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: THE DAILY SERVICE

From page 15 of ' When Two or Three

: The Cook's Morning

' Summer in the Kitchen'—3
' Salads and Simple Dressings'
MONICA Dixon

: SIDNEY TORCH

at the Organ of the Regal, Edmonton

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Tracing History Backwards
5a—' Liberty '
STEPHEN KING-HALL
In discussing in his talk this morning the question of liberty in the modern world, Commander King-Hall will point out to listeners that they have liberty to write to him and tell him they disagree with everything he says. But as he will have liberty to answer them, they are hardly likely to get the best of it,
He is to discuss what liberty, which we all value so much, exactly is and means-liberty which in this country we take for granted. Is it in danger ot disappearing?.
There is liberty of thought, liberty of speech, liberty of combination. -He will discuss not only the liberty of the individual, but the liberty of the community-a team in which everyone's interests, desires, and liberties must be considered.

: THE BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA

Led by Harold Jones
Conducted by ALFRED BARKER

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Jones
Conducted By: Alfred Barker

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Interlude
2.5 Nature Study
Round the Countryside
7—' The Otter'
C. C. GADDUM
This afternoon Mr. Gaddum is to describe the general characteristics of the otter, and its habits ; he will tell listeners when and how to look for otters, and give a picture of the otter at home, the arrival of the otter cubs, and the wonderful maternal care devoted to them. He will report actual observations of the otter at play, and also of the cubs being educated in the art of swimming and of sensing danger.
Teachers will find it helpful to have either a specimen or an illustration of an otter to show their class.
1
2.23 Interlude ,
2.3) English Literature
Kipling Programme

Contributors

Unknown: C. C. Gaddum

: Roland Powell's Quintet

from the Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, County Down

Contributors

Musicians: Roland Powell's Quintet

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Early Stages in French
Lesson 7
E. M. STÉPHAN assisted by GERMAINE CHAMAYOU

Contributors

Assisted By: Germaine Chamayou

: Off Duty

Talks for Listeners at Leisure in the Afternoon
'This and That'
JOHN HILTON

Contributors

Unknown: John Hilton

: A Light Classical Concert

MARJORIE PARRY (soprano)
The NEW ENGLISH STRING QUARTET :
Winifred Small (violin); Eveline Thompson (violin); Winifred Stiies
(viola); Florence Hooton (violoncello)
' The opening allegro of Cundell's quartet, an interesting work of moderate difficulty, is based on a rhythmic first subject and episodes of a less important character ', writes W. W. Cobbett in his invaluable ' Cyclopedic Survey of Chamber Music '. ' The second movement is a combination of adagio and scherzo..... The finale consists of a theme with variations ; these are free in style and possess much contrast. There is reference in some of them to the earlier movements of the quartet.'

Contributors

Soprano: Marjorie Parry
Violin: Eveline Thompson
Violin: Winifred Stiies
Viola: Florence Hooton
Unknown: W. W. Cobbett

: THE CONTINENTALS

presented by BORIS YVAIN in Songs and Dances with CARMEN DEL Rio

Contributors

Presented By: Boris Yvain
Unknown: Carmen Del Rio

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers

: The Foundations of Music Mass

0 quam suavis
(circa 1500) sung by a section of the Choir of the CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL
SOCIETY
Conductor, CYRIL B. ROOTHAM from the Chapel of St. John's College, Cambridge
Credo in unum Deum

Contributors

Conductor: Cyril B. Rootham

: French Language

E. M. STÉPHAN

: The British Commonwealth of Nations and the Colonial Empire

9- Political Development'
R. COUPLAND (Beit Professor of Colonial
History in the University of Oxford)

Contributors

Unknown: R. Coupland

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

by FRANCIS TOYE

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Toye

: 'I Scream Too Much'

or ' One Week of Love'

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: Down to the Sea in Ships

Sea Communications
The Question at Issue
Sir Alan Anderson , G.B.E.
Last week Sir Alan Anderson summed up the eight talks that have been given in this series, and tonight he is to speak of the future of shipping. He is to deal with the vital question : What can and ought our nation to do to restore the trade by which not only our ships, but all of us live ?

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Alan Anderson
Unknown: Sir Alan Anderson

: Chamber Music THE GRINKE TRIO:

Frederick Grinke (violin)
Florence Hooton (violoncello)
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
Joaquin Turina happens to be known in this country by his less personal works, co!ourful, thoroughly Spanish pieces. Actually, his chief interest is in chamber music, to which he has devoted more attention than any other Spanish composer of note.
This Trio is the sixth of his large-scale chamber works and is an admirable example of his skill in reconciling the Spanish idiom with the Franck-d'Indy point of view. It won a prize in a National Competition in 1926 and was played at the Frankfort International Chamber Music Festival the year after

Contributors

Violin: Frederick Grinke
Violin: Florence Hooton
Pianoforte: Dorothy Manley
Unknown: Joaquin Turina








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