Miss J. J. WILLIAMS:
' Fruit and its Place in Diet'
JOHAN HOCK (Violoncello)
BEATRICE HEWITT (Pianoforte)
Played by LEOX.UtD H. WARNER
ST. BOTOLPH'S, BISHOPSGATE
Miss C. A. SIMPSON: 'Rural Survey — VIII, Traces of Early Inhabitants in England ' .
2.55 ' Interlude
3.0 ' Peoples of the World and their
Homes '—III. Mr. CLIFFORD COL-LINSON : ' Afghanistan '
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games.'
Mr. S. F. GILL : ' School Football '
Under the direction of SIR WALFORD DAVIES
MOSCHETTO and his ORCHESTRA
From The May FAIR HOTEL
Celebrating THE ANNIVERSARY OF
THE BIRTH OF CHARLES DlCKENS
6.0 Miss GLADYS MAXN
'Eat more Fish'
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GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN
DEBUSSY'S PIANOFORTE MUSIC
Played by LAFFITTE
Clair do Luno (Moonlight) (from
La Soiree dans Granado (Evening in Granada)
Jardins sur la pluie (Gardens in tho
Major 0. VILLIERS: . 'Aviation'
' After-War Social Tendencies—III, National Prejudices and International Needs '
The keynote of Dr. Delisle Burns ' talk this evening is. in effect, our increasingly international inter-dependenco, even in the most common things of daily life. Tastes differ in different climates and different races (wheat in England : rice in Japan), but ease of communication has shifted some of those tastes out of their former isolation. Moreover, tastes tend to increase in number and variety : the tendency, therefore, is towards drawing ' foods ' from all parts to each part.
By John Masefield
Adapted for broadcasting by Dulcima Glasby
ARGUMENT: In the years 50 and 48 B.c. Cneius Pompeius Magnus, the head of the senatorial party, contested with Caius Julius Caesar, the popular leader, tor supreme power in the State. Their jealousy led to the troubles of the Civil War, in which, after many battles, Cneius Pompeius Magnus was miserably killed.
ACT I. January, 50 B.C. His determination to fight with his rival, then marching upon Rome.
ACT II. May, 48 B.C. The triumph of his generalship at Dyrrachium. His overthrow by the generals of his staff. His defeat at Pharsalia.
ACT III. August, 48 B.C. His death on the seashore of Pelusium, in Egypt.
PERSONS IN ORDER OF SPEAKING: Antistia Philip Cornelia - wife to Pompey Julia Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio - father of Cornelia Cneius Pompeius Magnus (called Pompey the Great) Cneius Pompeius Theophanes Marcus Porcius Cato A Gaulish Lancer Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus Cotta, a Centurion Marcus Acilius Glabrio Lucius Lucceius Publius Lentulus Spinther Four Centurions An Orderly A Ship-Captain A Ship-Boy A Mate A Boatswain Achillas, Egyptian Lucius Septimius Sentries, Soldiers, Trumpeters, Sailors And all their passionate hearts are dust, And dust the great idea that burned In various flames of love and hist Till the world's brain was turned. The play produced by PETER CRESWELL
(An article on Pompey appears on page 266.)
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GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN ; Local News ; (Daventry only) Shipping Forecast; Stock Exchange Summary and Fat Stock Prices
JACK HARRIS ' GROSVENOR HOUSE
BAND, from GROSVENOR HOUSE