at the Organ of the Granada,
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor. Idris Lewis
Fisher Morgan (baritone)
by Kathleen Dunn-Davies
A monthly programme dealing with sport and its personalities
' In and Out of the F.A. Cup ' by Frank Buckley
' Swimming the Channel' by Tom Blower
' More Hints on Fly Fishing ' by ' Willow '
' Keeping Fit.... for Rowing ' by J. C. Cherry
Editor, Denis Morris
(A recording of the broadcast in the Midland programme on Wednesday)
by The Hirsch String Quartet:
Leonard Hirsch (violin)
Joseph Pessac (violin)
James Verity (viola)
Kathleen Moorhouse (violoncello)
E. M. Ashmore.
Secretary to the London Head-mistresses Employment Committee
Lotte Lehmann (soprano): Du bist wie eine Blume (How like a flower thou bloomest) (Liszt) ; Die Lotusblume (The Lotus Flower) ; An den Sonnenschein (To the Sunshine) ; and Marienwiirmchen (Ladybird) (Schumann). Standchen (Serenade) (Richard Strauss )
by William Pleeth (violoncello) Margaret Good (pianoforte)
at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Conductor, J. C. Dyson
A weekly entertainment programme presented by the Columbia Broadcasting System of America
Conducted by Lyn Murray
With Genevieve Rowe , Earl Rogers , and Chorus
Compere, Charles Stark
Produced and directed by George Zachary
Parry Jones (tenor)
At the piano, Sir Hamilton Harty
Five Irish Poems
1 A Mayo Love Song. 2 The Sailor Man. 3 Denny's Daughter. 4 At Easter. 5 The Fiddler of Dooney
(First Broadcast performance)
My Lagan Love
A Rann of Wandering
A biographical sketch of J. M. W.
Turner, the artist by R. H. Wilenski
Produced by Stephen Potter
It is just one hundred years since the great painter Joseph William Mallord Turner first exhibited at the Royal Academy his most famous picture ' The Fighting Temeraire ', which now hangs in the National Gallery. Here is a programme to mark that centenary.
R. H. Wilenski , distinguished art critic, is not unknown as a broadcast talker, but this is the first time he has written a programme of this kind. His programme will present a practical and unromanticised picture of Turner's life in a number of dramatic scenes linked by narration.
You will first meet Turner as a young man, watching Sir Joshua Reynolds at work in his studio, and thereafter hear about some of the practical aspects of an artist's life-how, for example, he sold his pictures, what was his attitude to patrons, and theirs to him, what his public thought of him, and how he worked.
Among the characters to be introduced will be the famous Beckford, and John Ruskin.
' Up Guards and at 'em'
J. H. Oliver
Tonight's speaker probably knows as much about the life of the guards-man in the old days as any man living.
J. H. Oliver was in the Life
Guards fifty years ago, and in his talk tonight will have quite a lot to say about the barrack life of those times, in both its discipline and its seamier side.
with Peggy Dell , June Malo , Primrose, Bruce Trent , Doreen Stevens ,
Freddy Schweitzer from the Royal Hall, Harrogate
including Weather Forecast