From page 96 of ' When Two or Three
THE MARCHIONESS OF READING
Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN : 'La Radiotelephonie '
Monsieur E. M.
At The Organ of The Trocadero
Cinema, Elephant and Castle
Leader, Frank Thomas
Marguerita Hughes (soprano)
2.5 (-2.25) British History-7
Miss RHODA POWER: At a Manorial
2.30 (-2.55) Biology : How Life is
Professor DORIS L. MACKINNON : ' How Animals keep their Bodies Warm'
Professor Doris L.
By CECIL DixoN
Sir DAN GODFREY
The Pavilion, Bournemouth
Symphony Concert No. 22 of the 39th
THE VERY NATURE of Liszt's Symphonic Poems implies a programme. He applied the music of this particular one in a manner somewhat autobiographical. He was about to marry, as he thought, the Princess Caro!yne Sayne-Wittgenstein, a lady to whom he had been devoted for some six years, and he set about expressing the happy occasion in terms of music. Actually, the marriage never came off, but that does not affect the plan of the poem. The music contains idealised portraits both of himself and of his Polish Princess, but otherwise, the whole design is very simple, and is concerned with the feelings of the happy pair and joy in anticipation. As a matter of fact, it might well be the first movement of a symphony, so little is the design of the music affected by its programme.
Directed by HENRY HALL
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Programmes arranged by Dr. ERNST HERMANN MEYER
MONTAGUE BREARLEY (violin)
JOSEPH SHADWICK (violin)
LOUIS D'OLIVIERA (viola)
ANNE WOLFE (viola)
MICHAEL COLLINS (violoncello)
ERNEST LUSH (harpsichord)
Middle Germany ; Netherlands
Sonata a 5 (two violins, two violas, violoncello, harpsichord)
Gerhard Diessner (Middle Germany)
Sonata a 4 (two violins, viola, violoncello)
Carolus Hacquart (Netherlands, 1649-
Dr. Ernst Hermann
Mr. OLIVER BALDWIN
' At the Village Blacksmith': A discussion on Farm Horses
Church and State-Establishment or Disestablishment
A Discussion between the Rev. Professor JOHN MARTIN CREED, D.D. and the Rev. Professor NATHANIEL MICKLEM , D.D.
THE PROTAGONIST of Establishment is the Rev. Professor John Martin Creed , D.D., who is Ely Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich, 1923, he was Fellow, Dean, and Lecturer in Theology, St. John's College, Cambridge, from 1919 to 1926.
The protagonist of Disestablishment is the Rev. Professor Nathaniel Micklern , D.D., who has been Principal and Professor of Dogmatic Theology at Mansfield College, Oxford, since 1932. He was Vice-Principal and Yates Professor of New Testament Literature and Exegesis at this college from 1931 to 1932, after holding the Professorship of New Testament Literature and Criticism at the Queen's Theological College, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, from 1927 to 1931.
All the learning of Cambridge is pitted against all the learning of Oxford in this highly controversial discussion.
Professor John Martin
Relayed from The Queen's Hall,
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Sir WILLIAM BRAGG , O.M., K.B.E.,
F.R.S. in ins opening talk last Wednesday, Sir William Bragg pointed out how Light is of such tremendous importance to us human beings and to al! living things, that men have pondered for ages on the two great questions : the nature of Light, and the manner in which Light enables us to sec. He showed how most, but not all, of the facts which we observe, can be explained if we consider that Light consists of waves travelling in some medium that fills all space. And tonight he will show how the eye gathers in the light that falls upon it, and brings it to a focus on the ' retina ', where the picture is, so to speak, examined and described to the brain; and how the brain then interprets the message.
Roy Fox and his BAND
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