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: ORGAN RECITAL

by HAROLD E. DARKE
Relayed from ST. MICHAEL'S, CORNHILL

: Household Talk: Dr. ENOCH BERNSTEIN, ' The Utility of Fur '

FOR centuries furs have been brought from the snowy wastes of Mongolia and the barren wildernesses of the North to adorn the women of civilized Europe, but it is only recently that scientific research has been undertaken into the diseases due to the wearing of furs. It has been proved that diseases have been imported into England in furs, and investigation into their origin and prevention is now going on. Dr. Bernstein is one .of the scientists engaged on this task, which he will describe"this afternoon.

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Piano Solos by Cecil Dixon. Songs by Rex Palmer. The First Night Out 'from Three Men in a Boat'
(Jerome K. Jerome ). 'The Three Gifts ot the Geni' (Charles Seddon Evans )

: ORGAN RECITAL

by PATTMAN
From the ASTORIA CINEMA

: ORGAN RECITAL

By E. T. COOK
Relayed from Southwark Cathedral
Prelude and Fugue in C Major
Short Fugue in G Minor
(Bach)

: ENGLISH COMIC OPERA

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano); LEONARD GOWINGS (Tenor); THORPE BATES (Baritone)
LEONARD GOWINGS My heart a ship at anchor lies DOROTHY BENNETT
DOROTHY BENNETT Dream o' day Jill
THORPE BATES
If love's content
LEONARD GOWINGS and THORPE BATES Though you may choose DOROTHY BENNETT and THORPE BATES The Land of Make-Believe
DOROTHY BENNETT
Oh, now my heart
LEONARD GOWINGS
The April of my heart

: League of Nations Assembly: Impression of the week at Geneva

THIS is the third, and last, of the series of accounts, prepared by an expert observer on the spot, of the annual Assembly of the League of Nations, which has just been going on at Geneva.

: A GARDEN PROGRAMME

S.B. from Liverpool (London only)
9.35 11.0 WELSH VOCAL MUSIC
S.B. from Cardiff (Daventry only)








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