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: ' Tho Growth of the Child '—II, Dr. GEORGE F. BUCHAN : ' The Health of the Child'

IX this, the second talk of his series, Dr. Buchan deals with common colds and various childish ailments.

: A Concert

DOROTHY HAIGH (Contralto)
THE GLADYS NOON Trio

: A RECITAL OF GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

By CHRISTOPHER STONE
2.0 2.25 (Daventry only) Experimental Transmission of Still Pictures by the Fultograph Process

: Broadcast to Schools:

Mr. A.LLOYD JAMES : ' Speech and Language'

: Evensong

From Westminster Abbey

: A Concert

Violet JACKSON (Contralto)
HOWARD FRY (Baritone)
MAURICE Blondel (Violin)
IVAN ENGEL (Pianoforte)

: VIOLET JACKSON

My heart is like a singing bird - Parry.
Listening - Besly
When daisies pied - Arne
MAURICE BLONDEL Valse du pas des fleurs - Delibes, arr. Monge
HOWARD FRY And yet I love her 'til I die - Parry
Why so pale and wan ? - Parry
A Lover's garland - Parry

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

' Snowdrop and the Seven Dwarfs,' adapted for broadcasting from ' Grimms' Fairy Tales,' by M. H. Allen
With Incidental Music by THE GEORGIAN Trio

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

EARLY ITALIAN VIOLONCELLO MUSIC
Played by JULIETTE Alvin
THE name of this composer which is merely a form of St. Martin, is very common in Italy, and no one can say how many Sammartinis there have been in the world of music throughout the ages. But there were two who established a real contact with this country, and one of them, Giuseppe, lived here for many years, playing and composing. For a time he held the post of Director of Chamber Music in the household of the Prince of Wales, and was evidently a welcome figure alike in Society and in musical circles. We call him Sammartini of London to distinguish him from his brother.
Giovanni, some seven years younger than the London one, is called Sammartini of Milan. Although he himself, so far as we know, was never in London, many of his Sonatas were published here by the old London firm of Simpson. Our Dr. Burney speaks of Sammartini's producing an ' incredible number of spirited and agreeable compositions,' adding that in 1770 he was master of the music ' of more than half the churches in the city, for which he furnished Masses upon all the great Festivals.'

Sonata - Sammartini

: Commander STEPHEN KINO-HALL : ' China -II, The Place of China in the Post-War World '

CHINA and the East are not the same subject for marvel, here in the West, that they were even a couple of decades ago ; increased and speedier means of communication have made us all but neighbours. One of the results of this new contact has inevitably been the partial industrialization of China, and it is this industrialization that has started so many of the new problems China has now to face.

: A CONCERT

WINIFRED Davis (Mezzo-Soprano)
OWEN BRYNGWYN (Baritone)
THE GERSHOM PARKINGTON QUINTET

: Winifred Davis

Familiar Things - Wright The Tea Caddy; The Tall Clock; The Old Chair
Falling Blossoms - Sawyer
The Dandelion - Dunhill
QUINTET Selection, ' Manon Lescaut' - Puccini
OWEN BRYNGWYN The Jolly Miller - Quiller
Drink to me only - arr. Quiller
Over the Mountains - arr. Quiller
QUINTET Suite, 'Rustic Revels' - Fletcher

: Mr. VERNON BARTLETT:

'The Way of the World'

: Vaudeville

HARRY HEMSLEY (Child Impersonator)
THE TROY SISTERS and HELEN (Songs in Harmony)
HAYMAN and FRANKLIN (in ' Cohen,'
Commercial Traveller)
MARIO DE PIETRO (Mandoline and Banjo
Solos)
JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C. DANCE
ORCHESTRA and A Variety Item from the ALHAMBRA








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