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: Mrs. CHRISTINE FREDERICK : Making a Business of Housekeeping

LABOUR-SAVING in the household is in fashion these days, and Mrs. Frederick is a real expert on the subject. She runs her own house as a Household Experiment Station, and there she tests out new ideas before propagating them in public. As Household Editor of the Ladies' Home Journal-a home magazine with one of the biggest circulations in the United States-she did much to introduce the methods of industrial efficiency into household work, and English housewives who want to get an idea of modern American domestic technique will have their chance when she broadcasts this afternoon.

: Dr. Percy Spielmann: The Scientific Man and the Public

The relations of the man of science with the public are usually mysterious, and when they are not, they are frequently controversial. Dr. Spielmann is an indubitable scientist - an expert particularly on the coal tar and petroleum industries - and, as a high official of the Ministry of Munitions during the war, and of a highways construction company since, he has had enough active contact with affairs to give him every right to speak on this subject tonight.

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. Percy Spielmann

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Mozart

: 'MID NORTHERN MISTS

S.B. from Cardiff
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: VARIETY

THE FOUR HARMONY KINGS in Syncopation
ELSPETH DOUGLAS-REID
Character Studies
CLAPHAM and DWYER.
Entertainers

: DANCE MUSIC

LEON VAN STRATEN'S RIVIERA CLUB DANCE BAND from the Riviera Club








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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