from page 105 of ' New Every Morning
D Lost in the Sahara'
A. E. Filby
D Intermediate French
Le Bulletin Meteorologique JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and YVONNE OBERLIN
11.20 D Interval Music
11.25 Senior Geography
Efrem Zimbalist (violin) : Carmen
Fantasy (Bizet, arr. Sarasate)
Nan Maryska (soprano): My
Lovely Celia (Monro, arr
Lane Wilson ). The Lass with the Delicate
Air (Arne, arr. Lane Wilson)
Ania Dorfmann (pianoforte):
Rondo capriccioso, Op. 14 (Mendelssohn)
Nan Maryska (soprano): On
Wings of Song (Mendelssohn). Alleluia (Mozart)
Efrem Zimbalist (violin): Andante
Cantabile (Tchaikovsky). Hungarian Dance, No. 17 (Brahms)
Ania Dorfmann (pianoforte): La plus que lente (Slow Waltz) (Debussy). Valse Impromptu (Liszt)
" by Etienne Amyot
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Julius Kopsch : Overture, Beatrice and Benedict (Berlioz)
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens : Adventures in a Perambulator (Carpenter)-l En voiture. 2 The Policeman. 3 Hurdy-Gurdy. 4 The Lake. 5 Dogs. 6 Dreams
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham , Bart.: Rossiniana (Rossini-Respighi) -Barcarolle. Siciliana. Intermezzo. Tarantelle
Round the Countryside
' Birds of the Garden '
C. R. STONOR
This afternoon C. R. Stonor will describe some of the commoner birds, such as are met with in almost any garden, and the conditions in which they are most usually seen. The broadcast, which will be illustrated with recordings of selected bird voices, will deal particularly with wrens, starlings, blackbirds, and robins.
2.25 D Interval Music
2.30 British History
' Merchants at Calais '
A serial reading from Surtees
6—At Puffington's-Writing a Run told by G. H. Dayne
Mr. Sponge's adventures with the Flat-Hat Hunt were such as to make a change of country desirable from everyone's point of view. He took refuge with the ama-a-zin pop'lar man Mr. Puffington, and there engaged in a curious literary exercise with Jack Spraggon.
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo pianoforte, Clifford Curzon from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
For many years Haydn served the great Austrian family of Esterhazy as Kapellmeister. At his palace at Eisenstadt, Prince Esterhazy had his own chapel, opera house, and concert hall, for which Haydn composed a great deal of music.
The opera The Uninhabited
Island was written by Haydn in honour of the name-day of his royal patron. The overture begins with the traditional slow introduction which gives way to a lively section. Then comes a quieter and more expressive section which is taken from one of the scenes of the opera representing the uninhabited island itself. )
John Ireland's Piano Concerto was first performed at a Prom concert in 1930. In construction it adheres neither to the classical sonata form nor to the cyclic form of Liszt, though elements of both are noticeable in its design. Unlike most other concertos, the music contains little showy writing for the solo instrument, although the themes are clothed in rich ornamentation. It possesses, however, a grace and lyrical charm that is not always an outstanding characteristic of Ireland's orchestral music.
Making the Most of Your Looks' ' Party Faces' Mary Embrey
Led by Manus O'Donnell
Conducted by John Ansell
Derek Oldham (tenor)
including Weather Forecast
'Smithfield Show '
F. Rayns and A. Stimpson
This evening's broadcast in the ' Farming Today ' series has a topical ring, for it will cover the annual Smithfield Show which is being held
. this week. F. Rayns will have with him at the microphone A. Stimpson , who probably knows more about these eattle shows than any other man living. He has attended over forty of them, and is well known throughout East Anglia as one of its leading cattle men. He feeds cattle both on the grass and in the yards of his farms near Great Yarmouth, and for some years was a salesman at Smithfield Show.
John Amadio (flute)
John Ticehurst (harpsichord)
with Geraldo and his Concert
(by permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.)
Sylvia Cecil Eve Becke Monte Rey Al Bowlly
The Top Hatters
Section of the BBC Male Chorus
' Economic Questions'
C. J. S. Sprigge
Interlocutor, E. H. Carr ,
Professor of International Politics,
University College of Wales,
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
for Jews and Mon-Aryan
Christians by the Rt. Hon. Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, K.G.
Earl Baldwin has agreed to broadcast an appeal tonight to all men and women of goodwill in this country, whatever their race or creed, to do what they can to lessen the human suffering caused by the eviction from Germany, in a destitute condition, of hundreds of thousands of Jews. Many Christians, called non-Aryans because of even distant, relationship to Jews, have also been persecuted, and the need, misery and suffering is beyond belief.
Gifts and cheques, which should be drawn to the Baldwin Appeal Fund, will be accepted at any branch of the following banks : Barclays, Lloyds, Midland, National Provincial, and Westminster, or may be addressed to [address removed]
Rt. Hon. Earl
by Douglas Cameron
Conducted by the Rev. W.'
Organist, Reginald Goss-Custard from St. Michael's, Chester Square
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
Clifford Deri (baritone)
P. S. G.