@ From page 29 of 'New Every Morning'
@ Regional Geography
Europe: -Atlantic Seaboard
from the Gaumont State, Kilburn
@ 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
Ⓓ 'TODAY'S FAVOURITES
Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence
@ Our Village
' The Church and the Churchyard '
Written fop broadcasting by EDITH E. MACQUEEN , Ph.D.
2.25 @ Interval Music
2.30 British History
@ from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century
A dramatic interlude written for broadcasting by HUGH Ross WILLIAMSON
'... The sole privilege of writing, printing, and publishing all narratives, advertisements, mercuries, intelligencers, diurnals, and other books of public intelligence was conferred by Royal grant on a ' surveyor of the Press ' in 1663. Fifty years later a writer was pointing out : ' There are published weekly about 44,000. newspapers, vis. Daily Courant, London Post, English Post, London Gazette, Postman, Postboy, Flying Post, Review and Observer.' In 1792 it was written in the Memoirs of the Life of James Lack ington : ' ... If there is anything in the newspapers of consequence, that draws many to the coffee-house, where they chat away the evenings.' , This afternoon you are going to hear something about the beginning of newspapers, how they grew and the sort of news they gave.
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Adila Fachiri (violin) from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
Programme continued overleaf
3.27 Violin Concerto in E minor
1 Allegro molto appassionato. Presto. 2 Andante. Allegretto non troppo. 3 Finale. Allegro molto vivace
(Soloist, ADILA FACHIRI)
3.59 Scherzo, Queen Mab.....Berlioz
4.8 Symphony No. 6, in C minor
1 Adagio—Allegro passionato. 2 Tema con variazioni. 3 Intermezzo. 4 Finale
'Taking a Walk Round Your
H. Pearl Adam
Readers of the Radio TIMES particularly will look forward to hearing a talk by that well-known journalist and writer on subjects of interest to women, Pearl Adam , whose name must be very familiar to them through her regular contributions to the Home Pages.
The subject for this broadcast talk came to her accidentally. She went to see over a friend's new house and noticed that all kinds of things were wrong. So it occurred to her that possibly many things were wrong in her own home. She came back and found plenty of them. Then it seemed probable to her that most people grow so used to the things around them that they cease to notice them. Hence this talk.
Dancing this afternoon to the music of Sydney Lipton and the Grosvenor House Dance Band
including Weather Forecast
L. Russell Muirhead
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
. Noel Eadie (soprano)
A Frightful, Funny, Facetious
Affair with a Bunch of Boisterous
Still Carrying His Weight
A New Jest
Russell and Marconi
They Hope to Get There
The Three Musketeers
They Must Get 'Ere
Same Old Nuisance
Jack Warner supported by Bobby Alderson
Needs No Support (We Hope)
Mine Host, Stanelli
Produced by John Sharman and Stanelli
Roll Along and Join the Lads
' The History of the League '
Speaker, The Rt. Hon. the Viscount Cecil of Chelwood,
K.C., D.C.L., LL.D.
Interlocutor, Sir Charles Mallet
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
by Orloff (pianoforte)
Sonata in B minor, Op. 58
1 Allegro maestoso. 2 Scherzo : Molto vivace. 3 Largo. 4 Finale : Presto ma non tanto
Nocturne in D flat, Op. 27, No. 2 Scherzo in B minor, Op. 20
from the Concert Hall,
Theme: Christ our Teacher'
Hymns, Dear Lord and Father of mankind (S.P. 481)
Breathe on me, Breath of God (S.P.
Psalm cxix, 97-100
Reading from a chapter on The
Religion of Christ in the book Truth and Falsehood in Religion, by W. R. Inge
from the Piccadilly Hotel