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THE WIRELESS LADIES' CHORUS
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
A Programme of Songs suitable for use in Women's Institutes and similar organizations
Mr. JOSEPH LEWIS, whose long experience in amateur choral work is well known, will givo comments on the various items to be sung
Four-part Canon, Summer is i-cumen in (13th Century) ................arr. W. U. Whittaker (1876- — ) Rounds from Pammelia (1609)
Ravenncroft (c. 1590-c. 1633)
Unison, Fain would I change that Note
Hume ( ? -1645)
Unison, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Bach (1685-1750)
Unison, Praised be the Lord...Greene (1695-1755) Two-part, Shepherd, Shepherd Purcell (1658-1695) Two-part, Song of the Nights... Parry (1848-1918) Unison, Tune thy Music
Herbert Houells (1892- — )
Two-part, Song of the Shadows
Armstrong Gibbs (1889- -
(A similar programme will be broadcast at the same time on Thursday, March 17)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Joseph Lewis
Unknown:
Herbert Houells

Sir ARTHUR SALTER , K.C.B.: How Transport and Telegrams have Transformed the World ' mHIS new series forms Part IV of the Thursday review of the Modem State. Its purpose is to show how the actual life of the world is becoming international in every sphere of human activity-and, by necessary consequence, in the methods and problems of government. Sir Arthur Sailer , who gives the first of his six talks this evening, is a distinguished expert on international affairs, and on transport problems, and has been closely connected with the League of Nations. He will be remembered by listeners for his talk in the autumn in the series, ' What I would do with the World.' In this first talk he is to describe how methods of transport and of transmitting news have made the world much more of an international unity than it used to be. A hundred years ago most people lived under circumstances which were hardly affected by events a hundred miles away. Today the great bulk of us depend upon markets and a credit system which is at once, in a few minutes, affected by events all over the world.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Arthur Salter
Unknown:
Arthur Sailer

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National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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