Programme Index

Discover 9,918,313 listings and 223,434 playable programmes from the BBC

AS the only woman Governor of a State penal institution, Miss Lilian Barker speaks with exceptional authority. When, in 1923, she became Governor of the Borstal Institution for Girls, at Aylesbury, she had already had much experience of handling women and girls. She had been in turn Principal of an L.C.C. Women's Institute, Commandant of a section of the Women's Legion, and Principal Officer in the Training Section of the Ministry of Labour; but she is probably best remembered as Lady Superintendent at the Woolwich Arsenal, where she did wonderful work during the worst of the air-raid period in the War.

Contributors

Unknown:
Miss Lilian Barker

Played by JAMES CHING
Prelude from English Suite in F Major Minuet from French Suite in D Minor
Prelude and Fugue in F Minor from Book II of the ' 48 ' LAST night we heard a Partita or set of short pieces by Bach. The sets of pieces called
Suites are much like the Partitas in general style. Why a certain collection of the Suites that was published after Bach's death cams, to bo known as 'English' is not known for certain.
The Prelude to the Suite in F (the Fourth of the six Suites named English ') is a lively, long and well-worked-out piece in woven style, generally in two strands or ' voices,' but sometimes in three or four—one voice constantly starting some little tune, and another then taking it over imitatively.
The 'French-' Suites were probably so called on account of their light character. The dances are all short, and in general slighter than tlfose in the Partitas and ' 'English' Suites.
The F minor Prelude in the Second Book is one of the most sensitively beautiful and expressive movements in the ' Forty-eight.' The poetry of the three-note falling motif, out of which so much of it is made, almost becomes articulate.
The Fugue has a rather long theme (' Subject') with a fall of seven notes at one point, that, often repeated in various parts of the piece, gives just a touch of pathos to it.

Contributors

Played By:
James Ching

Conducted by Flight Lieut J. AMERS . Doris COWEN (Contralto) ; RUBY HELDER (Tenor)

BAND Overture, ' The Mill on the Cliff' - Reissiger
7.50 DORIS COWEN 0 Peaceful England - German
Sing, Joyous Bird - Phillips
7.57 BAND Selection from Ballet ' Sylvia' - Delibes
8.15 RUBY HELDER Elle ne croyait pas (She did not believe) - Ambroise Thomas
Cherry Ripe - Horn
When I bring to you coloured toys - Alden Carpenter
8.21 BAND - Dance of the Hours (' La Cioconda') Ponchielli
8.30 DoRis COWEN Orpheus with his Lute - Sullivan
Sink, Red Sun - Del Riego
8.38 BAND Ballet Divertissements Graceful Valse ; Duet Dance; Gavotte; Saltereilo - Blatterman
8.50. RUBY HELDER Onaway, Awake Beloved (' Hiawatha ') - Coleridge-Taylor
Good-bye, Sweetheart - Hatton
The Early Morning - Graham feel
8.55 BAND Bees' Wedding - Mendelssohn
Neapolitan Tarantella - Barthelemy

Contributors

Conducted By:
Lieut J. Amers
Contralto:
Doris Cowen
Contralto:
Ruby Helder

A series of Reminiscences inspired by Chelsea
Hospital
Arranged by AMYAS YOUNG
Played by THE RADIO PLAYERS
LILIAN HARRISON , JULIAN D'ALBIE ,
DERICK DE MARNEY , RALPH DE ROHAN , EDWARD FOSTER. EDMUND KENNEDY , HERBERT LUGG , HERBERT Ross , JAMES WHALE , LILIAN MASON
THE WIRELESS CHORUS (Chorus-master,
STANFORD ROBINSON )
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND, conducted by Flight-Lieut J. AMERS .
EVER since its foundation in 1682 the Royal
Hospital in Chelsea has been one of the most picturesque institutions in London. This programme will give glimpses of some of the many interesting incidents with which the hospital is associated, and recall some of the famous people whose memorials it contains.

Contributors

Arranged By:
Amyas Young
Unknown:
Lilian Harrison
Unknown:
Julian D'Albie
Unknown:
Derick De Marney
Unknown:
Ralph De Rohan
Unknown:
Edward Foster.
Unknown:
Edmund Kennedy
Unknown:
Herbert Lugg
Unknown:
Herbert Ross
Unknown:
James Whale
Unknown:
Lilian Mason
Chorus-Master:
Stanford Robinson
Conducted By:
Flight-Lieut J. Amers

2LO London

Appears in

About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More