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: A PIANOFORTE QUARTET

PATRICIA GUEST (Soprano) HAROLD CHING (Baritone)

: EVENSONG

Relayed from WESTMINSTER ABBEY

: Travel Talk

Mrs. NATHAN, ' Village Life in China'
THE average newspaper-reader has lately got a confused impression of the Chinese as a nation composed entirely of war-lords, bandits, pirates, and soldiers carrying umbrellas. This afternoon Mrs. Nathan will describe life as it is normally lived in a village in Northern China ; no bandits or war-lords about, but a simple, friendly people, living in low, brown huts with ' Devil-Screens ' before the doors, windows-of tattered paper, and charcoal fires burning under the family beds.

: ORGAN RECITAL

by PATTMAN, from the Astoria
Cinema

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' La Cinquantaine' (Gabriel Marie ) and other violoncello solos by BEATRICE EVELINE
The Story of ' The Man with the Hose' (
H. Mortimer Batten )
' Zoo Music,' with LESLIE G. MAINLAND as ' Chef d'Orchestre '

: THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND,

directed by SIDNEY Firman ,

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

BEETHOVEN VARIATIONS for Pianoforte
Played by JOHN PAUER
Six Variations on an Original Theme in G

: Sir BANISTER FLETCHER: 'How to Appreciate Architecture '

PICTURES, sculpture, and music have been
dealt with in this series, and now Sir Banister Fletcher comes to consider the appreciation of architecture-the art that, more than any other, is truly in the street.' Sir Banister Fletcher is himself both a distinguished architect and an authoritative writer on the subject, his books including ' A History of Architecture on the Comparative Method.' 'Architecture and the Humanities,' and ' The English Home.'

: Madrigals

by The Wireless Singers.

: AN ALEC ROWLEY PROGRAMME

GEORGE PIZZEY (Baritone)
DAVID WISE (Violin)
A SMALL ORCHESTRA and FEMALE CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
THE Composer at the Piano
MR. ROWLEY is a London organist and teacher who was born at Shepherd's Bush some thirty-six years ago. As a composer, younger listeners probably know more about him than most of the older ones, for, in his compositions, he has until' lately given more attention to children than to grown-ups. His music is sung and played in many schools.
He has, however, written much music of more general aim. One of his works, a fanciful Opera, The Princess who Lost a Tune, has received an Award from the Carnegie Music Trust.
ORCHESTRA River Idyll (First performance)
8.4 GEORGE PIZZEY
Song Cyele, ' Pillicock Hill ' (First performance)
If I could go anywhere ; The hairy dog ; Tim Willow ; The hare ; Pigeons at church ; The elephant; Miracles; A ship sails up to Bedford
8.12 DAVID WISE
Romantic Poem Rigadoon Plaint
Rant
8.22 GEORGE PIZZEY
Pretty Betty
The Bonny Sailor
8.27 ORCHESTRA
Suite for Flute and Strings, ' Country Idylls '
The Passing Shepherd at evening The Piper-a fragment; As lovers go-in 'dream; In Springtime-and in May
8.40 Chorus
The Bargee
Love's Farewell
Dreamland calling
Ring out, wild bells
8.52 ORCHESTRA
Nautical Suite for Strings and Piano :
Ashore ; In Harbour; Outward Bound

: 'I REMEMBER'

Mr. P. F. WARNER : Reminiscences of W. G. Grace '
NEW cricket records are made every year; new personalities arise and flourish, but none has ever dominated the game as W. G. Grace did a generation ago. ' The Champion' they called him, and his title was never in dispute. The man who made centuries on every county ground, whose scores reached monstrous figures season after season, whose tally of centuries has only just been equalled even on the billiard-table pitches of today; whose marvellous batting alone prevented his living in cricket history for his captaincy and his bowling-the bearded Colossus was beyond doubt the most remarkable figure the game has ever known. Mr. Warner's star was rising above the horizon when W. G.'s was at its zenith, and lie can tell many stories of the great man at first hand.

: CHARLOT'S HOUR-VI

A LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT
Specially designed and arranged by the well-known theatrical director
ANDRE CHARLOT

: DANCE MUSIC

: THE SAVOY
ORPHEANS, and FRED ELIZALDE and his Music and the SAVOY TANGO BANDS, from the Savoy
Hotel








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