Pastorale and Capriccio (Scarlatti, arr. Tausig)
Rondo and Capriccio in G, Op.
Grande Valse brillante, in E flat,
Op. 18 (Chopin)
The Annual Assembly whereat new laws are promulgated in conformity with the ancient custom of the Isle of Man ; preceded by Divine Service from the Church of St. John,
Order of Service
Hymn, All people that on earth do dwell (A. and M. 166)
Versicles and Responses Psalm xv
Lesson, I Peter ii, 13-18 Te Deum
Creed and Collects
Hymn, 0 God, our help in ages past
'(A. and M. 165)
Choirmaster, George S. Chilcott
Organist, Mrs. H. C. Clarke The proceedings described by George Brown
HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
Programmes may be broken into between 12.15 and 6.0 for broadcasts from Henley. The races to re covered and the probable times will be announced at 12.15 and 2.0
Casadesus (Marie-Louise) Harp
Mr. Wilkes at home in his own bar pariour
Presented by Lionel Gamlin and S.E. Reynolds
in 'Femme Seuleâ
A One-Woman Revue
An Old Woman, A Young Woman, A Buchan Woman, A Glasgow Woman, A Lancashire Woman, Addie Ross, A Small Boy, A Small Girl, A Singer
Other parts played by Addie Ross
Addie Ross has been broadcasting steadily since the early days, when she made her bow as 'Auntie Addie' in the old Aberdeen Children's Hour. In those days she was heard practically exclusively as a singer, but later her versatility and range of characterisation became so useful to producers that she very soon became the leading character actress in almost every production. She can disguise her voice so successfully that even her own husband is unable to identify her by it.
Miss Ross confesses that most of her characters are based on friends and relatives, and she has an uncanny knack of being able to take off people's peculiarities of speech and enunciation. She is a great favourite in Children's Hour as 'Miss Mouse', one of the original Aberdeen Animals, and she is one of the few Scottish artists to have been televised.
Florence Austral (soprano)
A report on the morning's racing and prospects for the afternoon, from
A commentary on the Men's Singles Semi-Finals, by F. H. Grisewood and H. B. T. Wakelam , from the Centre Court, Wimbledon
H. B. T.
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
' The Lord Mayor and Corporation'
In his final talk, Alan Ivimey will show that the City is something even more than a constitution of the finance and endless organisation of the capital of a great Empire.
Its peculiar position owes a great deal to its status at home and abroad ; this status is, and always has been, maintained by the City Corporation, which has a very high conception of civic duty. The head and official representative of this Corporation is the Lord Mayor.
Ivimey will say something about the Lord Mayor's many duties, and about his magnificent residence, the Mansion House, in which he lives during his year of office.
by Tatiana Makushina (soprano)
A short story by Hans Andersen , acad in his own translation by Paul Leyssac
Diana Morrison and Norman Whiteley
The Vienna Philharmonic
Conductor, Wilhelm Furtwangler from Vienna
A programme from a Cotswold town
Presented by S. P. B. Mais
S. P. B.
including Weather Forecast
with Stella Moya
, at 11.30
New stars of swing
A programme of gramophone records presented by Leonard Feather