DOUGLAS CAMERON ('Cello) and HARRY ISAACS
By J. ALBERT SOWERBUTTS
(Organist and Director of the Choir, Guildford
Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow Church
by THE HOTEL METROPOLE ORCHESTRA (Leader, A. MANTOVANI), from the Hotel Metropole
FRANK IVIMEY'S SEXTET and SYBIL SCANES (Contralto) HOWARD FRY (Baritone)
GWENDO PAUL (Pianoforte)
' The World's Largest Market '
To most Londoners, probably even those who pride themselves on their knowledge of the lesser-known ' sights,' Club Row means nothing at all. Yet, as they will discover when they hear Miss Elphinstone's talk, this little street in Bethnal Green is the oldest part of a market where one may buy dogs of all kinds - from the aristocrat who sells on his pedigree alone to the family pet being sold on the eve of licence day - to say nothing of canaries, goats, bicycles, rabbits - Chinchilla and otherwise - tortoises, and any number of other things: all in an atmosphere as truly Cockney as Dickens ever conceived.
' Hansel and Greteol' in MUSIC and by Harcourt Williams and the Olof Sextet. 'Simple Magic once more,' by Cyril Shields
from the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham
The B.B.C. Music Critic
Sung by GEORGE PARKER
' The Happy Traveller '
by TOM KINNIBURGH (Bass)
JOHN ARMSTRONG. (Tenor) :
ALBERT SAM MONS (Violin) ; THE WIRELESS SYM ;
Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLl
ORCHESTRA On hearing the first cuckoo in Spring
So white, so soft, so sweet Firelight fancies
Concerto for violin and orchestra
Y Brasil .j Indian Serenade.
Summer night on the river
in a Sketch, entitled
' Mrs. 'OGBODDY OBLIGES '
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA : Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
ORCHESTRA The Bells of Spring
In the Tea House
More Dale Dances
Evening in the Forest
THE RIVIERA CLUB DANCE BAND, under the direction of HARRY JOSEPHS , from the Riviera Club