@ From page 41 of 'New Every Morning'
Ⓓ Regional Geography
' North European Plain '
'Poland : Ancient Swamps and Forests '
E. G. R. TAYLOR , D.Sc.,
Professor of Geography in the University of London
E. G. R.
(All arrangements by Arthur Dulay)
'Mr. Wilkes at Home in his own bar-parlour'
This is the twenty-second of a series of programmes which are being broadcast weekly to the Empire
Ⓓ ' Our Village '
' A Great Discovery '
Written for broadcasting by EDITH E. MACQUEEN , Ph.D.
2.25 @ Interval Music'
2.30 British History
Ⓓ From the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century
' Tobacco and Sugar '
A dramatic interlude written for broadcasting by RHODA POWER
Today's broadcast will tell you of the British settlements across the Atlantic and of the planters who grew tobacco and sugar. You will hear something of their rivals, of their labour problems, and of the difference which England's overseas trade was making to her people at home.
Remember that your part of the work comes after the broadcast, when you talk about it among yourselves, or try to answer some of the questions in the pamphlet, and see how these separate stories fit into what is called 'chronological history'.
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo harp, Marie Korchinska from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
Johann Baptist Krumpholtz was born near Prague about 1745 and died in 1790.. He studied under his father, who was bandmaster in a French regiment, and when a young man he became famous as a harpist and composer. In 1773 Krumpholtz became a member of Prince Ester-hazy's chapel and during the three years that he remained there he studied composition under Haydn. Krumpholtz finally settled in Paris, where he became one of the leading teachers and virtuosos. His wife was also a harpist, and it is said that she was even a finer player than her husband. Unfortunately, she was unfaithful to Krumpholtz, who drowned himself in the Seine.
4.19 Wotan's Farewell and Fire
Music (Die Walkiire) Wagner
Psychology and the Family 11: What's the Use of Psychology?
Here is the first of several talks on psychology in the home to be given every month by a doctor. One of the things he is to stress is the happiness or unhappiness that may result from the way people in the home behave to each other - husband to wife, wife to husband, parent to child, and vice versa.
Twenty minutes of sweet music on gramophone records
AI Collins and his Dance
including Weather Forecast
John Gloag , author, journalist, architect, and designer, contributed four talks to ' Design in Modern Life ' in 1933, and acted as chairman in the last 'Men Talking' series. Many listeners will be interested to hear what' books he reads again.
(By permission of London Film
Productions Ltd.) conducting
The London Film Symphony
' London's Real Music-Hall '
Speaker, the Rt. Hon. Lord Davies
Interlocutor, L.P. Jacks
Lord Davies, founder and chairman of the New Commonwealth Society, will explain the concrete programme of the Society, which seeks to transform the League of Nations into an effective international authority, equipped with an Equity Tribunal for the peaceful settlement of disputes, and an International Police Force to uphold international law and order.
It is of interest that Professor L.P. Jacks, who acts as interlocutor, gave the twenty-first National Lecture, on 'The Relation of Morals to Scientific Progress', a fortnight ago.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Written and arranged by Jack Davies , Jnr.
The train leaves the National Station at 9.20 for Romance, Humour, and Rhythm, and will be driven by Benny Frankel and his Orchestra
Dorothy Carless and The Rhythm
John Burnaby will ensure that no one goes off the rails
from the Concert Hall,
Theme : ' Be ye perfect'
Hymns, Father, hear the prayer we offer (S.P. 487)
Jesus, good above all other (S.P.
Psalm xxiv, vv. 3-6
Reading from a chapter on The
Gospel of Perfection in the book The Moral Teaching of Jesus (A. D. Lindsay )
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Suzanne Bertin (soprano)