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: ORGAN RECITAL by EDGAR T. COOK

(Organist of Southwark Cathedral)
Soloist-PHILIP WARDE
Relayed from Southwark Cathedral

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS : Mr. PHILIP GRAVES, 'The Holy Land'

THIS is the third of a weekly series of Travel
Talks at this time, in the first of which
Mr. H. G. Ponting described the South Pole, and in the second Mrs. Mansfield spoke of North-West Spain. Now Mr. Graves will tell of the Holy Land as it is to-day-still. even apart from its tremendous associations, one of the most romantic, wild, and fascinating of the countries of the Near East.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. H. G. Ponting

: Prof. G. ELLIOT SMITH, The Movements of Living Creatures '

rpHIS is the third of Professor Elliot Smith 's
-*- Talks, and this week he will deal with the development of muscles as a means of movement, and what the cultivation of their skill has entailed, especially in the growth of the nervous system and the development of mind. He will start with the amœba. the most primitive of living creatures, which has no muscles nor any constant shape, but moves by the streaming of its substance. Drawings of the amoeba, and of the next stage in evolution, the medusa, which moves by the contraction of its muscles, appear on this page.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Elliot Smith

: The R.A.C. DANCE BAND.

from the Royal Automobile Club

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

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

: VARIETY

WISH WYNNE (Comedienne)
Tom CLARE (Entertainer at the Piano) WILL KINGS (Entertainer)
BILLY MILTON and MABEL MARKS in Syncopation

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Clare
Unknown: Billy Milton

: 'CELLO RECITAL

bv
BEATRICE EVELINE

Contributors

Unknown: Beatrice Eveline

: DEBATE

STAGE v. SCREEN
In the Chair : Mr. CHARLES LAPWORTH

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Charles Lapworth
Screen: Miss Iris Barry
Stage: Mr. Ashley Dukes








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