of the day's play in the Third Test Match, relayed from Adelaide.
From The West End Cinema, Birmingham
At The Organ of The Beaufort Cinema,
Washwood Heath , Birmingham
From The Regal, Marble Arch
Professor EILEEN POWER
Story I-' The Two Empires : China and Rome'
Neysa Forshaw (Violin)
William Busch (Pianoforte)
Sonata in D (Op. 12, No. 1) Beethoven
1. Allegro con brio ; 2. Tema con Variazioni: Andante con moto ; 3. Rondo : Allegro
Mademoiselle CAMILLE VIÈRE and Monsieur
E. M. STÉPHAN : 'Au Cirque '
Directed by Guy Daines
At The Organ of The Tower Ballroom, Blackpool
Piano Solos by CECIL DIXON
A new Zoo Talk by HELEN SIDEBOTHAM
Various Songs by FREDERICK GRISEWOOD
' The Brisk and BashyTale of Bonnibonkleigh, by NORMAN HUNTER
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN, and Bulletin for Farmers
PIANOFORTE WORKS OF SCHUMANN
Played by ADELINA DE LARA
Davidsbündler, Op. 6
Professor JOHN MACMURRAY , M.C. (Grote Professor of the Philosophy of Mind and Logic,
University of London): Introductory
Tonight Professor Maemurray introduces a series of twelve talks that seek to analyse the modern spirit by an examination of the lives and personalities of nine leaders of thought of the past, whose influence represents important forces in the life of the present. The men chosen arn St. Thomas Aquinas , Luther. Newton, Rousseau, Goethe, Bentham, Darwin, Nietzsche, and Karl Marx. Professor Macmurrav has written a pamphlet to introduce the series which contains a full bibliography and is entitled, 'The Modern Spirit.' It may be obtained from the Publications Department, Broadcasting House, London, W.I, or from any local B.B.C. Office, price 4d., or 5d. post free.
A Radio Revue
Written and produced by ARCHIBALD DE BEAR
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
' Housing-The Last Decade and the Next.
An Explanation of the Present Position
By Captain R. L. REISS
Broadcasting tackles a fundamental social problem in this series of particularised reports on housing conditions in different parts of the country. In spite of enormous building activity tince the war, slums and overcrowding are rife. Mr. Howard Marshall , who opened the series with his talk last week, is to travel about the country investigating housing conditions, and he will report once a fortnight; and in the intervening weeks there will be discussions of various aspects of the problem. Captain Reiss, who reviews the position in tonight's talk, is a well known authority on housing, and a member of the Housing Committee of the L.C.C.
Captain R. L.
SAMUEL KUTCHER (Violin) RAYMOND JEREMY (Viola)
DOUGLAS CAMERON (Violoncello)
ERNST TOCH (Pianoforte)
SAMUEL KUTCHER , RAYMOND JEREMY and DOUGLAS CAMERON
A census of composers would reveal a considerable number who claim, or of whom it is claimed, that they are self-taught-a curious phrase which cannot, of course, mean exactly what it says. However, Ernst Toch is described as a self-taught musician who profited so by this instruction that, in his twenties, he carried off not only the famous Mozart and Mendelssohn Exhibitions, but won the annual Austrian State
Prize for Composition on four separate occasions. Toch was born in Vienna in 1887. Today he is known as a distinguished teacher and a composer of some highly individual chamber music. Ha has written also for the orchestra and the stage.
AMBROSE'S BLUE LYRES, from THE DORCHESTER
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)