from page 21 of ' New Every Morning '
for Farmers and Shipping '
Mark Raphael (baritone)
Roger Quilter (pianoforte)
Oh the month of May Go, lovely rose
Weep you no more To Daisies
Song of the Blackbird
by Frederick Stone
Fantasie in F minor, Op. 49 CAo/')n Spring Night......Schumann, arr. Z-M2< Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12.....L!M;(
The R.A.C. T.T.
A commentary on the line-up of the nrst laps, by F. J. Findon at the Grandstand, and Graham Walker , assisted by Alan Hess , at the Hairpin, from Donington Park
Donald Edge syncopating pianist
Characters in cameo
Popular dance music and songs on gramophone records
from the Granada, Clapham Junction
Much interest has been aroused by the announcement in the Radio Times that Reginald Gamble was writing a book on bee-keeping. It is now finished. It is not a textbook but a light educational work and is being published with no idea of profit. Produced on the initiative of the National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs, it is written by Gamble; photographs by R.V. Roberts; and Longmans, Green hope to publish it in October.
The question of distribution is not yet settled, but to schools and members of the Federation the price will be 6d. plus postage. The photographs will also be captioned and published separately, so that teachers may hang them round the wall and allow the children to see exactly what goes on in the hive before referring to the book.
An account of the progress of the early heats and of the prospects of the race by Alan GoodfeHow from
E)mdon Airport, Birmingham
The Ebsworth String Quartet: Eiteen Ebsworth-Chapman (violin)
Elizabeth Hunt (vio)in) Phyllis Ebsworth-Chapman (viola)
Eleanor Warren (violoncello) [Programme continued overleaf
The R.A.C. T.T.
An account of the progress of the race from Donington Park
The R.A.C. T.T.
A commentary on the closing stages by F. J. Findon at the Grandstand, and Graham Walker , assisted by Alan Hess , at the Hairpin
John Francis (flute)
Millicent Silver (pianoforte)
A commentary of the start of the final section of the race, by Alan Goodfellow, from Elmdon Airport, Birmingham
including Weather Forecast
3—' Air Surveyor '
Major H. Heminf ;, A.F.C.,
A golnng comedy with book and lyrics by Charles Hayes and Alee McGill. Music by George Barker
C<M< also c!ub steward, caddie master, yoke), o)d members, etc.
The Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwel !
Produced by Roy Speer
That popular and handsome radio lead, Patrick Waddington , is a busy man. 'Throughout June he was at the Berkeley Hotel, London with his ' ace ' act, ' That Certain Trio ', and appeared with it at the Dorchester throughout Ju)y. He has broadcast in Cupid—Plus T':co three times to the Empire. Not content with that, Waddington, who goes about with his attache case n))ed with apples and reading matter for everyone, is broadcasting on Tuesday and Wednesday next in Bon Voyage.
His Girl Friend:
Brown, a caddie:
White, another caddie:
from Salisbury Cathedral by Sir Walter G. Alcock
Sir Walter G.
His Life and Teaching '
C. R. Fay , D.Sc.
A hundred years ago today Henry George , the American economist, was born at Philadetphia. In his day George's philosophy was enormously popular in both the United States and Europe, and he still has an organised band of followers. George was the apostle of land nationalisation, and his ' single land tax' or ' tax on rents '. conceived in the days of the Go)d Rush in California when iand values soared, is stnl widely supported both in this country and the U.S.A.
An hour's radio revelry with Tommy Trinder
Jasmine Dee Gwen Catley
Cyril Grantham The Top Hatters
Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra (by Permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.)
Production by Douglas Lawrence and Vernon Harris
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
A series of talks in which every month a speaker from each of the four Dominions will give an account of recent events and the state of public opinion in his own country: W. Macmahon BaH—from
The Seaside Bandstand
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
. Conducted by Harold Lowe with F. H. Grisewood as compere