@ From page 57 of ' New Every Morning'
"Flowers in the Sick-Room"
Marguerite James, F.R.H.S.
When we hear that anyone is ill our first thought is to send them flowers - and flowers, that essential of the sick-room, is to be the subject of today's talk by the author of "The Family Garden". Marguerite James is a Fellow of the Royal Horticultural Society; she lives in the country and for her garden. Next week Mrs. Marian Cutler, who has already given two talks in this series, will give the first of three talks on the care of old people.
‘Music and Movement for Juniors' by Cicely Hoye
11.30 'Music and Movement for Infants
@ by E. H. Emery from St. Comgall's Parish Church,
Bangor, Co. Down
with MOLLY O'CONNOR ,
REUB SILVER at the piano
Under the direction of Johan Hock
from Queen's College Chambers Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Birmingham Philharmonic String Orchestra
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
' The Swing of the Seasons '
' In an African Big Game Preserve
Elephants in the Addo Bush '
Commander the Hon. SERELD HAY
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Feature Programme
and Topical Talk
' School Activities'
Children from schools in various parts of the country will come to the microphone to talk about things they do at school, such as keeping animals, acting in plays, taking part in school music, and so forth.
2.50 Interval Music
2.55 Junior English
‘The Canterbury Tales '
1-A play made from the Prologue by JEAN SUTCLIFFE
In making this play, Miss Sutcliffe has used Tales from Chaucer by Eleanor Farjeon
3.15 Talk on Next Week's
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
' National Movements in Literature '
1-' Scottish Literature '
on gramophone records
Presented by Leonard Feather
@ by Louis Goodrich
John Henry Tudor
Captain Masterman Ready
Scenes : 1 The Bedroom. 2 Richmond Park. 3 The Bedroom
Production by Howard Rose
by Spencer Thomas (tenor)
including Weather Forecast
(By permission of George Black)
Assisted by Beryl Formby in ' A Lancashire Lad in London'
No. 5, ' In Hyde Park '
Written by Howard Thomas
sung by Charles Panzera (baritone)
Say it While Dancing
THE SIGNATURE IS
DEBROY SOMERS and his Band
(By permission of Gilbert Miller ) in his original part of Rupert Cadell in 'ROPE'
An essay in the macabre by Patrick Hamilton with Leslie French as Wyndham Brandon and Philip Leaver as Charles Granillo
The cast also includes
Hugh Butt as Sabot Charles Mason as Kenneth Raglan
Eileen Sharp as Leila Arden
H. R. Hignett as Sir Johnstone Kentley
Lois Graham as Mrs. Debenham
Production by Lance Sieveking
' ... In Rope I have gone all out to write a horror play and make your flesh creep..... If Rope is accused of delving in morbid psychologies and so forth, of being anything but a sheer thriller, of being anything but a De Quinceyish essay in the macabre, I am at a wretched loss.' -Patrick Hamilton.
' Rope ' will be broadcast again on Saturday in the Regional programme at 6.0
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Mrs Sidney Webb
How far can a nation combine the maximum of national efficiency with the maximum of individual liberty ? This is probably the central problem in European politics today, and every Friday evening in this important series authoritative speakers are discussing it. So far, the systems of government at work in Italy and France have been surveyed. Tonight, Mrs. Sidney Webb is going to speak on Russia. In recent years, as most people know, Mrs. Sidney Webb and her husband, Lord Passfield, have made a close study of the Russian experiment. After Mrs. Webb has spoken Mr. Wilson Harris will question her on what she has said.
To be given before an audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
May Blyth (soprano) Bernard Shore (viola)
The BBC Orchestra
Leader, Marie Wilson
Conducted by Constant Lambert
Darnton's ' Swansong ' was written in 1935 and is the composer's most ambitious and important work. It was written specially for May Blyth after he had heard her sing Maria in the BBC's concert performance of Alban Berg 's Wozzeck. Listeners will note many distinctive features about the scoring ; for instance, the third song is scored for two unaccompanied bassoons almost throughout.
The poems by Robert Nichols were first published in 1920 in a volume, entitled ' Aurelia and Other Poems', which was dedicated to Philip Heseltine. 1. The poet proclaims his swansong. No sound disturbs the winter's wood but ' Death's hushed footstep drawing near '. 2. ' 0 Nightingale, my heart, How sad thou art!' No more will it sing. 3. ' It is still under the pines ... The heart beats heavily, sad, and slow '. 4. Memory, Solitude and Sorrow are invoked in turn. 5. The poet's soul is bidden to put by the sun, the wine, the rose, ' the courteous tire ' and the lute and to take leave of friends ...
with PAULA GREEN
MICK, MAC, AND MIKE from the May Fair Hotel