From page 8i of ' When Two or Three'
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'Camping along the Congo Border'
Mrs. A. L. PEARCE
In a dozen years of married life Mrs...
Pearce has had about thirty homes in India, England, and Africa. Her daughter was born in an Indian Military Hospital and began her travels before she was three weeks old Ten years ago, after a short stay in England, the family set sail for Rhodesia, via the Cape, travelling steerage, and sought their fortunes on a tobacco farm—an adventure Mrs. Pcarce related in a btoadcast talk a year ago. This morning she is to relate her experiences along the Congo Border. Listeners will tune in with the knowledge that they arc to hear a talk by a woman to whom housekeeping has been an adventure for most of her life.
Mrs. A. L.
The Virtuoso String Quartet : Novelette, No. 3 (Bridge) ; Orientate (Glasutiov)
Georges Thill (tenor), with Instrumental Accompaniment: Arabian Song,
Medje (Gounod); Liebestraum (Dream of Love) (Liszt) ,
The Uner String Quartet : Andante cantabile (Quartet No. i in D, Op. II)
(Tchaikovsky) ; Moment musical. No.
2. Op. 94 (Transcription) (Schubert)
' C'est jour de marche '
E. M. STÉPHAN
at the Organ of the Trocadero Cinema,
Elephant and Castle
Leader, Daniel Melsa Conductor, ERIC FOGG
JOSEPH SLATER (flute)
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie Conductor, GUY WARRACK
, at 2.0
'Evening in the Castle'
Living Things: Their Forms and Parts
2—' What we Eat'
R. C. GARRY , M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc., Professor of Physiology, University College, Dundee, the University of St.
This lesson first explains why we eat-to obtain energy, and to obtain material for growth and for repair. The six main foodstuffs-protein, carbohydrate, fat, water, salts, and vitamins-are briefly described. The composition of several common foods is shown by means of diagrams in the pamphlet. Thereafter, the estimation of food value in terms of calories is explained in elementary fashion, and the application illustrated by an example.
by MAUD RANDLE
Leader, BERTRAM Lewis
Conductor, RICHARD AUSTIN
Solo pianoforte, SOLOMON Relayed from
The Pavilion, Bournemouth
Directed by JOHN MACARTHUR
Directed by HENRY HALL
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
LISZT (1811-1886) COMMEMORATION
Under the direction of Bernard van Dieren Pianoforte Music played by FRANZ OSBORN
Schlaflos, Frage und Antwort Unstern. Sinistre.
Disastro Heroischer Marsch im ungarischen Styl
Mrs. Christine Wood as a child was brought up in the country and had pets of her own-the wildest of all tame rabbits, a hen that flew up to her shoulder whenever she approached. The mere fact of keeping pets taught her many things ; accuracy and observation, kindness, a sense of duty, a realisation that animals and birds have personalities as much as human beings.
In her talk this evening she will stress the value of keeping pets to those children who are likely to like them, and she will suggest some kinds that it is possible to keep in suburban homes ; dogs and cats, birds, iizards and goldfish, mice ; rabbits and bantams when there is a garden ; goats and even ponies where the grounds are big enough.
J. A. SCOTT WATSON (Professor of Rural
Economy, University of Oxford)
J. A. Scott
in an Interlude of Juvenile Humour
Accompanied on the Piano by JEAN MELVILLE
the Eminent Viennese pianists in selections from their own arrangements for two pianos
Leader, ARTHUR CATTERALL
Conducted by DARIUS MILHAUD and ADRIAN BOULT
Darius Milhaud can still be included amongst young French composers ; he is in his earlier forties. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire, but the War interrupted his studies, and therefore his reputation is entirely post-War He was a member of ' The Six ' and consequently a colleague of Poulenc, Auric, and Honegger, who constituted a band pronounced rebel. ' The Six ', as a group, however, has served its time, and the former members now go their way independently of one another. Milhaud has had his fun with music-his ballet The Nothing-doing Bar, and his musical comedy, The Blue Train, were amusing-but actually Milhaud is a serious musician and satire is not the whole of his equipment, as may well be seen in the ' Melodies populaires hebraiques ' which Endreze is singing and Milhaud is conducting tonight.
In an article in The RADIO Times on Schonberg's ' Pelleas and Melisande ', which was to have been performed on January 22, Edwin Evans said that this work ' may be post-Wagnerian in its idiom, and it may give allegiance to the post-Wagnerian cult of Brobdingnagian dimensions, but there is no lack of originality on the inventive side, and on the constructive there is already that passion for logical combination that was to dominate the composer's later works. Not only is the ' metamorphosis of themes ' carried a stage farther than ever before, but they arc piled up in a manner which, if the writing were fugal, would make one regard every third page as a strelto. The permutations pass too rapidly for the ear to take them all in, but one is conscious of a feeling of sanity which pervades the entire work.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Presented by ROBIN HUMPHREYS
Time, Greenwich, at 11.30