(B From page 57 of ' New Every Morning
Old People in Institutions
Music and Movement for
11 20 A Pianoforte Interlude @ by CICELY HOYE
1130 Music and Movement Ⓓ for Infants
by E. H. by Emery from St. Comgall's Parish Church,
Bangor, County Down
with HELEN RAYMOND
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham The Maurice Cole Trio:
Winifred Small (violin)
Kathleen Moorehouse (violoncello)
Maurice Cole (pianoforte)
Trio in A minor, Op. 50 Tchaikovsky
1 Pezzo elegiaco: Moderate assai. 2 Tema con vanaziom
Ⓓ Travel Talk
'The Swing of the Seasons '
Stanley's Darkest Africa'
J. GRANVILLE SQUIERS
Sir Henry Morton Stanley , 1841-1904 (his real name was John Row -lands), was brought up in St Asaph workhouse ; he shipped as cabin boy to New Orleans and was adopted by a cotton-broker Henry Stanley , whose name he assumed. He became a naturalised American, but was later re-naturalised as British.
After various vicissitudes, he made headway as a newspaper correspondent and was eventually sent by the New York Herald to find
David Livingstone , who (as listeners heard in he last talk in this series) was
" in the interior of Africa. He found him, and described his journey n ' How I Found Livingstone'. On hearing of Livingstone's death he went out to Africa again. During a second African journey he traced the course of the Nile. This journey he described in ' In Darkest Africa
In today's talk Granville Squiers is to give listeners a vivid picture of Stanley's two journeys, of his ordeals and courage, and they will hear something of what he discovered and what he achieved.
2.25 @ Interval Music
2 30 Feature Programme and Ⓓ Topical Talk
' Film in the Making'
How a story is made into a film ; the scenario ; the ' shooting ' ; the cutting
2.50 @ Interval Music
2.55 Junior "English
Ⓓ 'The Sheepskin', an Irish tale told by MARY O'FARRELL
This story is taken from ' Celtic
Wonder Tales ', by Ella Young
3.15 A Talk on Next Week's Ⓓ Broadcast Music
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
© ' Education for Democracy '
R. H. S. CROSSMAN
This is the first of three talks to Sixth Forms by different speakers on problems of democracy. Richard Crossman , who is to tell listeners that the first task of the democrat is to know that he does not, and cannot, know everything, is still a young man, but a seasoned broadcaster, who had a distinguished academic career. He was a schofar of Winchester College, where he became ' Prefect of Hall or head of the school. He won a scholarship to
New College, Oxford, where he became a Fellow and Tutor.
In 1934 he made his radio debut, giving several talks on Germany-labour camps, unemployment clubs, and so forth, which he knew at first hand. In 1935 he contributed a talk to 'Youth. Looks Ahead' and the following year gave no fewer than eleven talks on ' If Plato Lived Again'..
Sir Henry Morton
A programme of gramophone records
Presented by Eric Siday
@ A Non-Stop Variety of song, comedy, and rhythm
The starters are:
The Three Herons
Patrick Waddington and Jean Melville and Billy Thorburn at two pianos interrupted by Ward and Draper
Production by F. H. C. Piffard
F. H. C.
by James McCafferty (baritone)
with Don Carlos
including Weather Forecast
at the BBC Theatre Organ in a programme of Fan Mail Favourites
The BBC Singers (A) Margaret Godley
Margaret Rees Gladys Winmill Doris Owens Bradbridge White Martin Boddey Stanley Riley Samuel Dyson
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
(The Italian Madrigals edited by Veneziani ; the English Madrigals edited by Fellowes)
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
Edward Reach (tenor)
P. S. G.
The Seaside Summer Show
With a bunch of popular artists from the resident ' Fol-de-Rols' parties at
Hastings, Llandudno, and Sandown
The cast includes
The Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
Sketches and lyrics by Greatrex Newman
Music by Wolseley Charles
The Fol-de -Rols will broadcast again tomorrow in the Regional programme at 3.40
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The BBC Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
with HELEN CLARE
THE JACKDAWS from the Dorchester Hotel
from the FILM CARNIVAL BALL at the Royal Albert Hall with Louis Levy and his Symphonic
(By permission of the Picture Corporation, Ltd.) and Famous Stars of Screen, Stage, and Radio
A running commentary on the fight by Bob Bowman from Madison Square Garden, New York City
(Arranged in co-operation with the National Broadcasting Company of America)