All documents carry historical and analytical notes with musical examples (the majority by D. Millar Craig), photographs of the conductor and/or soloists, and lists of the orchestral ensemble. Where appropriate, they also include texts for any vocal/choral pieces and lists of the choral ensemble.
In addition to notes on the works performed, many programmes also contain additional historical or biographical essays. Some carry minor handwritten annotations and those for the 1930-31 season include biographical notes on soloists scheduled to appear during the remainder of the season.
- Miscellaneous concerts
14 December 1928: Franz von Hoesslin (conductor).
10 April 1935: Artur Schnabel (piano), conducted by Adrian Boult.
- 1929-30 season
17 January 1930: Joseph Szigeti (violin), conducted by Sir Landon Ronald.
31 January 1930: Bernard Shore (violin) and the Wireless Chorus, conducted by Ernest Ansermet.
5 February 1930: Victor Hely-Hutchinson (piano), conducted by Leslie Heward.
14 February 1930: Bela Bartok (piano), conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood.
21 February 1930: Walter Frey (piano), conducted by Hermann Scherchen.
28 February 1930: Handel, Solomon, with Dora Labbette, Stiles-Allen, Tudor Davies and Keith Falkner (vocal) and the National Choir, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham.
7 March 1930: Arthur Catterall (violin) and Lauri Kennedy (cello), conducted by Frank Bridge.
14 March 1930: Wilhelm Backhaus (piano), conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood, including the first performance of Arnold Bax, Symphony No. 3.
21 March 1930: Lionel Tertis (viola), conducted by Sir Edward Elgar and Sir Thomas Beecham.
4 April 1930: Elsie Suddaby (vocal) and Wanda Landowska (harpsichord), conducted by Oskar Fried.
15 April 1930: conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood.
18 April 1930: Parsifal Concert with Muriel Brunskill and Harold Williams (vocal), conducted by Henry J. Wood.
- 1930-31 season
22 October 1930: Guilhermina Suggia (cello), conducted by Adrian Boult.
29 October 1930: Arthur Rubinstein (piano), conducted by Boult.
5 November 1930: Adolf Busch (violin), Dorothy Silk and Roy Henderson (vocal) and the Philharmonic Choir, conducted by Boult.
12 November 1930: Brandenburg Concertos, conducted by Henry Wood.
19 November 1930: Elisabeth Schumann (vocal), conducted by Wood.
26 November 1930: Norman Allin (vocal) and Bela Bartok (piano), conducted Wood.
3 December 1930: Benno Moiseiwitsch (piano), conducted by Sir Landon Ronald.
17 December 1930: Beethoven, Mass in D with May Busby, Muriel Brunskill, Parry Jones and Horace Stevens (vocal) and the National Chorus, conducted by Hermann Scherchen.
- Wood, Henry -
- Wireless Chorus -
- Williams, Harold -
- Webb, F. Gilbert -
- Wagner, Richard -
- Tertis, Lionel -
- Szigeti, Joseph -
- Suggia, Guilhermina (sometimes Suggia-Casals) -
- Suddaby, Elsie -
- Stiles-Allen, Lillian -
- Stevens, Horace -
- Silk, Dorothy -
- Shore, Bernard -
- Schumann, Elisabeth -
- Schnabel, Artur -
- Scherchen, Hermann -
- Rubinstein, Artur 1887-01-28 - 1982-12-20
- Ronald, Landon -
- Philharmonic Choir -
- National Chorus -
- National Choir -
- Moiseiwitsch, Benno -
- Landowska, Wanda -
- Labbette, Dora -
- Kennedy, Lauri -
- Jones, Parry 1891 - 1963
- Hoesslin, Franz von -
- Heward, Leslie -
- Henderson, Roy -
- Hely Hutchinson, Victor -
- Handel, George Frideric -
- Fried, Oskar -
- Frey, Walter -
- Falkner, Keith -
- Elgar, Edward -
- Davies, Tudor -
- Craig, D. Miller -
- Catterall, Arthur -
- Busch, Adolf -
- Busby, May -
- Brunskill, Muriel -
- British Broadcasting Corporation -
- Bridge, Frank -
- Boult, Adrian -
- Beethoven, Ludwig van -
- Beecham, Thomas -
- BBC Symphony Orchestra -
- BBC Symphony Concerts -
- Bax, Arnold -
- Bartok, Bela -
- Backhaus, Wilhelm -
- Ansermet, Ernest -
- Allin, Norman -