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FOR THE SCHOOLS

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Ⓓ Travel Talk
The Swing of the Seasons
In the Footsteps of Livingstone
2—The Zambesi and Afterwards
ELIZABETH STEVENSON
2.25 © Interval Music
2.30 Feature Programme and @ Topical Talk
The Pennines
A picture of life on both sides of the Pennines
2.50 @ Interval Music
2.55 Junior English
@ A Poetry Programme
For the first time this term poetry is to take the place of prose, and teachers especially may like to know the poems that are to be broadcast: ' Love the Baby' by James Elroy Flecker ; ' The Bells of Heaven ' by Ralph Hodgson ; ' Milk for the Cat' (a vivid description of a cat drinking its fill and then going to sleep) by Harold Monro ; ' Jenny Wren ' (pointing out how queer it is that the smallest bird of all has such a large voice) by W. H. Davies ; ' Pibroch of Donuil Dhu ' (ballad of a Scottish chieftain) by Sir Walter Scott ; and Mrs. Kamschatka's ' Washing Day ', a humorous rhymed story, by E. J. Coning. It is of interest that this last is taken from Aunt Judy 's Magazine, one of the earliest of children's magazines.
3.15 A talk on next week's Ⓓ broadcast music
SCOTT GODDARD
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
@ World Affairs
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE , K.C.S.I.
These talks bring Sixth Forms into contact with acknowledged authorities on a number of different subjects. Broadcasts are being given this term on World Affairs, National Movements in Literature, and Problems of Democracy.
Today Sir Frederick Whyte will deal with some aspect of foreign or Imperial affairs which is topical just now. Sir Frederick was President of the Legislative Assembly of India from 1920 to 1925. Last year he gave ten talks to Sixth Forms on Foreign Affairs. He gave a talk this term on World Affairs on January 28 and he is to give yet another on April 1.
3.55 Interval

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Stevenson
Unknown: James Elroy
Unknown: Ralph Hodgson
Unknown: Harold Monro
Unknown: Jenny Wren
Unknown: W. H. Davies
Unknown: Donuil Dhu
Unknown: Sir Walter Scott
Story By: E. J. Coning.
Unknown: Aunt Judy
Unknown: Scott Goddard
Unknown: Sir Frederick Whyte
Unknown: Sir Frederick Whyte

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