Ⓓ From page 41 of New Every Morning'
Ⓓ for Farmers and Shipping
Marjorie Claire Guy
Music and Movements for
11,20 A Pianoforte Interlude
11,30 Music and Movement for
by Willan Swainson from St. Machar's Cathedral,
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The New English Quartet: Winifred Small (1st violin) ;
Eveline Thompson (2nd violin) ;
Winifred Stiles (viola) ;
Florence Hooton (violoncello)
Quartet in G, On 161..............Schubert
1 Allegro molto moderato. 2
Andante un poco moto. 3 Scherzo —trio. 4 Allegro assai
Johan Hock was born in Amsterdam in 1876. He has played the cello since he was eight years old. At thirteen he entered the Amsterdam Conservatoire and studied under Professor Ivan Mossell. After some orchestral experience in Holland, he settled in Birmingham in 1898. One of his outstanding achievements was the founding, with Arthur Catterall , of the Catterall String Quartet. For many years Mr. Hock has been conductor of the Birmingham Philharmonic String Orchestra, and he also arranges the Friday concerts or recitals at Queen's College, Birmingham.
' The Swing of the Seasons '
Marooned in the Antarctic '
Here is a talk about a very unpleasant thing-being marooned in the Antarctic-by a man who was with Shackleton's 1913 Expedition ; during which the Great War broke out. The story he has to tell is of adventure in the grimmest circumstances-of a fine hut to live in but no fuel to warm it ; of men who became their own tailors and their own cobblers, too ; of great hardship, and of rescue that came at last.
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Feature Programme and Topical Talks
'SOS' by TAFFRAIL
How ships go to the help of another ship in distress
2.50 Interval Music
2.55 Junior English
© ' Farmer Grigg's Boggart'
A story by HOWARD PYLE with MARY O'FARRELL and CARLETON HOBBS
3.15 Talk on Next Week's
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
' World Affairs '
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE , K.C.S.I.
A Programme of Gramophone Records
Presented by Buddy Featherstonhaugh
A Legend of South Africa by Dorothy Black
' This cape is a most stately thing, and the fairest cape we saw in the whole circumference of the earth.'
Production by Howard Rose
including Weather Forecast
(By permission of George Black)
Assisted by Beryl Formby in ' A Lancashire Lad in London '
No. 4, ' The Tower of London '
Written by Howard Thomas
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
The 250th Anniversary of his Birth
Swedenborg, Swedish scientist, philosopher, mystic, and founder of ' Swedenborgianism was born on January 29, 1688. This talk by Dr. Singer, who is Professor of the History of Medicine in the University of London, will deal particularly with the contribution that Swedenborg made to science.
A Black-Faced Minstrel Show
Devised and produced by Harry S. Pepper
Bones, Tambourines, Corner Men, Crack Banjo Team , Stump Speech,
Old and New Melodies
Scott and Whaley, Ike Hatch ,
C. Denier Warren , James Carew
The Kentucky Banjo Team: Dick Pepper , Edward Fairs , Bernard Sheaff
At the pianos, Harry S. Pepper and Doris Arnold ,
At the BBC Theatre Organ,
The BBC Variety Orchestra and the Male Voice Chorus
Conducted by Leslie Woodgate
Music arranged by Doris Arnold and orchestrated by Wally Wallond
Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren
The Kentucky Minstrels will broadcast again tomorrow at 4.0 in the Regional programme
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Athens or Sparta ? Are the forms of government which these ancient communities represented alternatives ? Or is it possible to mix the advantages of both forms in one State ? This ancient problem of politics is being posed to the Europe of today in new terms. How far do the different European countries of 1938 combine efficiency as a nation with the liberty of the individual citizen?
Italy was the first great power to be examined, last week, in a series of talks surveying this question. Tonight Percy Philip will talk about France, and wiil be questioned afterwards by Wilson Harris , Editor of The Spectator. Mr. Philip is an experienced journalist, and for the past fifteen years has been Paris correspondent of The New York Times.
Chamber Music played by George Stratton (violin)
Carl Taylor (violin)
John Moore (violoncello)
John Ticehurst (harpsichord)
GEORGE STRATTON , CARL TAYLOR ,
JOHN MOORE , AND JOHN TICEHURST
Sonata No. 4, in F minor
1 Largo. 2 Vivace. 3 Largo. 4 Presto
9.47 JOHN TICEHURST
Sonata No. 4, in D minor
1 Andante. 2Sicitiano. 3 Fuga. 4 Allegro
9.56 GEORGE STRATTON , CARL TAY
LOR, JOHN MOORE , AND JOHN TICEHURST
Sonata No. 3, in E flat
1 Grave. 2 Allegro moderato. 3 Giga: Vivace
' Still in Paris '
Another letter from Miss -Angela Welbeck to her cousin Claire, and some more Parisian stars with Gabrielle Brune and some gramophone records
Produced by George Gordon
with TAYLOR FRAME