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: Royal Institution Lecture

The Royal Institution lectures are a feature of the children's Christmas holidays. This year they are about ships. G.I. Taylor, F.R.S., is giving the series this year. This afternoon he will explain, with actual experiments, why ships roll in a rough sea.

Contributors

Presenter: G.I. Taylor

: Animals All!

Mary, the Ape, Joe Arthur and his Goose, Gilmore's White Poodle and his Cat, Tarzan, the Human Ape, Claud Zola's Horse

These animals are not claimed to be the finest specimens of their kind. It is certain, however, that no Zoo possesses a more extraordinary collection. Viewers with a leaning towards natural history will be interested to note a strange divergence from type in these familiar animals.

: Programme Summary; followed by: Nancy Logan

in songs at the pianoforte

Nancy Logan is a very versatile person indeed. She has appeared in several radio shows, including The January Revue, and, in Empire programmes, she has written several numbers for and played in successful shows such as Each Hour Every Day and Trunk Call.
Her latest achievement is the writing of the musical score for The Melody That Got Lost, to be produced on Boxing Day at the Embassy Theatre, with herself at the piano, and Victoria Hopper and Esmond Knight playing leads. And not content with being a composer and a pianist, she had a part in Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies at the Vaudeville. Last summer she further showed her versatility with a broadcast of a classical piano recital.

Contributors

Singer/pianist: Nancy Logan

: Animals All!

Mary, the Ape, Joe Arthur and his Goose, Gilmore's White Poodle and his Cat, Tarzan, the Human Ape, Claud Zola's Horse

: Starlight: Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon (The Hollywood Film Stars)

Once again this famous American film couple-they are husband and wife-come before the camera. At the end of last month Bobs Daniels further enhanced her reputation as a radio personality when she played the part of Katherine de Vaucelles in The Vagabond King.

Contributors

Performer: Bebe Daniels
Performer: Ben Lyon








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