★ from page 53 of 'New Every Morning'
* for Farmers and Shipping
★ by Denise Lassimonne
* French for Sixth Forms
Quelques Français a Londres interviewes par M. STEPHAN
★ at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Renee Barr (soprano)
Eric Shrimpton (electric guitar)
Peter Valerio (accordion)
Robert Keys (pianoforte) from the Continental Restaurant,
Bournemouth (Soloist, ERIC SHRIMPTON> ) (Soloist, PETER VALERIO> ) (Soloist, ROBERT KEYS> )
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Idris Daniels (baritone)
* World History
' The Modem World'
★ Biology in the Service of Man
' Other Worlds'
H. MUNRO Fox , F.R.S.
(Professor of Zoology in the Univerr sity of Birmingham)
* A portrait of the inventor of the Abernethy biscuit, by Alicia Ramsey and Rudolph de Cordova
Cast in o:der of appearance
Television programme, produced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
Dr Richard Linton:
Colonel the Hon Frederic Hamilton:
Miss Julia Jervaise-Danvers:
The Rev. Nicodemus Athanasius Ignatius Brown:
Beckwith (by Permission Of Nonnan Marshall)
H R H the Prince of Wales:
* in her own character sketches
★ from- St. Paul's Cathedral
Eve of St. Peter's Day
Order of Service
Psalms cxxxvi-cxxxviii Lesson, Ezekiel ii, 1-7
Magnificat (Marchant in C) Lesson, Acts iii
Nunc Dimittis (Marchant in C)
Anthem, Thou art Peter (Palestrina)
Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church ; the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give to thee the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven.
(words, St. Matthew xvi, 18, 19)
Hymn, Three in one and one in three
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An account of today's play, by F. H. Grisewood , from the Centre Court,
including Weather Forecast
A fortnightly programme of current events in the world of science
The BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Henry Cummings (baritone)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
There is a tavern in the town
The Tarpaulin Jacket
Little brown jug
Vilikins and his Dinah
Early one morning
(All arranged by Leslie Woodgate)
F. H. Grisewood brings to the microphone people in the news, people talking about the news, interesting visitors to England, and Lord Elton in his weekly talk, ' Since last
Leader, Paul Beard Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Bantock's comedy overture. 'The Pierrot of the Minute ', was inspired by a dramatic fantasy by Ernest Dowson. Pierrot, obeying a mysterious message, falls asleep in the park at the Petite Trianon. A Moon Maiden, from the Temple of Love, bends down and kisses him and Pierrot awakes to throw himself at her feet in rapt devotion, though she warns him that her kisses are fatal. The reckless Pierrot demands perfect bliss, though at the cost of life, and together they laugh and jest until daybreak summons the Moon Maiden back to her own realm.
Pierrot falls asleep again, awakening to realise that his dream was but the illusion of a minute.
Vaughan Williams's London' Symphony is actually a musical impression of London just before the war began, but it is equally descriptive of the great city as it is today. The first movement is thought to be descriptive of morning in the city ; the Westminster chimes are heard. The slow second movement is based largely on the plaintive melody which introduces it.
The third movement is called a Scherzo, but that is by no means its feeling ; ' Nocturne ' is a better title, for it is an impression of London by night, and even though the tempo is brisk, the music strikes a note of sadness and mystery. The fourth movement is full of bustling energy with a preponderating and majestic march tune. Later, after the chimes have been heard again, a solemn epilogue brings the symphony to a close.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
with music under the direction of Victor Ray
(From New York)
Probably the best-known broadcaster in America and certainly one of the most popular American radio figures over here, Alexander Woollcott can be relied upon to do full justice to that versatile genius and melody-maker, Irving Berlin.
Many listeners will remember
Woollcott's Boxing Day broadcast on Stephen Foster , composer of ' Swanee River'. His talk tonight will be similar In form, and will encompass both the work of Irving Berlin and the man himself. The broadcast will be illustrated by examples of Berlin's melodies, and you may certainly expect to find yourself humming.
See the article on page 6
Conductor, P. S. O. O'Donnell
P. S. O.
with Beryl Davis
Billy Nicholls Harry Davit Garry Gowan
The Romaniacs from the Palais de Danse,
Vtar emste Gesange (Four Serious
Songs), Op. 121 (Brahms)
Alexander Kipnis (bass)
Denn es gehet dem Menschen (For
Man must Perish). Ich wandte mich und aah* (I turned and saw the evil that was done). 0 Tod, 0 Tod wie bitter bist du (0 Death, How Bitter Thou Art). Wenn ich mlt Menschen (Though I speak with the Voice of Men or Angels)