@ From page 93 of 'New Every Morning'
@ for Farmers and Shipping
@ at the Organ of the Rialto Cinema, Coventry
Mrs. F. Bennett
Here is a talk by the one daughter of a woman who had ten children. She was born in Yorkshire, and went into service. When she married, the land-owner who had employed her built her a house. There she founded her family. Three of her sons never came back from the war. The remaining six are all alive, and all doing well in various parts of the world. They were all afraid of her, and all adored her. It is the daughter's recollection of an individual woman, of some of her sayings and doings that mattered so much to those who were dear to her, that listeners are to hear this morning.
@ German for Fifth Forms
'Ein deutsches Puppenspiel'
OTTO LEWALD and MARGOT BERGER
Ⓓ GRAMOPHONE RECORDS
Isobel Baillie (soprano), (Trumpet obbligato, Ernest Hall ) : Let the bright Seraphim (Samson). 0 had I Jubal's Lyre (Joshua) (Handel)
@ CHURCH HISTORY
(From the Acts of the Apostles to the Reformation)
14—‘ Monasticism in the West:
The Rule of S. Benedict '
G. R. Owst , Litt.D., Ph.D.,
@ SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
@ Gramophone records of popular tunes you all remember
@ by Clifford Roberts from the Chelsea Parish Church of St. Luke
@ Science and Gardening
' Plant Growth'
' Training and Pruning of Young
Fruit-trees and Bushes'
C. F. LAWRANCE
This is the first broadcast in this series this term by C. F. Lawrance , who speaks from the point of view of a garden expert (just as Dr. Keen speaks about gardening from the point of view of a scientist). Today Mr. Lawrance is going to tell you why pruning is necessary, and he will speak of factors which influence the growth and which must be taken into account when pruning. He will speak especially of the training and pruning of young fruit trees and bushes, and will discuss the shaping of the tree and the tools required. Finally he will speak of the difference between winter pruning and summer pruning.
© ' Dorian (Ray) Mode with " ta ":
Dotted Notes '
THOMAS ARMSTRONG , D.Mus.
@ AND HIS ORCHESTRA from the Savoy Hotel
@ Early Stages in German
G. WILMSEN and AMELIE VON BEHR
@ at the Organ of the Granada,
@ GRAMOPHONE RECORDS
Perole String Quartet: Quartet
No. 6 in A (Dittersdorf) — 1 Moderato. 2 Minuetto. 3 Finale : Presto.
Kreisler (violin): Ruralia Hungarica, Op. 32 (Dohnányi)—1 Presto. 2 Gypsy andante. 3 Molto vivace
Four Interludes (The Beggar's Opera)
Bernard Crook won an open scholarship for the piano in 1914. After a season or two of recitals in London and the provinces, he went on tour through the British Isles and later with Pavlova in a season of International Celebrity Concerts. He owes much of his success to his belief that light music should be played with style and with the finesse of a chamber music performance. In keeping with this belief he selects the members of his Quintet principally for their achievements as chamber music players.
Alleyne and Leonhardt
(Arrangements by Alleyne and Leonhardt)
including Weather Forecast
by Dorothy Stanton (soprano)
'The Composer's Use of the Pianoforte'
Presented by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Moodie
Singing Commere, Judy Shirley
Inspector Hornleigh Investigates
(S. J. Warmington as Inspector
No. 27, ' The Chatham Mystery ' by Hans W. Priwin
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' The Week's Sport'
An excerpt from the Pantomime
' Beauty and the Beast'
Written and produced by Fredk. Melville
Music by Conrad Leonard from the Lyceum Theatre, London
The BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
' Stories for Films ’
Interlocutor, Herbert Hodge
For some people the story is the most important part of a film. It is certainly one of the main anxieties of those who are responsible for making films to get hold of good stories and find out what makes a story suitable for treatment on the screen. Few can know more about this side of the industry than Angus MacPhail , who wrote scripts for the Gainsborough Studios before joining Gaumont-British in an advisory capacity when Michael Balcon went to them as a producer (it will be remembered that the latter broadcast in this series a week or two ago). At Gaumont-British MacPhail was responsible for story material and supervised the development of the scripts. His talk today on the story angle will be listened to with interest.
A Romantic Mefodrama by Alexandre Dumas
Adapted for broadcasting as a dramatic serial by Patrick Riddell and produced by Peter Creswell
No. 6, Morrel and Son
Persons of the Play and THE THIRD NEWS including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The Story Teller:
Monsieur Duvillac merchants:
Monsieur Carnot merchants:
Monsieur Morrel, Marseilles ship-owner:
Codes, his cashier:
Julie Morrel, his daughter:
Emmanuel Herbaut, a clerk in the employ of Monsieur Morrel, betrothed to Julie:
Gaumard, Captain of the Pharaon:
Monsieur de Boville, Inspector of State Prisons:
Chief Jailer at the Chateau d'lf:
Gerard de Villefort, Procureur du Roi:
First and Second Secretaries to Louis XVIII:
First and Second Secretaries to Louis XVIII:
Maximilian Morrel, son to Monsieur Morrel:
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Lyana Grani (soprano)
Court Poetry the first of six readings of poems chosen by James Stephens and read by James Stephens and Christopher Salmon
The author of ' A Crock of Gold' is surely the most distinguished living Irish poet after W. B. Yeats , and the news that James Stephens is compiling his own anthology of poetry is of front-rank interest to poetry lovers. Today, and in five subsequent broadcasts during the spring, he will read some of his selections at the microphone, assisted by Christopher Salmon.
with TERESSA DALE
THE HIGH SPOTS from the Holborn Restaurant
Jack Hylton and his Orchestra