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: A BALLAD CONCERT

VERA FLORENCE (Soprano) PAUL MORTIMER (Baritone)

: FRASCATI'S ORCHESTRA

Directed by GEORGES HAECK , from the Restaurant Frascati

: A LIGHT CLASSICAL CONCERT

GRACE ANGUS (Soprano); JOSEPH SLATER (Flute) ; MAUDE MELLIAR (Oboe); ERIC CRITTON (Pianoforte)
JOSEPH SLATER , MAUDE MELLIAR and ERIC GRITTON

Sonata for Flute and Oboe, with Pianoforte Accompaniment - Handel
1.15 GRACE ANGUS Cradle Song - Mozart
Unrequited Love - Mozart
Warning - Mozart
4.22 JOSEPH SLATER, MAUD MELLIAR and ERIC GRITTON Suite: (1) Serenade - Mel Bonis
(2) Pastoral. - Mel Bonis
(3) Scherzo - Mel Bonis
4.32 Eric GRITTON Romance in D - Eric Gritton
Rhapsody in G Minor - Brahms
4.42 JOSEPH SLATER, MAUD MELLIAR and ERIC GRITTON Sonata for Flute and Oboe, - with
Pianoforte Accompaniment - Loeillet
4.52 GRACE ANGUS The Adoration - Ireland
The Heart's Desire - Ireland
Rest - Ireland
The Only Child - Ireland
Hope - Ireland
5.0 JOSEPH SLATER, MAUD MELLIAR and Eric GRITTON Poem : ' On Milton Hill ' (first performance) - Alwyn
Water-lily Pool - Spain-Dunk
Suite - Cui

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

BUTTERFLIES:
With certain matter about Flowers and Trees
CECIL Dixon will play ' Papillons ' (which is the same thing, of course)
KENNETH RICHMOND will chat upon the topic of the day-and flutter all around it
PATRICIA HAYES will tell a Butterfly Fairy Story
(of which, details later)

: THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE

: Talk on International Affairs : Sir MALCOLM DELEVINGNE, ' Opium '

SIR MALCOLM DELEVINGNE has had exceptional opportunities of studying world opinion on the opium question, for ho represented Great Britain on the Advisory Committee set up by the League of Nations, and he was a British delegate at the International Opium Conferences held at Geneva in 1924 and 1925.

: OLD BRITISH MUSIC

A Programme arranged and described by E. Sims HILDITCH
KENNETH ELLIS (Baritone) ; ALLEN FORD
(Violoncello)
THE WIRELESS SINGERS

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by EDWARD STEUERMANN

: England's Green and Pleasant Land '—I, Sir HENRY HADOW: ' Tho Problem of the North '

THE disappearance of England's countryside in the face of ever-increasing industrialization is a danger that must bo dealt with quickly and vigorously if wo are to retain the green fields and pleasant woodlands that our forefathers knew. This talk is the first of a series of four arranged in consultation with the Council for the Preservation of Rural England, and it is to bo given by the Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield University, who has for the last nine years lived in the heart of a district where the factories are still encroaching on the moors. Further talks in the series will bo given by Mr. Philip Snowden-who next Wednesday will deal with the Preservation of the South-by Professor G. M. Trevelynn and by Lord Grey of Fallodon.

: ' Our Peg'

A Musical Play in Three Acts by EDWARD KNOBLOCK
Lyrics by HARRY GRAHAM
Music by HAROLD FRASER-SIMSON Composer of ' The Maid of tho Mountains,' ' The Southern Maid,' etc.
Characters, in order of their speaking :
(For story of the Play see page 205.)

: DANCE MUSIC:

JACK HYLTON 'S AMBASSADOR CLUB BAND, under the direction of RAY STARITA, from the Ambassador Club








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