CONSTANCE IZARD (Violin)
MARGARET IZARD (Violoncello)
Played by MARJORIE RENTON
Organist and Director of the Choir
Markham Square Church, Chelsea Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow
Allegro in G (Symphony No. 6) - Widor
Elegie - Thalben-Ball
Allegro Marziale - Harold Greenhill
Bourree - Hollins
Idylls of lona (a) At the Ferry ; (b) The Stairway of the Kings - Julian Nesbitt
Scherzo in C Minor (Sonata No. 5) - Guilmant
Miss C. A. SIMPSON : ' Rural Survey
-II, The Uses of Local Maps '
- III, Mr. ERNEST B.
HADDON: The Pigmies of the Equator'
. Athletics- ' Longer Distances'
tThe Merchant of Venice'
Performed by THE OLD Vic SHAKESPEAREAN COMPANY
Produced by HARCOURT WILLIAMS
MOSCHETTO and his ORCHESTRA
From the May Fair Hotel
' We'll leave it to Wuncle '
: ' Housekeeping for Business People'
; WEATHER FORECAST,
FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN
: International Boy Scout
Commissioner: After the World Jamboree '
This is the first of a new series of talks on the problem of the growing boy and girl. During the spring a similar series dealt with the difficulties met by the Young People's Organizations, first from the point of view of the boys and girls themselves and second by the general problems of adolescence which are met with by all such organizations. The present series is of a rather different character, as fortnightly periods of a quarter of an hour will be allotted to some of the leading organizations dealing with boys and girls. In these talks each organization will outline the problems from its own angle and show how they are being dealt with.
Played by MARJORIE HAYWARD (Violin)
MAY MUKLE (Violoncello)
KATHLEEN LONG (Pianoforte)
: The B.B.C. Music Critic
: ' The Village and the Village Craftsman-III, Women's Crafts'
DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano)
JOSEPHINE BROWN (Pianoforte) THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND
Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL MAKING his name first as a brilliant concert pianist, Grovlez has devoted many years of hard work to teaching and conducting. For a time chorus master and conductor at the Opera-Comique, he was transferred to the more important Opera itself in 1914; he has conducted Opera in the United States, too. The stage has naturally claimed a share of his own composition, but he has given us purely orchestral and chamber music as well, and his pieces for pianoforte-his own original instrument-are naturally admirably laid out to display its best qualities.
Academic Festival Overture - Brahms
DOROTHY BENNETT Ah! che assorta - Venzano
La Girometta - Sibella
BAND Three Pieces from ' L'AImanach aux Images ' (Illustrated Calendar) Les Anes ; (The Donkeys) Petites Litanies de Jesus; Chanson du Chassour (The Huntsman's Song) - Grovlez
Scherzo, Op. 45 - Goldmark, arr. Guirne Creith
JOSEPHINE BROWN Goyosca No. IV, ' La maja et la Rossignol' (Tho Maiden and the Nightingale) - Granados
Andaluza - De Falla
Danse du Meunier (The Miller's Dance) - De Falla
Dance de la Frayeur (Dance of Terror) - De Falla
BAND Old Dutch Dances, Op. 46 Saltarelle; Branle de Bourgogne; Galliard la Brune; Bergerette-Les Grands Douleurs; Pavane-Lesquereade - Rbntgen, arr. Gerrard Williams
DOROTHY BENNETT The Nightingale near the house - Bainton
The New Umbrella - Besly
Cherry Ripe - Liza Lehmann
BAND Symphonic Poem, ' Le Rouet d'Omphale ' (' Omphale's Spinning-wheel ') - Saint-Saens
WEATHER F O R E C A S T, SECOND
GENERAL News BULLETIN ; Local News (Daventry only) Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices
'THE ENGLISH CHARACTER '
A Discussion between M. ANDRÉ MAUROIS and Prof. SALVADOR DE MADARIAGA, with Mr. DESMOND MACCARTHY in the Chair
by The WIRELESS Singers
(Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON )
JACK HYLTON 'S AMBASSADOR CLUB BAND
Directed by RAY STARITA
From THE AMBASSADOR CLUB