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: THE CHILDREN'S Hour

: Part Songs by the Salisbury Singers. ' The King and the Cook ' (Christine Chaundler). ' Positive Percy,' by E. Le Breton Martin. (This is Number One of a new series of School Stories specially written for the Children's Hour)

: Prof. Arthur Smithells: How it's done - The Manufacture of Gas

Like so many great industries, the manufacture of gas on a large scale is a thrilling and romantic affair. Professor Smithells, who is now Director of the Salters' Institute of Industrial Chemistry, is an expert on the scientific side of the gas industries. He was for many years Professor of Chemistry in the University of Leeds, and he is a past-President of the Society of British Gas Industries.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Beethoven

: Prof. H. H. TURNER, Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites '

AS Savilian Professor of Astronomy at Oxford since 1893, and a Past-President of the Royal Astronomical Society, Professor Turner is a very distinguished figure in the world where they know more about the movements of stars billions of miles away than we do about the bus-routes that we don't happen to travel on every day. This series of talks will conclude on the eve of the total eclipse of the sun on June 29.

: VARIETY

NINA DORIA (Soprano)
(In her latest song creations)
LAWRENCE ANDERSON will entertain
THE RAMBLERS

Contributors

Unknown: Lawrence Anderson

: THE WANDERING JEW

A Play in Four Phases by E. TEMPLE THURSTON
(For full details fee pajc 431.)
THE Author of The
Wandering Jew, the famous play which is being broadcast tonight. Mr. Temple Thurston, has written many other successful books and plays. Amongst the best known of his novels are 'The City of Beautiful Nonsense,' ' The Greatest Wish in the World.' 'Enchantment,' and Charmeuse,' and he has also published two volumes of verse.








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