From page 93 of "' New Every Morning
Cooking Vegetables Mrs. Emelie Waller
Pau Casais (violoncello): Sonata in A (Boccherini)—1 Adagio. 2 Allegro. Grave ed espressivo (Tartini)
Artur Schnabel (pianoforte): Fur
Elise (For Elisa) (Beethoven). Rondo in C, Op. 51, No. 1 (Beethoven)
Ⓓ 'History in the Making'
Lilly Phillips (violoncello)
Anne Mukle (pianoforte)
Bom in London, York Bowen studied composition and the piano at the Royal Academy of Music. Long ago recognised as a pianist of brilliant attainments, he is also a gifted composer. His own instrument has naturally been generously treated with four concertos and many smaller pieces, but he has also written notable works for orchestra and chamber combinations.
Yoicks! — and probably Tally-ho!
An Empire Revue by Lauri Wylie
Lvrics and music by Cecil Harrington , Hubert Gregg , Temple Abady, Clarkson Rose , Reg. Low, Laun Wvlie , Jack Clarke , and Arthur LeClerq
Musical arrangements by George Barker and Jack Clarke
Those taking part are
Janet Lind Fred Yule
Gwen Lewis Dick Francis
Marjorie Holmes and Davy Burnaby
Orchestra led by Victor Olof and conducted by Jack Clarke
Production by William MacLurg
Conductor, Percy Holgate
Overture, The Bohemian
Girl Balfe , arr.
Rimmer Waltz , Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
Incidental Music (Cavalcade)
. Coward, arr. Ord Hume
Round the Countryside
' The Animal World in Winter '
C. C. GADDUM
At this time of the year most animals are making, or have already made, their preparations for the winter. Mr. Gaddum will talk about the differences between cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals. He will deal with hibernation, and discuss the main causes that compel certain animals to retire from sight, and to spend the winter months in sleep. He will speak especially about frogs, snakes, dormice, and squirrels.
Ⓓ ' Speech and Language '
3—' Ear Language and Eye
A. LLOYD JAMES
' Handel and the Concerto'—2
THOMAS ARMSTRONG , D.Mus.
E. M. STÉPHAN and GERMAINE CHAMAYOU
Two speakers, who stand in an opposite relationship in everyday life, give their views anonymously and from separate studios
A Mistress on Domestic Service and a Servant on Mistresses
(An electrical recording of the talk broadcast yesterday evening in the Midland programme)
Joseph Szigeti (violin): Russian
Air: Rondo (Sonata No. 3, in D) (Weber, arr. Szigeti). Adagio in E (Tartini, arr. Ondricek). Rondo (Sonata in D, Op. 53) (Schubert, arr. Friedberg)
with Margaret Eaves
John Duncan and The Arthur Dulay Quintet
Presented by Doris Arnold
(Orchestral arrangements by Arthur Dulay )
by The Light Orchestra of Radiojournal
Conductor, Vaclav Smetacek
By courtesy of Radiojoumal, Prague
The Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler : Strike up the Band (Gershwin)
Roy Fox and his Band: Whispering (Schonberger)
Harold Ramsay and his Rhythm
Symphony: Manhattan Serenade (Alter)
Ambrose and his Orchestra:
When Day is Done (de Sylva, Katscher). Night Ride (Phillips)
. Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra:
Night and Day (Cole Porter)
including Weather Forecast
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by H. Foster Clark
9—' More Errors and Some
R. W. Jepson
Since October 5, R. W. Jepson , Headmaster of Mercers School, Holborn, since 1929, and author of many publications, including How to Think Clearly ', published this year, has been broadcasting a weekly talk in this series. He has spoken about habits of thought, prejudice, ambiguity, propaganda, sweeping statements, and so forth. In his talk today he will discuss false reasoning* prejudiced inferences, and unfair conclusions, and he will give some advice about dealing with opponents whose arguments are sophistical or unsound.
There are two broadcasts in this series still to be given. Next Tuesday listeners are to hear an imaginary conversation devised by Robert H. Thouless , and on December 14 there is to be a summing up by Leonard Woolf.
A Comic Operetta by Ashley Sterne and A. A. Thomson
Lyrics by A. A. Thomson
Music by Ashley Sterne
Courtiers, guests, ladies of the harem, citizens, etc.
The BBC Revue Chorus and BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
The action takes place in the Kibosh's Palace and grounds
The Time is 70 years ago, in the year 1937
Production by Archie Campbell
'The Kibosh of Kedgeree' will be broadcast again in the Regional programme on Thursday at 6.0
The Kibosh of Kedgeree:
The Kumquat of Kedgeree (Moo Kow)-Private Wife No 1:
Zillah, their daughter:
The Grand Vizir:
El Boob, his son:
The Lord Chamberlain:
Prince Paladdin, son of the Musquash of Mulligatawny:
Elspeth MacCluskie, Zillah's maid:
The Old Crone:
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Mecca and the Arabs
H. St. John Philby
Listeners will welcome H. St. John Philby's contribution to this series, for he is perhaps the greatest of living English travellers and one of the best Arabic scholars. He was in charge of the British Political Mission to Central Arabia in 1917 and 1918 ; he crossed the Arabian Peninsula from Uqair to Jidda, and carried out exploration in South Central Arabia, being the first European to visit the Southern Provinces of Najd. From 1930 to 1932 he carried out further exploration of the Arabian Peninsula, including the crossing of the Rub' al Khali desert. He made a nine months' journey last year across the land of Sheba, much of it absolutely virgin soil. The author of ' The Heart of Arabia ' is writing a book on this his most recent exploration, under the title of ' Sheba's Queens '.
Salute from Scotland
Arranged by George Blake
Music arrangements by Ian Whyte
Produced by John Gough and Andrew Stewart
Directed by Sydney Lipton with CHIPS CHIPPENDALL and THE THREE T's from Grosvenor House, Park Lane