★ from page 61 of 'New Every Morning'
* for Farmers and Shipping
★ Music and Movement for
11.20 * Interval Music
11.30 Music and Movement ★ for Infants
by Dom Gregory Murray from Downside Abbey
(by permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.) with Eve Becke
★ Talks by Visitors from the Dominions and Colonies
★ Under the direction of Johan Heck from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
A recital by Lena Wood (viola) and Doris Watkins (pianoforte)
★ Travel Talks
' At Hong Kong and Canton '
* by Wilfred Miles (tenor)
★ Junior English
' The Three Golden Hairs of Grandfather Allknow '
A play adapted by JEAN SUTCLIFFE from the story in ' Folk Tales of All Nations'
3.5 Interval Music
3.10 Feature Programmes and ★ Topical Talks
Helping the Farmer
' The Food of Animals '
A feature from Scotland describing the work done at the Rowett Institute, Aberdeen, where research is made into animal nutrition
An important concern of the farmer is the feeding of his animals, and in modern times special research institutes such as the Rowett Institute near Aberdeen have been set up to discover the best diets for farm animals.
This programme will discuss some of the achievements of these special institutes of agricultural research, and describe how, through experiments on the diet of animals, important discoveries in connection with human diet have also been made.
3.30 * Interval Music
★' The Changing Background to
Foreign Affairs '
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE , K.C.S.I.
at the Organ of the Granada,
* A story of a journey across America in a car, told by Ronald Wild, and illustrated by gramophone records
★ by James Parish
(6y permission of Reandco)
Scene: A room in an empty house
Production by John Richmond
When a woman, principal character in this unusual play, finds herself alone in a deserted house ' just off Piccadilly ' for the purpose of laying the ghost of a somewhat wearisome old lady, she little guessed what would befall her.
The setting of the play is eerie— a dark room, the solitary watcher, and a dusty, uncurtained window through which filters the light from a street lamp some yards down the road.
When the watcher is joined in her vigil by a mysterious philosophising stranger she shows resolute calm. As for the ghost of the old lady, well, like all good ghosts it must be left to the climax.
Artur and Karl Ulrich Schnabel :
Military March in D, Op. 51, No. I (Schubert)
Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robertson :
Slavonic Dance No. 15 (Dvorak)
Vitya Vronsky and Victor Babin :
Suite No. 2, for two pianos, Op. 17 (Rachmaninoff)-1 Introduction. 2 Waltz. 3 Romance. 4 Tarantelle
sung by Edward Reach (tenor)
There is a lady sweet and kind Once and no more
'Tis true I never was in love
I did but look and love awhile
I saw thee weep After
Loveliest maiden, jewel rare (Maid
Such loveliness Marian)
Fairest of maidens, anan cruel time
Time and Tide Soul's Desire
Had I the voice of Morven
Dawn shall over Lethe break
Colin Macleod Campbell , who is well known as a composer of light and tuneful orchestral suites, some of which are broadcast from time to time, has composed numerous songs. The programme to be heard this afternoon consists of several of Campbell's best songs, such as ' There is a lady sweet and kind' and ' I did but look and love awhile ', which show his keen poetic feeling and simple harmonic and fluent melodic styles. His light romantic opera Maid Marian , the libretto of which is founded on the adventures of Robin Hood , has not yet been heard on the stage, but a special concert version was given at one of Mrs. Ralli's Sunday Concerts at the Hyde Park Hotel last October.
Campbell has written another opera, Thais and Talmaae, an early work in one act which was broadcast in January, 1937, and was first produced by the Royal Carl Rosa Opera Company in Manchester in 1921.
including Weather Forecast
Presented by Bruce Belfrage
Fred Marshall , M.P.
at the Organ of the Trocadero
Cinema, Elephant and Castle Trocadero Sing Scng
Sonata No. 2, in E minor, Op. 36a Langsam-A tempo, un poco andante
-Poco con moto, assai deciso-Tempo I-Presto-Andante con moto (Variations on the Bach Choral, Wie wohl ist mir, 0 Freund, der Seelen) (It is well with my Soul) played by Albert Sammons (violin)
William Murdoch (pianoforte)
Devised by Rion Voigt
Tonight a lucky few picked from the audience in St. George's Hall will be given a chance to ' strut their little hour upon the stage '
Incidental music by Sandy Macpher son at the BBC Theatre Organ
Produced by Vernon Harris
Presented by Van Phillips with Jimmy Hayter
Maurice Den ham
The Men about Town
Van Phillips and his two
Orchestrations by Van Phillips and Alf Ralston
Produced by Vernon Harris
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The World's Professional
A commentary during the final heat, by Willie Smith , from Thurston's
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Leader, Frank Cantell
Conductor, Charles Shadwell in a programme of Novelty Numbers and Solo Pieces with Dick Bentley
Compère. Bryan Michie
with Pat Taylor
Hughie Diamond from the London Casino
From Rossini's Opera
La Cenerentola (Cinderella)
The Milan Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lorenzo Molajoli : Overture
Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano) and Vincenzo Bettoni (bass): Signore, un parbla (A Word with you, Sir) (Act I)
Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano) Aria and Rondo (Finale, Act 2)
including Weather Forecast