Directed by RENÉ TAPPONIER from the Carlton Hotel
A description by Colonel R. H. BRAND and Captain H. B. T. WAKELAM
Of Centre Court Matches from the All England Lawn Tennis Club,
With Interludes by the B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
See special article on page 525
Relayed from The Aerodrome, Hendon
See special article on page 525
Low Bombing Attack
Night Bombers fly past
Attack on an Oil Refinery
' The Prince's Birthday Present'
A whimsical story written by ANTONY ARMSTRONG and specially put into dialogue form
Selections from Gilbert and Sullivan Operas
Played by the PARKINGTON QUINTET
Tho description of the matches in the Centre
Court by Colonel R. H. BRAND and Captain H. B. T. WAKELAM will be reserved if play is in progress
' Next Week's Broadcast Music '
MODERN ENGLISH SONGS
Sung by JOHN THORNE (Baritone) Miscellaneous Songs:
BAX'S song is one of a set of five Irish pieces. The words of this one (by Joseph Campbell ) tell of the piper whose song seemed a part of the hills' melancholy. The accompaniment gives us a suggestion of the pipe'splaintive music.
Scott has taken a poem of Dowson, in villanelle form-nineteen lines with but two rhymes. The poet tells how, to make his tribute, he took ' her dainty eyes as well as silken tendrils of her hair,' ' her voice, a silver bell,' ' her whiteness virginal,' and ' stole her laugh most musical.'
The last song is a modern setting of those favouritelines from Tennyson's Maud, concerning an earlier setting of which (Balfe's) the poet said that the composer had made all the notes go up where lie (Tennyson) wanted them to go down, and down where lie wanted them to go up. Whether the listener agrees with that verdict on Balfe or not, he is pretty sure to admire the spirit of Somervell's music, its exhilaration and the rhapsodical note of the lover's urgent plea.
THE International Horse Show is always a feast of delights for anybody who enjoys seeing fine horses and fine riding of the military school. This year's Show is particularly interesting in that it will be the occasion of the first appearance in England of the men and horses of the Imperial Riding School of Vienna. This school-one of the few relics of Imperial Austria that survives-has been in existence for over three centuries, and the breed has been maintained with extraordinary success all that time.
The men are trained for a minimum of ten years, and the horses themselves receive a training unparalleled in any other part of the world. Lieut.-Col. MeTaggart who broadcast a talk on the Show last year, is one of the laading authorities on horses, and he has personal experience of the Vienna School.
MOYNA MACGILL (in Irish Monologues)
REG PALMER and MAMIE WATSON
(Musical Comedy Duo)
EDITH PENVILLE (Flautist)
LAWRENCE ANDERSON and MARY O'FARRELL in " THE NEW PORTIA' by DION TITHERADGE
By PERCY E. FLETCHER
Sung by THE WIRELESS LADIES CHOIR
Conducted by VICTOR HELY HUTCHINSON
THIS is the last of Mr. Valentine's talks on holidays in Britain, and in it he will describe one of the most beautiful parts of the country-the region between the Severn and the Usk, where England and Wales 'meet; where the lovely scenery of the Wye Valley competes in interest with the historic buildings, such as Tintern Abbey, Hereford Cathedral, and Ludlow Castle, in which this country is so rich.
THE HARMONY EIGHT
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
Overture, ' Private Ortheris' Ansell
9.44 THE HARMONY EIGHT Doan ye cry, ma honey - Noll
Dr. Foster (after Handel) - H. Hughes
9.50 ORCHESTRA Three Dances from Hello America ' - Finch
10.0 HARMONY EIGHT Men (Humorous) - Odell
Cotton Dolly - Geibel
10.7 ORCHESTRA Suite, ' In a Lover's Garden ' A Song of Love; The Golden Wedding; A Garden Fete - Ketelbey
10.18 HARMONY EIGHT Little mother o' Mine - Burleigh
Alabama (Humorous) - Edmonds
10.24 ORCHESTRA Suite, ' On the Briny' - Howard Carr
THE SAVOY ORPHEANS, FRED ELIZALDE and his Music, from the Savoy Hotel