@ From page 54 of ' When Two or Three'
Mrs. ARTHUR WEBB
At the Organ of The Regal, Edmonton
'Peoples of the World '—7
'The Eskimo—Yesterday and Today'
R. RUGGLES GATES , F.R.S., D.Sc., LL.D. (Professor of Botany in the University of London)
Mischa Levitski (pianoforte) : Polonaise in A flat, Op. 53 (Chopin); Nocturne in F Sharp, Op. 15, No...2 (Chopin)
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano) :
Schneeglockchen (Snowdrops) (Schumann) ; Der Nussbaum (The Hazel Tree (Schumann) ; Was I' hab (Bavarian Folk Song) (Bo'hm)
Mischa Levitski : Etude de concert in D Flat, No. 3 (Liszt)
Relayed from the Troxy Cinema
' Round the Countryside'-8
' The Scents of Flowers '
4a Orchestral Concert of School Music
London Senior Orchestra
Conducted by ERNEST READ , F.R.A.M.
'This and That'
Conducted by H. WAREING
REGINALD CHARLES (bass) (From Manchester)
Directed by HENRY HALL
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Bach Celebration under the direction of C. SANFORD TERRY , Litt.D., Mus.D., LL.D. (Hon. Fellow of Clare College,
CHURCH CHORUS CANTATAS AND
MARGARET GODLEY (soprano)
DORIS OWENS (contralto)
BRADBRIDGE WHITE (tenor)
STANLEY RILEY (bass)
BERKELEY MASON (organ)
THE B B C SINGERS
THE B B C ORCHESTRA
Led by Manus O'Donnell
Conductor, ADRIAN BOULT
Cantata No. 115, Mache dich, mein
Geist, bereit (Ready be, my soul, alway)
E. M. STÉPHAN
Humanism and Morals-4
'Morality and Religion '
W. G. DE BURGH, Ph.D.
H. G. WELLS
This radio adaptation of the first story of H. G. Wells ever to be broadcast was first produced on the air on January 9, 1933, and is an adaptation that the author had seen and approved. The story itself is one of the most famous of that long series of great short stories that Mr. Wells wrote in the ' nineties and in the first decade of this century, a period when almost every issue of the monthly magazines contained a new story by Wells, Kipling, Jacobs, Barry Pain or Conan Doyle , the bulk of which have now passed permanently into the collections. It is typical of his unique gift of combining an idea in itself fantastically original with a treatment so realistic and sympathetic as to carry entire conviction. The proverb says that ' In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king '. Tonight's story has a very different moral.
' The Country of the Blind' will be repeated in the Rcgional programme on Thursday night
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Sir WILLIAM BEVERIDGE , K. C. B.
The Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of DURHAM
The Right Rev. Herbert Hensley Henson has been Bishop of Durham for fifteen years, but his connection with the cathedral and the city goes back further than that, for he was Dean of Durham for six years before he was Bishop of Hereford. He has a fine historic sense, as you would expect from the late Honorary Professor of Modern History in Durham University. When he was Rector of St. Margaret's, Westminster, his sermons had a reputation among some of the most thoughtful people in London. Among his other gifts, he writes the most perfect English without any effort whatever. That he should have been selected to wind up this notable series is altogether happy. Whereas in the old days he had a strong belief in a State Church, he has now come to believe that only through Disestablishment can the Church win its spiritual freedom.
Leader, FREDERICK GRINKE
Conducted by EDRIC CUNDELL