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: 'The Doctor in the Kitchen '—I

Mrs. ARTHUR WEBB : Meat Teas, Broths,
Soups and Drinks'

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Arthur Webb

: SYDNEY GUSTARD

At the Organ of the Gaumont Palace Cinema,
Chester
(From Manchester)

: THE COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA

Directed by Joseph Muscant
From The Commodore Theatre, Hammersmith

Contributors

Directed By: Joseph Muscant

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

'Nature Study'
Mr. ERIC PARKER : 'Round the Countryside-
III, Feeding Birds'

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Eric Parker

: Music

Sir WALFORD DAVIES : 2.30, Introductory Course -III, On reading and writing a phrase on the Stave. 3.0, Advanced Course-III, Design made audible

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walford Davies

: 'Early Stages in French '-III

Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN and Mademoiselle
HÉLÈNECOUSTENOBLE

: ' Current Affairs—What's the News ? '

Mr. GODFREY LIAS and Mr. H. ROSS WILLIAMSON

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Godfrey Lias
Unknown: Mr. H. Ross Williamson

: ' The Children's Hour'

' Pomona and the Gypsies,' A Dialogue Story, by W. M. LETTS , with Incident.al Music played by ERNEST Lush

Contributors

Story By: W. M. Letts
Played By: Ernest Lush

: ' 'The First News'

WEATHER FORECAST, FRIST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN , and Bulletin for Farmers

: The Foundations of Music SPANISH PIANOFORTE MUSIC

Played by STEFAN ASKENASE

Contributors

Played By: Stefan Askenase

: Italian Conversation

Dr. DECIO PETTOELLO and Signorina COSTANZA BAYON
'A Journey Through the North of Italy. Turin from the Mont du Cappuccini '

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Decio Pettoello
Unknown: Signorina Costanza

: The Gershom Parkington Quintet

FREDA TOWNSON (Contralto)

Contributors

Contralto: Freda Townson

: ' How the Mind Works '—III

Social Psychology. Professor CYRIL BURT , D.Sc. (Professor of Psychology in the University of London) : 'The Psychology of the Sexes'

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Cyril Burt

: ' The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
Bulletin

: Chamber Music

SOPHIE WYSS (Soprano)
THE SPENCER DYKE STRING QUARTET :
Spencer Dyke (Violin); Tate Gilder (Violin);
Bernard Shore (Viola); Cedric Sharpe (Violoncello)
As a composer, Fritz Kreisler is known chiefly for his masterly and very popular transcriptions for violin and piano from the works of other composers. All of these he plays himself, and no audience at his recitals would let him go without his treating his hearers to at least a dozen of them. Of original compositions he has not written a great number, and in the larger form, this quartet for example, he has composed only one. The construction of it is by no means conventional, but it is informed with a deep and personal feeling, and the string writing is, naturally, above criticism. It is, by the way, nearly thirty-two years since Kreisler first
- appeared before a London audience. In 1904 he was presented with the gold medal of the Royal Philharmonic Society, and ever since he has held the affection of the British public as has no other violinist of the present century.

Contributors

Violin: Spencer Dyke
Violin: Tate Gilder
Viola: Bernard Shore
Viola: Cedric Sharpe
Unknown: Fritz Kreisler

: DANCE MUSIC

LEW STONE and THE MONSEIGNEUR BAND, from
MONSEIGNEUR
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)








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