' Meat from Stove to Table
Mrs. ARTHUR WEBB : ' Bones '
The autumn series of cooking talks by Miss Helen Simpson proved almost embarrassingly popular and resulted in nearly 16,000 requests for recipes. In the new series recipes will not be broadcast in the course of the talks, but printed in a supplementary pamphlet, available from [address removed](price Id., 2d. post free). It is essential for all listeners who intend to follow the series to obtain this pamphlet. In the first four talks
Mrs. Arthur Webb will suggest how to prepare good varied, appetising and cheap meat dishes that will result in meals rightly balanced in food values. Later talks will cover cooking for invalids, how to prepare a dinner for four for one shilling, and the cheap preparation of sweets and extras.
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Led by Laurance Turner )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
March, The Spirit of Pageantry Overture. Vanity Fair Three Frivolities
1. Mam'selle Mannequin ; 2. The Dansant; 3. Cafe Chantant
Romance. An Old World Garden (Woodland Pictures)
Suite, Famous Beauties
1. A Vision of Aphrodite; 2. In the Palace of Old Versailles; 3. At the Court of Cleopatra
Percy Fletcher , whose death at the age of little more than fifty accurred only this year, was one of those active musicians who. in the manner of permanent Government officials, do the real work that noisier people shout about and get the credit for. Fletcher was a clever composer of the best type of popular music, a man of experience in every department of the profession, and one who knew every inch of the theatre from the box office to the stage-door-for years he was musical director at His Majesty's Theatre. He was one of the few who, on opening The Radio Times of almost any date at the programme pages could have been certain to find his name there.
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