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: Parents and Children'—X, Miss E. C. MACLEOD, ' Difficulties of Speech,' II

THIS morning Miss Macleod will deal especially with difficulties in cleft palates, adenoids, breathing, and squeaky voices.

: A Concert

Theodora Wiltshire (Soprano), David Greenbaum (Violoncello), Peggi Johns (Pianoforte)

: ORGAN MUSIC

Played by REGINALD FOORT
Relayed from THE REGENT Cinema,
Bournemouth
S.B. from Bournemouth

: Fishing Bulletin

(Daventry only)

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Mr. A. Lloyd JAMES : ' Speech and Language '
2.50 Interlude

: EVENSONG

From WESTMINSTER ABBEY

: A Concert

HENRY WENDON (Tenor)
THE PARKINGTON QUINTET

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Story of the Princess from under the Lake'
(Owen Butter), told by the author
Selections by The GEORGIAN Trio
' Tho Truth about the Dilemma,' as divulged by DENIS MACKAIL

: 'The First News'

; WEATHER FORECAST,
FIRST GENERAL NEWS Bulletin

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF Music

OLD ENGLISHPIANOFORTE
MUSIC
Played by ADOLPHE HALLIS

: Mr. FRANCIS TOYE

' Music in the Theatre '

: Mr. A. V. JUDGES: ' Life and Labour in England, from Elizabeth to Annc-I, Economic Chango under the Tudors'

FOLLOWING upon Dr. G. G. Coulton 's series on ' England in the Middle Ages,' comes Mr. Judges' weekly series of talks on the England of Elizabeth to Anne. By the time the Tudors came to the throne, the economic structure of the Middle Ages was already undergoing certain modifications : there was a vital opposition apparent between the forces of the very old and those of the quite new. The clever administrators of Tudor Government adjusted certain of the difficulties, but scamped others. These are some of the points that will be discussed by Mr. Judges this evening. Mr. Judges is lecturer in the Department of History at the London School of Economics.

: People's Palace

(The first Concert of the 3rd Season, 1929-30)
FRANK TITTERTON (Tenor)
The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. S. KNEALE KELLEY)
Conducted by Percy Pitt
Relayed from THE PEOPLE'S PALACE, Mile End Road
On Mozart's first visit to Italy, when he was in bis early teens, the Pope received him in private audience and bestowed on him the order of the ' Golden Spur,' in virtue of which he became 'Cavaliere.' His father was prouder of the honour than the boy himself, and insisted on his making use of the distinction. During his second visit to Italy, when he was sixteen, he still signed himself on occasion with the title, although he dropped it soon afterwards. The autograph of this Symphony, which appeared in 1773, soon after his return home, is signed ' Signor Cavaliere Wolfgango Amadeo Mozart '-his good Austrian patronymic was evidently regarded as incapable of translation into Italian form. The Symphony, like three others which appeared at the same time, is thought to bear traces of Italian influence. but it would be easily recognised as genuine Mozart, for all that. Slight in structure, it is throughout melodious and good-humoured, instinct with much of Mozart's delicate grace. There are only three movements, a spirited Allegro, a gracious and very tuneful middle movement in slower measure, and a vigorous Allegro as conclusion.

: ‘The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: A WEMBLEY SPEEDWAY MEETING

A Running Commentary on several handicap races, concluding with the Final of Wembley v. All England, will be given by Mr. J. S. Hoskins. Four riders take part in each race, the winner of each heat going forward to the Final
Belayed from the Empire Stadium, Wembley
THE ' Wembley v. All England ' match tonight has been specially arranged for this commentary. Mr. Hoskins, who describes the race, is an ' old hand ' having been associated with ' dirt track' racing since its inception on Australia. Microphones among the crowd and on the track will convey ' atmosphere.' The home team includes such ' stars' as the Frogleys, Jack Ormiston , Jack Jackson , Harry Whitfield and Charlie Barrett.

: A Russ'an Cabaret

The Kasbek Balalaika Orchestra
Relayed from the Kasbek Restaurant
Two Guitars-ORCHESTRA
Doubinushka (Little Oak Tree)—Solo by IVAN VENETZUI
Veschi Oleg-Solo by ALEXANDER STRELSKY
Monotonously rings the Bell-Solo by Y. YAKOU -SHEFF
Gay Merchant-Solo by ALEXANDER STRELSKY
Volga Boatmen—ORCHESTRAand CHORUS
Green Apple—ORCHESTRAand Chorus
Koudiar (Twelve Robbers)
-Solo by IVAN VENETZUI
Troika (Throe horsed car)
-Solo by ALEXANDER STRELSKY
Red Sarafan—ORCHESTRA
Cossacks—ORCHESTRA and CHORUS

: DANCE MUSIC

JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C.
DANCE ORCHESTRA
QUATUOR VOCAL RUSSE
MOUSSORGSKY
W. WERESTCHAGUINE (1st
Tenor)
A. TROUNENKO (2nd Tenor)
B. ZAKHAROFF (Baritone)
W. SALIVON (Baes)








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