following THE LUNCHEON to
1 M. GASTON DOUMERGUE
PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC
, THE GUILDHALL
(Subject to formal sanction of M. Doumergue )
The LORD MAYOR OF LONDON, Sir ROWLAND BLADES, Bart., M.P., will propose the Health of M. DOUMERGUE , PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC
Response by M. DOUMERGUE, giving the Toast of the LORD MAYOR and the CITY OF LONDON.
IN the first two of her series of talks Professor
Cullis dealt with the important question of what to eat and drink. She now proceeds to the equally fundamental matter of breathing. How many of us breathe healthily ? Of course, in many of our English industrial towns we cannot hope to breathe the right things-the air is a compound of soot and chemicals from factory chimneys ; but at least we can breathe the right way, and that is what Professor Cullis will tell us this afternoon how to do.
and SPENCE MALCOLM (Violin)
The KELSTON SINGERS
: A World Wireless
Message from the Children of Wales. S.B. from Cardiff
Played by LAFFITTE
Intermezzo in A (Op. 118, No. 2)
Capriccio in D Minor (from Op. 116)
THE A Major Intermezzo is a capital example of Brahms' sentiment, that never drops into sentimentality. Its tender, caressing phrases show him in his happiest mood. The emotion is restrained, hut surely felt.
Op. 116 contains six pieces under the general title of ' Fantasies,' of which two (NQs. I and 7) are Capriccios in D Minor. One of these is marked to be played 'very fast and with energy,' and the other 'quick, agitated.'
THIS is the third of Professor Weiss's talks, in which he tells of the way in which plants adopt themselves to their neighbours in the plant community. In tho hedgerows, for instance, with which he will deal today, the competition for light causes many of the smaller kinds to develop a twining habit, and they climb up on their taller rivals in order to reach the life-giving rays of the sun.
THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
Alexander's Ragtime Band
Medley of Old Favourites .... arr. Sidney Firman
JANE-IN-JAZZ-What'll I Do ?
THE BAND-Everybody's doing it. JANE-IN-JAZZ—Blue Skies
THE BAND—Selection, 'The Music Box Revue ' JANE-IN-JAZZ—All Alone, and That's a good girl THE BAND—I want to be in Dixie
L'ALMANACH AUX IMAGES
(The Picture Calendar)
Piano Music by Gabriel Grovlez
Inspired by the Poems of Tristan Klingsor The Poems read in English and French by Mme. ALICE DE WALMONT
The Piano played by ADOLPHE HALLIS
THOUGH Gabriel Grovlez (born 1879) began his career as a concert Pianist, ho has become best known as a Conductor of the Paris Opera and a Composer of songs, Pianoforte pieces, Symphonic Poems and Ballets. He has also collaborated in editing the great edition of Rameau's works, and has brought out two other excellent collections of old French Operatic airs and instrumental pieces.
A New and Original English Light Opera in Two
Acts, by HAROLD DAWSON
Music by DAVID W. NORTON and HENRY E. GEEHL
Arranged and abridged for Broadcasting
Lords, Ladies, Archers, Foresters, etc.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted by DAVID W. NORTON
Place: England in the Summer of 1461 and the Spring of 1463 ACT I. A glade in the Forest of Grafton on the Banks of the Ouse
ACT II. The Courtyard of Baynards Castle,
The Archbishop of Canterbury: