Leader, Alfred Barker
Conductor, H. Foster Clark 11.45 SIDNEY TORCH at the Organ of the Gaumont State, Kilburn
(songs at the piano)
Listeners v. Viewers
Spelling Master: H. G. Selfridge , jnr.
An electrical recording of the broadcast on Sunday (Regional, 6.40)
The New Aeolian Players:
Joseph Slater (flute) Jean Pougnet (violin) Rebecca Clarke (viola)
Angus Morrison (pianoforte)
Henri Rabaud , a pupil of Massenet and winner of the Prix de Rome in 1894, became director of the Paris Conservatoire when Faure retired in 1920. He had previously held conducting posts at the Opera-Comique and Opera in Paris, and just after the war he spent a year in America as conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Most of his works have been written for the stage, the most successful being the comic opera Marouf, on a story from the ' Arabian Nights '. His only chamber compositions are two early works: a String Quartet in G minor, Op. 3, and this ' Andante and Scherzetto '.
The Victor Olof
Excerpts from Operas by Bizet
' The Fair Maid of Perth '
Marcel Journet (bass): Quand la flamme de l'amour (Burning with Love)
'The Pearl Fishers'
Gigli (tenor), and De Luca (baritone): Del tempio al limitar (In the Depths of the Temple)
Gigli (tenor): Mi par d'udir ancora (1 still seem to hear)
Toti dal Monti (soprano): Siccome un di caduto il sole (A fugitive one day)
' Carmen '
Raymonde Visconti (soprano), and Chorus: Habanera-L'Amour est un oiseau rebelle (Love is like a wild bird)
Raymonde Visconti (soprano),
Andree Vavon (soprano), Andree Bernadet (soprano), Guenot (baritone), with Chorus and Orchestra: Couplets d'Escamillo (Toreador Song). Votre Toast (Sirs! your toast)
Georges Thill (tenor): La fleur qu tu m'avais jetee (The flower you gave me)
Raymonde Visconti (soprano), and Georges Thill (tenor), with Chorus: Finale
See the article by Scott Goddard on page 14
A short story written for broadcasting by Martin Armstrong and read by the author
(Autumn Edition) with Charles Hayes
The Cavendish Three
The Gerard Singers and The Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Production by Ronald Waldman
This Guyed Book' was also broadcast on Thursday (National, 7.45)
Orchestra with Chorus conducted by Robert Emmet Dolan from Radio City, New York I got rhythm
Bidin' my time
I know that you know Through the Years
Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair Louisiana Belle
On, and on, and on
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
in French, German, and Italian
An old legend of the Cornish tin mines
Arranged as a dramatic interlude for music and voices by Alfred Harris Body
With music specially composed by Reginald Redman
The Clifton String Orchestra (Augmented) and the Ladies' Section of the BBC West of England Singers
Conducted by the Composer
Production by Felix Felton
(West of England)
with Harry Davis
A broadcast describing the activities of The London Ambulance Service from
An Ambulance Station
County Hall, Westminster and A London Street
Every day there are scores of street accidents in London. Every day the slick white ambulances of the L.C.C. service are rushed North, South. East, and West, with clanging bells, to collect casualties and take them to the various hospitals. Tonight's programme is an effort to reconstruct the story behind a single street casualty, and to show how it is dealt with by the ambulance men. Microphones will be placed by the telephone switchboard of the County Hall, to which all calls in connection with the ambulance service come through, at the ambulance station at the Elephant and Castle, and in a street near the Waterloo Hospital, where the ' accident' has taken place. Messrs. Woodrooffe, Standing, and Snagge, respectively, will be at these various points to give listeners an account of what is going on.
(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT
with Evelyn Dall
including Weather Forecast