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: Lunch-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.
(to 13.30)

: Broadcast to Schools: Life on the Seashore - Starfishes and Sea-Urchins

Prof. W. M. Tattersall

Which of us cannot remember the thrill with which we first found a starfish on the seashore, and wondered what it was? In many ways, the starfish is as wonderful to the zoologist as it is to the child.

This is the common starfish, one of the strange forms of life of the seashore about which Professor Tattersall will talk to Cardiff school children today.

Contributors

Speaker: Prof. W. M. Tattersall

: An Afternoon Concert

The Station Orchestra
conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

The young Charpentier, having won at the Paris Conservatoire the premier prize in composition (the 'Prix de Rome') went, under the terms of the award, to study in Italy, and it was there that he thought out the five pieces comprising an Italian Suite. The printed score contains descriptions of each of the pieces.

I. Serenade. Young men coming from the inns are ardently singing beneath the windows of their sweethearts songs that have a trace of sadness. They are answered by mandolines and guitars.

II. At the Fountain. Grave, graceful girls move towards the ravine where the cascades flow, bearing pitchers on their heads. From the hill-sides come the gay songs of the shepherds.

III. On Mule-back. Toward evening, on the road that winds round the Sabine hills, the mules trot along to the music of their jingling bells. We hear the muleteer's song ('Cello) and the tender songs of girls.

IV. On the Heights. Noon in the Desert of Sorrento, the height that overlooks the town. We see the sun-scorched country through a haze of heat, and hear the joyous bird-songs and the distant monastery bell.

V. Naples-its population, its outdoor life and joyousness.

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Warwick Braithwaite

: The Welsh Solar Eclipse Expedition

Mr. A. Taylor

Contributors

Speaker: A. Taylor

: Spanish Talk - S.B. from Manchester

Mr. W.F. Bletcher

Contributors

Speaker: W.F. Bletcher

: The Velvet Glove

The Station Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite.

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: The School for Scandal

Scenes from "The School for Scandal" by Sheridan
Played by the Station Radio Players

Act II, Scene 1
Sir Peter and Lady Teazle quarrel
Act II, Scene 2
Scandal and Gossip at Lady Sneerwell's
(to 23.00)

Contributors

Writer: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Sir Peter Teazle: Richard Barron
Lady Teazle: Mary Wyndham
Lady Sneerwell: Margaret Diamond
Mrs. Candour: Nan Porter
Sir Benjamin Backbite: Donald Davies
Mr. Crabtree: Sydney Evans








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