IT is easy to make friends with birds if you go the right way about it, and take a little trouble to conciliate them with food, nesting-places or bird-baths. Any would-be bird-lover whose clumsy and inexpert advances have hitherto been repulsed, may find some good advice in this talk by a writer who is becoming as well known as a naturalist as he has long been as a war-correspondent.
: Part Songs by the Salisbury Singers. The Story of ' Longtooth's Treasure' (John Hunter). Down with the Diver' (G. G. Jackson)—'Ship Trip ' in which Cyril Nash, R. de Rohan and E. S. Russell will take part
THIS second talk by Professor Burt concludes his contribution to the series that began last summer, and the remaining four talks will be given by Dr. Crichton-Miller and Dr. Potts. This evening the subject discussed will be one of great interest to many parents, and-in these days of youthful precocity-to quite a lot of adolescents ; how far it is possible to seek the aid of science as a guide in that ever-recurring difficulty, the choice of a career.
By ROGER CLAYSON (Tenor)
Verschwiegene Liebe (Silent Love) Auf dem grunen Balkon (On the green balcony)
Wenn du zu den Blumen gehst
(When amidst the flowers you walk) Hugo Wolf
Zur Ruh ', zur Ruh' (To rest, Hugo Wolf to rest)
Nun lass uns Frieden schlicssen
(Now let us be friends)
Der Rattenfänger (The Ratcatcher)
Musical Items by Various Composers
Dialogue by L. DU GARDE PEACH
The WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN ANSELL
THE WIRELESS Chorus (Chorus-master, STANFORD ROBINSON )
Artists include :
NANCY ROYLE (Soprano)
MURIEL KOOLHOVEN (Contralto)
BARRINGTON HOOPER (Tenor)
JAMES HOWELL (Baritone)
7.45 9.0 Y GASEG FEDI (GWYL CYNHAEAF)
A WELSH HARVEST PROGRAMME
S.B. from Cardiff
This programme will include items by the following winners at the Holyhead National Eisteddfod:-
MARGARET REES (Soprano) LILLIAN EVANS (Contralto)
BRINLEY LLEWELLYN (Baritone)
ALWYN JONES (Penillion Singing and Harp Solos)
' THE HARVEST MARE '
Written and Produced by MEGFAM
The Hendre Farm is the home of Thomas Williams and his family, and the celebration takes place at the end of the Corn Harvest.
Neighbours, Workmen and their Wives
Songs in the Play: Gwenni aeth i ffair Pwllheli (Folk Songs arranged by Lady Herbert LewisRobin Goch (Folk Songs arranged by Lady Herbert Lewis Titrwm Tatrwm (Folk Songs arranged by G. Gwyneddon Davies) Cob Malltraeth (Folk Songs arranged by G. Gwyneddon Davies) Harp Solos by MYRDDIN DAVIES
GAINSBOROUGH, who was bom in Suffolk, lived in Ipswich from the time of his marriage, in 1746, until his removal, in 1761), to Bath ; and the Suffolk country has left an ineradicable impression on his landscape work. Ipswich is. therefore, celebrating the bi-centenary of his birth with a special exhibition, organized by the Town Council, which will include not only a very fine loan collection of Gainsborough's own work. but examples of the masters whom he influenced and those who influenced him. This exhibition, which will be opened by Prince Henry on Friday of this week, will be tha subject of this talk by Sir Charles Holmes , the Director of the National Gallery, tonight.
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