Directed by RENE TAPPONIER
From the Carlton Hotel
Relayed from the Central Hall, Hackney
ELSIE GRIFFIN (Soprano) IVAN MENZIES (Baritone)
BETTY Humby (Pianoforte)
' DICK SWIVELLER AND THE MARCHIONESS '
Adapted by C. E. HODGES from
' The Old Curiosity Shop ' (Charles Dickens)
Incidental Music by THE OLOF SEXTET
THE first English Rugby International Trial of the season took place at Newcastle this afternoon. The run of the play and the lessons to be drawn from the game, with a view to the final composition of .the English team, will be discussed in this evening's talk by Mr. Marshall, the former Harlequin and England forward, and co-author with Mr. W. W. Wakefield of a most interesting book on the game.
SCHUBERT'S VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE MUSIC
Played by WINIFRED SMALL (Violin) and MAURICE COLE (Pianoforte)
Rondo Brillant , Op. 70
"DELAY races are now one of the most popular forms of athletics, and they usually provide plenty of thrills. This year's inter-Varsity contest will be described in this evening's talk by Mr. H. M. Abrahams , the former Olympic sprint champion, who was himself not so very long ago one of the main pillars of the Cambridge team.
Arranged by ALLAN BROWN , F.R.C.O.
Relayed from the Kingsway Hall
BAND OF H.M. SCOTS GUARDS
(By kind permission of Col. FRANCIS ALSTON ,
Director of Music : Capt. F. W. WOOD (Soloist, Corporal H. STANLEY )
THIS Overture, like the Scots Symphony, was the outcome of a tour in Scotland which
Mendelssohn made in 1820. In a letter to his family he says: 'In order to make you understand how extraordinarily the Hebrides affected me, the following came into my mind there.' He then quotes the first twenty-one bars of the Overture, which was not completed, however, until the next year while he was in Italy.
MORRIS HARVEY (in Stories)
CARR LYNN (Imitations)
(Light Musical Comedy Songs at the Piano)
JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C. DANCE Orchestra
A VARIETY ITEM from
THE LONDON PALLADIUM