by Esme Haynes
Directed by John Bridge
John Annitage (Baritone)
Contemporary British Composers
The Now Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent: Suite, Othello (Coleridge-Taylor)—1.Dance from Othello ; 2. Children's Intermezzo; 3. Funeral March ; 4. Willow Song ; 5. Military March. John McCormack (Tenor) : Move's Secret (Bantock). Marjorie Hayward (Violin), with pianoforte accompaniment: Valse Triste (Cyril Scott ); Cc.lric Sharpe (Violoncello) : Lullaby (Cyril Scott ). The New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens : Mediterranean (Bax). Peter Dawson (Bass-Baritone) : The Vagabond (Vaughan Williams). Stuart Robertson (Baritone) : The Roadside Fire (Vaughan Williams). The New English Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard : Portsmouth Point (William Walton ).
Dr. THOMAS ARMSTRONG : ' Song '
by ETIENNE AMYOT
'The Springs of Life,' by the Reverend A. BROWN
By 0. H. PEASGOOD
From The Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
English Organ Music
' Joshua—II, The Fall of Jericho ',
Joshua iv, 1-18 ; v. 10-end ; vi
PARRY Jones (Tenor) THE CANADIAN TRIO:
Ida Nelson (Violin) ; Sara Nelson (Violoncello) ;
Anna Nelson (Pianoforte)
Plato's Ideal State
The Republic-III (Jowett's Translation)
Read by ROBERT FARQUHARSON
' The Republic' is the longest and most famous of Plato's Dialogues. It is couched in the form of a conversation-a leisure hour discussion-between Socrates and his pupils, but it represents the pick of Plato's mature thought of several years. This evening's reading is to be taken from the passage in which, the argument already far advanced, Socrates discusses the various forms of government known in his time, including democracy and tyranny, and describes the type of men whom he supposes to correspond with each form. Both democracy and tyranny are condemned, the one in a half comic spirit of satire, the other with the full torrent of Plato's disapproval.
By ADELHEID ARMHOLD (Soprano)
From The Studio
Conducted' by The Reverend
Professor C. E. RAVEN , D.D.
Professor C. E.
A Religious Lecture from the Studio
Course IV, 2. ' The Christian and his Neighbour ' By the Reverend Professor C. E. RAVEN , D.D.
Professor C. E.
Appeal on behalf of SERVICES House, SOUTHSEA, by Admiral Sir WILLIAM GOODENOUGH , G.C.B.
The Services House, Southsea, exists to provide a family home for orphans or motherless children of soldiers or sailors serving overseas. The House was started just before the' Armistice. It has hitherto been supported by contributions from men in the Services. This is the first public appeal for assistance, rendered, necessary by a fall in revenue due to reductions in pay and allowances. £600 is urgently needed.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN;
THE ROBERT BURNETT CHOIR
Conducted by ROBERT BURNETT
Conductor, JULIUS HARRISON
ELENA DANIELI (Soprano)
Relayed from The White Rock Pavilion,
(For National Programme, London Region, nee page 257)