Ⓓ From page 25 of 'New Every Morning '
Ⓓ for Farmers and Shipping
Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello),
Theo van der Paas (pianoforte):
Seven Variations on the duet The Manly Heart (The Magic Flute)
Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello) :
Minuet (Valensin). Waltz, Op. 34,
No. 2 (Chopin). Serenata napoletana
van Der Paas
Ⓓ Regional Geography
' Europe — Atlantic Seaboard '
' With the Fishing Fleets '
The is the first of three talks on the Atlantic seaboard of Europe by p. Stevens, of the University of Glasgow (who is also to give the first of this term's Travel Talks on rriday). Today he is going to talk about the fishing fleets of our
Scottish coasts. He himself comes of fisher stock-from Caithness in the far North of Scotland. He was broughtup to the sea, and knows rorn experience what fishing means to People whose livelihood depends °n it.
from the Gaumont State, Kilbum
Ⓓ Mr Wilkes at Home in his own bar-parlour
Presented by Pascoe Thornton and S. E. Reynolds
This is the seventeenth in a series of programmes which are being broadcast weekly from Daventry
' Our Village '
' The Church'
Written for broadcasting by EDITH E. MACQUEEN , Ph.D.
Stanwellstead has settled down to work again after the Christmas holiday. In the bad weather Gaffer Brown cannot take his walks about the village as often as he likes.
This term Mr. Street, the farmer, will have something to say about his farm on the downs. You will meet the policeman and hear about his work, and also the gypsies who return to their camp on the common in the spring. If you're lucky you may even hear a talk by the Gypsy King.
Today your old friend the vicar is to tell you about the great church that stands at the top of the hill.
ⒹFrom the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century
' Writing and Printing '
A dramatic interlude written for broadcasting by E. A. CRADDOCK
These broadcasts are meant to show you that what we call ' history ' does not deal only with great events and important people. If you know how to look, you can find ' history' in quite ordinary things, like newspapers, for instance, or food, or furniture; in fact, almost every subject you can think of has a special story of its own. The subjects for this year have been chosen both because they are interesting in themselves and because they have all helped in the making of the England that we know today.
You will hear this afternoon how books were produced in a monastery, and you will realise why they were so rare and costly. You will hear, too, how the discovery of the art of printing entirely changed men's ways of thinking about books. and made these so cheap that at last everybody might possess them.
Twenty Minutes of Jazz on gramophone records
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conducted by Richard Austin and John Ireland
Solo pianoforte, Orloff from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
' Our Daughters are not taught
Mrs. French, who is a member of the Council of the Embroiderers'
Guild, and who writes articles on embroidery, believes that although women have gained a lot in winning their emancipation they have also lost a lot--the learning and practising of those things that used to be part of a woman's culture. The beautiful things embroidered by our mothers and grandmothers are not made at home today. It is an art neglected. She would have the teaching of embroidery made optional for girls in our schools.
Dancing this afternoon to
Eddie Carroll and his Music
including Weather Forecast
Michael MacDonald and A. G. Street
Michael MacDonald found himself dining at the same table as A. G. Street not long ago, and proceeded to attack some views that Mr. Street had expressed on the changes in Canada during the last twenty-five years. The conversation was interesting enough for the BBC to ask them to continue it tonight.
Leader, Reginald Morley
Conductor, Reginald Jacques
Chief Whits Eagle
The Hill-Billy Band and The Guest at the Rancho
Ronald Frankau — The Tenderfoot with the Rangers-a Section of the BBC Men's Chorus featuring
' The Ghosts Ride the Range '
An Historical Scena in Song by Bill Campbell and William Herbert
Musical arrangements by William Herbert
Production by Archie Campbell
' The Constitution of the League'
Speaker, Wilson Harris
Interlocutor, Sir Alfred Zimmern
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
(Fourth Series) to be given before an audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
Conducted by The
Rev. W. H. Elliott
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Rev. W. H.
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Ruth Horna (soprano)
Opera and Ballet Music
from the Albert Ballroom , Glasgow