From page 9 of ' New Every Morning '
Music and Movement for Juniors
11.20 A Pianoforte Interlude by CICELY HOYE
11.30 Music and Movement for Infants
Vivian Joseph (violoncello)
Douglas Hawkridge (organ)
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Grinke Trio:
Frederick Grinke (violin) ;
Florence Hooton (violoncello) ;
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
' Summer in the Pampas (Argentina)'
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Feature Programmes and Topical Talks
Shipbuilding on the Clyde'
A visit to a Shipyard
This is a broadcast in the series of Friday Feature Programmes and Topical Talks in which, week by week, aspects of the modern world are explained to listeners.
This week's programme will be an imaginary visit to a shipyard, where a commentator will take the children on a tour of the yard. He will explain the various processes, and listeners will meet, as it were, various people connected with the building of different types of ships on the Clyde, from the time when the raw material is brought from the steel mill until the ship sails on her maiden voyage.
Records made in the shipyard will be played to add reality to the broadcast.
2.50 Interval Music-
2.55 Junior English
Story, ' Francis Brown and Granny's Wonderful Chair'
Devised by JEAN SUTCLIFFE and broadcast by RUTH FIELD
3.15 A talk on 'Next Week's
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
' Foreign Affairs'
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE
by Leonard Hibbs
6. Three Great White Bands
© by A. J. Alan
Jane Buckle , his wife
Mrs. Buckle, Albert's mother
Policeman and firemen
Scene : An empty house in the charge of caretakers
The production by Howard Rose
A. J. Alan is famous as a story-teller, but this afternoon he figures in the programmes as a playwright. This little play, Fire !, was written more than ten years ago. It was first broadcast in November, 1926, and from then until July, 1927, it went the round of the BBC stations. Since 1927, however, it does not seem to have been broadcast at all.
The play tells of the adventures of two young girls-very competent young persons, luckily-who go to look over an empty house and are shown round by a respectable old lady who has only one weakness. All ends happily, but experienced listeners will be on the look-out for the author's characteristic ' twist ' at the end.
Frau Wagner and A. M. Wagner
with Louis Levy and his Symphony
(By arrangement with the Gaumont-British
Picture Corporation, Ltd.) Eve Becke and Gerry Fitzgerald
Orchestral arrangements by Peter Yorke
' Remark and Repartee in Music'
Sir Walford Davies
The Nadia Boulanger
A section of The London Symphony Orchestra
Leader, W. H. Reed
Conducted by Nadia Boulanger
La Dame Blanche (The White
Je n'y puis rien comprendre Scottish Air
Georges Brown , PAUL DERENNE
Dikson, HUGUES CUÉNOD
Jenny, GISÈLE PEYRON
Philemon et Baucis (Gounod)
Du repos voici I'heure
Au bruit des lourds marteaux
Melodrame: Seigneur, notre table est frugale
Ah, si je redevenais belle Que les songes heureux
Baucis, COMTESSE JEAN DE POLIGNAC
Philemon, PAUL DERENNE
Vulcain, JACQUES BASTARD
Jupiter, DODA CONRAD
A Revue-Broadly Speaking devised by Archie Campbell
Sketches, Lyrics and music by various authors and composers
The Cast John Rorke
Tessa Deane Leon Cortez Doreen Costello Fred Gwyn Syd Brigden with Billie Houston and Ronnie Hill
The BBC Revue Chorus and The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Production by Archie Campbell
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Longer Life by Hamilton Hartridge , F.R.S.
Professor Hartridge, Professor of Physiology at St. Bartholomew's Medical College since 1927, will discuss how far the proverbial three score years and ten, usually quoted as man's expectation of life, is really inevitable.
Within the last fifty or hundred years, as a result of scientific research, the chances of men surviving to the age of forty have been increased enormously, but our expectation of life beyond seventy has not increased. Will it ever be possible for science to find means whereby the average length of life may be increased? And what would be the effect of this on our social organisation? Professor Hartridge was Experimental Officer at Kings-north Airship Station (R.A.F.) from 1915 to 1919, and was Lecturer in Special Senses and Senior Demonstrator in Physiology at Cambridge University from 1919 to 1927. He has written a number of scientific works.
at the BBC Theatre Organ ' with Robert Easton (bass)
Olga Haley (mezzo-soprano)
Isabel Gray (pianoforte)
with GENE CROWLEY from the Holborn Restaurant