Down with that dustpan!
Put away that ledger!
Come and have a posset with Tony Melrose and his gramophone records
This week: The R.A.F. Mess
Fedora Bernard (mezzo-soprano)
Mary Peppin and Geraldine Peppin
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conductor, H. Foster Clark
G. F. L. Draper
G. F. L.
A serial version for broadcasting of Crosbie Garstin 's trilogy, ' The Penhales ', read by Geoffrey Tandy
Ortho Penhale, young squire of Bosula, blown off the Cornish coast out to sea and captured by a slave-ship, is taken to Sallee, on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. In this instalment you will hear of the beginnings of his new life in Africa -first as a slave and later as a freed man in the Sultan's cavalry.
in Jazz in Dance Music in Film Music in Popular Songs and Light Music
A fortnightly review of gramophone records by Leslie Perowne
(All arrangements by Jack Beaver and Guy Fletcher )
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
Leader, Bryan Gipps
Conductor, Eldridge Newman
Edward Reach (tenor) from the Leas Cliff Hall , Folkestone
at the organ of the Palladium
Big Bill Campbell in his Western scena with Gerry Fitzgerald
Jack Trafford and Bill Campbell 's Rangers and the thrilling Western serial,
' Rusty Six-Gun Rides the Range'
Episode Four : ' The Death Trap '
Written by Big Bill Campbell and Anthony Hall. Musical arrangements by William Herbert. Production by F. H. C. Piffard
'The Cabin in the Hills' will be broadcast again on Wednesday
F. H. C.
A masque in six scenes
Music by Handel
Israelites: Stiles-Allen, Anne Wood , John Fullard , Norman Walker ,
. Chorus of Israelites, Persian Soldiers, etc.
The BBC Chorus
The BBC Orchestra
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Leslie Woodgate
Chorus of Persian soldiers, Shall we the God of Israel fear?
Recitative, Now persecution shall lay by her iron rod
Aria (an Israelite), Tune your harps to cheerful strains
Aria (an Israelite), Praise the Lord with cheerful noise
Recitative, How have our sins provok'd the Lord !
Chorus of Israelites, Ye sons of Israel, mourn
Recitative, Why sits that sorrow on thy brow ?
Aria (Esther), Tears assist me
Chorus of Israelites, Save us, 0 Lord
Recitative, Who dares intrude ?
Duet (Ahasuerus, Esther), Who calls my parting soul from death ?
Aria (Ahasuerus), 0 beauteous Queen, unclose those eyes!
Aria (An Israelite), Jehovah crown'd with glory bright
Chorus of Israelites, He comes to end our woes
Recitative, Now, 0 Queen, thy suit declare
Aria (Haman), Turn not, 0 Queen, thy face away
Aria (Esther), Flatt'ring tongue, no more I hear thee!
Chorus of Israelites, The Lord our enemy has slain
A further programme in this series will be broadcast on Thursday (National, 6.35).
including Weather Forecast
' Some New Novels'
' Books about Explorers
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
A dramatised history and descriptive tour of the island written by S. P. B.
Production by Francis Dillon
See the illustrated article by S. P. B. Mais on page 8
S. P. B.
Lee Ephraim presents Jack Hulbert and Cicely Courtneidge in scenes from
'UNDER YOUR HAT'
Music and lyrics by Vivian Ellis. Book by Archie Menzies , Arthur Macrae , and Jack Hulbert. Produced by Jack Hulbert
JACK HULBERT and CICELY COURTNEIDGE
Madeline Gibson , Jevan Brandon -Thomas, Henry Thompson , Three Rhythm Brothers, and full company
Orchestra under the direction of Lew Stone from the Palace Theatre, London
Compere, Lionel Gamlin
Turn to page 11 for pictures of the three scenes to be broadcast
The First Day
A commentary by Stewart MacPher son from the Empire Pool and Sports
Listeners are to hear a broadcast every night this week of this exciting, non-stop race which began last night at midnight and will finish at
11.5 p.m. next Saturday.
Stewart MacPherson , who is to give each of the commentaries, will be stationed at the edge of the track, on one of the banked-up corners, on the official platform. Tomorrow night he hopes to slip down to the ' bunks where the riders rest and are refreshed and sustained when they are out of the saddle. He will describe what is going on there.
Among interesting riders in the twelve teams of two which are competing are last year's winners, the Belgians, Buysse and Billiet ; the French brothers, Seres ; the Belgian, Karol Kaers , world champion over many distances ; the two great sprinters, the Belgian, Scherens, and the Dutch rider, Van Vliet ; the Englishman, Syd Cozens , who won the first race at Olympia in 1935 ; and the Dutch rider, Piet Van Kempen, world champion for years, the Steve Donoghue of the game, who will be making his farewell.
(including Weather Forecast)
with Margaret Eaves
Gerald Arthur from the Spa Royal Hall, Bridlington