from page 61 of ' New Every Morning'
* for Farmers and Shipping
'Adjusting Your Point of View'
The Rev. Dorothy Wilson
Music and Movement for
* by W. H. Whitehall from the Town Hall, Manchester
with Dan Donovan
' June Midday'
Jack Hughes-Parry and George King
Under the direction of Johan Hock
from Queen's College Chambers Lecture Hall, Birmingham
A pianoforte recital by Phyllis Sellick
* Travel Talks
The Orient: 'Children of Japan
A. M. CHIRGWIN
Herbert Janssen (baritone)
Der Musikant (The Minstrel)
(Wolf). Der Wegweiser (The SignPost) (Die Winterreise-The Winter Journey) (Schubert). Allerseelen (All Souls' Day) (Richard Strauss ). Die beiden Grenadiere (The Two Grenadiers) (Schumann). Der Freund (Friendship) (Wolf)
A play about the Merrow, another strange creature from Irish tales, arranged for broadcasting by Jean Sutcliffe
' Canada '—a programme describing life and work in the Dominion
The Changing Background to Foreign Affairs '
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE , K.C.S.I.
for farmers and their sons and daughters
A team of farmers, one from each county in the West, oppose a team of their own sons, or daughters, in a competition of questions about agricultural facts and processes
Interrogator, A. W. Ling
(A recording of the broadcast in the Western programme yesterday)
Gramophone records of familiar instrumental pieces that have been transformed into songs
Presented by Herbert C. Ridout
Conductor, P. S. G. O'Donnell
P. S. G.
including Weather Forecast
at the Organ of the Regal Cinema, Edmonton
Ronald Cartland , M.P.
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Frank Bridge
'There is a Willow'
Frank Bridge's impression for small orchestra, ' There is a Willow', is based on the Queen's tale of Oohelia's death. Many listeners will remember the lines:-
There with fantastic garlands did she come.
Of crow-flowers, nettles, daisies, and long purples. and when the willow broke, and she
... fell in the weeping brook, her clothes spread wide.
And, mermaid-like, awhile they bore her up ;
What time she chanted snatches of old tunes until her heavy garments pull'd her down to death. But vividly as the few phrases can bring a picture of the tragedy before us-poignant and tender in its sorrow—Bridge's music is not to be taken as illustrating it line by line ; it is just a reflection of its.mood.
Dvorak's Fourth Symphony
When he was invited to conduct at a concert of the London Phil harmonic Society in 1890, Dvorak brought with him the score and parts of a new symphony, which was exceedingly well received. This was the Fourth Symphony (Op. 88, in G), one of his most delightful works, brim-full of lovely melody and scored with. those transparent orchestral colours that infallibly proclaim the hand of Dvorak.
No other composer has ever come so near to Schubert's ' linked sweetness long drawn out ', and this symphony is one of the most Schubertian of all his works.
The social life of the hen in which listeners may meet:
Mrs. Buff Orpington
The Plymouth Rock
The Game Cockerel
The Spring Chicken and other barnyard celebrities
Written by Robert Kemp
Produced by John Cheatle
by Henry Cummings (baritone)
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
played by Jacques Fevrier
Leader, Tate Gilder
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
with Pat Taylor
Hughie Diamond from the London Casino
Herbert Dawson (organ): Sonatl.
No. 2 in B flat (Elgar)—1 Toccata. 2 Fugue. 3 Cadenza and Coda
G. D. Cunningham (organ):
including Weather Forecast