiers, sailors, etc.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, David McCallum Conductor, Vittorio Gui
Chorus Master, Robert Ainsworth
Producer, Charles Moor
Scene: Outside the castle
Act 2 will be broadcast in the Regional programme at 9.0, and Acts 3 and 4 at 10.0 and 11.0 (National)
Six Intermezzi, Op. 4
No. 1, in A. No. 2, in E minor. No. 3, in A minor. No. 4, in C. No. 5, in D minor. No. 6, in B minor played by Berkeley Mason (pianoforte)
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Madame Tabouis '
Genevieve Tabouis was born in Paris in 1894. As a niece of the late M. Jules Cambon , she spent much of her youth in diplomatic circles.
Her first interest was archaeology, which she studied for ten years.
She made her debut in political journalism in 1924 when she became League of Nations correspondent for two important provincial papers. In 1932 she joined the staff of L'Oeuvre as its leading diplomatic writer, and now enjoys a reputation as the leading independent authority on foreign affairs in the French Press.
This evening she is going to discuss not politics, but the difficulties of a career in which it is comparatively hard in her country for a woman to make her mark.
England v. Australia
A commentary on the final heats by Stewart MacPherson from New Cross Stadium
The Great Hall of the Castle
A talk by Cedric Belfrage
The Bedchamber of Desdemona
Kreisler (violin) and Rupp (pianoforte): Sonata No. 8, in G, Op. 30, No. 3 (Beethoven). 1 Allegro assai. 2 Tempo di Menuetto, ma molto moderato e grazioso. 3 Allegro vivace
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