From page 85 of ' New Every Morning'
Vegetables in Season
Mrs. E. HAVRYN EVANS
This is the first of four talks in a new series about things that are in season. Vegetables procurable at the end of November are to be discussed this morning ; winter sweets on December I; winter savouries on December 8 ; and Christmas season party fare on December 15. Mrs. Havryn Evans , a practical cook as well as an expert in the theory of cooking, runs her own home, and this morning is to make her debut at the microphone.
Mrs. E. Havryn
From the Films
Gracie Fields: Do you remember my first love song ? (Queen of Hearts) (Davies). Laughing Irish Eves (Laughing Irish Eyes) (Mitchell, Stept)
Paul Robeson (bass): Lonely Road,
The Black Emperor (Song of Freedom) (Amell)
The Henderson Twins : Medley of Shirley Temple's Songs from Poor Little Rich Girl
Louis Levy and his Gaumont British
Symphony : Everybody dance (Everybody Dance) (Gordon, Revel)
Jack Buchanan : Let's put some people to work (When Knights were Bold) (Sigler, Coodhart, rind Hoffmann)
Ben Bernie and his Orchestra : San
Francisco (San Francisco) (Kahn, Ka-' per, Jurman)
Conductor, SHFRIDAN GORDON from the Theatre Royal, Birmingham
Conductor, CLIFTON JONES
FRANK BRECKNELL (tenor) (soloist, J. R. DONBAVAND ) (soloist, CLIFTON JONES> )
Round the Country-side
' Stoats and Weasels '
C. C. Gaddum
Seen flashing across the road or through the grass, a stoat and a weasel look very much alike. They are, as a fact, first cousins, both hunters, both lithe and long and short-footed, both white underneath, and nut-brown on top. Yet, as C. C. Gaddum is to point out today, there is no need to confuse them. The stoat is twice as long as the weasel. The weasel has a two-inch stub of tail, the stoat has five or six inches of tail, which is black-tipped. In winter the stoat's nut-brown turns to white, but the black tip to its tail remains, and it is known as an ermine. But in Britain the weasel's brown coat never whitens. They have another feature in common. These pertinacious little hunters love hunting on. their own, yet occasionally hunt in packs.
Mr. Gaddum will speak of the stoat's power of fascination over its victims and show how the weasel is the farmer's friend, inasmuch as in the course of a year it kills many hundreds of mice and rats.
2.30 English Literature-2
' Sir Walter Raleigh '
3.0 Concert Lesson
' Minuet and Trio—The Oboe '
THOMAS Armstrong , D.Mus.
3.30 ' Interlude
3.35 Early Stages in French
Y. Salaun and YVETTE PARAY
King George II Returns to Greece
On November 25, 1935, George II, King of the Hellenes, returned to Greece after twelve years' exile. He had constantlv declared that he would not return unless it was clearly the wish of the Greek people; his declared purpose was the ' re-estab]ishment of the national unity '. This afternoon Charles Tower will discuss the dual role of Greece as a maritime power and as a Balkan power.
Directed by PHILIP MARTELL from the Commodore Theatre,
Arthur Rubinstein (pianoforte), and The London, Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli : Concerto No. z in F minor, Op. 21 (Chopin)-i. Allegro. 2. Larghetto. 3. Allegro vivace
Presented by FRANK STEWART
including Weather Forecast
BBC SINGERS (A)
Stanley Riley Samuel Dyson
Conducted by TREVOR HARVEY
Doue hai tu Quel Sol, quel Sole istesso
Farfalletta semplicetta Colpo de bei
E. J. DENT
Professor Dent is the greatest authority in Europe on Busoni, whose personal friend he was and whose confidence he had for many years. He has translated Busoni's opera Doctor Faust, which is to be performed at a BBC Concert in March, 1937, and has written an outstanding life and study of Busoni, the man and his music.
'Leisure in the Modem Village'
J. A. GULLAND
The Eighth Programme in the Series of a New Presentation of Popular Music
A Full Orchestra of Twenty Playing
Song Hits of Today alternating with A Small String Orchestra Playing
Favourites of Yesterday
The entire programme scored for the Orchestras and conducted by VAN PHILLIPS
Vocal Refrains by LESLIE DOUGLAS
Let's Sing Again
You've Gotta Know How To Dance
A Fine Romance
Spread a Little Happiness
I'm One Step Ahead of My Shadow Good-night, Vienna
I Breathe on Windows
I Heard a Song in a Taxi It's Easy to Remember Side By Side
This Is Romance
Keep a Twinkle In Your Eye April In Paris
by FRANZ OSBORN
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
David Brunt, B.Sc., Professor of Meteorology, Imperial College, South
This evening Professor David Brunt, who has been Professor of Meteorology at the Imperial College, South Kensington, since 1934, is to talk about the science of weather forecasting and explain how forecasts are made. Professor Brunt was Superintendent of the Army Meteorological Services at the Air Ministry from 1919 to 1934, and is the author of "Combination of Observations," "Meteorlogy," and "Dynamical Meteorology" (published two years ago).
Acts I and II of the Opera by Mussorgsky
(Edited and Orchestrated by Tcherepnin)
THE BRITISH MUSIC DRAMA
OPERA COMPANY from the Royal Opera House,
Act 1, Scene : The Fair
Act II, Scene : Tcherevik's Dwelling
Chorus of young men, girls, gypsies,
Cossacks, tradesmen, and Jews
Conductor, ALBERT COATES
Chorus Master, Norman Feasey
Producer, VLADIMIR Rosing