Ⓓ From page 69 of 'New Every Morning'
Ⓓ for Farmers and Sniping
‘ Wool ’
' Cocoa '
W. G. Freeman , F.L.S.
Conchita Supervia (mezzosoprano): Tonadillas (Granados)— La Maja doloroso; El Majo discreto; El Majo timido
La Farruca (Triptico) (Turina).
Spanish Popular Songs (Falla)-
El Pano moruno ; Seguidilla mur.ciana ; Jota
Ⓓ German for Fifth Forms
' Die Hansa '
Arnold Dotmetsch (clavichord) :
Prelude and Fugue in C and Prelude and Fugue in B flat (No. 1 and No. 21) (Bach)
Rudolf Rindernith (violoncello),
Alice Ehlers (harpsichord) : Largo-Allegro (Sonata in F) (Marcello)
(From the Acts of the Apostles to the Reformation)
23-' Scholastic Philosophy'
The Very Rev. W. R. Matthews , K.C.V.O., D.D., D.Lit., Dean of St.
Very Rev. W. R.
Ⓓ from the Concert Hall,
Ⓓ A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
from the Orpheus Restaurant,
@ Science and Gardening
' The Plant World ' (continued)
Vegetable Culture. 2-Potatoes
C. F. LAWRANCE
This term C. F. Lawrance , Horticultural Superintendent of the Northamptonshire County Council, who gives the practical talks in this series, will be talking chiefly about vegetables and flowers.
Last week Mr. Lawrance spoke about preparing the ground for vegetables generally. Today he is to deal with preparing it for potatoes. He will tell listeners how to select the ' seed tubers ' ; how and when they should be allowed to sprout before planting, and the correct distance to plant apart. He will also discuss earthing up the crop and lifting and storing, and he will have something to say about pests and diseases.
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Music. Second Year
Chords. Compound Time—1
THOMAS ARMSTRONG, D.Mus.
Herbert Janssen (baritone) accompanied by Conrad Bos : Der Harfenspieler (Wolf)
Johanna Egli (contralto) with Orchestra, conducted by Joseph Balay : An die Hoffnung (Reger)
Friedrich Schorr (baritone) with the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Robert Heger : Prometheus (Wolf)
Ⓓ Early Stages in German
A. H. WINTER and MARGOT BERGER
@ at the Organ of the Paramount
@ Harold Fairhurst (violin)
Hetty Bolton (pianoforte)
The D major Violin Sonata (K.306) was written during Mozart's visit to Paris in 1778. In strong contrast with its companion-piece, the tragic E minor (K.304), this Sonata is powerful and brilliant ; the cadenza
in the last movement is almost concerto-like. Abert, the greatest modern authority on Mozart, draws attention to the ' passing shadows' in the development section of the andante. ‘ The last movement', he adds, ' constantly alternates between a capricious French allegretto and a sparkling Italian allegro, a form for which Mozart shows much fondness in his violin concertos.' Sonatine Jean Françaix 1 Vivace. 2 Andante. 3 Theme varie Jean Francaix belongs to the postwar generation of French composers. He was born at Le Mans in 1912, but later went to Paris where he studied at the Conservatoire under Nadia Boulanger. In a RADIO TIMES article on the composer Alan Frank summed up his music as follows : ' Francaix's music is not quite like any other music written today. It is entertaining, but not humorous in the sense that Poulenc's is .... It is music that is as delicate as the lightest white wine imaginable and the one should be listened to exactly as the other is drunk. You will probably find that it lacks substance, but you will certainly not find it stodgy.'
Light Music for Trio
No. 2 - Armstrong Gibbs
The Open Road/An Old Song (Country Magic, Op. 47)
The Yorkshire Dales - Three Impressions
1 Walden. 2 Whernside. 3 Woodale
including Weather Forecast
by Sophie Wyss (soprano)
George Dyson , Mus.Doc.
Presented by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Moodie
Singing commere, Judy Shirley
' Inspector Hornleigh investigates '
(S. J. Warmington as Inspector
No. 40, ‘ The Midnight Murder
Mystery ' by Mans W. Priwin
??? Guess ???
Ernest Butcher and Muriel George
Antony Holles (by permission of J. P. Mitchelhill) and Ivan Samson in ' The Lugubrian Further Abroad '
—No. 2 by Spike Hughes
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Peggy Wood is so well known to us through Bitter Sweet and The Cat and the Fiddle, and now Operette at His Majesty's, that it is difficult to think of her as American. It is even more difficult to believe that she has never broadcast in this country before.
Is it too much to hope that one of the most charming personalities on the musical stage will sing ' Dear Love ' from Operette, and possibly something from Bitter Siceet also. It will be remembered that she created the part of the Marchioness of Shayne in 1929 in Noel Coward 's modern classic at his Majesty's, and played it there with enormous success for over a year. It was her first appearance in England.
at the BBC Theatre Organ in a Programme of Fan-Mail Favourites
'The Private Lives of Trees'
By about this time of year most trees have come into leaf, though a few are still only in the bud stage. Ray Bourne is going to talk particularly about the development of leaves and will invite listeners to report on their own observation in this respect. He will go on to explain many observations that the ordinary rambler in the countryside will have made at one time or another. Mr. Bourne is a forester of wide experience who spends a lot of his time travelling about England studying the local variations in forestry problems.
' John Martinson goes to a Dinner Party '
A radio serial adapted by Jack Inglis from the novel ' The Gang-
Smasher , by Hugh Clevely
Produced by John Cheatle
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
with Stanley Maxted
(AH arranged by Fred Hartley )
Compositions of 1809-1 Quartet in E flat, Op. 74
1 Poco adagio-Allegro. 2 Adagio ma non troppo. 3 Presto. 4 Allegretto con variazioni played by The Stratton String Quartet:
George Stratton (violin)
Carl Taylor (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola)
John Moore (violoncello)
Further programmes in this series will be broadcast on Wednesday (Regional, 9.30) and Thursday (National, 6.40).
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from the Piccadilly Hotel