Margaret Cochran (Soprano)
Tom Pickering (Tenor)
The Wireless Orchestra Conducted by John Anekla
Overture, 'Alphonse and Estrella' ... Schubert
Three Dream Dances ... Coleridge-Taylor
An Autumn Nocturne ... Albert Cazabon
Air, 'Let me wander not unseen' .... Handel
Music when soft voices die ... Blume
Neglected Moon ... Bax
Ballet du Cour ...................... Pierne
Overture to a Comic Opera ..... Saint-SaÃ«ns
Maiden of Morven (Folk-song from 'Songs of the North')
A Fairy's Love Song ..... arr. Kennedy Fraser
I have twelve Oxen ............. John Ireland
'Selection,' The Mock Doctor' ..... Gounod
Cavatina ............................ Raff
Valse, 'Golden Youth' ..... Waldteufel
Air, ' In quelle trine morbide ' (Manon Lescaut') Puccini
Air, 'Je suis encore tout etourdie' ('Manon') Massenet
Der Sartner ... Wolf
Simple Simon ..... Parodies: Sing a Song of Sixpence ...... Herbert Hughes
Curly Lock ..... Herbert Hughes
This little pig went to market ... Herbert Hughes
Suite, 'Cotillon' ... Lacome
Selection from ' The Naughty Princess' ...Cuvillier
'Moonlight Dance ... Finck
FAMOUS houses live longer than the people who made them famous, but the march of time takes them too in its course. Mimi Pinson 's cottage on Montmartre; Warwick Priory ; the Kim House at- Chelsea; the 'Folly' on the Thames: Mrs. Siam's India House; the home of Dr. Johnson's friends, the Thrales—these arc some of the vanished houses of which Miss Hewitt will talk today.
: Songs with Choruses by J. R. Castling. ' A Affair in the
Farmyard ' (Olwen Bowen ). ' Maundy Thursday and other Easter Customs '
Relayed from the New Gallery Kinema
THE most amazing document yet published by the League of Nations was the ' first part of the report on the traffic in women and girls, and the second part, which is not to be published until it has been communicated to the Governments concerned, will be more amazing Btill. The two reports together form a terrible indictment of modern civilization, and show the enormous scale of the evil that the League is attempting to stamp out. To succeed, it must be supported by public opinion, and Dame Crowdy, who is now Chief of the Social Questions section of the League Secretariat, will attempt to inform publio opinion in this evening's talk.
LAST January and February, aa most listeners will remember, Professor Mottram gave a series of talks on ' Present-Day Problems of Food,' in which lie discussed diet from the point of view of health. These talks aroused extraordinary interest, and ever since the series closed, Professor Mottram has been deluged with letters asking questions and raising new points. Many of these are worth answering in detail, and this is what Professor Mottram will do in this evening's talk.
VIVIEN LAMBELET and BARBARA COUPER (Entertainers) who will include a sketch 'LADIES IN WAITING' by EILEEN YOUNG
DONALD THORNE (and a Piano)
NORAH BLANEY (Songs at the piano)
CYRIL LIDINGTON (Entertainer)
THE NESBIT BROTHERS (The Banjulele Experts)
DONALD CALTHROP and Company in ' YOURS OF THE FIFTH TO HAND '
S.B, from Manchester
Improvisations on the Organ by Dr. KENDRICK PYNE
With explanatory descriptions by Mr. FILSON YOUNG
Relayed from the Town Hall, Manchester
DR. KENDRICK PYNE , from the time
DR. KEXDRIOK PYX!', from tho time that he was appointed organist in 1863, at the age of eleven, to All Saint's Church, Bath, has had a career crowded with experience of cathedral and organ music, and to-day at the age of seventy-five his name is an International one in musical circles and his powers remain unimpaired. He may truly be called the ' grand old man ' of the organ world. Though he made a name for himself in the South of England. in the United States, and in Brussels during appointments which he held there, he will always be chiefly identified with the Korth of England, having held the positions of organist at Manchester Cathedral from 1876 to 1898 and at the Manchester Town Hall since 1877.
Additional interest will bu lent to Dr. Pyne's programme tonight by the special accompanying descriptions of the music and the setting to' be given by Mr. Filson Young , who was himself once a pupil of the organist.
An article by Mr. Filson Young which will help listeners to understand and to enjoy the broadcast will be found on page 70 and a picture of the Manchester Town .Hall Organ will be found on page 89.
Viscountess GREY and the Hon. David Tennant reading Poems by Milton, Keats and Wordsworth
Although on this occasion she and her son, Mr. Tennant, are reading from the works of some of the English classic poets, Lady Grey is herself a writer, her books including 'The White Wallet,' 'The Sayings of the Children,' and 'Shepherds' Crowns.'