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Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello) :
Spanish Dance (Granados) ; Minuet ( Valensin)
Ria Ginster (soprano) : Die Mainacht,
Op. 43, No. 2 (Brahms) ; Seligkeit
(Schubert) ; Rastlose Liebe (Schubert)
Moiseiwitsch (pianoforte) : Pastorale e Capriccioso (Scarlatti) ; Gnllen
(Whims) (Schumann) ; Jeaux d eux (The Fountain) (Ravel)
Dino Borgioli (tenor) : Do not go, my love (Hageman) ; 0 del mio amato ben (Donaud)
Heifetz (violin) : Rondo in E flat
(Hummel, arr. Heifetz ; La fille aux cheveux de lin (The Girl with the Flaxen Hair) (Debussy); Scherzo-Impromptu (Grieg)

Contributors

Unknown:
Emanuel Feuermann
Soprano:
Ria Ginster
Tenor:
Dino Borgioli

A broadcast from the West London Shooting Grounds during the Skeet
Championships
Expert comments will be given by Mr. J. F. Thornton , himself a good shot, who has organised clay-pigeon shooting all over this country. Further information about the art of clay-pigeon shooting will be found in an article by Lionel Seccombe on page 6.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. J. F. Thornton
Unknown:
Lionel Seccombe

'New Routes in Europe'
A talk about some new mountain roads on the Continent from the cyclist's point of view
NEVILL WHALL
Nevill Whall is a well-known Continental bicycle tourist. During the course of his travels he has crossed no fewer than ninety-seven Alpine passes. Each winter he lectures on his tours, and writes about them in the cycling Press under his pen name of ' Hodites '.
His talk this evening will deal with his crossing of the two newest passes in Europe. One is the Glocknerstrasse, in the Austrian Alps, rising to well over 8,000 feet. The other is the Col de l'lseran in the Tarentaise Alps of France. When completed, this will be the highest pass in France, and one of the highest in the world.
6.45 All Nationals except Droitwich
Voices of Yesterday-6
Gramophone Records by CARUSO

Contributors

Unknown:
Nevill Whall
Unknown:
Nevill Whall

The Southern Sisters
with Cyril Adison at the piano
Issy Bonn
The Hebrew Vocal Raconteur
Ivor Moreton and Davy Kaye (The original 'Tiger Rag' Pianists)
with Phyllis Thackeray and Ossie Noble
Ronald Frankau Britain's Master of Comedy
Will Hay and his Scholars
Mamie Soutter the Modern Bunch of Mirth
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Kneale Kelley

Will Hay and his Scholars are not only humorists, but first-class actors, and they are always welcome back.
Dave Kaye worked for three years in a timber merchant's office and was thrown out of work by a slump. He got a job as accompanist to a girl who sang songs in a store. Later he formed his own dance band, and in time became pianist to Jerry Hoey, Syd Lipton, and Jack Harris. By chance he met Ivor Moreton, who had been wasting his time in a stockbroker's office, and they joined up.
The Southern Sisters are three. Two actual sisters: Vera, a dramatic soprano who studied at the R.A.M. and has appeared in opera, and Betty, coloratura soprano, who has played in musical comedies in London. The third partner in the act is Sybille Jason, whom they met in the south of France.
Issy Bonn, the Hebrew comedian, is back on the air for the third time since his first broadcast in November. And Ronald Frankau, who appeared last night as Mr. Murgatroyd, is to appear tonight as himself. He is featured in 'People You Hear' on page 8.

Contributors

Singers:
The Southern Sisters
Pianist:
Cyril Adison
Pianist:
Ivor Moreton
Pianist:
Dave Kaye
Comedian:
Issy Bonn
Singer:
Phyllis Thackeray
Singer:
Ossie Noble
Entertainer:
Ronald Frankau
Entertainer:
Mamie Soutter
Musicians:
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor:
Kneale Kelley

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