from page 53 of ' New Every Morning '
Recollections of an Essex village by C. A. Hawkes
Causerie—' Les Fleuves de France'
JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and YVONNE
11.20 Interval Music
11.25 Senior Geography Man and Nature
' What the Rain does-Soil Erosion '
C. D. FORDE , Ph.D.
with Harry Porter (tenor)
Ⓓ A programme of tunes in quick succession with Anna Meakin
George Allsopp and James Moody
(From Northern Ireland)
Ⓓ by Sara Stein
Ballade in G minor, Op. 23 Chopin When she plays Beethoven's Sonata
Pathetique in this programme Sara Stein will be repeating the performance with which she won her scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music.
Sara Stein started studying the piano when seven years old, and by the time she was eight had won several important awards. Eighteen months later she played a Hummel Concerto with Sir Henry Wood at Queen's Hall, and next played with him exactly ten years later during the Prom season of 1936. Sara Stein is related to
Shula Doniach , well-known broadcasting pianist.
Round the Countryside
' How we take care of the wild birds '
C. C. GADDUM
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 British History
Ⓓ Sir Philip Sidney '
(' the Elizabethan Ideal of Manhood')
by Thomas Hardy , read by V. C.
5-' The Tranter's Party ', continued
(West of England)
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo violin, Telmanyi from the Pavilion, Bournemouth (Soloist, TELMANYI>)
Ⓓ ' Children III and Well'
By a Medical Psychologist
Composed by Robert Jackson and sung by Dale Smith (baritone)
When Drowsy Daylight
Come whoam to the childer an' me What ails thee my son Robin ? Th' Sweetheart Gate Owd Pinder
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conducted by Harold Lowe
including Weather Forecast
' How it strikes me'
Anthony Hurd discusses the problem of British agriculture with a townsman
This evening Anthony Hurd will give the first of a new series of twelve talks in which he will view the agricultural situation, not so much from the point of view of the producer as from that of the salesman and consumer. The people he will bring to the microphone will include a corn merchant, a seed merchant, a country butcher, and a milk distributor, as well as some representative consumers.
In alternate talks he will be alone and will sum up conclusions and discuss the workings of some of the marketing schemes.
It may be remembered that at this time last year Mr. Hurd gave a similar short series in which he introduced at the microphone the chairmen of the various Marketing Boards.
Romanzen aus Tiecks Magelone
(Romances from Tieck's Magelone) sung by George Parker (baritone)
War es dir, dem diese Lippen bebten
('Twas for thee, these lips were burning)
Wir mussen uns trennen (The hour of our parting)
Ruhe, Siissliebchen, im Schatten
(Rest thee, my lady, in shadow)
So tonet denn, schaumende Wellen
(The sea waters roar and surround me)
Wie schnell verschwindet so Licht als Glanz (As fame and power fast fade away)
A short article on this work will be found on page 13
(Section D) Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HAMILTON HARTY
A short article on the Irish ' Symphony will be found on page 12
A programme presented by Reginald Pursglove and his
Orchestra with Virginia Dawn
Isabelle McEwan and Max Oldaker
Compere, Gustave Ferrari
The title of this new short series,. of which this evening's broadcast is the first, is the signature tune of Reginald Pursglove 's Orchestra.
The programmes will be devoted entirely to songs about love, and as these are not hard to find among popular hits both old and new, listeners may look forward to a series of selections in which a good percentage of their favourite tunes will be heard.
Normally Reginald Pursglove's
Orchestra has no vocalist, so they are breaking away from tradition in having three singers for the run of the series.
' Great Britain'
G. F. Hudson
Sir Frederick Whyte , K.C.S I
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
W. R. Spence
from the LEWISHAM HIPPODROME, London
Radio's Chorus Singer
The Millennial Male Voice Choir from Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.
from the Concert Hall,
Theme: Why Worship ? '
Hymns, Holy! holy! holy! Lord God
Almighty (A. and M. 160, w. 1, 3,4)
0 worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (S.P. 93, w. 1-3)
Psalm lxxxiv, vv. 1-4
Reading from a chapter in the book ' Successful Christian Living' (H. E. Fosdick )
The romantic revolutionary
A programme of gramophone records
Presented by Count Alfred Hessenstein
from Voltaire's ' Candide ' by Jacques Copeau
from Chez Henri