by the Baird Process
(356.3 m. Vision ; 261.3m. Sound
COLIN HAMPTON (Violin)
NORMAN FRANKLIN (Pianoforte)
By ERIC H. THIMAN , D.Mus.
Organist and Director of the Choir, Park Chapel, Crouch End Relayed from ST. MARY-M-BOW
KATHLEEN HARTLEY (Contralto)
By Christopher Stone
THE MAY FAIR HOTEL ORCHESTRA, from THE MAY FAIR HOTEL
' How THE SHIELD CHANGED
The third of the Incidents in the Story of ' THE SHIELD OF MALC-CHUS,' written as a Play for the Microphone by FRANKLYN KELSEY
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST
GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN
D.S.O., B.N. ('TAFFRAIL'): 'Navy Week'
CHOPIN STUDIES l'lawd by FREDERICK DAWSON
Studies, Op. 25, Nos. 10-12 Nocturne, B, Op. 62, No. 11 Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op. 66
By Mr. Basil Maine
A Radio Play by DULCIMA GLASBY
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL, NEWS BULLETIN: London and New York Stock Exchange Reports; ( ,554.4 m. only) Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices
In this broadcast listeners will meet again the type of programme that they will remember as a regular feature of the week's entertainment from Savoy Hill earlier in the year. Owing something to the Surprise Item and something to the talkie news-reel, 'Diversions' were always unexpected, always varied, and always topical-even at considerable risk of disaster, for a topical programme cannot be compiled at leisure and sometimes cannot be rehearsed at all. They take the listener all over London, behind the scenes of such institutions as big terminal stations, the Central Post Office, Brookmans Park and Savoy Hill itself. They provided a vehicle into which could be coaxed and crammed all sorts of broadcasts that could otherwise not have been done at all. Now Birmingham is taking up the idea and starting a new series of 'Diversions,' which, with the same form of programme, will obviously have a new content, and a vast new field on which to draw. It is the first of these programmes that listeners on the National wavelength will hear tonight.
THE SPLENDIDE DANCE BAND from THE HOTEL SPLENDIDE
(1,554.4 m. only)
by the Baird Process
(356.3 m. Vision; 261.3 m. Sound)