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: CONCERTS FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN

Arranged by THE PEOPLE'S CONCERT SOCIETY
In co-operation with the B.B.C.
IDA COOPER (Soprano) ; EDWARD NICHOL
(Tenor); ADELA HAMATON (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Soprano: Ida Cooper
Soprano: Edward Nichol
Tenor: Adela Hamaton

: Mr. J. H. DRIBERG: A Central African Native Story '

MR. DRIBERG went to Africa years ago as a Government official, and became so interested in the country and its people that he stayed on after his term of service expired. For many years now he has lived in the forests of Central and West Africa, amongst the negroes, as one of themselves. He has been initiated into their brotherhoods and assisted at their ceremonies, and the learning that scientists coming from outside have to struggle for has come to him as his right. He is returning to Africa very shortly, and listeners are lucky to be able to hear his talk this afternoon.

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Selections by the Band of St. Mary, Islington, Guardians' Schools. How Blacktips learnt his Lesson ' (Mortimer Batten). Bugle Calls of the British Army (with illustrations), by Lieut. B. Walton O'Donnell, R.M.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Beethoven

: VARIETY

ANGELA BADDELEY (Cockney Humour)
JUST FOUR SAXES in Harmony
Ed. SMALLE and SIDNEY NESBITT
(Syncopated Harmony)
PAYNE and HILLIARD (Entertainers)

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Baddeley
Unknown: Sidney Nesbitt

: A SYMPHONY CONCERT

FLORA WOODMAN (Soprano); JOAQUIN TuriNA. (Pianoforte) ; THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Leader: S. KNEALE KELLEY ), conducted by GODFREY BROWN

Contributors

Soprano: Flora Woodman
Soprano: Joaquin Turina.
Unknown: Kneale Kelley
Conducted By: Godfrey Brown

: 'MORE BRIDGE WITHOUT SIGHS '

THIS is the fourth of the series of broadcasts, initiated by the Daily Express and Evening
Standard, in which listeners have been able to follow a bridge hand played by experts. Those who want to go on improving their bridge will not miss the opportunity of listening tonight.








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