at the Organ of the Tower Ballroom,
Richard Crooks (tenor): Thora
(Stephen Adams ). Killarney (Balfe)
Elsie Suddaby (soprano): Spring had come (Hiawatha) (Coleridge-Taylor). Love's garden of roses (Haydn Wood). A May Morning (Denza)
Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone):
The Fiddler (Murray). Song of the Buccaneer (Leonard). The Spanish Lady (Hughes)
. by Geoffrey Phillippe
' Smuggling Stories, Poachers, and the Dialect'
S. L. Bensusan
In this, the third and last of his talks on the Essex that has now almost disappeared, Mr. Bensusan will tell listeners of the bad old days when a ' copyhold ' cottage would be sold to farm-workers and then seized by the Lords of the Manor on the owner's death if his widow could not pay the legal fine; when the parson refused to allow Sunday cricket; and when low wages obliged the farm labourer to poach and steal.
He will also have much to say about the Essex dialect, smuggling tales, and the odd characters he has known.
The Busch String Quartet: Quartet No. 1, in F, Op. 18 (Beethoven) -1 Allegro con brio. 2 Adagio. 3 Scherzo and Trio. 4 Allegro
The Pro Arte Quartet: Quartet in F, Op. 3, No. 5 (Haydn)-1 Presto. 2 Andante. 3 Minuetto and Trio.
The Flonzaley 'Quartet: Quartet in E minor (Aus meinem Leben) (Smetana) — Allegro. 2 Allegro mojerato. 3 Largo. 4 Vivace
Conductor, William Pethers
from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
A Farcical Extravaganza by L. du Garde Peach with music by George Barker
Orchestral arrangements by Robert Chignell
Characters in the order of their appearance with a Male Chorus and Henry Reed 's Variety Orchestra
Produced by David Porter
' Playing the Game' was broadcast in the National programme on Thursday.
Mr. Miracle, the trainer:
Mr Tweed, a director:
Ethel Maud, the grocer's daughter:
Mr. Small, the grocer:
Mr. Hump, a director:
Harpsichord Sonatas played by Alice Ehlers
1 G (Longo 290). 2 Fugue in G minor (L.499). 3 E (L.375). 4 G (L.486). 5 G minor (L.390)
Originally broadcast on December 11, 1933, as the first in the Scrapbook series of programmes, and now re-issued with new episodes and personalities
Presented by Leslie Baily and Charles Brewer
The programme announced by Frederick Grisewood (compere of the first Scrapbook) and Patric Curwen (compere of most of the subsequent issues) with Robert Hale
(in ' The Musical Watsons ' from ' Eightpence a Mile ' at the London
C. J. Pennington
(wireless operator on S.S. Volturno)
(from ' Hullo Ragtime ', London
A Memory of Anna Pavlova
Captain Geoffrey de Havilland on Aerobatics in 1913 and Adolph Zukor the famous film producer, in a recording specially made for this programme together with the recorded voices of Chaliapin
Marie Lloyd and * Lord Roberts
The BBC Revue Chorus and The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
' Four Years of Scrapbooks ' was broadcast in the National programme last night
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conductor, W. K. Stanton
George Mantle-Childe (pianoforte)
A panorama of the shipyards and shipwrights of Belfast by Thomas Camduff and Denis Johnston
' Terrible as an army with banners
Through the dusk of a winter's eve Over the bridge
The thousand tramp.'
(Richard Rowley )
Produced by Henry McMullan
(Northern Ireland Programme)
The BBC Choral Society
The BBC Singers
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
at the BBC Theatre Organ with Mary Cadbury (soprano)
During the war, Reginald Foort was a sub-lieutenant on H.M.S. Roberts, which for some time was based at Gorleston, near Great Yarmouth. Every other Sunday morning he used to play the organ at the local parish church on the occasion of church parade of all the naval forces. He was thus assistant organist to the very young and charming girl who played the organ on alternate Sundays. Her name was Mary Cadbury.
Foort left Gorleston in 1918, and they never met again . until Foort took part in a concert at Bristol at which Mary Cadbury was singing. He was so charmed by her voice that she is broadcasting as vocalist in his programme tonight.
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS
with ELSIE CARLISLE
FRED LATHAM from Ciro's
including Weather Forecast