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Interlude
2.5 World History
Ⓓ The Angles and Saxons '
HUGH ROSS WILLIAMSON
2.25 Interval Music
2.30 Biology in the Service of Man ' How Food is kept Fresh '
H. MUNRO Fox , F.R.S.
(From Midland)
2.50 Ⓓ Interlude
3.0 Concerts for Schools
Ⓓ ' Instruments of the Orchestra '
GLASGOW CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL
UNION
THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
Conductor, GEORG SZELL from the St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Ross Williamson
Unknown:
H. Munro Fox
Conductor:
Georg Szell

from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms xli, xlii, xliii Lesstm, Isaiah xxii, 1 to 14
Magnificat (Noble in B minor) Lesson, I Peter ii, 11 to iii, 7
Nunc Dimittis (Noble in B minor)
Anthem, Thou Judge of quick and dead (S. S. Wesley)
Thou Judge of quick and dead Before Whose bar severe,
With holy joy, or guilty dread, We all shall soon appear.
Do Thou our souls prepare For that tremendous day,
And rill us now with watchful care, And teach our hearts to pray.
0 may we thus insure A lot among the blest
And watch a moment to secure
An everlasting rest. (C. Wesley)
Hymn, God that madest earth and heaven (E.H. 268)

Contributors

Unknown:
Thou Judge
Unknown:
Thou Judge

Directed by Franz Wasner in Madrigals and Folk Songs.
The Trapp Singers are all members of one family, consisting of the leader, Captain Georg von Trapp (an ex-officer in the Austrian Navy), his wife, five daughters, and two sons. Before they turned professional, they were in the habit of singing together for their own amusement during the long winter evenings. Finally, they entered a folk-song competition at Salzburg and carried off the first prize, and they then decided to turn professional. They specialise in sixteenth and seventeenth-century unaccompanied part-songs and in German and Tyrolese folk songs.

Contributors

Directed By:
Franz Wasner
Leader:
Captain Georg von Trapp

W. S. Mansfield
This is Smithfield week, when all the farming community make what excuse they can' to visit London. This evening Mr. Mansfield will come from the Show to tell us his impressions and to speak about the beef situation generally. He hopes to bring with him one of the successful showmen to tell us how it is done.

Contributors

Unknown:
W. S. Mansfield

Extracts from Sheridan's 'The School for Scandal' the second play in John Gielgud 's season, now running at the Queen's Theatre
The play produced by Tyrone Guthrie , and arranged for broadcasting by Bruce Belfrage.

Contributors

Stage direction:
John Gielgud
Producer:
Tyrone Guthrie
Arranged for broadcasting by:
Bruce Belfrage
Lady Teazle:
Peggy Ashcroft
Sir Peter Teazle:
Leon Quartermaine
Mrs Candour:
Athene Seyler
Lady Sneerwell:
Dorothy Green
Sir Oliver Surface:
Frederick Lloyd
Charles Surface:
Michael Redgrave
Sir Benjamin Backbite:
Glen Byam Shaw
Maria:
Rachel Kempson
Cractree:
George Howe
Joseph Surface:
John Gielgud

A New Radio Pot-Pourri by Julius Buerger
Big Ben-Old street cries-Vauxhall Gardens-Victorian Ballroom-The Band-Stand — Edwardian Musical Comedy — Music-Hall — Jazz — Big
Ben
The presentation by Henrik Ege
Lorely Dyer (soprano) Gwen Catley (soprano)
Derek Oldham (tenor)
John Rorke (baritone)
Bertha Wilmott
Sam Costa
The Radio Three
Reginald Foort at the BBC Theatre Organ
The BBC Chorus, Section C
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
' Themes of London' will be broadcast again in the Regional programme on Friday at 9.0

Contributors

Unknown:
Julius Buerger
Presentation By:
Henrik Ege
Soprano:
Lorely Dyer
Soprano:
Gwen Catley
Tenor:
Derek Oldham
Baritone:
John Rorke
Baritone:
Bertha Wilmott
Unknown:
Reginald Foort
Conducted By:
Stanford Robinson

Season 1937-8
Eighth Concert from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Natan Milstein (violin)
The BBC
Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Malcolm Sargent
S
Natan Milstein is a young Russian violinist who was born at Odessa in 1904 and studied first in his native city under Professor Atoliarski, and later in Petrograd under Leopold Auer. In 1925 Milstein left Russia. Forced to abandon his Guadagnini, he arrived in Berlin without a violin, without money, without connections. It was only a short time, however, before a guarantor appeared for a debut concert, a patron with a Stradivarius for him to play on. Milstein's first Berlin appearance definitely established him as one of the first talents of the new generation. From Germany he went to France and afterwards toured the whole of Europe and America with great success.

Contributors

Violin:
Natan Milstein
Conducted By:
Malcolm Sargent
Unknown:
Natan Milstein
Unknown:
Leopold Auer.

A Sevres collection by Austin Dobson with Tarver Penner
Sheila Borrett
J. Hubert Leslie
Deirdre Doyle
Arthur Pusey
Evelyn Neilsen
The Three Graces
Music specially written by Jack Beaver
The Orchestra conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Douglas Moodie

Contributors

Unknown:
Austin Dobson
Unknown:
Tarver Penner
Unknown:
Sheila Borrett
Unknown:
J. Hubert Leslie
Unknown:
Deirdre Doyle
Unknown:
Arthur Pusey
Unknown:
Evelyn Neilsen
Written By:
Jack Beaver
Conducted By:
Mark H. Lubbock
Produced By:
Douglas Moodie

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About National Programme

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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