From page 17 of 'New Every Morning'
A. P. Thompson
The small poultry-keeper, especially the beginner, will welcome another broadcast talk by the editor of The Feathered World, who is also Secretary of the National Utility Poultry Society.
Today he is to speak in more detail about the feeding and housing of young chicks ; the temperature of breeders and the ventilation of the small chicken house to which they should be removed at the age of about eight weeks. Among other things he will discuss are ' hoppers or feeding troughs so contrived that chicks cannot tread on their food ; the size of perches ; the weeding out of unprofitable hens; the pickling of eggs ; and the latest methods of pickling.
Anna Linde (harpsichord).
Paul Grummer (viola da gamba): Sonata in C (Handel)-Adagio-Allegro Adagio—Allegro
Simon Goldberg (violin),
Paul Hindemith (viola): Duet in B flat (Mozart)— Adagio. 2 Allegro. 3 Andante cantabile. 4 Andante con variazioni
Mischa Eltnan (violin): Souvenir
(Drdla). Kaleidoscope, Op. 50, No. 9-Orientale (Cui). Cavatina (Raff)
Gaspar Cassado (violoncello) :
Minuet (Paderewski). Humoresque (Dvorak)
Mischa Elman (violin): Valse sentimentale (Schubert, arr. Franko). Mélodie (Op. 42, No. 3) (Tchaikovsky)
Marcel Moyse (flute): Le Rossignot en amour (Couperin, arr.
Fleury). Serenade (Woodall). Am Waldesbach (Wetzger). Les Millions d'Arlequin (Drigo)
Sven SkÃ¶ld's Orchestra from Stockholm
By courtesy of Aktiebolaget RadiotjÃ¤nst, Stockholm
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by H. Foster Clark
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Overture, Beatrice and Benedict (Berlioz)
Eide Norena (soprano): Mad
Scene (Hamlet) (Ambroise Thomas)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Romeo's Reverie and Fete of the Capulets (Romeo and Juliet) (Berlioz)
Geraldine Feraldy (soprano) and Georges Thill (tenor): Tomb Scene, Act 5 (Romeo and Juliet) (Gounod)
by Maurice Reeve Fantasia in F minor, Op. 49 Chopin
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F. J. Mortimer
from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms cxxvi to cxxxi
Lesson, Deuteronomy iv, 1-24
Magnificat, Plainsong (Causton) Lesson, Acts iv, 5-31
Nunc Dimittis, Plainsong (Causton) Anthem, Thou, 0 God, art praised in Sion (Macpherson)
Thou, 0 God, art praised in Sion : and unto Thee shall the vow be performed in Jerusalem. Thou that hearest the prayer: unto Thee shall all flesh come.
(Psalm lxv, 1, 2)
Hymn, Love's redeeming work is done (E.H. 135, 1, 2, 3, 5)
CThe choir will consist of Men's
Twenty minutes of sweet music
Henry Hall and his Orchestra in a special programme of old and new tunes which he has helped to popularise
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J. A. Scott-Watson
Many listeners will welcome the return to the microphone of a popular broadcaster who made his name on the air five years ago with the series ' Rural Britain Today and Tomorrow '-a series that established him as a man with not only a wide knowledge of farming but a warm sympathy with farmers and farm-workers and everything pertaining to the land. He gave the Farming talks throughout 1935 and through the spring and summer of 1936. As a young man, Professor Scott-Watson studied under Professor Robert Wallace at Edinburgh University and took a degree in Agriculture. He studied for a year at the Royal Agricultural College, Berlin, and for a year in the States, at Iowa State College of Agriculture.
But he is more than a farmer in theory, he is a farmer in practice, managing, on behalf of St. John's
College, Oxford, an arable farm of 480 acres at Long Wittenham, where he specialises in mechanised corn-growing, pigs, and sheep.
A well-known industrial concern recently ran an essay competition, the problem being how best to reorganise and improve a useful farm which had been allowed to fall into a bad state of cultivation. There were over five hundred entries, and many very interesting solutions were proposed. Professor Scott-Watson was one of the judges, and tonight he will discuss some of the various plans.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
by John McKenna (tenor)
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Leslie Heward
Lisa Minghetti (violin) from the Concert Hall, Boumville,
8.8 LISA MINGHETTI AND ORCHESTRA
Violin concerto in A (K. 219) Mozart
This is the fifth of six concertos written by Mozart during 1775 and 1776. He was about twenty at the time of the first, and since he was then practising the violin hard-he was actually quite an accomplished player-it is presumed he composed them as much for his own use as for use by others. This concerto is scored for small orchestra, two oboes, two horns, and strings, and the solo part is written with superb understanding of the genius of the instrument.
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The Rt. Hon. C. R. Attlee , M.P.
Rt. Hon. C. R.
with Margaret Eaves
Eric Palmer and Arthur Dulay and his Quintet presented by Doris Arnold
(Orchestral arrangements by Arthur Dulay)
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
will play for dancing from the May Fair Hotel
Gramophone records of swing music