Lener Quartet: Canzonetta (Quartet in E flat, Op. 12) (Mendelssohn). Moment musical No. 2, in F minor (Schubert)
The Busch Quartet: Quartet in D minor, Op. posth. (Death and the Maiden)-1 Allegro. 2 Andante con moto. 3 Scherzo. 4 Presto (Schubert)
Directed by Sydney Phasey from the New Victoria Cinema,
Dennis Noble (baritone), with chorus: Love and War (Waltzes from Vienna) (Johann Strauss )
Marie Burke (soprano): For we love you still (Waltzes from Vienna) (Carter, Johann Strauss )
The London Theatre Orchestra:
Selection, White Horse Inn (Benatzky, Stolz)
Roy Henderson (baritone): The
Lilac Domino (The Lilac Domino) (Cuvillier)
Maggie Teyte (soprano): What is done, you never can undo (The Lilac Domino) (Cuvillier)
Marek Weber and his Orchestra:
Selection, Countess Maritza, Part 2 (Kálmán)
Richard Tauber (tenor): Golden
Song. At Every Time (Lilac Time) (Schubert)
Orchestra of the Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, conducted by Ernst Hauke : Spanish Romance (Casanova) (Johann Strauss )
Arthur Fear (baritone): 0 mistress fond and fair (Casanova) (Johann Strauss )
Anni Frind , with Orchestra and Chorus of the Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, conducted by Ernst Hauke : Nuns' Chorus (Casanova) (Johann Strauss )
' Ahmed Elbasani , Gramophones. and Albania '
2-St. Mark's, North Audley
A description of the organ followed by A Recital by Maurice Vinden
by Dorothy Chalmers
from Claridge's Hotel
Josef Geiger was brought up in a musical atmosphere. At the age of seven his father taught him to play the drum in order to inculcate a good sense of rhythm, and within a few months he was playing that instrument in his father's orchestra. During the next three years he studied successively the violin and cello and eventually showed such great gifts as a cellist that he was sent to Vienna where he studied under Professor Paul Grummer at the Royal Musical Academy.
After the war Mr. Geiger went to
Berlin to study under Hugo Becker , and two years later he went to Norway where he gave several recitals. Then he returned to Berlin and played at the Restaurant Dressel, The Esplanade, and several other well-known Berlin hotels. In 1927 Mr. Geiger was engaged to play at the London Savoy Hotel, and two years later he formed his Tzigane Orchestra for Claridge's. Josef Geiger 's radio experience has been fairly extensive, for he began broadcasting in the early days of radio in Berlin, and since December, 1936, he has been broadcasting regularly from Claridge's.
Temianka (violin), and the Temianka Chamber Orchestra: Rondo in A (Schubert)
What Three Mistresses Think
Last week listeners heard a talk on the difficulties of the one-maid household. Today three representative mistresses of establishments of varying size are to come to the microphone to say exactly how they cope with the domestic service problem.
An anthology of recorded dance Music from the fifteenth century to the present day
played by The BBC Midland Orchestra
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by the Composer
Alfred Reynolds was Musical Director at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, for the greater part of Sir Nigel Playfair 's years of high adventure there. Playfair came to look to Reynolds for all the incidental music he needed for the many old comedies he put on at the Lyric, quickly learning that he could not find a better man. The Duenna, Lionel and Clarissa, and Riverside Nights are only a few of the many plays for which the incidental music was written by Alfred Reynolds , who, thus primed, was later to collaborate with A. P. Herbert in opera. It is to this collaboration we owe that popular perennial Derby Day.
A. J. Findlay
Lt. Col. B.J. Eaton, O.B.E.
In this new series of talks, to be given fortnightly, various people with expert knowledge of the production of primary products in different parts of the world are to come to the microphone to say something about the industry they know by heart.
In the opening broadcast A.J. Findlay, who left Zanzibar last February after spending five years there dealing with the problems of production and marketing of cloves, will say something about how Zanzibar produces eighty per cent of the world's supply.
Then Lieut. Colonel Eaton, who was connected with Malaysia for over thirty years, will speak with first-hand knowledge of rubber and the industry. He was at one time in the Government Agricultural Service and became Director of the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia. He has only recently returned to this country.
including Weather Forecast
by Cecil Dixon
A Radio Magazine
Introduced by F. H. Grisewood
The brilliance of the stars broadcasting in this programme remains undimmed. Among those who have appeared recently are Peter Scott, son of the Arctic explorer, talking about his forthcoming expedition to the Caspian to look for a rare variety of goose; Jock Marshall, just off to New Guinea; Peter Fleming and Ella Maillart, making their first joint appearance before the microphone to speak about their famous journey across Asia; and Professor Upham Pope, joint-director of the Exhibition of Persian Art at Burlington House in 1931, who described his recent visit to the sacred city of the Persians, 'Meshed'.
with The Band Waggoners
Conducted by Phil Cardew
Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ
Richard Murdoch and Arthur Askey
What Do You Think?-3
A radio problem by Hans W. Priwin
Produced by Gordon Crier and Harry S. Pepper
post that mentions
A new radio play by Norman Edwards
With the following cast
The action of the play takes place first in 1937, then in 1899-and then back in 1937 Production by Lance Sieveking
John Rayford, K C:
Lizzie (a maid):
Sir Edward Leitren (Attorney General):
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
A Programme of Famous Marches
P. S. G.
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS
will play for dancing from the Astoria Dance Salon
Leon Goossens , Oboe and Strings of the Bach Cantata Club, conducted by Kennedy Scott : Sinfonia to Church Cantata No. 156 (Bach)
Leon Goossens (oboe), Lener
(violin), Roth (viola), Hartmann (violoncello): Oboe Quartet in F (Mozart) — 1 Allegro. 2 Adagio. 3 Rondo
including Weather Forecast