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FOR THE SCHOOLS

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Interlude
2.5 British History
The Changing World
6 — ' The Strong Monarchy '
RHODA POWER
' Henry is rich, has established good order in England, and keeps the people in such subjection as has never been the case before.'
This was written about Henry VII by two Spaniards who were in London in 1498. To-day listeners are to hear more of Henry and of his subjects, and how he laid the foundations of a strong monarchy.
2.25 Interlude
2.30 Biology
Living Things : Their Vital Activities
7—' The Problem of Waste '
R. C. GARRY , M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc., Professor of Physiology, University College, Dundee, in the University of St. Andrews
If the ashes are. not raked out, a fire gradually sinks and dies, although the coal is not all burned. Ashes or waste accumulate also in the human body. This talk deals with the manner in which the human body removes waste. Reference will be made to past talks on the digestive canal, on the skin and on breathing, but the emphasis will be laid on the functions of the kidneys, those organs so important for the well-being of the body as a whole.

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Unknown: Henry Vii
Unknown: R. C. Garry

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