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: The Children's Hour

' Wise Ariane' a story by MARJORIE Lyon
Songs by CUTHBERT FORD (baritone)
EDA KERSEY (violin)
A Tricky Talk by WILLIAM HUGHES

Contributors

Story By: Marjorie Lyon
Songs By: Cuthbert Ford
Talk By: William Hughes

: The First News

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements

: ' MICHAEL NORTH and RICHARD SPENCER

present
THE RADIO FOLLIES
A Midland Concert Party in a programme of Sense and Nonsense

: Ripe for Development-8

' Tackling the Suburbs '
A discussion between G. M. BOUMPHREY and JOHN CADBURY
A feature of this discussion is that each of the chief speakers will have the opportunity of calling upon an experienced suburban resident (both of them doing social work) to speak in support of his case. Mr. John Cadbury is one of the younger members of the Bournville firm and first broadcast last year on Midland Youth Hostels. He is treasurer of the Birmingham Youth
Hostel Regional group and a member of the National Council of the Association

Contributors

Unknown: G. M. Boumphrey
Unknown: John Cadbury

: A Violin Recital by EDA KERSEY

The process of Stravinsky's musical development has been rather un! common since he began as a Romanticist, encouraged no doubt by the influence of Rimsky-Korsakov, with whom he studied, with a leaning towards realism which gradually dominated his entire outlook, and then finally within the last few years Stravinsky has repudiated all his old aesthetic ideals and become what is known as a neo-classicist, that is to say, he is now solely interested in music as music and not as an illustration of literary ideas or as an expression of emotion. Stravinsky does not believe in being hampered with rules other than those he cares to lay down for himself: dissonance and consonance are merely relative terms to him and, therefore, he will use the most ' advanced ' discord or the most obvious concord, according to the effect he feels to be necessary.
Stravinsky's neo-classical tendency also shows itself in his fondness forr resuscitating old music. We have, fo instance, the Suite on Themes of Giambattista Pergolesi which is particularly interesting because of the way in which Stravinsky treats the tunes of this celebrated and prolific eithtcenthcentury Italian composer.

: News Summary

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