From Page 1 of ' New Every Morning '
The New World
South America-The Southern
' Cattle Lands of Uruguay and Central Argentina '
L. DUDLEY STAMP, D.Sc.
Talks last term dealt with that part of South America lying in the tropics. Talks this term will deal with the cooler countries in South America lying outside the tropics, Uruguay, Argentina, and Chile. This morning Dr. Dudley Stamp will describe the voyage from last term's stopping-place, Santos, the coffee Port of Brazil, to Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay. He will talk about the people and characteristics of the latter country, the coast lands and great cattle lands, and the chilling factories where they make ' bully beef '-the canned meat so well known (too well known, some of your fathers may tell you!) during the years of war.
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Roderick Jones (baritone)
Louise Nelson (soprano)
Hervey Alan (baritone)
The Norbert Wethmar
Pianoforte Quintet :
Norbert Wethmar (violin) ; Nathan Comras (violin) ; John Yewe Dyer (viola) ; Walter Nunn (violoncello) ;
Wilfrid Parry (Pianoforte)
2.5 Your Home and Mine
' The Works of a Town '
This term listeners are going in imagination with Geoffrey Boum phrey out into the country and into the towns to see how our ways of working and living are changing and how our homes are changing with them. They will learn about the advantage of living close together and about some of the difficulties. They will hear how food and water are brought to the towns, how rubbish and refuse are disposed of, how the towns are lighted, how doctors guard against disease, fire brigades deal with fire, and police keep order. Next week they will hear what is happening to the countryside.
A Dramatic Interlude written by HUGH Ross WILLIAMSON
This term listeners are to hear about some of the problems that have arisen during the last two hundred years, chiefly through the invention and nation-wide adoption of machinery.
Today's broadcast will be devoted to describing some of the ways in which during this period men have striven to supplement their physical strength, and some of the rcsults on our modes of living.
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo Violin Irene Richards from the Pavilion, Bournemouth (Solo violin, IRENE RICHARDS )
with LITTLE MOLLY O'CONNOR
JANE AYR and EDDIE LESLIE
TEDDY FOSTER and the KINGS OF SWING and REUB SILVER
including Weather Forecast
Books and the Time Spirit
R. A. Scott-James
Today listeners are to hear about the books that have appealed personally to a lover and writer of books who has been in journalism since he joined the staff of the Daily News thirty-five years ago. He was its literary editor from 1906 to 1912, editor of the New Weekly in 1914, leader writer on the Daily Chronicle from 1919 to 1930, and leader writer and assistant editor of The Spectator from 1933 to 1935. 'Since 1934 he has been Editor of the London Mercury and Bookman. Among his publications are ' The Making of Literature' and ' Personality in Literature '.
Directed by Henry Hall
by Charles Dickens adapted by Nelson Welch and read by Carleton Hobbs
Being Selected Music from a Comic Opera by Jacques Offenbach , together with a narrative by Ashley Sterne
Lyrics by Ashley Sterne and A. A. Thomson
Presented and conducted by Mark H. Lubbock with Jan van der Gucht
Betty Huntley Wright
A section of The BBC Men's Chorus and The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Produced by Archie Campbell
van Der Gucht
A Short Programme for
Soubrette and Light Comedian with Betty Huntley Wright
Dick Francis and The BBC Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
Mrs. Virginia Woolf
In Virginia Woolf's opinion, craftsmanship is a word that can be applied to the making of pots and pans, but not to words in the way in which writers use them. There is a distinction to be made between the useful use of words and their literary use. The novelist and the scientist use words very differently. Mrs. Woolf is a believer in the importance of a large choice of words, but she deplores all attempts to teach people how to write. '
including Weather' Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Short Talks on Common Nuisances
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. Elliott
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Rev. W. H.
Marjorie Hayward (violin) G. O'Connor Morris (pianoforte)
with BILL CURRIE
ABE ROMAINE and RAY ELLINGTON