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TONIGHT ON THE AIR
P.B.S. : — The programme from 9.30 p.m. until closing down should provide pleasant entertainment, commencing with Stuff and Nonsense , a new feature.
Foreign : — The Promenade Concert, from Queen's Hall London, goes on the air at 9 p.m. this evening, in the Empire broadcast. For later listening-in there is an operatic programme at 11.35 p.m., also from Daventry .
5.30 p.m. — TS . & An . — Arabic Children' s Hour — by Wadi'a Shatara.
6.00 p.m. Santur Solos by Artin Santurji.
6.15 p.m. Song Recital, by Nina and Mary (R) . "In Jeat lilhaq", "Ramona", "Diga-Diga-Doo", "Ed Dunia feeha al-haz Kteer", Monologue: Iskanderia.
6.40 p.m. — Mohammed 'Attia with P.B.S. St. Tt.
7.00 p.m.— The Street Cinema Sketches from Everyday Life, by Mahmud A. Yaqub.
7.15 p.m . Mary Akkawi, with Abd el Karim Quartet.
7.40 p.m. — N
7.45 p.m. — TS
8.00 p.m. — Enlarged Studio Ensemble, cond. by Marc Lavry. Niggun, Dzitomirsky. Two Chassidic Tunes, Israel Segall.
8.15 p.m. — Hebrew Lesson by Itzhaq Livni.
8.35 p.m. — Enlarged Studio Ensemble, cond. by Marc Lavry. Folktunes from Eastern Europe, arr. Marc Lavry.
9.00 p.m. —TS & N.
9.15 p.m. — TS . & N .
9.30p.m. Stuff and Nonsense, a Record Mixture Shaken Up, by Ralph Poston and Walter Milner-Barry.
A Village Wooing, a Comedietta for two Voices by George Bernard Shaw. Part I: En Bateau.
She — May Weissenberg.
He — Alan Rose.
Produced by Crawford McNair.
Part II was broadcast on September 15, 1938, at 9.45 p.m.
Part III was broadcast on September 22, at 9.45 p.m.
10.15 p.m. — "Variety", Starring , Ronald Frankau and Renee Roberts. Major and Minor and Louis Levy with his Gaumont British Symphony Orchestra(R) Music from, the Movies, Major and Minor "A More or Less Volga Boat Song", Alec McGill. Ronald Frankau and Renee Roberts, (Monte Crick at the Piano), "Good morning Mr. Barlow", Frankan-Crick. Major and Minor, "Tricky Little Tune", Alec McGill. Orchestra, Empire Builders March, Hubert Bath.