★ from page 109 of ' New Every Morning'
★ , at 10.30
' Drying Herbs to remain Green'
Mrs. Arthur Webb
Simon Goldberg (violin)
Lili Krauss (pianoforte)
with his clarinet and saxophone
James Moody at the piano and Stan Matchett (drums)
Conductor, William Pethers from the New Hippodrome Theatre,
Conducted by Arnold Perry
, at 2.15
Popular music for all tastes. on gramophone records
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Leslie Heward
Eileen Vaughan soprano and Ruby Taylor and Frances Keyte four hands and two pianos
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Amelita Galli-Curci (soprano)
Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!
All manner of persons who owe suit or service to this Court draw near and give attendance at the Manorial Court holden this day at 9.30 o'clock
A reconstruction from old Yorkshire records by George Hadwick
Presented by Edward Wilkinson
(A recording of the broadcast in the Northern programme on July 14)
A programme of gramophone records
Presented by Christopher Stone
including Weather Forecast and Weekly Bulletin of Special Notices connected with Government and other Public Services
I-It's a Dangerous Game
M. Willson Disher
This is the first of a series of six fortnightly talks on collecting. In it various speakers will talk about their collections, which range from Chinese porcelain to matchboxes, and from cigarette cards to medal ribbons.
Willson Disher , himself a collector from time to time, and a friend of collectors, will talk this evening about the dangers of becoming a collector, and how a collector may become happy and miserable at the same time. As he points out, collecting can be useful sometimes, and some of the greatest public museu.ns have resulted from some private person's acquisitive mania.
by Robert Soetens (violin)
Suzanne Roche (pianoforte)
Robert Soetens , the French violinist who enjoys a big reputation on the Continent, has broadcast several times with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He was specially engaged as soloist at a recent Hastings Festival, and has appeared for many important concert organisations in the British Isles, including the Royal Dublin Society, the Cambridge Informal Music Club, and the London Music Society, for which he recently gave the first performance in England of a new sonata by Prokofiev.
In Paris he has played many times with the big symphony orchestras, and has also appeared at the Concerts Classiques at Cannes, Vichy, Ostend, and St. Sebastien, for the Philharmonic Societies at Warsaw, Bucharest, Stockholm, and Oslo, and for the Prague Chamber Music Society. He has given recitals on three continents.
Suzanne Roche , the young Parisian pianist, has won favour everywhere as his accompanist.
The programme of these artists is thoroughly modern in outlook in that the eighteenth century rubs shoulders with the twentieth century and the nineteenth is conspicuous by its absence. All three works, however, have one notable feature in common, namely, clarity of design and texture, and little or no appeal to sentimentalism.
by Observer Recruits of the Royal Air Force
A training flight from Hendon Aerodrome described from the air by C. J. T. Gardner
In this distinctive and interesting broadcast, listeners are to hear how two young men-Observer Recruits in the Royal Air Force-navigate, as part of their training, an aeroplane on two parts of its flight : the first recruit over a 19-mile point from Hendon to Watton-at-Stone, and the other on an 18-mile point from Watton-at-Stone to
In the aeroplane will be
C. J. T. Gardner , of the BBC News Department, who gave a commentary on the start of the Hendon-Isle of Man air race the other day. It will be his job to describe to listeners just what takes place.
The aeroplane will be one of the Air Council's De Havilland 86 air-liners. The skill of the navigators will depend to a great extent on their realisation of the wind drift. The pilot will act under their directions. They have been in the Royal Air Force only three weeks.
The map on page 11 is drawn from the map that the navigators will use in the air.
C. J. T.
C. J. T.
(A Boarding-House Saga)
Written and remembered by C. Denier Warren. Original lyrics by Pete Warren. Original music by Charles Tovey. Orchestrations by Wally Wallond
(by permission of the Hastings
The ' inmates' of 60, Acacia Drive, are spending a week-end in Paris as the guests of Colonel Trumper, and with them, as their guide, philosopher, and friend is
(ex ' gentleman's gentleman ')
C. Denier Warren and The Three in Harmony
The Three Musketeers
John Reynders with his Orchestra
Production by Ernest Longstaffe
Colonel Trumper (the army man):
Amelia (the maid):
Miss Lapis (the dumb blonde):
Wynne Castleton (the girl):
Jerry Carew (the boy):
Mile Zizi Pompom (of the MoulinTricoleur '):
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
pen Covenants and Open
The Hon. Harold Nicolson ,
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Jack Padbury and his Band with Marianne
Pat O'Regan from the Cavendish Hotel
, ct 11.30
The BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Toscanini: Overture, Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute) (Mozart)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Weingartner: Overture, Die Weihe des Hauses, Op. 124 (Consecration of the House) (Beethoven)