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D 'Feeding the Baby '—4 by a Doctor
Music and Movement for
11.20 Pianoforte Interlude
J. W. HORTON
11.30 Music and Movement
D by Marshall M. Gilchrist from the Freemasons' Hall,
with Ronnie Hill , Jack Lorimer
Talks by visitors from the Dominions and Colonies
Under the direction of Johan Hock
from Queen's College Chambers Lecture Hall, Birmingham
A Pianoforte Recital by Betty Humby
' The Orient: in the Indian Jungle '
This is the second of F. McDer mott's three broadcasts on various aspects of India. Listeners will remember how in his previous talk he spoke about his young friend, Ram Krishna , who looked after the lovable old water buffalo, Kalu. Today he will recount how Kalu wanders at nightfall among the scrubby little trees and thin grass of the Rajputana jungle, and how the poor old water buffalo is suddenly faced with a pair of gleaming eyes. Kalu meets his end, but vengeance is done when the prowling tiger which dispatched him is in its turn laid low by the white man's rifle.
D by Denise Lassimonne
Christmas Poems and Carols arranged by JEAN SUTCLIFFE
3.5 D Interval Music
3.10 Topical Talks and Feature
' My Kitchen in British Columbia '
Major EUSTACE C. HOLDEN
In his talk this afternoon Eustace C. Holden will describe how he and his two sons totally reorganised and ran the kitchen of his British Columbia home when his wife was away in hospital. They were a busy and all-male household, and they reorganised not because they wanted to change the kitchen arrangements, but because they had no time to run the nerve-centre of the house in the old way. Housewives and others may learn a lot from this account of how three men tackled in a labour-saving way the question of kitchen-fittings, cooking, and the all-important operation of washing-up.
3.30 Interval Music
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
J. B. S. HALDANE , Professor of Biometry at University College, London
Major Eustace C.
J. B. S.
with Andrew Clayton
D) Writer of Hill Billies
A gramophone record programme presented by Ernest Dudley
Max Turganoff (tenor)
Gerald Cassen (bass-baritone)
(All arrangements by Medvedeff)
including Weather Forecast
6.20 National Bulletin for Farmers
Aubrey Brain (horn)
York Bowen (pianoforte)
Sonata in E flat, Op. 101
1 Allegro amabile. 2 Poco lento maestoso. 3 Allegro con spirito
The horn is one of the most difficult instruments to play beautifully. Probably this is the reason why its solo repertoire is so small.
York Bowen, like Richard Strauss , studied the horn in his early days-he studied under the late Adolph Borsdorf at the Royal Academy of Music. His practical knowledge of the instrument has induced him to write two notable works, the first a Quintet for horn and strings, and the second, his latest composition, a Sonata for horn and piano, which will receive its first performance this evening. The full range of possibilities of the instrument is exploited in this sonata. The first movement is very lyrical, while the second movement, in the style of a fantasy, is solemn in character, with some notable effects in the tone of the horn. The finale is of a scherzo-like gaiety that is full of difficulties of execution for the hornist.
Fred Marshall , M.P.
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
'YOU SHALL HAVE MUSIC with Eve
Becke Brian Lawrance The Georgettes
Orchestral arrangements by Peter Yorke
(Fifth Series) from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting
C. H. Trevor
Allabreve in D
Choral and Variations
(Sei gegriisset, Jesu gutig)
(Hail to thee, my Jesu holy)
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
by the Students of The Berlin Konservatorium and The Royal Academy of Music,
London with introductory greetings from Professor Bruno Kittel (Director of the Berlin Konservatorium) and Professor Stanley Marchant (Principal of the Royal Academy of Music)
From Berlin :
Wilma Stoll (soprano)
The Orchestra of the Konservatorium
Conducted by Fritz Wicke
9.41 ORCHESTRA Concerto grosso in D minor, Op. 6, No. 10 Handel
1 Ouverture (Largo)-Allegro. 2 Air: Lento. 3 Allegro. 4 Allegro. 5 Allegro moderato
From the Royal Academy of Music :
Marjorie Lavers (violin) The Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music
Conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood 9.57 ORCHESTRA
Three Movements Purcell
1 Overture 1 (from the incidental 2 Rondeau music to The Gor-Minuet dian Knot Untied)
3 Vivace (Sonata for Strings)
10.5 MARJORIE LAVERS AND ORCHESTRA
The Lark Ascending Vaughan Williams
An English Dance.............B. 7. Dale
(The programme arranged in conjunction with and by the courtesy of the Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft)
A short story by Walter de la Mare , read by Ronald Watkins
de la Mare
with Helen Clare , Jack Cooper ,
Joe Ferrie , The Three Jackdaws from the Dorchester Hotel