at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by James Denny
Anne Duthie (soprano)
Albert Sandler (violin) : L'heure exquise (The Exquisite Hour) (Halm). Pizzicato (Sylvia) (Delibes). Toreador and Andalusian (Rubin stein , arr. Bor). Allegro (Fiocco, arr. Bent and O'Neill)
Gramophone records of this famous composer
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Wilfrid Parry (pianoforte)
Eileen Joyce (pianoforte): Serenade (Richard Strauss , arr. Gieseking). Viennese Dance No. 2 (Gartner)
Elsie Suddaby (soprano): Mocking Fairy (Besly). The Lass with the Delicate Air (Arne).
Eileen Joyce (pianoforte): Rhapsody in C, Op. II, No. 3 (Dohnanvi)
The 155th Renewal of the Derby Stakes
A commentary by Thomas Woodrooffe with a race reader at the Grandstand and Richard North, at the Start from Epsom Racecourse
Leader, Leonard Hirsch
Conductor, Eric Fogg
A Weekly Entertainment Feature presented by William MacLurg
The Orchestra led by Josef Marais and conducted by Jack Clarke
Orchestrations by Jack Clarke and others
Introduction, The Singers with the Orchestra
Inspector Sharp takes up the Case, by the Melluish Brothers
Problem No. 3,
' The Missing Formula '
School for Song, Some musical nonsense. An item devised by Adrian Thomas and Jack Clarke
Front Page Story, A series of radio thrillers by Aubrey Danvers-Walker Episode 9, ' Two to One on Murder'
The programme will also include Variety acts and popular melodies of the day
The cast will include
Richard Littledale Geoffrey Wincott
Alexander Archdale and The Three Cheers
[Starring] W.H. Berry
A musical play by Frederick Lonsdale and Gladys Unger
Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Paul A. Rubens
Music by Paul A. Rubens
Adapted for broadcasting by Henrik Ege
The BBC Theatre Orchestra and the BBC Revue Chorus
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Produced by Ronald Waldman and John Watt
W. H. Berry created the part of Achille Jotte in Betty at Daly's Theatre in 1915, and it was one of his most diverting parts. His many admirers will look forward to this radio version of a highly successful musical comedy, which is being given for the first time.
Berry must have created a record among comedians by appearing at only two West-End theatres - Daly's and the Adelphi - from 1906 to 1923. In January he broadcast his own biography in 'Star-Gazing', and in April he broadcast in Who's Hooper as Valentine Hooper - the part he created at the Adelphi in 1919. He is as famous on the air as in the theatre and on the screen.
'Betty' was broadcast in the National programme last night.
Adapted for broadcasting by:
The BBC Theatre
The BBC Revue
Gerard, The Earl of Beverley:
The Duke of Crowborough:
The Hon Victor Halifax:
David Playne (Lord Playne's Nephew):
Achille Jotte (Court Dressmaker):
including Weather Forecast
A Radio Magazine
Introduced by F. H. Grisewood
Once again personalities in the world's news are to come to the microphone to say something of themselves, their interests, their experiences, and adventures. Big names who have featured in this surprise series in recent weeks include Sir Harry Lauder, speaking on the Empire Exhibition ; Flying-Officer A. E. Clouston and Victor Ricketts , who told the story of their Cape record flight ; W. H. Jeanes , Manager of the Australian cricket team, who spoke about the great Don and his men. John Cobb, the racing motorist, has described his new giant car ; Commander C. H. Lightoller , second in command of the Titanic, recalled the disaster to the ship on its anniversary ; and Sir Alexander Mackin tosh on his retirement had something to say about the fifty years he has spent in the press gallery of the House of Commons.
Flying-Officer A. E.
The Palace of Engineering
A short description of the building and contents and interviews with some of the officials by P. I. Keith Murray from the Empire Exhibition (Scotland)
P. I. Keith
Act 2 of the Opera by Wagner
From the Royal Opera House,
Scene: A wild rocky pass in the mountains
Cast in order of appearance
Conductor, Wilhelm Furtwangler
Producer, Charles Moor
At the end of Act 1 Siegmund and Sieglinde have fled into the forest from Hunding, Sieglinde's husband.
The scene of Act 2 is a wild, rocky place. Wotan, desiring that Siegmund and Sieglinde shall bring forth heroes to defend Valhalla, orders his daughter, Briinnhilde, the Valkyrie, to defend Siegmund in his duel with Hunding. Fricka, Wotan's wife, the upholder of marriage sanctity, is outraged and prevails upon Wotan to allow Hunding to kill Siegmund.
Siegmund and Sieglinde, pursued by Hunding, approach exhausted. Briinnhilde, moved with compassion for the lovers, attempts to protect Siegmund, but Wotan appears and shatters Siegmund sword on his spear. Hunding kills Siegmund but is himself slain by Wotan. Meanwhile Briinnhilde picks up the pieces of Siegmund's sword and, taking Sieglinde with her, flees from her father's wrath at her disobedience.
by Ernest Lush
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS
will play for dancing from the Astoria Dance Salon
Dino Borgioh (tenor):
Morgen Ivar Andresen (bass) :
Nachtgang. Ruhe , meine
Seele Herbert Janssen (baritone) :
Nacht. Traum durch die Dammerung
including Weather Forecast