at the Organ of the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool
Chorus of The Scala, Milan:
Chorus of Cigarette Girls (Act I)
Gabriella Besanzoni (mezzo-soprano) : Habanera.
Gabriella Besanzoni (mezzo-soprano), Nerina Ferrari (soprano), Tamara Beltacchi (soprano): All'udir del sistro il suono (Act 2)
Gabriella Besanzoni (mezzo-soprano), Ernesto Besanzoni (baritone), Nerina Ferrari (soprano), Tamara Beltacchi (soprano), The Scala, Milan, Chorus: Toreador's Song (Act 2)
Alessandro Valente (tenor): II
Fior Che avevi a me tu dato, Act 2.
Maria Carbone (soprano) : Io dico, no, non son paurosa (Act 3)
Gabriella Besanzoni (mezzo-soprano), Piero Pauli (tenor), The Scala, Milan, Chorus: Ebben, Carmen io t' amo ancora (Finale, Act 4)
by Peggy Male
Count Alfred A. Hessenstein
Count Hessenstein in his final talk in this series will recall Berlin in the days which he knew so intimately as a boy. He was there in 1888 with his sister, who was presented at the court of Kaiser William I, then an old man of ninety-four and the oldest reigning monarch in Europe. That was the year when Kaiser William I died and his son, the Emperor Frederick, came to the throne practically as a dying man and reigned for ninety-nine days; Count Hessenstein will describe the contrast when the young Crown Prince, Kaiser William II (the Kaiser of the Great War days) succeeded him. He will speak of Frederick's wife-Queen Victoria's daughter, Princess Victoria-and describe being taken to the Lake District near Berlin, where he remembers feeding the peacocks. He will recall driving down what is now one of the most fashionable streets in Berlin-fursurstendamm, which was in those days more like a lane.
Count Alfred A.
Chorus and Orchestra of The Scala, Milan
Conductor, Lorenzo Molajoli
Chorus Master, Vittore Veneziani
Conductor, William Pethers from the Hippodrome Theatre,
Herbert Heyner (baritone)
Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
Belinda Heather (pianoforte)
including : Joe Rossi
The Henderson Twins
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
A Programme of Marches
P. S. G.
AND HIS ORCHESTRA with EVELYN DALL SAM BROWNE
VERA LYNN MAX BACON
LESLIE CAREW and THE MANHATTAN THREE
Adolph Busch (violin)
Rudolph Serkin (pianoforte)
A reconstruction of a famous Ulster crime in the Seventies
Compiled by Denis Johnston from the records of the three trials
C. K. Ayre , R. Forsythe Boyd , Kenneth Barton , Allan McClelland , Gibson Parker , Fraser Mayne , Mary Black , Jack Gavin , J. G. Devlin , Charles Owens , Robert Blair, Kevin Downey , and W. R. Gordon
Production by Henry McMullan
(Northern Ireland Programme)
See the article by the Hon.
Mr. Justice Johnston on page 11.
' Death at Newtownstewart' was broadcast in the National programme on Thursday
Mr Justice Barry:
The Rt Hon Christopher Palles:
Mr McDonogh, Q C:
Thomas Hartley Montgomery, sub Inspector R I C:
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS
with FRED LATHAM and PAT TAYLOR from Ciro's
including Weather Forecast