Ⓓ from page 65 of ' New Every Morning '
Ⓓ Accidents and Emergencies '
By a Doctor
Music and Movement for
11.20 Interval Music
11.30 Music and Movement for Infants
Ⓓ by Ralph T. Morgan from St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol
with Shirley Lenner
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 Alannah Delias .
' An Indian Prince and his Capital'
WINIFRED HOLMES and ' Sabu ' .
(by permission of London Film Productions)
Joseph Szigeti (violin): Nigun
Madeleine Grey (soprano), accompanied by M. Ravel : Kaddish
(Prayer for the Dead) (Sung in Hebrew) (Ravel)
Suggia (violoncello): Kol Nidrei (Bruch)
Stories from Uncle Remus arranged by JEAN SUTCLIFFE
' Mr. Fox and the Deceitful Frogs '
' Mr. Fox goes a-hunting '
' Mr. Rabbit nibbles up the Butter '
' Mr. Rabbit's Match '
3.5 Interval Music
3.10 Topical Talks and Feature Programmes
' Songs and Stories from Zululand '
William J. Maeleku
This afternoon's broadcaster is a young Zulu at present in this country studying at the Co-Operative College, Manchester. He has an extensive knowledge of Zulu songs and stories and he has composed quite a number of these songs himself. He will sing some of them at the microphone this afternoon and also tell listeners the stories behind the songs. He has already been televised in ' Picture Page ' and is broadcasting in the Northern programme on February 3.
3.30 Ⓓ Interval Music
3.35 Talks for Sixth Forms
© ' Notable Women'—1
3.55 Ⓓ Interval Music
A gramophone biography presented by Reg Holmes
by W. Graeme-Holder
Production by Howard Rose
Yehudi Menuhin (violin)
Hungarian Dance No. 7 (Brahms).
Romance in A, Op. 94, No. 2 (Schumann). Romanza andaluza (Sarasate). La fille aux cheveux de lin (The Girl with Flaxen Hair) (Debussy). Slavonic Dance in G minor (Dvorak)
Serenata napolitana Sgambati
Rondalla aragonesa Granados
A Musical Snuff-Box Lyadov
Summer Serenade..........Roy Douglas
including Weather Forecast
A serial play in ten episodes by J. Jefferson Farjeon
In which three newcomers—two men and a girl—arrive at the empty house. ' Lumme, they was a funny lot ! ' says Ben with Leon M. Lion as ' Ben '
Other characters in order of speaking: (by permission of Godfrey Tearle) (by permission of Stephen Mitchell)
Produced by Leslie Stokes
London's Buskers' Own Show
(St. Martin's Lane Edition)
Written and devised by B. Martin
Compere, Charles Laughton
Many listeners will remember the last broadcast of Kerbside Cabaret at the end of October last year, when Charles Laughton brought to the microphone a number of the street entertainers, or buskers as they are called, whom he met in connection with his film St. Martin's Lane.
It is generally agreed that this broadcast array of kerbside talent was an outstanding success, so tonight Laughton is again bringing to the microphone some of these delightful characters from the London streets. As before, he will introduce them separately and tell little stories about them.
For some ten minutes of the programme Charles Laughton will give an extract or two from St. Martin's
Sonata in B minor, Op. 21
1 Canterellando, con fluidezza. 2 Danza. 3 Ditirambo (Festivamente)
Nocturne in D minor, Op. 16, No. 1 played by Frederick Grinke (violin)
Kendall Taylor (pianoforte)
A Black-Faced Minstrel Show
Devised and produced by Harry S. Pepper
Bones, Tambourines, Corner Men, Crack Banjo Team, Stump Speech, Old and New Melodies Cast Scott and Whaley, Ike Hatch, C. Denier Warren, Arthur Finn The Kentucky Banjo Team: Dick Pepper, Edward Fairs, Bernard Sheaff At the BBC Theatre Organ, Sandy Macpherson The BBC Variety Orchestra and the Male Voice Chorus conducted by Leslie Woodgate Music arranged by Doris Arnold and orchestrated by Wally Wallond Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren The Kentucky Minstrels will broadcast again tomorrow (Regional, 4.0)
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
' Even Steeplejacks get Windy '
Arthur Taylor , the Yorkshire steeple-jack who will give No, 3 in this series tonight, was up a 200-foot chimney when the top flew off. In falling it knocked the scaffolding such a blow that Taylor was catapulted into the air and alighted sprawling on what was left of the chimney.
This is one of the hair-raising episodes which will be told by one who will colour his narration with typical Yorkshire humour
Concert performance of 'ARLECCHINO '
A theatrical Capriccio in one act. Words and music by Ferruccio Busoni (English version by Edward J.
First episode, Arlecchino as Rogue
Second episode, Arlecchino as Warrior
Third episode, Arlecchino as Husband
Fourth episode, Arlecchino Victorious
The scene is laid in Bergamo in the eighteenth century
Presentation by Stephen Thomas
The BBC Orchestra (Section D), leader Paul Beard , conducted by Clarence Raybould
Ser Matteo del Sarto, a tailor:
Leandro, a knight:
van Der Gucht
Colombina, wife of Arlecchino:
with Wendy Claire