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: FELTON RAPLEY

at the Organ of the Gaumont Palace
Cinema, Birmingham

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Robert Heger : Overture, Pique Dame (Suppe)
Light Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eric Coates : Suite, Springtime (Eric Coates )-Fresh Morning (Pastoral). Noonday Song (Romance). Dance in the Twilight (Waltz)
The Royal Opera Orchestra,
Covent Garden, conducted by John Barbirolli : Russian Ballet (Luigini) — Czardas. Scene. Slow Waltz.
Mazurka. Russian March
The Bowers Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Robert Hood Bowers : The March of the Bojaren (Halvorsen)

Contributors

Conducted By: Robert Heger
Unknown: Eric Coates
Unknown: Eric Coates
Conducted By: John Barbirolli
Conducted By: Robert Hood Bowers

: A BALLAD CONCERT

Lettice Walsh (soprano)
Hubert Ennor (baritone)

Contributors

Soprano: Lettice Walsh
Baritone: Hubert Ennor

: 'I SAW THE START*

' Speed'
Lt.-Col. D. Jarrott , O.B.E.
Many of those who missed Lt.-Colonel Jarrott's talk on September 21 will tune in today with the large number of those who heard it before, for it is well worth hearing again, especially as the speaker himself is coming to the microphone.
If any man was in at the start of motoring, Lt.-Colonel Jarrott was. This famous pioneer and one of the founders of the A.A. (in 1905) began and ended with a record. He put up a record in 1899 when on a motor-tricycle he beat a famous trotting horse that had never been beaten before, and he put up another when he ended his racing career by breaking the world record at Brooklands, doing a speed of 84 miles an hour.
He will speak again of those early days when the trouble was not speed, but getting the car to go at all ; of 1895, when the winner of the Paris-to-Bordeaux race did fourteen miles an hour ; of 1896 when motor-cars were first allowed on the English roads without a man walking ahead with a red flag, and speed was restricted to twelve miles an hour ; and the first motor-tricycle race which he won himself in 1897 ; of the Paris-to-Toulouse race when the winner did forty miles an hour. From beginning to end, his talk is exciting.

Contributors

Unknown: Lt.-Col. D. Jarrott

: THE LEEDS UNIVERSITY MIDDAY CONCERT

from the University, Leeds
A Recital of Chamber Music of the XVII and XVIII Centuries by The English Consort: Elizabeth Goble ; Margaret Donington
; Marco Pallis ; Carl Dolmetsch ; Robert Donington ; Richard Nicholson

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Goble
Unknown: Margaret Donington
Unknown: Marco Pallis
Unknown: Carl Dolmetsch
Unknown: Robert Donington
Unknown: Richard Nicholson

: A LIGHT CLASSICAL CONCERT

Alice Vaughan (mezzo-soprano)
The Macnaughten
String Quartet:
Anne Macnaughten (violin) ;
Elise Desprez (violin) ;
Margaret Ludwig (viola) ;
Olive Richards (violoncello)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Alice Vaughan
Violin: Anne MacNaughten
Violin: Elise Desprez
Viola: Margaret Ludwig
Viola: Olive Richards

: THE CENTRAL BAND OF HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL AIR FORCE

(By permission of the Air Council)
Conducted by Squadron-Leader
R. P. O'Donnell , M.V.O.
Director of Music, Royal Air Force from the Royal Air Force
Headquarters, Uxbridge

Contributors

Conducted By: R. P. O'Donnell

: THE BATH PUMP ROOM" ORCHESTRA

Leader, Norman Rouse
Conductor, Maurice Miles from the Pump Room, Bath

Contributors

Leader: Norman Rouse
Conductor: Maurice Miles

: MEDVEDEFF'S BALALAIKA ORCHESTRA

(All arrangements by Medvedeff)

: ' THE FOX'S MASK '

A Microphone Play by Denis Constanduros
The cast also includes one or two other voices, played by Bertha Woolcote , Joan Batchelor ,
Allan Wade , and Valentine Dyall
Place, The English countryside
Time, Before, during, and after the War
Produced by Lance Sieveking
' The Fox's Mask ' was broadcast in the National programme on Tuesday

Contributors

Play By: Denis Constanduros
Played By: Bertha Woolcote
Played By: Joan Batchelor
Played By: Allan Wade
Produced By: Lance Sieveking
Clara Loxwood: Lydia Sherwood
Tom Loxwood, her brother: Geoffrey Sumner
Mrs Loxwood, their mother: Gladys Young
Arthur Lerwill: Frith Banbury
The Fox's Mask: Esme Percy

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: H. ROBINSON CLEAVER

at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Bexley Heath
Favourites Old and New

Contributors

Unknown: Bexley Heath

: 'OUTSIDE LONDON'

' The Fen Waterways: Today and Yesterday'
By Ben Lee
From time to time, in this series, talks will be broadcast on the activities of the country districts of the counties not far from London.
In this, the first of the series,
Ben Lee-who has been a waterman all his life, and whose family have been watermen for many generations-will talk about the river transport of the Fenland waterways as he remembers it from his boyhood, and he will say something, too, about the same traffic today.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Lee
Unknown: Ben Lee-Who

: THE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT

The London
Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, David McCallum
Conductor,
Sir Thomas Beecham , Bart. from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)

Contributors

Leader: David McCallum
Conductor: Sir Thomas Beecham

: Concert, Part 2

(First European Performance)
See the article by Edwin Evans on page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Evans

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA

with EVELYN DALL
SAM BROWNE
VERA LYNN
MAx BACON and THE MANHATTAN THREE from the Cafe de Paris

Contributors

Unknown: Evelyn Dall
Unknown: Sam Browne
Unknown: Vera Lynn
Unknown: Max Bacon

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast

: A RECITAL

by Etta Bernard
(Australian contralto)
(Empire Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: Etta Bernard








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