From page 85 of ' New Every Morning'
(g) for Farmers and Shipping
at the Organ of the Plaza Cinema,
Moiseiwitsch (pianoforte) : Pastorate e Capriccioso (Scarlatti). Scherzo, Op. 31 (Chopin)
German for Older Pupils
'Paula und Peter stobern auf dem
ELSE JOHANNSEN and A. M. WAGNER , Dr. Phil
Niedzielski (pianoforte) : Waltz, A
Thousand and One Nights (Johann Strauss )
Wilhelm Backhaus (pianoforte) :
Tango (Albeniz) ; Aufschwung (Soaring) (Schumann)
Niedzielski (pianoforte): Legend
The Life and Teaching of Christ
21—' The Resurrection and Pentecost' by the Very Rev. C. A. ALINGTON , D.D.
Dean of Durham
Very Rev. C. A.
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
Hugo THOMPSON (baritone)
by BERKELEY MASON from the Concert Hall,
' The Practice and Science of Gardening'
' Soil Cultivation and its Uses'
C. H. MIDDLETON , N.D.H., F.R.H.S.
2.30 Music, Course i
'Pentatonic, or Five-note Scale'
' Note Values'
THOMAS ARMSTRONG , D.Mus.
Music by Debussy
Walter Gieseking (pianoforte): Reflets dans l'eau (Reflections in the Water)
Alfred Cortot (pianoforte) :
Jacques Thibaud (violin) : Fantasque et leger (Sonata for Violin and Pianoforte)
The Pro Arte Quartet: Assez vif et bien rythmé (Quartet in G minor, Op. 10)
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : Prelude, La Cour des Lys (Le Martyre de Saint Sebastian)
Yvonne Brothier (soprano) :
Charles Panzera (baritone) with Orchestra, conducted by Piero Coppola : Fountain Duet (Act 2. Scene i. Pelleas et Meiisande)
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : Dialogue of the Wind and the Sea (La Mer)
Early Stages in German
A. H. WINTER assisted by MARGOT BERGER
CYRIL PERFECT (violin)
ELSA JORDON (pianoforte)
Sonata No. 2, in D minor, Op. 121
1. Lento con energia-Vivace. 2. Allegro di molto. 3. Semplice. 4. Con moto
Schumann's Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 121, is the second of two sonatas composed at Dusseldorf in 1851. The public performance took place at Leipzig in 1854. In a letter to a friend Joachim wrote :
' To me it is one of the finest creations of modern times, in the wonderful unity of its feeling, and the significance of its themes. It is full of a noble passion-almost harsh and bitter in its expression-and the last movement might almost remind one of a seascape, with its glorious waves of sound '.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss : Overture, II Seraglio (Mozart)
The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugen Ormandy : Hary Janos Suite (Kodály)— Prelude ; Viennese Musical Clock ; Song ; Battle and defeat of Napoleon ; Intermezzo ; Entrance of the Emperor and his court
Why blame your Car?
By a Car Consultant
Today a woman motor-car consultant-one of the few women, if not the only woman, in the profession-is to talk about the care of cars and the carelessness of many owners. Why blame your car if you neglect to grease it, never have it overhauled, race the engine when it's cold ? A good car, uncared for, will soon become a bad one ; an old one, nursed, will go on endlessly.
This talk has a certain topicality as it comes in the middle of the annual Motor Show at Olympia, when many listeners will be starting ' from scratch ' with new cars.
presented by FRANK STEWART
including Weather Forecast
This evening Anthony Hurd will deal first with the Dairy Show, which is to open in London tomorrow; he will then go on to discuss the developments of the past few years, including the creation of the Milk Marketing Boards, and the growing realisation of the needs for expanding the consumption of fresh milk for the benefit of the nation's health as well as British agriculture.
THE STRATTON STRING
George Stratton (violin); Carl Taylor (violin) ; Watson Forbes (viola) ;
John Moore (violoncello)
Quartet in B minor
Antonio Caldara (1670-1736)
Andante in G minor
G. B. Sammanini (1701-1775)
Sonata a quattro in D
Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770)
1. Allegro assai. 2. Larghetto. 3. Allegro
Programme arranged with the collaboration of Dr. Karl Geiringer of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna
by PHILIP LEVI
The Second Edition of a Fortnightly Topical Review of the World's
Featuring Personalities and News of the Stage, Screen, and Microphone
Introduced by HENRY KENDALL
(By arrangement with Warner Bros.) (First
National Productions, Ltd.) with THE BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MARK H. LUBBOCK
Devised and produced by BERTRAM HENSON
H. A. Mess , Ph.D.
(Reader in Sociology in the University of London)
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
(in co-operation with the Canadian
Radio Broadcasting Corporation)
H. L. STEWART , Dr. Phil., Professor of Philosophy in Dalhousie University,
in 'The Lady with a Lamp' by Reginald Berkeley
Adapted and Produced by LANCE SIEVEKING
Cast (By permission of Jack de Leon)
and Lady Christabel Deane, Miss Pelt, Nurse Bates, a Maid, a Sister, another Nurse, and other voices : MARY BYRON, VIVIENNE CHATTERTON, JENNY NICHOLSON
The play opens in 1848 and ends in 1910 Scenes
Scene 1. Embley Park, Hampshire,i848 Scene 2. Harley Street, 1854
Scene 3. Scutari. A room in an old Turkish barracks, 1854 (the first year of the Crimean War)
Scene 4. Old Burlington Street,
Scene 5. South Street, London, 1886 Scene 6. South Street, London, 1907 Scene 7. South Street, London, 1910
Reginald Berkeley 's play on the life of Florence Nightingale was first produced at the Arts Theatre on January 6, 1929, and went to the Garrick three weeks later. ' The Lady with a Lamp ' is to be played tonight by Diana Wyn yard, whom almost everyone will have seen in the film of Cavalcade.
She made her first appearance on the stage at the Globe Theatre in 1925, then toured the provinces in a repertory of over twenty parts. She did sterling work with the Liverpool Repertory Company, and has appeared in London in a number of West End plays, not least among them being Wild Decembers at the Apollo in 1933, in which she appeared as Charlotte Bronte, and which she subsequently ran under her own management. Listeners will remember her broadcast last year as Hermione in The Winter's Tale.
In a cast of so many distinguished actors and actresses, and well-known broadcasters, many listeners will pause at the name of Stella Patrick-Campbell , the charming and gifted daughter of Mrs. Patrick Campbell , one of the greatest actresses of modern times.
See the article on page 16
This play will be repeated in the Regional programme tomorrow at 7.30
Lord Palmerston, Foreign Secretary andlater Prime Minister:
Sidney Herbert, M P , later Secretaryof State for War:
Mrs Nightingale, Florence's mother:
Elizabeth Herbert, Sidney Herbert's wife:
Henry Tremayne, a young man ofleisure:
Corporal Jones, Hospital Orderly at Scutari:
Mr Bamford, Purveyor to the Forces at Scutari:
Mr Macdonald, of The Times:
Dr. Sutherland, Chairman of the Sanitary Commission:
(All arrangements by Richard Charlton and Margaret Gruffydd )
Directed by SYDNEY LIPTON from Grosvenor House, Park Lane