-From page 69 of 'When Two or Three'
At the Organ of The Regal,
' Peoples of the World '—7
'Monks and Herdsmen of the Tibetan
KENNETH MASON , M.C.
(Professor of Geography in the University of Oxford)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Symphony No. 2, in B minor (Borodin) — i. Allegro; 2. Scherzo: Prestissimo, Allegretto ; 3. Andante ; 4. Finale : Allegro
Relayed from The Troxy Cinema
' Round the Countryside '—7
' Knowing Birds by their Flight'
Although most birds are able to fly, they do not all fly in the same way. Some move their wings so quickly that you can actually hear them whirring as the birds fly near to you, whereas the wing-beats of others are so slow that it is easy to count how many there are to the minute.
Then, too, there are noisy fliers and silent fliers, straight fliers and zigzag fliers, rapid fliers and lazy fliers, quivering, hovering and wheeling fliers, and many more that are equally interesting.
By learning to distinguish some of the different kinds of flight it is often possible to identify a bird that is a long way off, or one that is seen only in the dusk or twilight, and in this way we can make our country walks much more enjoyable.
Junior Course I, Lesson 4 ' Material for Melody-Building '
ERNEST READ, F.R.A.M.
3.5 Early Stages in French
E. M. STÉPHAN
Assisted by E. R. MONTEIL
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
Recent Scientific Research-2
' Heredity '
MARY Adams , M.Sc.
'This and That'
THE BRONKHURST TRIO:
John Fry (violin) ; Edward Robinson
(violoncello ) ; Henry Bronkhurst
FEDORA BERNARD (soprano)
Directed by HENRY HALL
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Under the direction of EDWARD J. DENT
' Rodelinda '
An Opera in Three Acts
' Freedom, Authority and the Expert'
Sir HENRY BUNBURY , K.C.B.
This burlesque will be repeated in the Regional programme on Thursday night
The talk that listeners are to hear tonight is remarkable for several reasons. It has simple sincerity. It was sent unsolicited to the B.B.C. out of the blue. The young man who wrote it and who is to speak it is on the dole.
William Kenworthy started his education at an elementary school in Manchester in 1914, and finished it at an elementary school in the Midlands in 1922. For twelve years-from 1922 until the summer of last year-he had jobs in offices and factories.
Six months ago he would have staked his life on getting work inside a month. All the sharp enduring of a man who would work if he could is his. Rebuffs; long waits with hundreds of others, no replies to letters. Idleness-in the way at home-everlasting failure. The spectre of tomorrow-next year.
He looks at his world, and that of the millions like him, in which no light, no hope gives any promise for tomorrow. What is to become of him and of them ? In what lies their salvation ? Youth looks ahead-and tries to find it.
by CECIL Dixon
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Sir WILLIAM BEVERIDGE , K.B.E.
A Commentary on American Affairs by RAYMOND SWING
(Arranged in co-operation with the Columbia Broadcasting System of America)
LINDA SEYMOUR (contralto)
LEW STONE AND HIS BAND
Relayed from The Hollywood