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: ' Village Life in Other Lands '—IV, Dame HEN-BIETTA BARNETT, 'France'

IN this series of talks describing the rural life of other countries than our own, listeners have already heard about Jugo-Slavia, Hungary, and the United States. This afternoon Dame Henrietta Barnett, who is well known for her activities in ahnost every branch of social service, will talk about the village life of France.

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

:
Songs by Dora Labbette (who makes her first visit to the Children's Hour).
A Dialogue on 'Bird Photography and How to Do It' (Reginald Gaze). An Adventure Story: Long Tooth's Treasure' {Colin Stuart)

: Ministry of Health Talk: Dr. T. CARNWATH, D.S.O., ' How to Avoid Infection '

WE all want to take precautions against infection, but what precautions to take it is often difficult to know. It is here that Dr. Carnwath-who is a Medical Officer nt the Ministry of Health, and Lecturer on Public Health at St. Thomas's Hospital-can help.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Beethoven

: Dr. H. CRICHTON-MILLER, 'Development of Mind and Character-Brothers, Sisters and Friends '

THIS is the fourth of this important series of talks. Dr. Crichton-Miller is a distinguished psychologist, with much experience of psychotherapeutic work and the treatment of functional nerve cases, and he is the author of ' The New Psychology and the Teacher,' and ' The New Psychology and the Parent '
A special booklet on ' The Development of Mind and Character,' containing synopses of the talks, questions for discussion and suggestions for further study, may be obtained by sending 1 1/2 d. in stamps to [address removed]

: CHAMBER MUSIC

SARAH FISCHER (Soprano) ; GORDON WALKER (Flute) ; H. WYNN REEVES (Violin) ;
ALFRED HOBDAY (Viola)

Contributors

Soprano: Sarah Fischer
Soprano: Gordon Walker
Flute: H. Wynn Reeves
Violin: Alfred Hobday

: 'THE SONG OF ELDINORE'

An Operetta in One Act
Words by STANLEY C. WEST
Music by PHILIP CATHIE
Characters :
THE WIRELESS CHORUS (Chorus Master : STANFORD ROBINSON) and ORCHESTRA, conducted by PHILIP CATHIE

Contributors

Music By: Philip Cathie
Unknown: Philip Cathie
Ludriz (A Bard): Heddle Nash (tenor)
Arquilot (Royal Gardener): John Collett (baritone)
Wilmot (Royal Gardener): Samuel Dyson (bass-Baritone)
Princess Marcina: Dorothy Bennett (soprano)
Monica (A Handmaiden): Veronica Mansfield (mezzo)
Jessica: Elsie Wynn (contralto)
The King: Topliss Green (baritone)
Prince Jolm: Norman Williams (bass)
Prince George: Sydney Granville (light Baritone)
Prince Felix: Robert Bruce (alto)

: MUSICAL COMEDY

DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano) TOPLISS GREEN (Baritone) THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by PHILIP CATHIE

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bennett
Baritone: Topliss Green
Conducted By: Philip Cathie








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