recorded by Nancy Evans (contralto)
by The Radio-Paris Orchestra
Conductor, Georges Derveaux from Paris
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Walton O'Donnell
Joy Simpson (contralto)
A serial version for broadcasting of Crosbie Garstin 's trilogy, ' The
Read by Geoffrey Tandy
The family threads are drawing together. Ortho Penhale is home again, the war with Spain being ended. But he is a cripple, and enforced idleness stares him in the face. Naturally he returns to his old game-smuggling on a large scale.
Meanwhile, his natural son-the only heir of the Penhales, though he does not know it - is appointed lieutenant-in-charge of the Preventive Service on the coast and becomes engaged to Ortho's niece, Jennifer.
Directed by A. H. Morgan
There is a good deal of talk nowadays of settling refugees in British Guiana, on the uplands where there is some prospect of their making good in agriculture. British people do not often penetrate into British Guiana's hinterland, but Gwen Richardson , who has been gold prospecting there with her husband, has a lot to say about life in the jungle, which turns out to be unexpectedly healthy and full of interest and excitement.
Gwen Richardson is the author of 'On the Diamond Trail in British Guiana'.
by The Cembalo Trio :
André Mangeot (violin) Beatrice Huckell (violin)
John Ticehurst (harpsichord)
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
' The Rural Scene in August'
Arranged by Alfred Dunning and H. R. Jukes
The sixth number of a Northern miscellany of country matters broadcast chiefly in talk by country men and women. Hal Jukes will be heard as collector and introducer of the characters
(A recording of the broadcast in the Northern programme on August 13)
A programme of gramophone records
Presented by Boyd Neel
England v. The West Indies
A commentary on the closing overs and a summary of the day's play, by Howard Marshall , from Kennington
at Cleveland, Ohio
A. P. Thompson
Phyllis Robins and Eddie Pola in a presentation of 'Crazy Quilt' with Three-of-a-Kind and The Crazy Quilt Orchestra
from the Promenade Concert at Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Muriel Brunskill (contralto)
Roy Henderson (baritone)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
Overture, The Flying Dutchman
8.13 Amfortas's Prayer (Parsifal)
8.21 Bridal Procession ) (Lohengrin)
Introduction, Act 3 )
8.33 Waltraute's Narration (Twilight of the Gods)
8.46 Klingsor's Magic Garden and Flower-Maidens' Scene (Parsifal)
Sir Henry J.
England v. Denmark
A commentary on the 100 metres Men's Free Style, and the 400 metres Ladies' Free Style, by Stewart MacPherson , from the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, Wembley
This is the second night of an international swimming, diving, and water-polo contest between England and Denmark at the Empire Pool, Wembley, which opened on Saturday.
Particularly interesting will be the women's event. The Danish women's team are recognised as the finest team in the world.
Schoolgirl Inge Sorensen has a breast-stroke action of pure classical beauty. Her time of 8 mini. 1.9 sees. for the 500 metres is a world record. The Danish women's relay team hold the world record for the 4 by 100 metres. The leader is Ragnhild Hveger , seventeen-year-old daughter of an engine driver. She has been hailed as the greatest woman swimmer of all time, and holds an unbroken sequence of fourteen world records for free-style swimming.
In the men's events England's chances are more promising. In addition to winning most of the races, they should also prove to be superior in diving and water-polo.
including Weather Forecast
with Beryl Davis
The Romaniacs from the Palais de Danse,