MAY TURTLE (soprano)
CLIFTON HELLIWELL (at the pianoforte)
THE WHITEWAY STRING QUARTET:
Philip Whiteway (violin) ; David Curry (violin); Margaret Huxley (viola);
Carrodus Taylor (violoncello)
RICHARD WALTHEW (clarinet)
W. S. BATES (bassoon)
VIVIAN GRAY (horn)
THOMAS DAVIES (double bass)
THE ' SCHUBERTIADEN ' were Social gatherings organised at private houses in Vienna fox the purpose of performing Schubert's music. Listeners may recall our programme on January 30, when we attempted to promote a kind of Schubertiade of our own, and to-night we shall do so again on rather different lines, presenting some movements from the composer's Chamber Music ; together with a selection of his lesser-known songs.
A discussion between H. LEVY (Professor of Mathematics at the Imperial College of Science and Technology) and P. M. S. BLACKETT , F.R:S. (Professor of Physics, Birkbeck College,
Radio Stars on Holiday
DAVY BURNABY (Compere) with THE TWO LESLIES
BEN OSBORNE and NELLIE PERRYER
THE CARLYLE COUSINS
MURIEL GEORGE and ERNEST BUTCHER
THE B.B.C. THEATRE
Under the direction of KNEALE KELLEY
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