Request Week, Second Day
' Tea for Two ' a dialogue story by S. G. HULME-BEAMAN
The Cast includes : Godfrey Baseley , Alfred Butler , Hal Bryant ,
John Morley , Hugh Morton
Incidental Music, played by THE
NORRIS STANLEY SEXTET
This evening listeners are to hear one of the most interesting of broadcasters. In the school holidays, and once a term by permission of the Headmaster of Oundle School, the Science master allows himself to forget ' stinks ' and becomes a star of the air. And does he talk about test tubes and litmus paper ? Not a bit of it. He gives amusing burlesques, and his pupils at Oundle (or at home if the holidays are on) tune in and are tickled to death.
Arthur Marshall was until recently up at Cambridge, where he gained a reputation among his friends for his amusing studies of women. He has broadcast in five out of eight Nelson Keys revues.
Part I of the Promenade Concert
Relayed from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
Solo violin, ANTONIO BROSA
Principal violin, MARIE WILSON
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
Polonaise (Eugene Onegin )
Don Juan 's Serenade
(Soloist, HAROLD WILLIAMS )
Violin Concerto in D
1. Allegro moderato, Moderato assai ; 2. Canzonetta (Andante) ; 3. Finale : Allegro vivacissimo
(Solo violin, ANTONIO BROSA)
Symphony No. 6, in B minor (Pathetique)
1. Adagio, Allegro non troppo; 2. Allegro con grazia; 3. Allegro molto vivace; 4. Finale: Adagio lamentoso
Sir Henry J.
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