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An Introductory Talk
The Right Honble. GEORGE LANSBURY,
The object of this series is to provide talks to listeners in Unemployed Clubs, of which there are nearly 2,500 in the country. Many of them are equipped with wireless sets and have eager listeners.
The series will consist of three talks a week-on Monday and Tuesday mornings, and Friday afternoons. Those on Monday will deal with industrial subjects that have a special interest to the unemployed, such as conditions of unemployment in other countries, how affairs abroad affect our own trade, the question of machinery and labour, and so forth.
Tuesday talks will deal more specifically with club activities, while on Friday afternoons John Hilton will give a weekly commentary on current events and affairs in general. These talks are especially for Unemployed Clubs and the B.B.C. hopes that their members will not hesitate to write in with suggestions and criticisms.
Mr. George Lansbury , who is a respected figure in public life, will open the series this morning.
ERNST DEISSMANN, Dr. Jur. : ' Der
Sport in Deutschland'
At The Organ of The Plaza Cinema,
Relayed from The Imperial Hydro Hotel, Blackpool
' The Practice and Science of Gardening '-2
C. H. MIDDLETON : Harvesting and Storing'
EILEEN POWER (Professor of Economic History in the University of London) :
2-' Babylonia and Egypt'
An Orchestral Concert
The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Edward Elgar : Overture, Froissart (Elgar)
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Richard Strauss : Salome's Dance (Salome) (Strauss)
The Royal Opera Orchestra, Covent
Garden, conducted by Albert Coates : Symphonic Suite, Scheherazade, Op. 35 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
' ' Larly Stages in German '
A. H. WINTER
AMINA LUCCHESI (violin)
MARGERY CUNNINGHAM (pianoforte)
Leader, Frank Thomas
Directed by HENRY HALL
Pianoforte Solos by CECIL DIXON Tales of Hatchetty Hollow, No. 3, ' Badger sets up Shop ', by ALAN C. JENKINS , told by BARBARA THE ZOO MAN
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers
Late Tudor Church Music, sung by
It is the aim of this Discussion Group series to examine a number of questions arising out of the complexities of the economic position in the world today. The purport of the series can be summed up in the question : In what does the ' economic problem ' consist ?
Mr. Graham Hutton (Assistant Editor of the Economist) will act as ' 'Editor' throughout. He will introduce the series this evening, and will also come to the microphone at the end of each single talk by the various experts and give a short summary of the important points that have been raised. In this way Mr. Hutton will link up each talk with the preceding and succeeding ones, and to the general theme of the series.
Leaders and members of Discussion
Groups should write for the pamphlet, ' Talks for Discussion Groups, Winter 1934-5 ', obtainable from the B.B.C. Publications Department, price 2d., post free.
An hour of popular music in a new style with HAROLD RAMSAY and his
RHYTHM SYMPHONY and Singers
The first full hour's programme by the new light orchestra which last week completed its opening series of weekly broadcasts ... American dance rhythm ... Viennese waltzes . . . Popular melodies ... coloured with a new style of orchestration
Second General News Bulletin
FREDERICK H. GRISEWOOD
by W. M. Prade
Read by SHEILA BORRETT
SYDNEY KYTE and his BAND
Relayed from the Piccadilly Hotel
Shipping Forecast, on 1,500 m. only, at 11.0