at the Organ of the Plaza Theatre,
The Elman String Quartet :
Theme and Variations (Emperor Quartet (Haydn)
Ernst Wolff (baritone) (accompanying himself) : Minnelied, Op. 47, No. I ; Neue Liebe (New Love), Op. 19, No. 4 ; and Nachtlied (Night Song), Op. 71, No. 3 (Mendelssohn)
The Budapest String Quartet :
Italian Serenade in G (Hugo Wolf )
Bessie Jones (soprano)
Ashmoor Burch (baritone)
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen
The Gershom Parkington Trio :
Tom Jones (violin)
Gershom Parkington (violoncello)
Wilfrid Parry (pianoforte)
Directed by A. H. Morgan
Leader, Leslie Pawson
Conductor, Frank Gomez from the Spa, Whitby
' Amateur Artists'
R. H. Wilenski
A commentary on the 120 yards hurdles, 880 yards, 440 yards, and 440 yards hurdles, by H. M. Abrahams , from the White City
Athletes from the U.S.A., Belgium, Canada, Eire, Estonia, France, Hungary, Italy, Norway, and Poland are to meet the best athletes in Great Britain in thirteen events.
The Americans include
Perrin Walker , over 6 ft. 5 in. in height, one of the tallest sprinters in the world ; Melvin Walker , their Negro high-jump champion who last year cleared 6 ft. 10 in.; Chuck Fenske , second to the great Glenn Cunning -ham in the American Championships this July and credited with inside 4 min. 1 1 sec. for the mile ; and Cornelius Warmerdam , who has vaulted 14 ft. 6 in.—4 inches higher than the British record.
Outstanding among the Europeans is M. Szaho who holds the European record for 1,500 metres and the world's record for two miles.
Donald Finlay will have to try conclusions with Allan Tolinich , who was second in the American Championships. The world's record-holder, S. C. Wooderson , will not compete in his star event, the mile, but will be running in the 880 yards. In addition to commentaries on the 120 yards hurdles, 880 yards, 440 yards, and 440 yards hurdles, listeners will probably hear accounts of the other events.
Directed by Jack Hardy
W. S. Newall
(From North Region)
including Weather Forecast
A composite entertainment feature consisting of a visit to
' The Summer Revellers '
A concert party presented by George Hay and Gordon Lane at Grove Park Pavilion
The Winter Gardens Pavilion for dancing to
Al Lever and his Band with Doreen Dene and 'Out of the Hat'
A seaside revue
Presented by Caspar Middleton from Knightstone Pavilion
The programme devised and produced by Leslie Bridgmont
(for full details of cast, see West of England)
A comedy by Philip Johnson
The action takes place in a cottage in a Northern town
Produced by Edward Wilkinson
Conducted by Fred Mortimer
Hamilton Harris (bass)
by Tolchard Evans and his London
Band from the Palace Hotel and 11.0 Harry Roy 's Lyricals
Directed by Mickey Browne from the Kursaal Ballroom
Tiana Lemnitz (soprano) : Wiegenlied (Lullaby) (Im Sommer)
Alexander Kipnis (bass): Um
Mitternacht (At Midnight)
Aiexandre Trianti (soprano) :
Blumengruss (Floral Greeting). Gleich und gleich (Like and Like). Frühling ubers Jahr
Herbert Janssen (baritone) : Verborgenheit (Secrecy). Denk es o Seele (Consider, Q my soul)
including Weather Forecast