at the Organ of the Dominion
Theatre, Tottenham Court Road
Germaine Feraldy (soprano):
Je suis tout etourdie (Act 1)
Germaine Feraldy (soprano),
Joseph Rogatchewsky (tenor) : Duet —Finale (Act 1)
Joseph Rogatchewsky (tenor) :
Dream Song (Act 2)
Germaine Feraldy (soprano) and Chorus of the Opera - Comique (Paris): Gavotte: Obeissons quand leur voix appelle (Act 3)
Germaine Feraldy (soprano),
Joseph Rogatchewsky (tenor), and Chorus of the Opera - Comique (Paris): Death of Manon (Act 5)
by Edith Walton
King Ludwig, Musician and Madman
Count Alfred A. Hessenstein
This is the third of Count Hessenstein's four talks in this series. He gives an arresting picture of Ludwig, the eighteen-year-old king, walking like a young god, tall and slender, beside his father Maximilian's coffin. This timid young man, in whom the people of Munich saw a fairy-tale prince, became in four weeks an imperious young monarch. But the pith of the story is that he became again like a little frightened child when he first met Richard Wagner. Listeners will hear about the resentment of Franz Lenbach , the ' painter of kings ', when King Ludwig changed Munich, the city of painters, into a city of musicians. Count Hessenstein will trace the story of King Ludwig's life and reign ; his eccentricities ; his loneliness, after Wagner's death, when he became the scandal of the world.
Count Alfred A.
(By permission of Lieut. -Colonel
G. F. Hamilton , M.C.)
Conducted by Mr. W. B. Foster from the Grand Parade Bandstand,
Mr. W. B.
presented by Jay Wilbur with Sam Costa
The Madhatters and Charles Smart at the Organ
Conductor, Edgar Morgan
(Weather Forecast) and Sports Bulletin including special accounts of Association Football :
Arsenal v. Manchester City
Birkenhead Park v. Blackheath
Rugby League : .-
Salford v. Huddersfield
BENNETT AND WILLIAMS
Two Jovial Boys with their
JENNY HOWARD the Comedy Girl, assisted by Percy King
(By permission of George Black )
MR. BOB AND MR. SNOB
ETHEL REVNELL AND
The Two Oddments
(By permission of Sir Oswald Stall)
' My Piano and I
The Famous Scots Comedian
Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
A Programme of the Fishing
Industry broadcast from
The Quayside, the Fish Market, and a Fisherman's House in Lossiemouth
Devised by John Stephen
Production by Alan Melville
This is a ' 'repeat' performance of a successful actuality broadcast of the work of Lossiemouth's fishing fleet. The distinctive feature of the fishing in this port on the shores of the Moray Firth is the use of the Seine net with which the enterprising fisher-folk have scored a great success. In Lossiemouth, too, the expensive old steam drifter has gone out of fashion in favour of the motor boat which is less costly to maintain.
Listeners will hear scenes enacted in the homes of the people, and the microphone will be taken to the quay for the arrival of one of the boats from the fishing, and then to the shed where the catch is auctioned.
Part 2 from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. ChappellandCo.Ltd.)
Redvers Llewellyn (baritone)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
God Save the King
Tickets can be obtained from [address removed], and usual agents. Prices (including Entertainments Tax): 7s. 6d., 6s., 5s. (reserved), 3s. (unreserved), promenade (payment at doors only), 2s.
Sir Henry J.
with FRED LATHAM and PAT TAYLOR from Ciro's
including Weather Forecast