THE BAND OF
HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL MARINES,
(By permission of Brigadier H. G. Grant )
Conducted by Captain F. J. RICKETTS ,
Director of Music, Royal Marines from the Abbey Hall, Plymouth
March Fantasy, Colonel Bogey on Parade
Suite, Country Life i. The Hunt. 2. A Reverie. 3. The Fete
Pastoral Fantasy, The Smithy Waltz, Riviera
Ceremonial March, By Land and Sea
In addition to many well-known military marches, the most famous of which is ' Colonel Bogey' (written at Fort George, Inverness-shire, in 1913), Kenneth Alford has composed a great deal of other popular music. His numerous arrangements for military band range from transcriptions of complete standard works such as symphonies and overtures to popular numbers, including the fantasia on his own marches, ' Colonel Bogey on Parade', with which the programme opens this evening.
Captain F. J.
A Thriller in six episodes by J. D. STRANGE
Episode 4, ' Death Number Six'
The principal characters in the serial are Harvey Mainwaring , a director of North Atlantic Shipping Ltd.
Joan Mainwaring , his daughter
Flint Robertson , another of the firm's directors
Grant Robertson , Flint's nephew Rattenbury, a clerk
Miss Payne, another clerk
Mr. Mawling, an ' American ' gentleman and other characters
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