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FISHER, Before and After the Great War : A Hundred Years Ago '
IT is rather comforting, when we are feeling the strain of post-war conditions and struggling with post-war problems, to realize that a hundred years ago our forefathers were still experiencing very similar difficulties as a legacy of the Napoleonic wars. In a series of twelve Talks, of which this is the first, Mrs. Fisher will describe the England of a century ago, and the lessons that we may gain from studying it.

: The Children's Hour

Songs with Choruses by J. R. Castling. 'The Legend of Lady Alisoun and The Golden Bird' (Geoffrey Vickers). 'The Zoo School,' by L.G.M., of the Daily Mail


Bach's 48 Preludes and Fugues
Played through consecutively at this hour daily throughout the month


Special Test conducted by Professor T. H. PEAR (Professor of Psychology, Manchester University)
(S.B. from Manchester)


Conducted By: Professor T. H. Pear


(For Programme see page 121)

: Dance Music

The Savoy Orpheans and The Sylvians from the Savoy Hotel

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