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: Mr. E. KAY ROBINSON, ' How Things Grow

—Recapitulation and Examination'

: EVENSONG

Relayed from WESTMINSTER ABBEY

: Mr. CRESSWELL GEORGE : ' The Longest Moment in My Life- Hunted by an Elephant'

HUNTING elephants, even in these days of explosive bullets and rifles capable of rotting mastodons over without much trouble, is a dangerous game. When it involves being hunted by elephants it is no joke at all, and that was the experience that Mr. Cresswell George underwent on his last hunting expedition. Unpleasant as it is to have such an adventure oneself, it is great fun to hear about it from somebody else, and Mr. Cresswell George should hold the microphone spellbound this afternoon.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Cresswell George
Unknown: Mr. Cresswell George

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

:
Part Songs by the Chelsea Singers. The Story of ' Dump's Lode Stono ' (Mabel Marlowe). ' Too Good at ono Thing,' Zoo Chat with a mora), by Leslie G. Mainland

: TIME SIGNAL, GREENWHICTH ;

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST
GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: Girl Guides' Programme :

Guide Company Evening, arranged by. Mr. G. M. EVANS , District Commissioner for Brixton

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. M. Evans

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

THE SONATAS OF BEETHOVEN

: Prof. LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE, Victorian Poetry-Doubt and Experiment.' S.B. from Leeds

WITH this talk the Professor of English
Literature in the University of Leeds concludes his series on Victorian poetry. It is well to be reminded that ' Victorianism' was by no means solely characterized by the complacency and self-assurance for which it has become a synonym, and that, especially at the end of the period, many of its representative thinkers were struggling towards a new conception of the truth. Now that the first wave of the reaction against Victorianism has spent itself, we can admit that in that endless struggle they acquitted themselves well.

: ORGAN RECITAL

By REGINALD FOORT
Relayed from the NEW GALLERY KINEMA

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Foort

: CHAMBER . MUSIC

THE CHARLES WOODHOUSE STRING QUARTET; CHARLES WOODHOUSE (1st Violin); HERBERT KINSEY (2nd Violin); ERNEST YONGE (Viola);
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT ('Cello)

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Woodhouse
Violin: Herbert Kinsey
Violin: Ernest Yonge
Cello: Ambrose Gauntlett








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