From page 13 of ' New Every Morning '
H. J. Lewis
at the Organ of the Classic Cinema,
History in the Making
The Imperial Conference
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE , K.C.S.I.
The Virtuoso String Quartet,
John Cockerill (harp), Robert Murchie (flute), Charles Draper (clarinet): Introduction and Allegro for harp, strings, and woodwind (Ravel)
Alfred Cortot (pianoforte) and Jacques Thibaud (violin): Sonata for violin and pianoforte (Debussy) -1 Allegro vivo. 2 Fantasque et leger. 3 Finale: Tres anime
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, E. Godfrey Brown
George Beggs (baritone)
Conductor, George Mather
2.5 Round the Countryside
6—' Summer Again '
W. W. WILLIAMS
A few months ago Watkin Williams took his listeners for an imaginary walk round the countryside, showing them how to find out what some of the animals had been doing by looking out for the evidence or ' sign ' that they left behind them ; he suggested that the understanding of this 'sign' was rather like learning to read the printed words on the page of a book. Today Mr. Williams will again talk about the footprints, traces of fur and feather and so forth, left by animals, with special reference to the type of ' sign ' that may be found in the countryside at this time of year.
2.30 English Literature-2
' Famous Writers'
3.0 Concert Lesson
(b) The Trumpet
THOMAS ARMSTRONG , D.Mus.
3.35 Early Stages in French
E. M. STÉPHAN
At this time last year the death was announced of Lord Darling, the famous judge, who won renown for his wit and wisdom on the bench.
This afternoon Mr. Derek Walker -
Smith, who has been engaged on a study of Lord Darling's life, will discuss his career and his place in English life.
Conducted by Bela Bizony from the Hungarian Restaurant,
with Vernon Adcock (xylophone)
Oscar Lampe (violin)
(All arrangements for the Quintet by Guy Fletcher and Jack Beaver )
including Weather Forecast
6.20 Weekly Bulletin of Special Notices connected with Government and other Public Services
by Bernard Shore
Conductor, Tom Morgan
A series of talks about the countryside
' Birds that Change their Habits '
Within the memory of middle-aged persons certain birds have changed their habits, among them swallows, martens, wood pigeons, carrion crows, starlings, gulls. An old name for the swallow, for instance, was chimney swallow, but the bird no longer nests in the wide chimneys of olden days but on beams in outhouses and elsewhere. Wood pigeons abound in London parks and carrion crows in the suburbs where they are safe from the gamekeeper ; starlings roost in London, and sea gulls become inland birds in the winter. Have these birds changed their habits in order to conform with the surroundings and conditions of the lives of human beings? Eric Parker will try to answer that question today.
A programme presented by George Inns introducing old melodies that still linger, with new orchestrations by Rae Jenkins
The singers are
Alma Vane and The Tin Pan Alley Trio
Rae Jenkins and his Melody Quintet with Bob Busby at the piano
Produced by Ernest Longstaffe
Adapted by Laurence Gilliam from the story by H. G. Wells
(By permission of Cyril Phillips )
Narrator, V. C. Clinton-Baddeley
Other parts played by:—Charles Groves , Lilian Warde , John Gabriel
Music composed and conducted by Robert Chignell
Production by Laurence Gilliam
This programme was first produced on August 6 and 7, 1935 The Purple Pileus' will be broadcast again at 6.15 on Thursday in the Regional programme
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
' The South-West and the Indian'
Pianoforte Music played by Marcelle Meyer
El Fandango dc Candil 1
Quejas ó la Maja y el (from
Ruisenor Spanish Dances
No. 6 in D No. 8 in C
from the Royal Opera House,
The action takes place in the forests of Germany in legendary times
Scene, A rocky valley on the Rhine, changing to the hall of the Gibichungs
Chorus of Vassals
Chorus Master, Robert Ainsworth
Stage Director, Charles Moor
Woglinde (The Rhine-Maidens):
Woglinde (The Rhine-Maidens):
Wellgunde (The Rhine-Maidens):