La Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Cop polá: La Peri (Dukas)
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stokowski:. Fête--Dieu a Seville (Corpus Christi at Seville) (Albeniz, arr. Stokowski)
A story for most ages
MAC will continue to read
' Peter Duck' (No. 8), by ARTHUR RANSOME
5.20 'Fancie's Child'
A programme for the birthday of William Shakespeare , arranged by ERIC DAVIS
5.45 ' Here and There '
News and World Affairs presented for Children by STEPHEN KING-HALL
A Happy Holiday Show
Lyrics and Sketches by Clarkson Rose
Special music written and arranged by Conrad Leonard
Additional items by various authors and composers
The Four Clarkson Rosebuds
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
Produced by Clarkson Rose
' Twinkle' will be broadcast again in the National programme tomorrow afternoon at 3.0
The Right Hon. Lord Hewart of Bury, Lord Chief Justice, proposes the toast of ' England ' from the Connaught Rooms
Listeners will hear the Lord Chief Justice of England propose the toast of ' England ' at the annual banquet of the Royal Society of St. George. This annual celebration of England's patron saint is marked by picturesque pageantrv: 'the roast beef of old England ' is carried in ceremoniously, preceded by drums and fife, with a Guard of Honour, drawn from either the Grenadier or Coldstream Guards, in full dress uniform.
Thibaud (violin), Cortot (pianoforte) : Sonata for violin and pianoforte (Debussy)-l Allegro vivo. 2 Fantastique et leger. 3 Finale: Tres anime
Cortot (pianoforte) : Preludes
(Book I) (Debussy)-No. 2 Voiles (Veils). No. 4 Les sons et les parfums tournent dans I'air du soir (Sounds and perfumes mingle in the evening air)
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