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: THE REGAL ORCHESTRA

Conducted by ERNEST PARSONS
From THE REGAL CINEMA, HANDSWORTH,
Birmingham
(From Midland Regional)

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Parsons

: Organ Recital

By. W. H. ELLIS
From THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY,
MANCHESTER
(From North Regional).

Contributors

Unknown: W. H. Ellis

: JACK MARTIN and his HOTEL MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

From THE HOTEL MAJESTIC, St. ANNE'S-ON-
SEA
(From North Regional)

: Daventry National Programme

(3.45-4.15 Television Transmission by the Baird
Process. Sound.)

: The First News

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin; London Stock Exchange Report, and Bulletin for Farmers

: REGINALD DIXON

At TUE, ORGAN of THE TOWER BALLROOM,
BLACKPOOL
(From North Regional)
Old-time Melodies

: 'Der Rosenkavalier'

Strauss
Performed by THE COVENT GARDEN OPERA COMPANY
From The PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE,
BIRMINGHAM
Act I. The Boudoir of the Princess Von Werden berg
Cast in order of appearance :
Conductor, JOHN BARBIOLLI
(From Midland Regional)
A T the beginning of the first Act, the young
Count Octavian is paying his devotions to the Princess, wife of a Field-Marshal who is away at the wars. The lady is touched by the boy's dovotion, but feels that she is too old to keep his affection, and has made up her mind that she must give him up. They are interrupted by tho arrival of the Baron Ochs, and Octavian hidos, and disguises himself as a girl. When he emerges, the Baron is greatly taken with him, and there is much by-play between them, when the Princess is not looking. The object of the Baron's visit was to ask his kinswoman, tho
Princess, to choose for him a cavalier to carry his rose to the lady of his heart, and when she has sent him away, the Princess tells Octavian that he must undertake the task. The idea pleases him so much that in leaving, he forgets to take a tender farewell of the lady, to her evident chagrin.

Contributors

Unknown: Princess von Werden
Conductor: John Barbiolli
Princess von Werdenberg: Miriam Licette
Octaviati: Marjorie Parry
Baron Ochs: Norman Allin
The Three Orphans: Frances Frost
The Three Orphans: Molly Street
Amy Sissons: Amy Sissons
Tho Milliner: Jessie Mitchell
Tho Monkey Merchant: William Booth
Valzacchi: Frederick Davies
Annina: Gladys Parr
Tho Singer: Herbert Tree
The Princoss's Attorney: Philip Bertram

: A Pianoforte Recital

by HOWARD JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Jones

: THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND

Conductor, B. WALTON O'DONXELL
NICOLA BLAKE (Songs with Guitar)
Hornpipe; Minuet; Rustic Dance; Jig
(Merrie England)

Contributors

Conductor: B. Walton O'Donxell
Conductor: Nicola Blake

: Banquet in honour of Dr. CHAIM WEIZMANN

Retiring President of The Jewish Agency for Palestine
Relayed from GROSVENOR HousE
The Marquis of READING, G.C.B., G.C.S.I., proposes and the Rt. Hon. L. S. AMERY , M.P.
Seconds the Toast
Dr. WEIZMANM replies

Contributors

Unknown: Rt. Hon. L. S. Amery

: ' The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: DANCE MUSIC

AMBROSE'S BLUE LYRES, from THE DORCHESTER
HOTEL .








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