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' Paving the way in the Sudan '
Eve Maxwell-Lyte (soprano)
Leader, J. Andrew Cooper
Conductor, Kneale Kelley from the Spa, Scarborough
with Jessie Driver
of gramophone records
Grand Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Otto Dobrindt : Overture, The Jolly Robbers (Suppe)
Lily Dymont (pianoforte): Sevilla
Guiseppe Lugo (tenor): Air de
Jean (Herodiade) ; and Air de St. Sulpice (Manon) (Massenet)
Joseph Szigeti (violin): Serenade
(Elgar). Adieu (arr. Szigeti)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ernst Dohnanyi : Ruralia Hungarica (Dohnanyi)
from St. Michael's, Comhill
in jazz, dance music, film music, popular songs, and light music
A fortnightly review of gramophone records by Leslie Perowne
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor, Idris Lewis
Mary Maddock (soprano)
A short story written for broadcasting by J. Wood Palmer , read by the author
at the Organ of the Apollo Theatre,
A programme of gramophone records, presented by Scott Goddard
Conductor, Albert Cazabon
This is the first broadcast of this new combination formed and conducted by Albert Cazabon , well known on the air in connection with the Cazabon Trio. The Orchestre Intime has thirteen instrumentalists and will be led by Daniel Melsa , also well known to listeners.
Albert Cazabon used to conduct the City of Sydney Orchestra and while out in Australia Rave violin recitals and lectures at various important musical centres, and was frequently on the air. Soon after his return to England in 1937 he conducted the BBC Orchestra in two works of his own, ' The Song of the Great Bridge '—a tone poem inspired by Sydney Bridge—and ' Autumn Nocturne '.
In April last he returned from a tour with the Old Vic Company of the Mediterranean and the Near East. The Company played Shakespeare, classical comedy, and modern plays and appeared in Lisbon, the principal towns of Italy, and in Egypt.
A. C. Cameron , M.C.,
Secretary of the Central Council for School Broadcasting and the Central
Committee for Group Listening
A. C. Cameron will talk to teachers and others interested in education about the programme sponsored by the Central Council for School broadcasting for a new year of School broadcasting ; certain changes have been made and there are problems to be faced. He will also speak about the arrangements for Group Listening during the coming winter, and the Under-Twenty Club.
including Weather Forecast and BUSINESS OUTLOOK
H. B. Elliston
' Ford Maddox Ford, an Appreciation '
' Small Books en Big Questions'
at the BBC Theatre Organ with Norbert Wethmar (violin)
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
A Variety entertainment for the Army of today and yesterday
Written by Ted Kavanagh with Frank O'Brian
Collinson and Breen
Ernest Sefton and Hal Walters
The Three Musketeers
(Leo Massey , Jack Hodges , and Hank Swain )
Guest Artist, Dusty Miller
(for many years lightweight champion of the Imperial Services)
Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre
The BBC Male Revue Chorus
Percival Mackey 's Orchestra
The show produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
A radio drama by Francis Beeding
Other characters : Club steward, butler, officer, usher, foreman of the )ury, chaplain, clubmen, office-boys, and warders
Production by B. W. Cave-Browne -Cave
Counsel for the Defence:
Governor of the Prison:
London's Air Defences surveyed from the air and from a Ground Station
This programme will give an idea of the work now being done by those members of the Territorial Army and the Auxiliary Air Force who are permanently manning anti-aircraft guns, searchlights, fighter aircraft, and barrage balloon units for the protection of their country. The broadcast has been arranged with the co-operation of the War Office and the Air Ministry.
with Gwen Jones from Chez Henri
with Julie Dawn , Sam Costa ,
Cherry Simmonds , Ivor Rich from Quaglino's Restaurant
Etienne Ginot (viola) and Joseph Benvenuti (pianoforte): Marchenbilder (Legends), Op. 113 (Schumann)—1 Nicht schnell (Moderato). 2 Lebhaft (Vivace). 3 Rasch (Presto). 4 Langsam (Lento)
Henri Temianka (violin): Two
Romances, Op. 94 (Schumann)