The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Leo Blech : Air gai and lento (Orphée—Ballet) ; Musette (Armide-Ballet) (Gluck, arr. Mottl)
The Orchestra of the Scala, Milan, conducted by Carlo Sabajno : Dance of the Slave Girls (A'ida) (Verdi)
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Rabaud : Marouf, Part 4 (Rabaud)
The Paris Opera House Orchestra, conducted by Henri Busser : Variations du miroir ; Danse de Phryne (Faust) (Gounod)
The London Symphony Orchestra, with Chorus, conducted by Albert Coates : Ballet Music (Prince Igor) (Borodin)
Another story by Alison Uttley for the younger ones
' How Tim Rabbit Kept Bees '
5.15 MAC will continue the story of ' Peter Duck ' (No. 14) by ARTHUR RANSOME
This will be followed by a short programme of gramophone records
5.45 ' Here and There ' a summary of the week's news by STEPHEN KING-HALL
Organised by the British Broadcasting Corporation from Queen's Hall, London
(Sale Lessees, Messrs. Chappelland Co., Ltd.)
Leader, PAUL BEARD
Conducted by ARTURO TOSCANINI
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