Leader, Frank Thomas
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Robert Davies (baritone)
Mark Raphael (baritone): 0 the Month of May ; Go, Lovely Rose ; Cherry Valley (Quilter)
Margaret Sheridan (soprano): I know where I'm going (arr. Hughes). The Meeting of the Waters (trad.). The Lover's Curse (arr. Hughes)
Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone):
Sea Fever (Ireland). The Skye Boat Song ; The Road to the Isles (both Songs of the Hebrides) (arr. Kennedy-Fraser)
' The Hong Kong Typhoon of 1906' Francis Harmer
from the Houldsworth Hall ,
Margaret Carrier (soprano)
Eilund Davies (pianoforte)
Paderewski (pianoforte) : Sonata in C sharp minor, Op. 27, No. 2 (Beethoven)
Elena Gerhardt (mezzo-soprano):
Der Musensohn ; Der Rosenband ; Im Frühling (Schubert)
Pau Casals (violoncello): Sonata in A (Boccherini)
Vladimir Horowitz (pianoforte):
A programme of popular numbers in quick succession with George Allsopp
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar: Froissart Overture (When Chivalry lifted up her lance on high) (Elgar)
The Halle Orchestra, conducted by Sir Harmilton Harty: Scherzo (An Irish Symphony) (Harty)
The New Queen's Hall Orchestra, conducted by Sir Alexander Mackenzie: The Little Minister (Mackenzie)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by William Walton: Scotch Rhapsody, Tarantella Sevilliana (Suite, Facade) (Walton)
Edgar J. Plaisted
from the Hungaria Restaurant
In the heart of the Magyar country, visitors from Budapest and further afield are listening to a programme of continental and gypsy music played by The Hungaria Gypsy Band
Bela Bizony is the conductor, and the music is introduced by Alexander Howard Programmes continued on page 40
Directed by Jack Hardy
including Weather Forecast
in * Sweet and Lovely'
A musical presentation with HELEN RAYMOND
Leader, Leonard Hirsch
Conductor, Eric Fogs
The Rt. Hon. Anthony Eden, M.C., M.P., proposes the toast of 'England' preceded by the Chairman, Lord Queenborough, G.B.E. from Grosvenor House.
The Banquet of the Royal Society of St. George, to be held this year at Grosvenor House, has been famous in the past for speeches by distinguished men - Winston Churchill, Sir Austen Chamberlain, Rudyard Kipling, and Lord Hewart, each has been heard in recent years; and the guest of the evening is no less distinguished today. Lord Queenborough, President of the Society, will be in the chair, and the toast of 'England' will be proposed by Mr. Eden.
The Rt. Hon. Anthony Eden, M.C.,
(New Series, Number 1) with Bertha Willmott
A Section of the BBC Chorus
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Listeners will welcome the revival of one of the most popular series ever given on the air. From October, 1933 to June, 1935, it ran almost continuously and featured every famous old music-hall in London.
It is good news that the four broadcasters who did so much to make it a success are all to appear in the new series.
This time there is to be a slight difference. Programmes will concentrate on old music-hall songs rather than taking one by one the particular music-halls. There will be a month's interval between the first programme and the second, after which the series will be given fortnightly.
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS
Directed by Sydney Lipton with CHIPS CHIPPENDALL
THE THREE T's and AL BOWLLY from Grosvenor House, Park Lane
The BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Toscanini: Tragic Overture (Brahms)
The New York Philharmonic
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Toscanini: Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Orfeo) (Gluck)
including Weather Forecast