CONTINUING the scries of fortnightly broadcast recipes (which are being reproduced in pamphlet form by the Empire Marketing Board and for which many thousands of applications have been received from listeners), this morning some recipes for biscuits will be detailed. The series, which was originally undertaken as an experiment, will be continued during May, June, and July.
SONGS OF SCHUMANN
Sung by JOHN THORNE (Baritone)
Op. 51, No. 4. Auf dem Rhein (On the Rhine)
Op. 49, No. 3. Die Nonne (The Nun)
Op. 77, No. 2. Mein Garten (My Garden)
Op. 27, No. 8. Was soil ich sagen ? (What shall I say?)
Op. 77, No. 6. Sonntag (Sunday)
Op. 24, No. 2. Es treibt mich hin ? (I am driven thither)
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