From page 18 of ' When Two or Three '
at the Organ of the Paramount Theatre,
Manchester Tunes from the Films, including : My Heart and I (Anything Goes)
(Hollander) ; Like a Feather in the Breeze (The Charm School) (Revel) ; I lost my Heart (It's a Great Life) (Robin) ; A Melody from the Sky (The Trail of the Lonesome Pine) (Alter)
'The Monsoon Lands '
5—'Mountains and Plateaus of Tong-king and Annam'
ERNEST YOUNG and CHARLES ROBEQUAIN , Professor in the University at Rennes, Faculte des Lettres, assisted by E. M. STEPHAN
Directed by ALFRED VAN DAM from the Troxy Cinema -
2.5 Discovering England
5-' The Pilgrimage of Grace '
Dramatic Interlude by HUGH Ross WILLIAMSON
2.30 World History
5-' East and West Face to Face : the British in India'
EILEEN POWER (Professor of Economic History in the University of London)
from Westminster Abbey
Order of Service
Magnificat (Wood in F) Lesson
Nunc Dimittis (Wood in F)
Anthem, Lift up your heads (Gibbons) Hymn, Praise the Lord! ye heavens adore Him (A. and M. 292)
Talks for Listeners at Leisure in the Afternoon
What do you Think?
Offences to Eye and Ear HENRY G. STRAUSS , M.P.
The Boyd Neel String Orchestra, conducted by Boyd Neel : Fantasia on a Theme by Tallis (Vaughan Williams)
The Paris Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Selmar Meyrowitz : Suite de Ballet, La Rosière republicaine (The Republican Rose Queen) (Grétry, air. Meyrowitz)—1. Danse légère ; 2. Contredanse; 3. Intermezzo ; 4. Rondo; 5. Romance ; 6. Furioso ; 7. Gavotte ; 8. Carmagnole
Tina Bonifacio (harp) ; Harry Dyson (flute) ; Gethyn Wykeham - George
Wykeham - George
*^~ including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Clavierubung played by ALICE EHLERS (harpsichord)
The Goldberg Variations (continued)
Variations: 11. Molto vivace; 12. Moderato; 13. Andante; 14. Allegro ma non troppo; 15. Andante; 16. Ouverture (Grave); 17. Vivace ; 18. Tranquillo; 19. Allegretto; 20. Allegro Aria
' The Nature of Public Opinion '
The Lord ELTON This is the first of six weekly talks by Lord Elton. He will discuss the nature of public opinion by first of all attempting the difficult task of defining it.
Interesting points are involved. Has public opinion, for instance, grown more powerful during the last century ? Or wiser ? And what causes have contributed to its development ? In what way has it been related to the fortunes of parties and statesmen? Part of Lord Elton's talk will be devoted to exposing the old fallacy that public opinion is always divided on a political issue.
Three questions suggest themselves for Discussion Groups : How is public opinion best defined ? Does it necessarily correspond with Party divisions in politics ? And why, during any one period, does public opinion, on politics and other matters, tend to assume one pattern ?
Presented by LESLIE BAILY and CHARLES BREWER with the assistance, either in person or from records, of notabilities of the year
British Empire Exhibition
Sound Pictures of Wembley
The Play of the Year
Dame SYBIL THORNDIKE -' St. Joan'
A Year of Great Adventure
Dr. HOWARD CARTER -
King Tutankhamen's Tomb
Mr. N. E. ODELL -
Mount Everest Expedition
First Flight Round the World
The Army at Cologne
Recollections by a British Soldier and his German Wife
NORAH BLANEY and GWEN FARRAR
THE SAVOY ORPHEAN
AND HAVANA BANDS
Some reminiscences by Captain A. G. D. WEST , A. G. DRYLAND ,
GEORGE LISTER , and RONALD GOURLEY
The cast also includes :
J. B. RowE
J. HUBERT LESLIE
THE BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA and MALE CHORUS
Conducted by MARK H. LUBBOCK
See Leslie Baily 's article on the Scrap-books, which appears on page II
'Scrapbook for 1924' was broadcast last night in the Regional programme
Mr. N. E.
A. G. D.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. ELLIOTT
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Rev. W. H.
THE LYRA QUARTET:
Gordon Walker (flute); David Wise (violin); Anthony Collins (viola):
John Cockerill (harp) QUARTET
GORDON WALKER , DAVID WISE , ANTHONY COLLINS QUARTET
directed by CHARLES KUNZ from Casani's Club