GREENWICH ; WEATHER FORECAST
Directed by RENE TAPPONNIER from the Carlton Hotel
A Running Commentary by Capt. H, B. T. WAKELAN on the Rugby International Trial Match, relayed from
Mary Sheridan (Contralto)
Arthur Cox (Tenor)
SEXTET Plymouth Hoe (Nautical Overture) - John Ansell
Meditation, 'Thais' - Massenet, arr. Mouton
Moto Perpetuo - German
4.0 ARTHUR Cox Wanton Gales - Kearton
Metisando in the Wood - Goetz
Come into the Garden, Maud - Balfe
4.8 SEXTET Largo - Handel
Sarabando Espagnole du XVI Siecle (Spanish Sarabande from the Sixteenth Century) - Massenet
Ballet Music, 'Gioconda' - Ponchielli, arr. L. Weninger
4.25 MARY SHERIDAN J'ai pleure en Reve (I have wept in a dream) - Hue
Night Idyll - Loughborough
A Fat lil' feller wid his mammy's eyes - Sheridan Gordon
4.32 ARTHUR COX Jean - Meade
Go, Lovely Rose - Quilter
My Dreams - Tosti
4.40 SEXTET Prize Song, 'The Mastersingers' - Wagner, arr. Schmid
Selection, 'Schon Rosmarin' (Fair Rosemary) - Kreisler
Selection, 'Cavalleria Rusticana' - Mascagni, arr. Godfrey
4.55 MARY SHERIDAN Fairy Tales of Ireland - Eric Coates
Early Morning - Graham Peel
The Leaves and the Wind - Leoni
5.2 SEXTET Negro Melody, 'Deep River' (Transcribed by Coleridge-Taylor) - Coleridge-Taylor, arr. P. Fletcher
Scotch Rhapsody - Carlton Mason
' THE MAGIC FISHBONE '
A comparatively unknown story by Charles Dickens , will bo told-in dialogue form
There will also be music by THE OLOF SEXTET
BEETHOVEN'S SONATAS for VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE
Played by MARJORIE HAYWARD and G. O'CONNOR MORRIS
: 'The Decline of Amateur
Association Football—Some Suggestions for its Revival .
The IRWELL SPRINGS BAND
Conducted by HARRY BARLOW
NOEL EADIE (Soprano)
GEORGE BAKER (Baritone)
(see centre column)
9.35 MDCCCXXIX (AD) 9.35
Without a loud speaker, Tommy Handley's set is in a state of low tension. That gay spark had been on the anode bend and at last found himself short-circuited in a dry cell.
The following morning he was charged with unlicensed interference at high frequency with the laws of gravity, or, in the alternative (5GB), with being a dull emitter and bobbing the cat's whiskers.
The detector, giving evidence, said that the accused, after being run to earth, oscillated and blasted, but offered no resistance.
Tommy, after hearing a long talk, promised in a fit of remorse that he would revise his programme and turn over a now leaf at a ridiculous rate of resolutions per hour perhaps.
'The native hue of resolution
Is sickled o'er with the pale'
* This probably means 'Ringing in Anno domini 1929'
ELIZALDE and his SAVOY HOTEL MUSIC, from the Savoy Hotel.