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Regional Variations (2)
Earache and Deafness by a Doctor
Music and Movement for Juniors
by CICELY HOYE
© Janet Howe (contralto)
Aileen Bransden (organ)
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Birmingham Philharmonic
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conducted by Julius Harrison
' Earthquakes and Peaches in Chile '
Listeners will remember John Candia 's talk on the Great Hunting Ground a few weeks ago, for it brought from listeners a rousing welcome. He followed it up with talks on ' Summer in the Pampas' and ' In the Southern Andes '. Today he is to describe an ordinary train journey that he took from Santiago to Valparaiso, and an actual earthquake that he experienced.
Mr. Candia is a partner in a big fruit-broking businfss in the City and lived for many years in Chile, to which he often goes back. He will speak at first hand of the fruit-growing industry ; of the ranch people ; and the Indians. And he will relate a common occurrence in a restaurant in Valdivia, which, if it took place in this country, would create a sensation.
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Feature Programmes and Topical Talks
' Thanksgiving Day'
Yesterday was Thanksgiving Day in the United States of America. Why many Americans ate Turkey
2.50 Interval Music
2.55 Junior English
Programme devised by JEAN SUTCLIFFE and broadcast by RUTH FIELD
3.15 A talk on ' Next Week's Broadcast Music'
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
© ' On Being Objective '
A Medical Psychologist
by Leonard Hibbs
8—' Louis Armstrong '
' The Story of Southwark
A pageant of the history of the Church of St. Mary Overy, by London Bridge, from its foundation to its inauguration
Compiled by D. F. Aitken
Produced by John Richmond
In this dramatic feature listeners will hear about the history of the Church of St. Mary Overy, by London Bridge, and about legends concerning it that fill in the gap where history is lost. They will hear how it is said it came by its name ; about fires and marriages ; accidents and desecrations ; and disaster causing three thousand deaths. Again and again it was threatened, stricken, but survived. The Priory Church of St. Mary Overy became in due course the Parish Church of St. Saviour, and then, after the passing of centuries and only 32 years ago, the Cathedral Church of the new diocese of Southwark.
Regional Variations (2)
by Harold Child (baritone)
[Programme continued overleaf
including Weather Forecast
played by Dave Frost and his Band
(Arrangements by Roy Martin )
Vocalists, Les Arthur and Judy Shirley
Production by Douglas Moodie
Remark and Repartee in Music
Sir Walford Davies
in songs at the piano
Ord Hamilton has been broadcasting since 1927, and is one of the leading British composers of light music. He wrote the lyrics and music for three West-End successes, Why Not Tonight Nine o'clock Revue, and Chariot's How Do You Do?, and the lyrics and music for eight films, including Gay Love, Death At Broadcasting House, and Gertrude Lawrence 's first film, Aren't We All! Among his many song-hits are ' You're . blase ' and 'When evening comes', which he will be broadcasting tonight.
Ord Hamilton recently fixed up his first big residential engagement, and made his debut four nights ago at Le Trianon with 'the Trianon Twentieth-Century Dance Band, consisting of eight instrumentalists besides himself.
A Black-Faced Minstrel Show
Devised and produced by Harry S. Pepper
Bones, Tambourines, Corner Men, Crack Banjo Team , Stump Speech,
Old and New Melodies
Scott and Whaley, Ike Hatch ,
C. Denier Warren , James Carew
The Kentucky Banjo Team :
Dick Pepper , Edward Fairs ,
At the pianos, Harry S. Pepper and Doris Arnold
At the BBC Theatre Organ,
The BBC Variety Orchestra and the BBC Male Voice Chorus conducted by Charles Shadwell
Orchestral arrangements by Wally Wallond
Music arranged by Doris Arnold
Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren
The Kerttucky Minstrels will broadcast again in the Regional programme tomorrow at 4.0
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
H. L. Beales , Reader in Economic
History in the University of London
G. L. D. de Vere, W.E.A. Tutor
R. T. Evans. Economic Adviser
G. H. Jones , Secretary of the Midland Miners' Federation
This is the second broadcast in this new series, and it will deal with the history of coal: showing what happened when it was first discovered in the eighteenth century ; how development took place ; how landlords reacted ; and how labour was recruited. It will give a bird's-eye view tracing coal as a nerve-centre in the development of industrial Britain in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and will show .how the great industries of railways, shipping, and so forth grew up dependent on the mining of coal, and how coal thus led to Great Britain's supremacy and control of the seas.
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Theopil Wendt
Redvers Llewellyn (baritone)
Theopil Wendt was conductor of the Capetown Symphony Orchestra from 1914 to 1925, and subsequently the Musical Director of the Broadcasting Station at Johannesburg. He has also conducted the People's Symphony Orchestra at Boston, U.S.A., and in 1930 was engaged to conduct at the summer season of the Newport Casino Symphony Orchestra, New York.
with BILLY NICHOLLS
BERYL DAVIS and THE ROMANIACS from the Palais de Danse,