by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma.
4-The Last Phase
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Jawaharlal Nehru. Earl Mountbatten of Burma. H. S. Suhra wardy, C. Rajagopalachari , P. C. Ghosh. B. C. Roy , Acharya Kripalani. Chaman Lal , G. D. Birla , Raja Hutheesingh. Zakir Husain , Pyarelal Nayar , A. S. Ray , N. K. Bose , B. Chandiwala. K. Shridharani , Sudhir Ghosh. Devadas Gandhi , Indira Gandhi , Padmaja Naidu , Sushila Nayar , Rajkumari Amrit Kaur , Miraben (Miss Slade), Eric da Costa , Maurice Frydman , Louis Fischer , Horace Alexander , Ian Stephens , and Robert Stimson
Production by Maurice Brown
The Balance of Nature
Next Saturday in the Third Programme: The first of a series of weekly talks on the application of ecological principles, ‘Ecology—a New Outlook,' will be given by E. M. Nicholson , C.B., Director-General of the Nature Conservancy
Burma. H. S.
('The Merry Wives of Windsor')
Comic opera in three acts
Libretto by H. S. Mosenthal from Shakespeare's comedy
Music by Nicolai (sung in German)
Burghers of Windsor: Roland Neumann
, Karl Kralert , Walther Muller , and Alfred Scherhaufer
Bregenz Festival Chorus
Vienna Symphony Orchestra
CONDUCTED BY FRITZ FAUN
(Continued in next column)
The action takes place in Windsor at the beginning of the seventeenth century
Scene 1: A street in Windsor
Scene 2: A room in Ford's house
Sir John Falstaff:
Burghers of Windsor:Herr Fluth (Ford):
Burghers of Windsor:Herr Reich(Page):
Junker Sparlich (Slender):
Frau Fluth (Mistress Ford):
Frau Reich (Mistress Page):
Anna Reich (Anne Page):
The Present Economic Development of the Sahara by Frangois Duchene
Correspondent of the Economist
Scene 1: The parlour of the Garter Inn Scene 2: The garden of Page's house Scene 3: A room in Ford's house
Three talks on ecology by Charles S. Elton , F.R.S.
Director of the Bureau of Animal Population, University of Oxford
3-The Conservation of Variety
The speaker suggests that deliberate conservation of the variety of species offers the best basis for co-existence between man and nature.
Elton , F.R.S.
Scene 1: A room in Page's house Scene 2: Windsor Forest
A story of literary censorship by Robert Baldick
Flaubert's novel first appeared in serial form in the Revue de Paris between October and December 1856. On January 31, 1857, his trial began for offences against public and religious morality.
Maxime du Camp:
Ernest Pinard, Imperial Advocate:
Jules Senard, Defence Counsel:
Ten Easy Pieces (1908):
Peasant song; Frustration; Slovakian boys' dance; Sostenuto; Evening with the Szeklers; Hungarian folk song; Dawn; Folk song; Five-finger exercise; Bear dance
Allegro barbaro played by Andor Foldes (piano) on gramophone records