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: (Daventry only) ' Menus and Recipes-Different kinds of Bread '

INCLUDED among the ' Different Kinds of Bread' for which recipes will be given, are Nut Bread, Milk Bread, Spoon Bread, and Walnut Bread. These recipes aro iu the series which is being reprinted by the Empire Marketing Board.

: A CONCERT

Nancy Hepton (Soprano)
CLAY Thomas (Baritone)
Evelyn Barrow (Pianoforte)

: Alphonse DU CLOS and his ORCHESTRA

From the Hotel Cecil
2.0 2.25 (Daventry only) Experimental Transmission of Still Pictures by the Fultograph Process

: JACK Payne and the B.B.C. Dance ORCHESTRA

GRACE IVELL and Vivian Worth
(Light Ballads and Light Comedy Duets)

: LOUIS Levy's ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Arnold EAGLE
From tho Shepherd's Bush Pavilion

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

'The Tindor Box,' by Hans Andersen , arranged as a dialogue. Music, with songs to suit tho occasion, by HELEN ALSTON

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

SCHUMANN
WALDSZENEN (FOREST SCENES), Papillons
(BUTTERFLIES), AND INTERMEZZI
Played by Willibald Richter (Pianoforte)
Hunting Song
Farewell
Davidsbundler, Op. 6, Nos. 1-5

: Mr. STANLEY CASSON: New Light on Ancient Greece— V, Corinth '

CORINTH, at the head of the famous gulf, was the great commercial city of Hellas, comparable perhaps to the Dutch republic in the ieventeenth century. Corinthians were famous for their special architecture, their colonizing, and their trade, and their city. only sank to obscurity after the Roman siege in 146 B.C.

: A Concert

This evening Mrs. Woatton proceeds to the discussion of a machine-made Utopia which its author believed could be established straight away in Africa, and run on strictly business principles, of which the first is that everyone's business is to take care of himself. Of Hertzka's Utopia it is perhaps not unfair to say that it is too ' slick' to be true. (Daventry only)

Valse - German
Allegro - German
Minuet - German
7.55 Nellie Palliser Them's a Bower of Roses - Stanford
The Early Morning - Graham Peel
8.3 QUINTET Selection of Brahms' Songs - . an'. Parkington
8.12 LEONARD Salisbury Gipsy John - Frederick Clay
Clorinda - R. Orlando Morgan
Thoughts - Leopard Salisbury
8.20 Quintet Pavane pour une Infante defunto - Ravel
8.28 Nellie PALLISER A Blackbird Singing - MichaelHead
Nocturne - MichaelHead
8.35 Quintet Romance and Two Dances (' The Conqueror ') - German
8.44 LEONARD SALISBURY The Song of Hybrias the Cretan - J. W. Elliott
The Ould Plaid Shawl - Battison Hayncs
852 QUINTET J'ai p!eure en rêve (In a dream I have wept) - Hue
Chant Hindou (Hindoo Song) - Bemberg

: 'De Courville's Hours'

'Gay Sparks'
This is the first of a now series of broadcasts
' arranged by ALBERT DE Courville , the well-known revue, producer








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